Normandy tourism is not geared towards shopping, but
there are still some cities that offer good options for
those who want to spend a few euros, especially when it
comes to regional products related to gastronomy. Prices
are compatible with Paris, and the variety of stores is
much smaller. There is no big city considered a
commercial hub. The biggest variety of shops is Le
Havre, Caen and Rouen. In the three cities, it will be
easy to find supermarkets and streets with varied and
busy commerce, typical of larger cities.
forte is gastronomy. Get ready to resist the temptation
of each new market for regional products. The most
popular delicacies in the region are calvados, ciders,
cheeses and sausages. However, they are not the only
ones. It will be difficult to resist so many French
delicacies. At some point during the trip, you will fall
so much in love with artisan breads that you will be
able to smuggle some baguettes and pates. Be aware of
the rules of the Federal Revenue so as not to run the
risk of having your product retained when you return to
Brazil. If you forgot to shop while traveling, Paris
freeshop offers a good range of gastronomic products.
When visiting a city, find out about the days of the
regional market. In them are the best offers and unique
products, delicious things hardly found in Brazil. Enjoy
eating as much as you can. The highlights for those
looking for gastronomic shopping are Honfleur,
Deauville, Livarot, Camembert, Étretat and the entire
Calvados region. If you are interested in retro style items, just visit
InternetAges where you can find vintage men's hats.
Those who are specifically interested in the world of
fashion must visit Deauville. The city, known for
receiving a demanding and well-heeled public, offers
haute couture stores and major luxury brands, all
located in beautiful and charming houses. A delight for
those who like the subject and can open their wallet.
Honfleur is also able to please those who like more
exclusive pieces. The port city offers alternative
brands found only there. Excellent to invest in a unique
look. Honfleur is also a good option to acquire art and
design pieces. The city is full of studios, where
artists produce and sell their works under the scenarios
that inspired great names, such as Monet. Anyone who is
passionate about the Impressionist world will surely go
crazy in the Giverny shops. There are no limits to the
application of Monet's screens.
Another strong point of Normandy is the souvenirs. It
may seem strange, but incredible things are sold in
souvenir shops. At Mont Saint-Michel, it is possible to
buy from salted caramels to medieval swords and armor.
On D-Day beaches, souvenirs range from commemorative
beers to objects that belonged to soldiers in combat.
Money is the limit! You will be able to leave
Arromanches with a simple Zippo or a beautiful uniform
of the allied army. Don't underestimate the most crowded
stores. In them are the best finds related to the Second