#Filmtripping as we take a journey around the most iconic film locations of Paris.
Discover Paris through the magic of cinema; where coincidence, fiction and reality all coincide.If there's one thing that unites the 20 arrondisments of Paris, it's cinema. To walk around the French capital is to take a trip through film old and new. Home of la nouvelle vague, it's here, among the bridges, museums and buildings that directors such as Luis Buñuel and the great Truffaut have found their inspiration.
#FilmTripping invites you to enjoy the experience, taking you on a journey around the city's iconic film locations. Click play to see for yourself just how many you recognise.
Shakespeare and Company is probably the most photographed bookshop in the world. In Before Sunset, two old lovers, Jesse and Celine, meet again here nine years after their first encounter.
Pont-Neuf (New Bridge) is actually the oldest of the modern bridges in Paris. Les Amants du Pont-Neuf sets the love story between a young painter and a street performer around the bridge.
Casually cool and perennially bohemian, Canal Saint-Martin is one of Paris' hippest neighbourhoods. It's here among the shady trees that one of the most memorable scenes from Le Fabuleux Destin d'Amélie Poulain takes place.
Once an independent commune overlooking Paris, Belleville has long been considered a “working class” neighbourhood. Passage Plantin is a cobbled street in the heart of Belleville, immortalised on screen in The Bourne Identity.
Pigalle is a neighbourhood overflowing with cabaret theatres, sex shops and adult shows. It's most famous theatre – the Moulin Rouge – is the setting for the romance of two star-crossed lovers in Moulin Rouge!.
There's no denying that one image comes to mind when you think of Paris: the Eiffel Tower. Here, one of Paris Je T'aime's segments takes place, an unforgettable short featuring two mimes that fall in love.
Experience the #FilmTripping route for yourself.