Love is in the air with Valentine’s Day on the horizon, so appropriately we’re in a Paris frame of mind. And whether or not you like the show, Netflix’s Emily in Paris will make anyone long for the city of lights. These are our favorite Emily locations, plus a few extras of our own choosing. Like New York in Sex and the City, the ville of Paris is one of the show’s most important characters. In the early 2000s, there were the Sex and the City tours. Today, these are the favorite locations from Emily in Paris, to put on the list.
Jardin du Palais Royal
The perfectly manicured garden where Emily and Mindy meet is the ideal place for a scenic afternoon. The Jardin du Palais Royal is a welcome escape after enduring the crowds at the Louvre. Luckily, these two must-visit Parisian sites are only about a four-minute walk apart. Find a moment of serenity, meditate, read a book, or fall in love. There’s magic in the air here.
This is one of the locations from Emily in Paris where the crew shot the famous party scene. It’s certainly an ideal spot for a celebration. Bateaux Mouches is the go-to company for a river cruise on the Seine. On the website, you can buy tickets for champagne cruises, brunch cruises, and more. If you’re looking for a reason to see the sights and get boozy, look no further.
Grand Hotel du Cap-Ferrat
In Season 2 of locations from Emily in Paris, the cast and crew filmed in a favorite Four Season’s hotel, the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat, near Nice on the Mediterranean coast. The hotel is currently closed, but it’s a must-visit after it reopens in early March of 2022. With lavish gardens and lovely sea views, this place is the epitome of elegance. As seen in the show, you can visit the hotel’s popular restaurant, Club Dauphin, which is notorious for its Aperol Spritzes.
La Boulangerie Moderne
This bakery has reportedly gained in popularity since appearing in Emily in Paris. Still, Thierry Rabineau’s spot remains something of a hidden gem, so grabbing a pastry here will make you feel like a local. The reviews by Parisians are stellar, which is why you should put it on your bucket list. Also, the adorable micro-terrace is a super spot to enjoy the sights and sounds of Paris. It’s one of the insider locations from Emily in Paris.
Rue de l’Abreuvoir
In le quartier des Grandes-Carrières is a street called Rue de l’Abreuvoir, noted as one of the prettiest in Paris. You can look for several jewels, including Montmartre’s La Maison Rose. If you want to feel like you are in a pre-war French film, we suggest you take a stroll down Rue de l’Abreuvoir’s cobbled streets. Additionally, from this street it’s only a short distance to Le Clos de Montmartre, a hidden vineyard.