The popular Netflix show is back for a third season, and we’re taking another look at the Emily in Paris real estate seen on screen.

Here’s our pick of the locales currently streaming around the world by millions of viewers.

Paris on screen

The Emmy and Golden Globe-nominated series is more popular than ever, bringing to life its colorful and vibrant version of Paris on screen.

This season sees Emily, an American in Paris, choosing between different paths in both her love life and her professional life.

But while the show has an almost cartoon feel at times, the locations are often very real.

Before we examine the new places featured in season three, why not take a look at our previous guides to the Emily in Paris real estate seen in season one and season two?

From the Eiffel Tower to the city’s museums

The new season opens with a shot of the Eiffel Tower at night. And the most famous landmark of Paris appears many times across the ten new episodes.

But some of the other locations – ones that tourists might not be so familiar with – include the Museum of Decorative Arts. It’s here that Emily attends a party held by fashion designer Pierre Cadault.

Located within the Louvre Palace in the 1st arrondissement (district) it’s the largest decorative arts museum in continental Europe. It’s a grand building, and the former royal palace of the kings of France before Versailles.

Later in the series, Gabrielle and Camille meet for a date at the Musée d'Orsay – another of Paris’s fine museums.

This striking building is a former train station, the Gare d’Orsay, and a perfect showcase of how Paris preserves its history, readapting period buildings for modern use.

The Perrotin Gallery

The Perrotin Gallery features once again in season three.

We see the courtyard of this 18th-century former private mansion, located in the Marais quarter.

It’s now one of the largest galleries in Paris, a haven for contemporary art.

The building’s distinctive stairways appear on screen – we sold a property for a client in this very location.

Cooling off at the Molitor Pool

More Emily in Paris real estate seen this season includes the stunning open-air swimming pool which she visits with Mindy.

Originally an art deco lido dating from 1929, the Molitor Pool was a summer destination for stylish Parisians for decades.

After years of disuse, an extensive refurbishment in 2014 transformed it into a luxury hotel.

Along with the pool there is a spa, health club, restaurant, and a rooftop bar.

Around the Golden Triangle

Across all three seasons of the show, Emily in Paris showcases the Golden Triangle – an area between the Champs-Elysées and the Seine.

The world premiere of season three was even held here, at the Theatre des Champs-Elysées.

Known for its luxury boutiques and haute couture labels, this is the very exclusive heart of Paris. Although, in the latest season we actually see Emily and Gabriel eat fast food at the McDonalds on the Champs-Elysées! The flagship Tiffany jewelry store is also shown.

In this neighborhood, we have this exceptional two-bedroom apartment currently for sale.

Fully renovated in a luxurious modern aesthetic, it sits on the tree-lined avenue George V, between the Champs-Elysées and the Seine

Emily’s apartment

In the show, Emily's modest apartment with views is in the 5th arrondissement, known as the Latin Quarter.

Close to this area we have this quiet one to two bedroom apartment, near the gothic Bernardins monastery and the Sorbonne quarter.

Its charming historical details include four fireplaces, herringbone hardwood floors, molding, and wainscoting. It benefits from triple exposure, with windows in every room.

Both these properties for sale by 56Paris would make an ideal pied-à-terre, primary residence, or rental investment.

The phenomenon of Emily in Paris

Every time a new season debuts, Paris gains a lot of online attention, especially from Americans and Brits.

According to a recent report, searches for Paris apartments on one property website went up 1,416% following the debut of season three.

Another new phenomenon is Emily in Paris tours. Here, tourists and fans join a guide to seek out some of Emily’s haunts around the city – such as the Pantheon and Paris Opera House.

Other places such as Café de Flore, featured in the show’s first season, are still seeing increased numbers of visitors from fans, with noticeably longer queues at this iconic attraction.

Will all this attention have an effect on the prices of nearby real estate? Only time will tell.

Inspired by Emily in Paris real estate?

A fourth season of the show is already underway, so we’ll be back to guide you through even more Emily in Paris real estate soon.

If these properties have inspired you to live the Parisian lifestyle, feel free to get in touch with the 56Paris team.

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