5 locations of Emily in Paris that you can visit in real life

5 locations of Emily in Paris that you can visit in real life
Emily in Paris

The plot of Emily in Paris, a hit on Netflix, takes place in the beautiful City of Light. As the series is set in Paris, the fact that the protagonist walks through some of the most iconic places in the French capital is not exactly a surprise. But did you know that Emily’s fans can visit several real-life locations from the series?

The Netflix series brings, once again, Lily Collins (Mirror, Mirror) in the lead role. The cast also features Kate Walsh (Grey’s Anatomy), Lucien Laviscount (Scream Queens), and Lucas Bravo (Mrs. Harris Goes to Paris) in the main cast.

We have listed below 5 scenarios of Emily in Paris that Netflix subscribers can visit in real life; check out.

1.Ponte Alexandre III

Paris is a city full of sumptuous bridges, and among them, the Pont Alexandre III stands out for its undeniable beauty. In the plot of Emily in Paris, the scenario appears when Savoir – the company where the protagonist works – films a commercial for perfume.

2. Palácio Garnier

In Emily in Paris, the titular protagonist bets on a look inspired by Audrey Hepburn to attend a presentation of Swan Lake at the famous Garnier Palace. You can do the same, as visitation is also open to tourists.

One of the best-known opera houses in Paris, the Garnier Palace opened in the 19th century.

3. Saint-Martin channel

In Emily in Paris, the protagonist is joined by the charming (but brief) suitor Thomas on a double date with Gabriel and Camille. The two couples take a romantic stroll along the Canal de Saint-Martin.

4. Panthéon

The Panthéon, located in the famous Latin Quarter of Paris, is the resting place of some of the most famous figures in French history, such as the writer Victor Hugo, the thinkers Voltaire and Rousseau, and the scientists Marie and Pierre Curie.

5. The Pink House

The French restaurant La Maison Rose, where Emily and Mindy dine in Emily’s Season 1 in Paris, is famous for its pink and green architecture. Due to its distinctive aesthetic, the bistro is one of the most “instagrammable” settings in the French capital.

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