Since it is set in the magical city of Paris, it is impossible not to be impressed by all the places that the TV series for Emily in Paris shows during episodes. For this reason, we decided to create a list of some of the main places, locations, and even restaurants and cafes, which we found. We all know the Eiffel Tower, the Arc de Triomphe, and the Moulin Rouge. But many others are really special. Who knows, maybe this article could be useful for a future trip to the romantic French capital.
Place de l’Estrapade
In the first episode of Emily in Paris, we are shown many places, including the street where the protagonist’s apartment is located. This is Place de l’Estrapade , located in the fifth arrondissement of the city, between the Quartier du Val-de-Grace and the Sorbonne.
You probably won’t be able to visit Emily’s house, but you can still walk around the square. The place also takes its name from an ancient method of torture inflicted on deserting soldiers during the eighteenth century.
Place de Valois
Another of the places of Emily in Paris we recommend is the Place de Valois. The Savoir office, where the protagonist works, overlooks this square in the TV series. The square takes its name from Louis-Philippe of Valois. If you are interested in visiting it, you should know that it is located east of Palais-Royal.
Pont des Arts
In the first episode of Emily in Paris, we are also shown the suggestive Pont des Arts. It is a bridge in Paris that crosses the Seine between the Institut de France and the Cour Carree of the Louvre. The protagonist crosses him while talking on the phone with her boyfriend. The bridge is famous for being a place where lovers insert love locks and because there are often painters who sell their works.
The Boulangerie Moderne
During your trip to Paris, you will surely be hungry. What better place to have a snack than La Boulangerie Moderne? You can taste the typical pain au chocolat that the protagonist also eats. Remember Emily’s happy expression after trying it? You can find it at Rue des Fosses Saint-Jacques.
Jardin du Palais-Royal
After a day of work, Emily often goes to relax in Jardin du Palais-Royal with her friend Mindy. This is a vast square located just in front of the Palais Royal. It is also surrounded by four galleries: the Galerie de Montpensier, the Galerie de Beaujolais, the Galerie de Valois and the Galerie du Jardin. It is the perfect place to stop and chat with a few friends.