Tracking Down Emily's  Apartment and Other Swoon-Worthy Locations From ‘Emily In Paris’

With over 58 million streams during  its first 28 days on Netflix, it’s safe to say that Emily In Paris is one of the streaming giant's biggest hits. 

And the enviable apartments,  iconic landmarks, and beautiful shots of Paris in the summertime might  have a little something to do with it!

That's why we couldn't resist taking  a closer look - and bringing you on  a tour of the most memorable  Emily in Paris filming locations.

Emily's apartment in Paris


It’s a seriously convincing set created by the show's Oscar-nominated art director, Anne Seibel.

Sadly, Emily Cooper’s chambre de  bonne isn’t real. 

Though you can’t go inside Cooper’s cute digs, you can definitely visit her building.

Scenes outside Emily’s and Gabriel’s apartments are shot at the very real  #1 Place de l’Estrapade in the 5th arrondissement.

Chez Lavaux


Just don’t expect any of the hot  chef’s Norman-inspired cuisine.

If you’re hoping to stop by Gabriel’s restaurant for a bite on your next  Paris trip, you kind of can!

Chez Lavaux (formerly Les Deux Comperes) is actually Terra Nera, a small 19th-century butchers shop turned Italian eatery.

The Savoir office


(especially since Emily’s team apparently doesn’t start working  until 10.30 am?!)

Working from home in loungewear might be nice, but we can't help but swoon over the trendy Savoir office.

Swing by this location next time you’re in the 1st arrondissement, as the exterior of the fictional marketing agency is located at #6, Place de Valois.

It’s set in a super trendy square in which the Savoir gang can often be found enjoying lunch and a few glasses of breakfast wine together.

Their favorite spot? The real life Le Bistrot Valois. So make sure to add it to your list for when you get your own Paris adventure! 

Go to our article to see more Emily in Paris must-sees  ☝️

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Story:  Credit for images: Netflix / CAROLE BETHUEL / Roger DO MINH /  Stéphanie Branchu