hi is it worthy to visit this mall for shopping ,prices r reduced
Sorry, which mall?
This is the same railway line as Paris Disneyland (RER line A) which you can get-onto from Chatelet or Gare De Lyon (and probably other metro stations also)
We went quite a few years ago and although there was plenty of shops (especially clothes shops) I don't know that the prices were all that different to a normal high street.
If it was me, I would rather look-around the central Paris shops than spend time travelling out of city to here. (Paris has so much to see and do that I do not consider shopping a priority)
But - there is certainly a large range of shopping in Marne La Vallee if that is your interest.
Take the RER train and get off at Chessey-Marne la Vallée station. It's the Disneyland stop. As far as prices, if you normally buy those name brands at full price, you might save a little, but if you are normally a careful shopper, you probably won't see any great savings. Personally, I don't go to Paris for shopping because there is so much else to do and all that stuff can be bought online these days. If you are looking for Paris souvenirs, you would probably find something more meaningful in town. If you are looking for inexpensive luxury goods, you'd be better off checking resale stores in town (second hand stores).
If shopping is your only interest in Paris, well, La Vallee Village in Paris is the place to be.
The price is already deducted from the original price, and they have many brands and the mall is open 7 days a week
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