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20 January 2023  |  Tourism

Filming locations in France

The number of filming sites in France are numerous. In general, production studios choose to film in the capital: Paris, but not only...

There are unseen places in France that are used for film shoots, Château de Chantilly and Le Château de Chenonceau to mention a few.

Château Chantilly

With around thirty films shot, it is an essential place for cinema! Some, very famous, in particular: "Michel Vaillant", "Beaumarchais", "Arsène Lupin", "Dangereusement Vôtre"...

Château de Chantilly

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Paris, the capital

Montmarte with its narrow streets, and its bohemian side saw the filming of the film: "The Famous Destiny of Amélie Poulain" with the Collignon grocery store, at number 24 rue des Trois-frères, Lamarck Caulincourt metro station, line 12 , The Saint-Martin canal.

Chenonceau Castle

Château Chenonceau was used as a filming location for the film "What have we done to God again".

Chateau Chenonceau

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The City of Carcassonne

Located in Occitania, the City of Carcassonne was used for the filming of Visitors. Indeed, in the film, the Château Comtal de Carcassonne is indeed the home of the "promise" of Godefroy de Montmirail.

The city of Strasbourg

The Alsatian city was chosen to shoot films such as "Sherlock Holmes and "Indigenes", with many sites of the city visible especially in the districts located around the Cathedral of Strasbourg.

Sherlock Holmes in Strasbourg


In Finistère, part of season 5 of Kaamelott is shot in Cabaret-sur-Mer.


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