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Midnight in Paris filming locations outside Paris

midnight in paris filming locationsHere is the list of filming locations of Midnight in Paris that are outside Paris.

If you are a fan of Midnight in Paris and you are coming to the city, don’t miss the chance to visit wonderful places in the neighborhoods too.

Midnight in Paris is one of the best films through you can get to know Paris. Besides the filming places in the center of the city, Woody Allen had chosen specific sets outside Paris that also are worth a visit.

Here are the places in Paris neighborhoods used as a set for Midnight in Paris.


Midnight in Paris filming locations outside Paris

  • Saint-Ouen flea market
    This is probably the most famous flea market in Paris. Maybe because there are more than 200 stands! Or maybe because it is considered the second-hand market with the highest numbers of antique dealers in the world!
    The Marché aux Puces de Saint-Ouen, also known as Saint-Ouen flea market, is just outside the North of Paris. In this market, you can also visit the Marché Paul Bert which is entirely dedicated to antiques of World War II.
    In Midnight in Paris, Gil, Inez and her mom go to this market to find antique furniture for their home.


  • Giverny
    Do you remember that romantic scene shot on the Japanese bridge from Midnight in Paris? That bridge is in Giverny, the places that inspired Monet’s Waterlilies.
    In the film, the pond is a background for the scene where Gil and Inez say ‘I love you’ for the first time.


  • Versailles
    In Midnight in Paris, Versailles is the background for drama. During a day out in Versailles, Inez confesses to Gil that she cheated on him. Anyway, since we must not concentrate on the plot but on the beauty of the places, visiting the filming locations of Midnight in Paris in Versailles may be an excuse to visit this wonder in Paris neighborhoods!