30 Emily in Paris Filming Locations You Can Visit in Paris in 2024

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Paris is one of the brightest stars of Emily in Paris and, as the name suggests, has been the prominent filming location for the entire 4 seasons of the show. The city is full to the brim of incredible Emily in Paris filming locations and is a must-visit for any fan.

On some recent visits, we made it our mission to check out as many Emily in Paris filming locations as we could find and have put together a list of our favorite spots in the city. It’s our guide to the best Emily in Paris locations in Paris so you can experience some of Emily’s Parisian magic on your own visit!

WARNING! This Emily in Paris filming guide contains references to specific scenes from Emily in Paris so do exercise caution if you haven’t watched the later seasons and want to avoid spoilers!

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From museums to landmarks and art installations, our list includes 30 of our favorite Emily in Paris filming locations in and around the city. We’ve grouped them together by location so you can easily visit multiple filming locations when you are in an area.

1 | Emily’s Apartment

Location: 1 Place de l’Estrapade

The quaint Place de l’Estrapade is home to some of the most recognizable Emily in Paris filming locations and a number of the buildings around Place de l’Estrapade were used throughout the seasons.

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Place de l’Estrapade

The most recognizable is, of course, Emily’s apartment which is located on the 5th floor of an apartment building on the south side of Place de l’Estrapade.

The entrance to the apartment building is featured in numerous episodes throughout each season and has become a very popular place for visitors to see in the area.

2 | Gabriel’s Restaurant

Location: Place de l’Estrapade

Fans of the show will recognize Terra Nera restaurant which is located a few steps from Emily’s apartment building. The real-life Terra Nera restaurant served as the location for Gabriel’s restaurant, Les Deux Compères, in season one. When Antoine invested in the restaurant in Season 2, it became Chez Lavaux in a nod to his company, Maison Lavaux.

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Terra Nera restaurant

3 | La Boulangerie Moderne

Location: Place de l’Estrapade

The real-life bakery, La Boulangerie Moderne, featured in a number of episodes in Season One when Emily visited to buy pastries. Emily also took a selfie with a French lady outside the bakery in the opening episode of season 1. Make sure to treat yourself to something delicious at this wonderful neighborhood bakery – we love the croissants and pastries!

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La Boulangerie Moderne

4 | Pantheon

Location: Place du Panthéon

A short walk from Place de l’Estrapade is the Pantheon. This is the scene where Emily dumps her Chicago boyfriend while on the phone in season 1 episode 2.

As well as featuring in Emily in Paris, the Pantheon is also a historical masterpiece. Created by Soufflot in the 18th Century, it was originally a church and went on to become the burial place for prominent French figures including Voltaire, Rousseau, and Victor Hugo.

Book your Pantheon skip-the-line tickets now

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5 | Jardin de Luxembourg

Location: Rue de Médicis – Rue de Vaugirard , 75006

Jardin du Luxembourg is one of the most beautiful parks in Paris and was dedicated to the city’s children by Napoleon. The elegant gardens are split into English and French gardens with a forest and pond separating the two.

During Season 1, Episode 2, Emily jogs through Jardin du Luxembourg and stops at one of the statutes in front of Luxembourg Palace to take a photo.

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Jardin du Luxembourg

6 | The Savoir Office Building

Location: Place de Valois

Aside from Emily’s apartment, the most recognizable filming location from the show is probably the Savoir offices where Emily works. The office is located in the small courtyard called Place de Valois which is a short walk from the Louvre.

The office is located next to an art gallery, Galerie Patrick Fourtin, which specializes in 20th-century furniture and Decorative Arts. The building’s facade features heavily in each season of Emily in Paris with the exterior of Galerie Patrick Fourtin appearing regularly.

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Savoir Offices where Emily works

7 | Bistrot Valois

Location: Place de Valois Bistrot Valois

Located just across the courtyard from the Savoir offices is the quaint Bistrot Valois. It was here that Emily realized Brigitte Macron had retweeted her while having lunch with her Savoir colleagues during Season 1.

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Bistrot Valois

8 | Jardin Du Palais Royale

Location: 2 Gal de Montpensier

The Jardin du Palais Royale is a Paris gem and the perfect backdrop for Emily to meet her new best friend, Mindy, in season 1 episode 1. This beautiful garden is open to the public so anyone can visit and take a stroll and relax.

