Paris – a city that’s normally reserved for loved up couples – is so much more than simply the backdrop for yet another romance-filled weekend break.
Paris is a city that’s spent centuries inspiring not just lovers, but artists, writers, designers, musicians and filmmakers alike – and wandering its breath taking streets, it’s not hard to see why. From Hemingway to Fitzgerald, Godard to Truffaut, it’s here the greats have found their inspiration. It’s a place where fiction, beauty and reality all coincide.
Forget the City of Love; you don’t need a lover to take in the beauty of Paris.
Let’s face it, the city is still just as stunning when experienced alone. A great example of this is the latest effort from Expedia; their travel video #FilmTripping beautifully captures the idea of exploring a city by yourself and discovering it in a brand new light. After all, when you travel alone, you’re free to do things your way.
In #FilmTripping, the story focuses on a woman traveller and her journey of discovery around Paris. Travelling alone, her imagination runs wild as she takes in the iconic Parisian locations that you’re sure to recognise from your favourite films. If you’re a fan of Parisian cinema, be sure to watch the video and see just how many references you spot.
FilmTripping Paris by Expedia