Emily in Paris Season 3 Filming Locations: Fall in Love with More Paris Locations

Article by Jane

December 23rd, 2022

Emily in Paris Season 3 filming locations include the Eiffel Tower, Place Juliette-Greco, Jardin du Palais-Royal, Champs-Elysees, Le Temps de Cerises, Palais Galliera, Montmartre, Parc des Buttes Chaumont, RoofTop Molitor and Palais Garnier.

In Season 3, Emily struggles to choose between working with Madeline (Kate Walsh) and following Sylvie (Philippine Leroy-Beaulieu). Her romance with Londoner Alfie (Lucien Laviscount) is up in the air, and Gabriel (Lucas Bravo) is back with Camille (Camille Razat). And Mindy (Ashley Park) is handling another round of highs and lows with the band – plus a new complication.

Where Was Emily in Paris Season 3 Filmed?

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Emily in Paris Season 3 was filmed at Le Jules Verne, Le Temps de Cerises in Le Marais, Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, Place Juliette-Greco, Place de Valois, Jardin du Palais-Royal, the Sacre-Coeur Basilica, RoofTop Molitor, Palais Garnier and Rue Lucien Sampaix.

Along with the now-famous Emily in Paris apartment location at 1 Place de l’Estrapade and the marketing office at Place de Valois, the latest season is packed with new spots. Expect plenty of Michelin starred restaurants, elegant galleries and the best addresses in Paris.

Emily in Paris Series 3 Filming Locations List

The Eiffel Tower

Eiffel Tower Eiffel Tower. Chadi saad, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Emily’s dream sequence takes place on the Eiffel Tower – but we see several specific locations around the tower in later scenes. Of course, the metal tower is a Parisian icon but we don’t often see scenes shot around the tower itself. It’s played a background role more than anything, until now.

Le Jules Verne Restaurant

It looks like the confrontation between Madeline, Emily and Sylvie takes place in the Jules Verne restaurant on the Eiffel Tower. Of course, it looks like Emily’s dream was a premonition with her bosses finally holding the showdown at the landmark.

In reality, Le Jules Verne is a one Michelin star restaurant offering views across Paris from its floor to ceiling windows. Did you notice with all the drama going on? This scene might deserve a rewatch if you were swept up in Emily’s battle of the bosses.

Agence Grateau

Place de Valois Place de Valois. Wikimedia Commons / Mu, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
It’s time for a rebrand! In Season 3, Emily’s office location is Place de Valois once again, with a few changes to the staff. Those shots of the 1st arrondissement courtyard are quickly emblazoned with Agence Grateau signage to bring Sylvie’s marketing HQ up to date.

Emily’s Apartment

1 Place de l’Estrapade is Emily’s apartment location in Emily in Paris Season 3. We’ve seen the famous building in just about every episode since Season 1 – sometimes in establishing shots, other times as the setting for relationship drama. Check out its Season 2 appearances here on the blog.

Palais Galliera

Palais Galliera Palais Galliera. Sniper Zeta, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Pierre Cadault’s retrospective location in Emily in Paris is the Palais Galliera, a real fashion museum in Paris. This is an ideal location for a fashion retrospective. The Palais Galliera is home to the Gabrielle Chanel Galleries and Neoclassical exhibition halls, where it regularly celebrates the work of designers through the ages.

It appears in Emily in Paris Season 3 Episode 2, which shows off its exhibition spaces – a stunning setting for an ugly showdown between Madeline and Sylvie.

Place Juliette-Greco

Mindy’s band find out they’ve book a high profile gig on Place Juliette-Greco. Mindy joins her bandmate and boyfriend on the street outside the historic Saint Germain des Pres abbey. Once again, this Emily in Paris filming location is in the 6th arrondissement.

Parc des Buttes-Chaumont

Parc des Buttes Chaumont Parc des Buttes Chaumont. Justraveling.com, CC BY-SA 4.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Emily and Alfie’s picnic scene location Emily in Paris Season 3 Episode 3, “Coo d’Etat” is the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont. It’s a rambling park in the north of Paris with its own hills, cliff edges and waterfalls.

Rue des Vinaigriers

Mindy and Nicolas reunite outside Residence Kann Coffee in Season 3 Episode 5. In the scene, Mindy meets Emily’s new acquaintance, Nicolas, and the pair realise that they’re old friends from boarding school.

The group are standing on Rue des Vinaigriers outside Residence Kann Coffee in the scene. It’s in the 10th arrondissement, not far from Gare de l’Est which appeared in Season 2 Episode 1.

Alfie’s Apartment

Exterior shots reveal Alfie’s apartment location is Rue Lucien Sampaix – look out for a glimpse of the street in Episode 5. This Emily in Paris filming location is in the 10th arrondissement, and it’s just around the corner from Rue des Vinaigriers. As we just learned, it was on this Parisian street that Mindy met Nicolas in the same episode.

The Open Air Pool

The pool in Emily in Paris Season 3 Episode 5 is the RoofTop Molitor summer pool at Hotel Molitor Paris. Emily and Mindy lounge by the pool of the 16th arrondissement venue before claiming free samples of Soleil de Paris. Moments later, Emily makes a marketing pitch to Nicolas – and asks the DJ to play Mindy’s song to the crowd.

Le mur des je t’aime

Emily in Paris’s love mural written in lava is real and you can find it in Montmartre. The lava fresco repeats the phrase ‘I love you’ 311 times across the surface, just as Emily describes to Gabriel in Season 3 Episode 9.

Restaurant Vefour

Restaurant Le Grand Vefour Restaurant Le Grand Vefour. Mbzt, CC BY 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Julian, Luc and Sylvie argue about Emily at Le Grand Vefour in Season 3 Episode 9, “Love is in the Air”. In the scene, they disagree over Emily taking over Julian’s client, until innocent bystander Luc comes off worst.

The Restaurant Le Grand Vefour is located in a classic Emily in Paris filming location, the Palais-Royal. It’s located in the arcades, where it has served customers since 1784. And this fine dining restaurant is worthy of Luc’s formalwear – it’s held Michelin stars for some time, causing controversy when it lost a star several years ago.

Musee D’Orsay

The art gallery with he clock where Camille and Gabriel talk is the Musee D’Orsay. Housed in a former railway station, the must-see gallery has also appeared in another Netflix series, Lupin.

Palais Garnier

Palais Garnier Palais Garnier. Bobo Boom, CC BY 2.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Sylvie attends the gala performance at the Palais Garnier opera house on her anniversary. Look out for several shots of the stunning Parisian opera house including the entrance and grand staircase.

The Palais Garnier was built in the 1870s, and is the setting for the fictional Phantom of the Opera tale. While Gaston Leroux’s novel (and the subsequent West End musical) isn’t factual, many details are entirely accurate.

For instance, the décor is every bit as opulent – and an underground lake lies beneath the theatre! Though in reality, it owes more to architectural problem solving than anything supernatural.


Laperouse is an Emily in Paris Season 3 location and a Parisian institution. It’s been connected to the fashion world for centuries, with the clientele including the likes of Kate Moss in recent years. But going back through the centuries, it’s been linked to political debates and society scandals too.