An "Amelie" tour can be started from the cute La Verre A Pied, a cafe where Amelie finally saw Bretodeau, whose childhood memory box she found in her apartment.
Well, anyone in Paris will definitely visit this legendary temple, but if you're Amelie fan, you will watch above to see if there's anybody attempting suicide, like the one that caused Amelie's mother death.
One of the most famous bridges in Paris. Amelie passes it happily after she decides to help other people from now on.
In a beautiful mid 19th century building of this station Amelie found Nino's book collection of automatic photos.
Now it's time to feel like Nino. Remember when Amelie left him hints and he tried to find her? One of the scenes take place near famous Sacre Coeur church.
Nino almost found Amelie at Square Louise Michel near Sacre Coeur. If you're there don't forget to experience famous Parisian carousel.
Lamarck-Caulaincourt metro station is beautiful and convenient to use. And it's a station where Amelie led the blind man after describing him all the details of the market and street.
And finally, the most iconic and important location from "Amelie". A Monmartre cafe where Ms. Poulain works really does exist. Though interiors of Cafe Des Deux Moulins have been changed a lot since the film was shot, you can still feel yourself like in your favorite film. And stills from "Amelie" on the walls will always remind you that you're in the right place.