The Paris film trails are leaflets in the form of little guides
that you can pick up from one of the many Tourist Information Centres and these will take
you on a journey through Paris. You can get to
explore some very little known parts of Paris, through to the more obvious landmarks, monuments
and attractions that have been filmed like the River Seine.
But these film trails are not just for French films, they incorporate such things as one
of the more recent blockbuster children's movies called Ratatouille about the rat that wanted to
be a chef and you can follow the Paris Film Trails via a leaflet that is available in both
French and English.
Being able to explore around six different locations, the guides will provide you with
some photographs, some historical information and some anecdotal information that relates
to the movie and the setting you are visiting.
Some of the guides available include The Devil
Wears Prada which take you on a journey of fashion spots, Paris Je T'Aime, and as we
mentioned before the film Ratatouille, plus you can also follow the steps of Edith Piaf in the film La Vie en Rose.
There are also other film trail movie guides that are produced, and you may want to look
out for one on Rush Hour 3 and another on the Da Vinci Code.
So for a rather unusual concept that can really keep the children enthralled, arm
yourselves with one of the Paris film trail leaflets for the movie of your choice, and
take a different approach to seeing the City of Lights.