Where is Netflix's "Emily in Paris" Filmed?

Tamara Fuentes
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Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix
Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix

From Seventeen

Let's be honest here, you're probably wishing you could book a flight to Paris right this second after bingewatching Emily in Paris. Although traveling right now might not be an option, that doesn't mean you can't start planning for the future. Aside from figuring out all the cute outfits you'd bring, you also need to find out which of the many Parisian sights you would check out on your trip. If you're a big Emily in Paris fan who is already counting down until the second season, then you definitely want to go to all of the places they filmed. Luckily, we got you covered with all the hot spots. From the building where Savoir's office is located to the park where Mindy and Emily first met, get ready to create the ultimate Paris trip.

*Major spoilers for season 1 of Emily in Paris below!*

Here is everything you need to know about where Emily in Paris was filmed.

Emily's Apartment

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Photo credit: ROGER DO MINH - Netflix

According to Atlas of Wonders, Emily's apartment is located at 1 Place de l'Estrapade in the 5th arrondissement's Latin Quarter.

Gabriel's Restaurant

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Photo credit: Netflix

Yes, Gabriel's restaurant is actually real and you should totally visit it for a bite to eat. IRL it's an Italian restaurant called Terra Nera. It's also only a block away from the location of Emily and Gabriel's apartment.

Savoir Offices

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Photo credit: Netflix

The offices of Savoir are located right next door a real antique store, Galerie Patrick Fourtin, which is located at the Place de Valois.

The Park Where Emily Meets Mindy

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Photo credit: Netflix

Hoping to find your own Paris BFF at a park? Try the Jardin du Palais Royal which is only a block away from the Savoir offices.

The Van Gogh Exhibit

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Photo credit: STEPHANIE BRANCHU - Netflix

If you're hoping to experience Starry Night the same way Emily, Gabriel, and Camille did on the show, you won't have to go to book a trip to Paris. On the show, the characters went to The Atelier des Lumières to check out the breathtaking exhibit, which was removed in January 2020. However, if you're in the US, the special event will be coming to the Indianapolis Museum of Art at Newfields starting June 2021.

The Bed Pop-Up

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Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix

Mindy and Emily ended up hitting plenty of Parisian hotspots, but the one that helped Emily get her Instagram account back was a cute little street called Rue de l'Abreuvoir.

The Eiffel Tower

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Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix

Along with the Rue de l'Abreuvoir, Mindy and Emily also went to visit the Eiffel Tower and posed for some fun pics.

The Ballet

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Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix

Want to catch a show while in the city? Dress to the nines and head over the Palais Garnier opera house.

The Bridge

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Photo credit: Netflix

The Pont Alexandre III is a popular hot spot and a common place for film and commercial shoots, so you might bump into someone big when you stop by.

Camille's Family Champagnerie

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Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix

According to OprahMag.com, the Emily in Paris cast headed three hours away from Paris to Château de Sonnay for the character's trip to meet Camille's family.

Emily's Breakup Phone Call

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Photo credit: Netflix

While we'll never understand why Emily's BF didn't want to head off to Paris to visit her, Emily was actually in front of the iconic Panthéon.

Pierre's Fashion Show

Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix
Photo credit: CAROLE BETHUEL - Netflix

Pierre probably had the best show on all of Paris Fashion Week thanks to Emily's help and it was even better thanks to it's big location: La Monnaie de Paris.

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