Paris—home to the Eiffel Tower, The Louvre, and the current residence of Emily Cooper, marketer extraordinaire and protagonist in hit series Emily in Paris. For those planning a visit to the iconic City of Lights, here’s how you can get the full Emily Cooper experience with a visit to one (if not all) of our favourite featured locations in the Netflix romantic comedy.

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Much has already been said about the amazing fashion featured in the streaming television series. From Emily’s own divisive style to Camille’s effortless French dressing, the much-adored rom-com has given us endless doses of outfit envy and inspiration.

Beyond that, however, Emily in Paris has also served as an insider travel guide to the beautiful city of Paris. From the dazzling Vincent Van Gogh exhibition at L’Atelier des Lumières to the charming Rue de l’Abreuvoir, the Netflix drama has spotlighted a side of the city that extends beyond tourist clichés of the Eiffel Tower and Champs-Élysées.

With France on the list of countries in our Vaccinated Travel Lane (VTL) scheme, there is one less reason for you to postpone your dreams of living a life à la Emily Cooper. While we do recommend that you look into the specific requirements of each country under the scheme, for the most part, all you need is a negative pre-departure COVID-19 test to enjoy a quarantine-free trip beyond our shores.

If the past two years have had you travelling vicariously through Netflix’s Emily in Paris, here’s how you can experience the life of Emily Cooper in the flesh. From a dining experience at Gabriel’s iconic red-doored restaurant to taking in the breathtaking high ceilings of the Paris opera house, Vogue Singapore rounds up the best, and most beautiful, Emily in Paris locations that you can actually pay a visit to in the City of Love.