Buy a book at Shakespeare and Co Before Sunset is one of the major reasons that people started flocking in droves to this quaint English-language bookstore on Paris's Rive Gauche. In fact, on weekends it's not unusual to see a long line of people waiting just to get in. In real life, authors do the same - so be sure to check out the store's upcoming events and you might be able to catch someone you've always wanted to meet.
Or if you're really lucky, you might spot a celebrity. Owen Wilson is a regular customer when he's in Paris, and still browses the books long after he was there for a scene in Midnight in Paris. It was in this movie that director Christopher Nolan used the column features to striking effect.
It's also the setting for the opening scene in Last Tango in Paris. Why not do what the gang from Parks and Recreation did and visit it for yourself?
The church and Da Vinci Code didn't quite see eye-to-eye on the filming plans, which ruled out filming inside the church. But you'd never know as the church's interiors were painstakingly recreated in a studio so they look exactly like the real thing.
Follow Audrey's Hepburn's footsteps Charade, a film starring Audrey Hepburn and Cary Grant, immortalised Paris on the big screen - especially the Quai de Montebello riverside walk.
As the pair leisurely stroll along the river banks, right in the shadow of Notre Dame, they talk about how they're following in the footsteps of Leslie Caron and Gene Kelly, who danced at this same location in 's An American in Paris. Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer However, An American in Paris was all done in studio but the recreation was so faithfully done, you'd be forgiven for not knowing. Audrey and Cary enjoy the famous Berthillion's ice-cream which you can taste on Isle-St-Louis just around the corner.
It's known as one of the most expensive restaurants in the city, so be careful what you order if you're going in. The restaurant in the hugely popular Pixar movie is based on a mix of some of the best Paris restaurants, but it's closest to this one. Indeed, the only real difference is that the real one doesn't have the flashy neon sign, nor the pretty little fountain and square that made the film version so charming.
If you like fashion, stroll down the nearby Avenue Montaigne just as Andy Anne Hathaway does in the film. We do not recommend doing the same, though the area is well worth a visit. Bonus The blockbuster view Lastly, it's a bit of fun - and we recommend that you do not try this one.
Rush Hour 3 takes you on a high-octane journey around Paris, climaxing with a huge fight scene at the Eiffel Tower, notably the Jules Verne restaurant.
Chris Tucker and Jackie Chan escape by grabbing hold of a huge French flag and using it to parachute into the water basin across the bridge. See the clip below. The basin with fountains is part of the Trocodero, and well worth a visit. Head up to the Plantard de Trocodero and you'll get an amazing view of the Eiffel Tower.
If you want to know a whole lot more, visit the friendly team at Set in Paris Movie Tours , which offers daily walking tours at 10am and 3pm, as well as private and group tours.