26 Emily in Paris Filming Locations From Season 2 You Can Visit in Real Life
It only makes sense for Netflix’s Emily in Paris to be filmed in Paris, which means the backdrops on all of the scenes are truly stunning. Season two of the show, which dropped on Netflix on Dec. 22, features even more beautiful filming locations than season one. The production also moved to the South of France this season, giving us amazing views of the beaches.
Many of the locations used in season two of Emily in Paris are easy to spot because of the city’s iconic architecture, but some locations weren’t exactly what they seemed. Production used a variety of spots in the City of Light, and with the help of cast and crew, and even Netflix, we’ve tracked down some of the filming spots you can actually go to right now. Now, on your next trip to Paris, you can truly channel Emily and have a très bien time!
Production took to the Seine to film the party scene on a Bateaux Mouches. Riverboats run up and down the river frequently so you can have your own charming party on the water.
Emily’s jaunt to St. Tropez for a luxurious weekend wasn’t exactly in St. Tropez, but it was nearby in Villefranche-sur-Mer and Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. Both of these beautiful locations were used as the backdrop of St. Tropez. There were a few spots actually in St. Tropez that can be seen in this episode, but much of the filming was done in these small towns.
Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat
The stunning hotel Emily, Mindy, and Camille stay at in St. Tropez is the Grand-Hotel du Cap-Ferrat in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat. The lavish hotel is a Four Seasons property.
The scenes at Laurent G’s in St. Tropez were filmed at a beautiful beach club called Paloma Beach in Saint-Jean-Cap-Ferrat.
One of the few true St. Tropez backdrops is this restaurant, Senequier.
The show truly did film this lavish episode at Versailles. Gregory Dupree’s (Jeremy O. Harris) opulent show couldn’t possibly have taken place anywhere else. The palace is a short train ride away from Paris.
Le Marche D'aligre
When Emily and Gabriel are shopping for food for her dinner party, they’re at Le Marche D’aligre, a bustling market in the 12th arrondissement.
Le Café Marly
Emily, Camille, and Sylvie enjoy a breezy lunch outside the Louvre with the museum’s iconic pyramids in the background. They’re seated at Le Café Marly.
Emily and her new (temporary) friend Petra (Daria Panchenko) had fun gallivanting around La Samaritaine before Petra starts to steal things. The shopping center is massive and has everything you – and Emily – could want. Filming also returned here for the Laboratoire Lavaux event later in the season.
Le Champo Cinema
When Luc (Bruno Gouery) invites Emily to a movie, they go to Le Champo Cinema, which can be seen in the exterior shot. You can find this popular arthouse theater in the Latin Quarter.
Tortuga Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann
When Emily finally gets Camille to hear her out on the whole Gabriel thing, they meet at Tortuga Galeries Lafayette Paris Haussmann with a view of Palais Garnier in the background.
Pont des Arts
One of the spots Mindy sings with Benoit is on the Pont des Arts, a pedestrian bridge over the Seine.
Mindy and her new band perform one afternoon at the Fontaine Saint-Michel, which can be found in the sixth arrondissement.
The night that Emily and Julian (Samuel Arnold) go to a gay bar to find Gregory Dupree, they end up at Le Raidd. The club is actually known for its shower shows.
Émile Anthoine Stadium
Gabriel and Alfie’s kick-around is at Émile Anthoine Stadium, with a beautiful view of the Eiffel Tower in the background.
Le Château de Sonnay
Le Château de Sonnay again plays the backdrop for Camille’s parents’ home. The beautiful building is a few hours outside Paris and dates back hundreds of years.
Mindy’s stint as Dame Pipi is at a real-life supper club called Roxie. You can find it in the eighth arrondissement.
Though Emily, Camille, and Mindy go to an epic party at the Ragazzi House, the party was actually filmed at Château Diter, which is in the French Riviera.
Hammam Les Cent Ciels
As a birthday surprise, Camille takes Emily to a hammam, or spa. It was filmed at Hammam Les Cent Ciels, just outside Paris.
Camille’s gallery scenes were filmed in the real-life gallery Perrotin Paris.
Breakfast in America 2
Emily jokes with Alfie that he’s found the most non-French restaurant ever, and it turns out, that spot is Breakfast in America 2.
Place des Vosges
Once Mindy and Benoit admit they have feelings for each other, sparks fly at Place des Vosges in Le Marais.
Emily was startled to find that her traveler drink from The Bombardier was actually just beer. It would figure that Alfie would take her to this British pub in the Latin Quarter.
Sylvie certainly makes an entrance at La Société when she meets up with Erik. You can find this chic cafe in the sixth arrondissement.
Hôtel Plaza Athénée
Sylvie meets with her husband, Laurent, at the Hôtel Plaza Athénée, a stunning Dorchester hotel.
Mindy and her band’s “big gig” is at a supper club, which she’s not thrilled about. And though the exterior shots of the location imply that it’s at Huatian Chinagora, the scenes were actually filmed at Shangri-La Paris, a luxury hotel.