The actual bench where Mindy and Emily sit is located along the treeline and is inscribed with a quote from the French poet and artist, Jean Cocteau. The meaning of the quote ‘Aujourd’hui, c’est demain et hier qui s’épousent‘ is that the present is a marriage of the past and the future.

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Where Emily met Mindy: Jardin Du Palais Royale

9 | Colonnes de Buren

Location: Galerie de la Cour d’Honneur, 2 Rue de Montpensier

Located in the inner courtyard of the Palais Royal, the Colonees de Burren is a permanent art installation made up of 260 black and white striped columns. It was created by French artist Daniel Burren and has created much controversy due to its stark modern contrast against the historic backdrop of Palais Royal.

The Colonnes de Burren made an appearance in Season 1 Episode 5 when Emily and Mindy had a fun Instagram filled evening in Paris.

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Colonnes de Buren

10 | Palais Garnier Opera House

Location: Place de L’Opera, 75009

A masterpiece of 19th-century theater art architecture, the Palais Garnier is one of the most magnificent buildings in Paris and hosts both ballet and opera productions.

Palais Garnier features in Season 1 when Emily attends a production of Swan Lake with Thomas, the aforementioned charming but ultimately pretentious lecturer Emily met at Cafe de Flore. She puts an end to their relationship when he declared that he’d rather spend the time doing anything else.

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Palais Garnier

In Season 2, Emily returns to the venue for a fashion shoot with Julien and Pierre Cadault.

If you want to visit Palais Garnier there are two options: either attend a production or take a guided or self-guided tour of the building.

11 | Le Cafe Marly at The Louvre

Location: 93 Rue de Rivoli, 75001 Paris

Located under the Arcades of the Louvre, Cafe Marly has one of the most stunning views in Paris. It features in Season 2 when Emily has lunch with Sylvie and Camille against the backdrop of the iconic Louvre Pyramid.

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The Louvre

12 | Cafe de Flore

Location: 172 Bd Saint-Germain, 75006 Paris

One of the oldest cafes in Paris, Cafe de Flore was a hangout of writers, artists, and philosophers and continues to attract crowds today.

It is at Cafe de Flore that Emily meets Thomas, a charming (or pretentious!) Professor of semiotics who becomes her first Parisian fling.

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Cafe de Flore

13 | Musee D’Orsay

Location: Esplanade Valéry Giscard d’Estaing

Located in the former Gare d’Orsay, a Beaux-Arts railway station, Musee d’Orsay houses the most extensive Impressionist art collection in the world.

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Musee D’Orsay

In Season 3, Gabriel and Camille meet at Musée d’Orsay and reminisce about their first dates which is followed by an unexpected romantic moment (we don’t want to give too many details and spoil things if you haven’t watched the Episode!)

Book your Musee D’Orsay tickets now

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Musee D’Orsay

14 | Pont Neuf

Location: Pont Neuf, 75001

Constructed in the 17th Century, Pont Neuf is the oldest standing bridge to span the River Seine in Paris.

Pont Neuf was the setting for Emily’s season-ending phone call to determine her future at the end of Season 2. She stood on the bridge and looked out as she made her decision about Paris.

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Emily stood here gazing out from Pont Neuf at the end of Season 2

15 | Fontaine Saint-Michel

Location: Place Saint-Michel

The commanding Fontaine Saint-Michel overlooks the lively Place Saint-Michel and is located just steps from the Seine. Mindy plays in her first performance with her band in front of the fountain in Season 2.

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Fontaine Saint-Michel

16 | Musee de Arts Forains

Location: 53 Avenue des Terroirs de France, 75012 Paris

One of our favorite places in Paris, the Musee de Arts Forains is a private museum that houses some of the most unique and amazing historical carnival and fairground rides and games.

The launch party for the Fourtier watch, where Emily accompanies an American actress wearing one of the watches, is held in the incredible Musee de Arts Forains.

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Musee de Arts Forains

If you wish to visit Musee de Arts Forains (and we highly recommend!) tickets for the museum tours must be purchased in advance from the official website.

Emily in Paris Locations tip: Movie fans will recognise the bicycle-powered merry-go-round at Musee de Art Forains as it featured in the movie, Midnight in Paris.

