A Map of Every Amelie Filming Location in Real Life (in Paris)

Amelie (Le fabuleux destin d’Amélie Poulain in French), directed by Jean-Pierre Jeunet, became a French classic with worldwide fame. The romantic comedy shows the history of Amélie Poulain (Audrey Tautou), a waitress in Montmartre who keeps watching the people around her. She aspires to do some good around her and finds a small toy box and decides to find its owner. On her way, she will meet many characters, always with Yann Tiersen music as the original soundtrack, and she will go through many places in Paris you must visit.

If you already know this movie, get ready to follow Amélie Poulain’s steps. If you don’t, watch it before you even read this article, and you shall see a difference in these mythical places.

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How to do Montmartre in 24 hours

A day in Montmartre will probably kick off at Abbesses metro station (line 12). At 36m below ground, this hillside tube stop is in fact the deepest station in Paris, so we won’t judge if you take the lift up to street level.Emerging from your mole-like underground state into the humming centre of Montmartre will most likely be a rude awakening. Visiting school groups thronging the streets, buskers churning out Parisian ‘classics’, street vendors thrusting plastic Eiffel Towers in your face: it’s hardly the most relaxing scene. But today you’ll move away from the crowds and explore the lesser known side of the quaint northern neighbourhood
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