Paris is a city that evokes romance and love. And the good news is that you don’t even need to travel to Paris yourself just to see the wonders of the city of light. With Netflix’s Emily in Paris, it wouldn’t take you much time to explore this lovely destination.
Here are 10 ‘Emily in Paris‘ locations that you can actually visit in real life:
1. L’Atelier des Lumières
The avant-garde museum L’Atelier des Lumières is popular for its immersive digital exhibitions. This is definitely one of the museums worthy to add to your must-visit list, even more so if you are a big fan of artists like Van Gogh.
2. Café de Flore
One of the city’s most popular cafes, Café de Flore is the Art Deco beauty where Emily sips wine and watches people with Thomas, her intellectual love interest. This café is set right at the corner of Boulevard Saint-Germain. This was also a favorite gathering spot during the 30s and 40s for writers and artists including the likes of Simone de Beauvoir and Picasso.
This location might not be in Paris, yet this is the only place in the whole world where you can find true champagne. This gorgeous region just northeast of Paris is filled with vineyards such as Tattinger, Ruinart, Veuve, Mumm, and more.
4. Jardin Du Palais Royal
Jardin Du Palais Royal is not only a perfect spot for a sumptuous lunch with a great view because it also boasts historical importance.
5. Le Grand Véfour and Lulu La Nantaise
Lulu La Nantaise is a famous creperie a short distance away from Quai Jemappes while Le Grand Véfour is an upscale two-Michelin-starred restaurant that Emily tried bluffing her way into.
6. Place de l’Estrapade
Place de l’Estrapade nestled in the fifth arrondissement of Paris is a tiny hidden square just near the Pantheon. You can find a charming fountain on the square as well as Boulangerie Moderne, a local bakery also featured on the show.
7. Pont Alexandre III
Pont Alexandre III is sandwiched between the 8th and 7th arrondissements and is dubbed the prettiest bridge in France.
8. Pont Des Arts
Many of you are probably familiar with this popular lock bridge where many lovers pledge themselves to one another using padlocks.
9. Rue de l’Abreuvoir
Rue de l’Abreuvoir is the prettiest street in Paris located at Grandes-Carrières close to Montmartre Cemetery on the 11th and near La Maison Rose where Emily and Mindy had a drink.
The second season of Emily in Paris picked up just where the first season left off with Emily running around Paris hoping to forget someone. To do so, she went on a trip to the South of France, heading to St. Tropez. However, these scenes were actually mostly filmed in Villefranche-sur-Mer, a tranquil fishing town that is 1 hour and 30 minutes east of St. Tropez.
Follow the tracks of Emily by visiting some or even all of these lovely destinations!
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