17 | Pop Air Museum

Location: Parc La Villette (now in NYC)

The Pop Air Museum is a pop-up museum dedicated to inflatable art which exhibited in Parc de la Villette in Paris. We visited during its stay in Paris and it was one of the most fun and playful art exhibitions we’ve ever visited!

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Pop Air Museum

Emily and Gabriel visit the Pop Air Museum in Season 3. They take a ton of selfies with the museum’s incredible Instagrammable artwork and dive into its giant swimming pool ball pit (our highlight too!)

Emily in Paris filming locations tip: the exhibition, now named the Balloon Museum, is currently at 229 South Street in New York.

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Hypercosmo, the giant swimming pool ball pit in Emily in Paris

18 | The Eiffel Tower

Visible from all across the city, the Eiffel Tower is the symbol of Paris and it is no surprise that the city’s most iconic landmark features prominently in Emily in Paris!

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Eiffel Tower

The top of the Eiffel Tower

One of its most memorable appearances is in the opening scenes of Season 3 where Emily dreams about attending a party at the top of the Eiffel Tower.

Visiting the summit of the Eiffel Tower is one of the most popular things to do in Paris so make sure to add this one to your list!

Emily in Paris filming locations: There are two ways to get to the summit of the Eiffel Tower: by elevator or by a mix of elevator and climbing stairs – 674 stairs to the second floor to be precise!

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The view from the top of the Eiffel Tower

Cafe de l’Homme / Trocadero

Location: 17 Place du Trocadéro, 75016

In Season 1, Emily attends one of her first work parties for Maison Lavaux at Cafe de l’Homme, a French Bistro in Trocasdro. She impresses Antoine over a glass of champagne under the backdrop of the Eiffel Tower.

You can dine at Cafe de l’Homme, a Parisian brasserie with magnificent views of the Eiffel Tower, or experience a similar view from the adjacent Trocadero Square.

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The views from Trocadero Square

Le Jules Verne

There are two restaurants in the Eiffel Tower, Madame Brasserie and Le Jules Verne, and both offer wonderful views and a unique experience. The One Michelin Star restaurant Le Jules Verne is located on the second floor with a private elevator leading guests to the restaurant.

Le Jule Verne was the setting for an argument between Emily’s bosses, Madeline and Sylvie, and Sylvie also met with the heir to JVMA, Nicolas, in the restaurant.

Eiffel Tower Carousel

The traditional Eiffel Tower Carousel is charming and it’s magnificent riding under the shadow of the Eiffel Tower.

It is another inclusion from Emily and Mindy’s walk through the city! They chugged champagne as they rode the carousel in Season 1.

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19 | Les Ateliers de Lumieres

Location: 38 Rue Saint-Maur, 75011 Paris, France

Housed in a disused 19th-century foundry factory, Les Ateliers de Lumieres is an immersive digital art museum where exhibitions are projected on the building’s floors and walls.

It’s an incredible museum and we’ve visited many locations including the Parisian location where Emily joins Gabriel, and Camille to experience the Van Gogh exhibition in Season 1.

Book your ticket for Les Ataliers de Lumieres now

Emily in Paris filming locations: the current exhibition, Chagall: Paris – New York, is dedicated to the painter, Marc Chagall. It is a similar experience to the Van Gogh exhibition that featured in Emily in Paris.

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Les Ateliers de Lumieres

20 | I Love You Wall

Location: Square Jehan Rictus, Place des Abbesses, 75018

Featuring the phrase ‘I love you’ in 250 languages, the aptly named ‘I Love You’ Wall featured when Emily and Gabriel strolled through the streets of Montmartre.

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I Love You

21 | La Maison Rose

Location: 2 Rue de l’Abreuvoir, Monmartre

Located in a lovely pink maisonette, La Maison Rose (The Pink House) is a traditional French restaurant in Montmartre. It was once frequented by the likes of Matisse, Picasso, and Van Gogh and continues to draw crowds today.

Emily and Mindy have dinner here on the night Emily deletes her Instagram account to appease her manager, Sylvie in Season 1.

