You know Paris… You have seen the city a million times in movies!
For more than 120 years, Paris has been the most filmed city in the world and it still is. Most of you have certainly heard of the most popular recent ones: Mission Impossible: Fall Out and Fantastic Beasts ! 😉
Districts like Trocadéro and its Eiffel Tower or Montmartre are places where the pleasure of strolling comes with the joy to rediscover the location of our favorite movies. By showing you pictures and film clips on a tablet, Ciné-Balade’s walking tours offer you to cross the mirror and to talk about cinema while learning about the history of Paris, discovering hidden places and maybe finding an unknown French or American movie to watch.
Amélie From Montmartre
In Montmartre, Gene Kelly could have met Amélie Poulain or Paul Newman while the giant flea in the Monster in Paris and the Remy of Ratatouille help you discover the work of the artists of the hill, before each showing at Studio 28.
Midnight in Paris
The Midnight In Paris-themed tour guides you around Paris through the lens of The Lost Generation and Woody Allen. Explore the Latin Quarter and the whims and wonder of old haunts of Ernest Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald before every screening at the Luminor.
On the Eiffel Tower Movie Tour, you can see the many references of the film in American movies from the past and today, before each showing at Club de l’Étoile.
In Passy, we see the star of the city, the Eiffel Tower, that has also been a movie star since the beginning.