Last Updated on November 2, 2023 by April Verge
Emily in Paris is a Netflix light-hearted comedy whose season 3 just premiered. The show’s hype is comedy but the real star of the show is Paris, France. You might not be inclined to jump on the bandwagon and start streaming now (or perhaps you do), but you might be visiting the capital sooner. In this blog, discover the best Emily In Paris film locations, we will visit some of the locations from the show.
France, the country of love as many people call it is a sensational place to visit. Paris is one of the most adventurous, beautiful, and fun cities to visit in the country no wonder Emily in Paris hit so hard. For the show’s fans, the filming locations are a dream come true any time one thinks of visiting Paris. Are you an Emily Cooper fan and would love to visit some of the show’s filming locations? Here are the locations to visit next time you’re in Paris.
Atelier des Lumieres
This is for the fans with an eye for art. Emily took her pals to visit a digital exhibition at Atelier des Lumieres. Here, you get an immersive view of Vincent van Gogh’s work. It incorporates a 35-minute light and sound show with more than 2000 moving pictures. Emily (Lily Collins) who was skeptical about visiting the place loved the whole experience afterwards.
It’s one of the most memorable locations in the series. Emily Cooper hot foots to the ballet rocking a gorgeous black dress and sky-high heels together with highbrow Thomas. She’s however disappointed when she discovers he’s a snob. Emily is however on a mission and she ends up giving him the finger and winning a fashion client. Palais Garnier is a gorgeous filming location that will surely look amazing on your ‘gram.
Café de Flore
Get to eat and dine then slay with selfies at one of the most famous cafes in Paris. Café de Flore is an Art Deco beauty which is also a gathering spot for artists in the city. Located at the corner of boulevard Saint-Germain, you can sit and enjoy a philosophy debate here and get to meet artists such as Picasso and Simone de Beauvoir.
Le Maison Rose
French people have a thing for good food. Maybe it’s because they believe that food is the way to a man’s heart? Le Maison Rose is an exquisite pink-walled, green-shuttered little corner restaurant. Emily and Mindy eat here at a table on the pavement making any American who moves to Paris want to visit the restaurant. The small restaurant is famous for fresh, seasonal food like cheesecake with seasonal fruits and salmon in garlic saffron aioli. The restaurant is great for this Netflix show lovers and it’s an amazing find for food, ambiance, and setting.
Netflix gave the show’s fans a sensation as Emily in Paris’s season two picks up where season one left. Emily is running around Paris trying to take her mind off someone. To do this she goes for a trip with Mathieu South of France. They head to St Tropez but these scenes in reality are filmed in a serene fishing town an hour and a half east of St Tropez, Villefranche-sur-Mer.
Les Deux Compères – Terra Nera
Emily Cooper tries to get a table at the Le Grand Vefour in vain. She thinks quickly and her chef neighbor Gabriel comes to mind. He agrees to open his restaurant late hours for an exquisite dinner. In the series, the restaurant is called Les Deux Comperes but in reality, it is an Italian bistro called Terra Nera. Here, you get to enjoy a meal and feel yourself immersed in the series but in real life.
Bateau Le Paris
If you are keen on Emily cooper, she does know how to throw quite the party. In the series, her smile widens as she gazes at her partner’s cheeky laugh. Bateau Le Paris is referenced several times in “Englishman in Paris”. It is a famous tourist’s attraction overlooking the “Iron Lady” Eiffel Tower. Here, you get to enjoy the flyboats also known as the sight-seeing boats and is one of the most popular tourist attractions in the area.
Musée des Arts Forains
This is a private funfair museum within Pavilions de Bercy, in the 12th arrondissement of Paris. In season one episode seven, Emily Cooper attends a party held at the museum. The museum was created by Jean Paul Favand in 1996 and it features different objects from the 19th to 20th century. These include amusement rides, merry-go-rounds, restored attractions, swings and carousels.
In season two of this Netflix series, Lily Collins and other stars of the show are seen rocking in holiday attire in this French hotspot. The popular town is located in the Provence-Alpes-Cote d’Azur region on the French Riviera. It’s a popular destination for tourists amazing for its tranquil sights and a cool breeze from all sides.
Pont Alexandre III
None of the millions of fans can forget this amazing scene. It’s one of the numerous famous bridges located in Paris. Here, Savior’s latest perfume advert is filmed in the Netflix show. Emily is behind the scenes of this commercial together with her colleagues sitting in collapsible chairs on the bridge. This is where the model walks naked and it makes a good spot to enjoy different views of the city and take amazing pictures to show off your Emily in Paris moments on social media.
This is another on-screen real location of this Netflix show to visit. In the show, it’s called Bellville super club. From the exterior shots for the venue, its suggested that Mindy and her band close season 2 playing at a real-life restaurant outside Paris. The space might be real but the performance scenes in the famous “French Revolution” are filmed at Shangri-La Paris near Trocadero Gardens.
Above are some of the amazing places from Emily in Paris film locations you can visit if you’re a fan of Lily Collins and the other stars. These are only a handful of the interesting and amazing places from the show. There are other numerous places from the show one can visit and enjoy their stay in Paris. Going home, you get a bunch of Emily in Paris scenes’ pictures to boast with all season.
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