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La Maison Rose

22 | Rue de l’Abreuvoir

Location: Rue de l’Abreuvoir, Montmartre

Rue de l’Abreuvoir is a pituresque cobbled street in the heart of Monmartre. Home to the aforementioned La Maison Rose, it is one of the oldest and prettiest streets in the city and has beautiful views of the Sacre Couer.

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Emily and Mindy stroll along Rue de l’Abreuvoir

23 | Place Dalida

Location: Rue de l’Abreuvoir, Montmartre

Place Dalida is located further down Rue de l’Abreuvoir and is where Emily organized a memorable photo shoot with Hästens to showcase one of its beds.

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The bed was shot on this corner of Place Dalida

24 | Sacre Couer

Location: Rue du Chevalier de la Barre, 75018

The Basilica of the Sacré Coeur is one of the most recognizable buildings in Paris and its vivid white facade is visible from almost every part of the city. Located close to Rue de l’Abreuvoir and La Maison Rose, Emily and Mindy pass the Sacre Coeur as they walk through Paris in the same episode and Emily goes live on Instagram from its steps.

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Sacre Couer

25 | Moulin Rouge

Location: Boulevard de Clichy, 75018

A dazzling and unique cabaret show, Moulin Rogue is a Paris icon.

Moulin Rouge features alongside La Maison Rose, the prettiest street in Paris Rue de l’Abreuvoir, and the Sacre Coeur when Emily and Mindy wander around the city the night Emily temporarily deletes her Instagram.

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Emily and Mindy have fun outside Moulin Rouge

26 | Pont des Arts

Location: Pont des Arts, 75006 Paris

Pont des Arts is a pedestrian bridge that crosses the River Seine and boasts wonderful views.

A few scenes have been filmed on Pont des Arts. It first appears in Season 1 when Emily is talking on the phone to Doug, her then-boyfriend back in Chicago. It also features later in the season when Emily and Sylvie discuss the lack of a venue for Pierre Cadault’s show.

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Pont des Arts (when it was the Love Locks Bridge)

In Season 2, Mindy performed with her band on Pont des Arts during a couple of episodes in Season 2.

Emily in Paris Filming Locations: Pont des Arts was once known as Paris’ Love Lock Bridge. Couples once attached padlocks to the bridge in a declaration of their love. This practice has since been prohibited and all the locks have been removed but the bridge remains popular with visitors to the city.

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The locks have now been removed from Pont des Arts

27 | Pont Alexandre III

Location: Pont Alexandre III, 75008 Paris

Pont Alexandre III, Paris’ most ornate and magnificent bridge, is the setting for the controversial De L’Heure perfume commercial for Maison Lavaux in Season 1. Antoine and Sylvie declared that it was the model’s, Jovanka’s, dream to walk across the bridge naked.

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Pont Alexandre III

28 | Palace at Versailles

Location: Hall of Mirrors

The magnificent former Royal residence of Versailles is located less than 20km outside Paris and is a must-visit when in the city. The spectacular Hall of Mirrors, the estate of Marie Antoinette and the lush manicured gardens are awe-inspiring.

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The Hall of Mirrors stole the show in Season 2 when Emily directed Grégory’s fashion show. The backdrop, the fashion, the music, the choreography, Grégory introducing Pierre Cadult… everything about this episode was fabulous!

Emily in Paris Filming Locations: Versailles is one of the most popular excursions from Paris and millions of visitors make the short journey from the city. Read our full guide on How to get to Versailles from Paris to plan your own day trip.

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The fashion show takes place in the Hall of Mirrors

29 | Père Lachaise Cemetery

Location: Boulevard de Ménilmontant, 75020

Père Lachaise is often hailed as the world’s most visited cemetery. It is the burial ground of many famous faces including Oscar Wilde, James Morrison and Frédéric Chopin.

It appears in Season 2 of Emily in Paris when her colleague, Luc, takes her for a birthday lunch in the cemetery. They sit next to the grave of art critic Honoré de Balzac and artist Eugène Delacroix.

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Père Lachaise

30 | Place des Vosges

Location: Place des Vosges, 75004

Located in Paris’ Marais district, Place des Vosges is the oldest planned square in Paris.

Mindy and her bandmate, Benoît, shared their first kiss during a date in Place des Vosges in Season 2 of Emily in Paris.

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Place des Vosges

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