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Paris Walking Tour: Movie and TV Show Locations

  • 2-hour walking tour of Paris’ movie locations
  • Stroll through central Paris with a film expert to relive scenes from your favorite movies
  • Visit filming sites from The Devil Wears Prada, The Three Muskateers, Marie Antoinette, Safehouse and more
Paris Walking Tour: Movie and TV Show Locations
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See Paris through the lens of a film director on this 2-hour walking tour of recognizable movie and TV filming locations throughout the city. See the streets, monuments and shops immortalized in films like ‘Midnight in Paris,’ ‘Before Sunset,’ ‘The Devil Wears Prada,’ and ‘Marie Antoinette.’ Get the inside scoop from your local film buff guide while strolling between locations in the vibrant Latin Quarter, on the Ile de la Cité and along the riverbanks of the Seine.
What to Expect
Paris and Hollywood have had a long love affair, captured in countless films and TV shows throughout the decades. To begin your 2-hour walking tour, meet your knowledgeable film buff guide at a box office in central Paris and set off toward Ile St-Louis. As you walk, hear about the history of movie-making in Paris and pass some of the city’s most iconic monuments, like Notre-Dame Cathedral.

While wandering Paris’ photogenic streets and the famous riverbanks and bridges of the Seine, see filming locations for movies including Woody Allen’s Midnight in Paris, the Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn caper Charade, and thrillers like The Bourne Identity and several James Bond films. Visit the house of a character from The Three Musketeers TV show and stop in front of the Shakespeare and Company bookstore featured in the romantic classic Before Sunset. 

Get a glimpse of the restaurant visited by Julia Childs in Julie & Julia and walk down the backstreet set of a romantic moment in The Devil Wears Prada. Your star-struck tour concludes back at the original departure point near Notre Dame.
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Reviewed today
Great way to see some of Paris' movie settings

Great guide who had fun facts and lots of knowledge of the area- easy walk that covered a lot of interesting spots where famous scenes were shot.

Thank 355annr
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile
Lovely Tour

One of the best walking tour we’ve been and an excellent and perfect presentations of facts of movie settings as well as the TV shows location. Highly recommended to everyone who loves those beautiful places seen in a big screen.

Thank Jun J
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Great tour for film fans

This was a great experience from our Paris Pass. The 2 hours fly by as you walk around the back streets discovering film secrets. For those using their Paris Pass, the address in the book has changed but is not yet updated so just double...More

Thank CVW09
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

This walking tour is great for movie fans. You meet at a coffee shop then walk around Paris with the guide explaining the famous movie screens. The guide has pictures of the locations in the movies that really helps. Movies have been filmed in Paris...More

Thank MDTraveler2010
Reviewed July 12, 2018
Great small group tour, highly personalised!!

I actually booked on two tours - this one, and the Amelie/Montmartre Tour!! Both were really well run, great fun, highly entertaining, and out of the ordinary!! For this tour, we met our tour guide at the cafe run by the company, and set off...More

Thank JenniRed
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