11 Gorgeous Emily in Paris Filming Locations You Can Actually Visit
No matter how you feel about Netflix's Emily in Paris, you can't deny the beautiful setting. It's set (and was filmed) in Paris, after all, so how could you not love it at least a little bit? It's the perfect show to binge right now when we're missing traveling, and it serves as inspiration for booking that future trip to the City of Light. And while TV shows are notorious for re-creating cities on sound stages, Emily in Paris really did film at a handful of places that you can visit in real life. From Emily's apartment building (the outside!) to the Savoir offices, keep reading for 11 spots from the Netflix show that you'll instantly recognize (and add to your bucket list ASAP). Warning: these pictures may give you uncontrollable cravings for croissants.
Place de l'Estrapade
Unfortunately, the interior of Emily's apartment was built as a set specifically for the show, but you can visit her apartment building in the Place de l'Estrapade square and take your own selfie outside!
Galerie Patrick Fourtin
Recognize this exterior? Above the Galerie Patrick Fourtin sit the Savoir offices where Emily works. The buildings make a perfect backdrop to show off your chic Parisian style.
Gabriel's restaurant, Les Deux Compères, is actually called Terra Nera, and in real life, it serves Italian food. They changed the awning for the show, but the inside is the same!
Jardin du Palais Royal
Emily meets her new friend Mindy in the Jardin du Palais Royal, which is a beautiful Parisian park. It's also the park where Mindy performs for a small crowd later in the series.
Pont Alexandre III
On the Pont Alexandre III, Emily helps out with a perfume commercial shoot for one of Savoir's clients. The shoot may not go very well, but at least the bridge is pretty!
Rue de l'Abreuvoir
After going out together for drinks, Emily and Mindy stroll down a road that Mindy calls "Ruelle Qui Va Au Bout," or the road that leads to the end. It's actually Rue de l'Abreuvoir, but it's still one of Paris's cutest streets.
When Emily takes a trip to the opera house to see the ballet, she visits the Palais Garnier. Fun fact: the black dress Emily wears to the show is actually a replica of a dress Audrey Hepburn wore in Funny Face.
Le Grand Véfour
Emily tries (and fails) to make a reservation at the stunning restaurant Le Grand Vèfour. But just because she couldn't get a table doesn't mean you can't!
Café de Flore
Cafè de Flore is where Emily meets professor Thomas. Even if you can't travel right now, take a look at its menu and pretend you're right there at a table.
Lulu La Nantaise
Lulu La Nantaise is where Camille, Gabriel, Emily, and Thomas all go on a double date. It serves lunch, dinner, and crepes!
Hôtel Plaza Athènèe
When Emily has to keep a demanding American actress out of trouble, the actress stays at the Hôtel Plaza Athènèe. It's just as fancy as it looks — one night in a single room costs almost $1,000.