This oscar nominated film is Woody Allen's first film shot entirely around Paris.
Gil and Adriana visit Maxim in their night in 1890s Belle Époque
Le Bristol was used for the hotel room scenes for Gil and Inez on their trip to Paris
Gil and Inez talk on the green bridge over the water lilies at Giverny
Gil, Inez, and her mother go shopping around Marche aux puces de saint-ouen. It may look deserted in streetview, but that's because it's only open Saturday, Sunday and Monday.
Gil sees a car approach at midnight while sitting on the steps outside the church of St-Etienne du Mont
Paul and Gil discuss Rodin in front of the Thinker
Paul, Carol, Gil and Inez view Monet's water lilies
Le Meurice served as the Hotel entrance, dining area, and roof top wine tasting scenes
Source: Inspired Diversions
Paul, Gil and Inez go on a day trip to Versailles