All the “Emily in Paris” Season 3 Filming Locations You Can Visit IRL

published Jan 1, 2023
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Netflix’s “Emily In Paris” is back for another season of frothy drama and gorgeous French backdrops. While a lot of the action still takes place in and around the City of Light, Season 3 introduces plenty of new Paris locales, as well as all-new locations like Provence, France. Below, find a list of five locations from “Emily in Paris” Season 3, all of which can be visited by fans of the series.

Le Jules Verne

Although the Eiffel Tower has been shown throughout the series, parts of “Emily in Paris” Season 3 were actually shot at the iconic landmark — more specifically, Le Jules Verne, the restaurant inside the Eiffel Tower itself. The dining spot offers floor-to-ceiling views of the city, which is a whole lot dreamier than the scuffle between Emily’s bosses.

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Provence, France

In Season 3, Emily ventures out to Province, France to visit Antoine’s chateau. The episode was filmed during the area’s lavender season, which draws thousands of tourists each year. Pro tip: visit from mid-June to mid-August to enjoy the fields at peak bloom. While you’re in town, why not eat at Clover Gordes, the restaurant where that scene of Emily accidentally sitting on a bag stool was filmed?

The Pop-Air Museum

In one of the season’s more memorable scenes, Emily and Gabriel go on a date that’s technically not a date at a balloon-filled arthouse full of selfie-ready exhibits. In real life, these scenes were filmed at the traveling Pop Air Balloon Museum, which is currently in Milan until February 12, 2023. Tickets range from 10 to 20 euros, depending on which day you visit. You can keep up with the museum’s travels on Instagram.

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Château de Montpoupon

Fancy a castle tour? Then venture over to  Château de Montpoupon, where Emiily and Alfie enjoyed their hot air balloon ride in Season 3. Located about three hours outside of Paris, the estate also features a 30-room museum dedicated to subjects like hunting, the Hermés brand, and taxidermy, if you’re into that. Can’t make it there in person just yet? No worries! Château de Montpoupon also offers a virtual tour.

Hôtel Molitor Paris

At one point in Season 3, Emily and her BFF Mindy take a break from the chaos of their lives to enjoy poolside drinks. The scene was filmed at the Molitor hotel, which is bursting with Art Deco accents. If you want to enjoy a dip in between Paris sightseeing, this might be the hotel for you.