If Emily in Paris Makes You Want to Travel, Watch these 10 Movies for a Virtual Tour of the City

Here’s how you can soak in the visual delights of the world’s most romantic city from your home

Chirag Mohanty Samal
If like us, you too binge watched Emily in Paris then we bet you want to travel to Paris as much as we do. How we wished the pandemic wasn’t real, we would have made our travel plans! However, the good news is you can still virtually visit the city from your couch. Paris has served as the backdrop for many romantic movies. So get your bowl of popcorn, curl up on your couch and get set to embark on a delightful journey. Keep a pack of tissues handy, some emotional scenes may cause a few tears to roll down.
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    Before Sunset
: This romantic drama is the sequel to 1995 movie, Before Sunrise, where Jesse (Ethan Hawke) and Celine (Julie Delphy) meet and spend an evening together in Vienna. Before Sunset picks up their romance as the duo meet again in Paris. Get some scenic glimpses of the Seine river, pretty cobbled streets and the old world buildings in the back alleys of Paris.

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    Ratatouille: This animated film follows the journey of a cute little rat chef has he navigates the back lanes of Paris and cooks in one of the most famous restaurants of the city along with his human sous chef to impress a difficult food critic.

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    Moulin Rouge: The 2001 movie that got Nicole Kidman a Golden Globe brings alive the grandiosity of Parisian night life of the gone by era. A heart-warming love story set in the iconic Burlesque club.

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    Befikre: Free-spirited Ranveer Singh meets his match in Vaani Kapoor in Paris. And together the duo explore a no-strings-attached, fun-filled relationship in scenic locales of the city.

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    Amelie: The movie revolves around a kind waitress, who believes in helping out others. Her small acts of kindness set in and around Café des Deux Moulins, where she works make this an interesting watch. Do watch out for some of the stunning rooftops in the city.

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    Two Days in Paris: If you are looking out for “breakup” movie, then this should feature on your watchlist. Julie Delpy and Adam Goldberg, try to bring a spark into their relationship by visiting Paris together. An interesting tale of romance peppered with some mushy scenes.

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    Yeh Jawani Hai Deewani: A coming-of-age movie, where Ranbir Kapoor finds himself in the streets of Paris and other European cities while pursuing his passion-- photography. The movie is a visual treat for travellers.

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    Hugo: The 2011 movie is set in 1930s Paris. It tells the story of an orphan living in the walls of the Parisian station. He forms a unique friendship with a young girl and goes on to discover a mystery about his father.

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    Midnight in Paris: An aspiring novelist played by Owen Wilson is transported to the 1920s Paris where he meets Ernest Hemingway and Picasso and more. The time travel helps him wriggle out of a hopeless engagement.

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    Paris Je T’aime: The movie brings together 18 stories of love and longing set in different parts of the city. An ensemble cast includes Natalie Portman, Elijah Wood and Juliette Binoche.

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