A Cinematic Journey Through Europe: Filming Locations for Netflix’s Spin-off Series of La Casa de Papel, ‘Berlin’

Netflix’s latest spin-off series, ‘Berlin,’ from the globally acclaimed Spanish TV show La Casa de Papel (Money Heist), takes viewers on a thrilling journey across some of Europe’s most enchanting cities.


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The Netflix series ‘Berlin,’ featuring Pedro Alonso’s iconic character, was filmed across Paris, Madrid, and other captivating Spanish locations. Production for ‘Berlin’ spanned over nine months.

1. Paris, France

Cityview, France, Paris
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The City of Lights plays a central role in the series, providing an atmospheric backdrop to Berlin’s new heist – robbing the largest auction house in Paris. The city’s iconic landmarks and picturesque streets are showcased in all their glory, adding a touch of romance and mystery to the high-octane drama.

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2. Madrid, Spain

Shopping street of Madrid, Spain.

The capital city of Spain, Madrid, also serves as a key filming location for the series. With its unique blend of modern and historic architecture, Madrid provides a visually stunning setting that perfectly complements the plotline.

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3. Almería, Spain

Almeria, Andalusia, southern Spain

Almería, known for its rugged landscape and sweeping coastlines, adds a dash of authenticity to the series’ narrative. Its scenic beauty and charm perfectly encapsulate the essence of southern Spain.

4. León, Spain

Cathedral of Santa María, León, Spain.

The quaint city of León is known for its impressive medieval architecture and winding streets, which are also featured in the series.

5. Ávila, Spain

Medieval fortress in Avila, Spain

Ávila, a city famous for its fortified walls, is another filming location that adds an aura of mystery and intrigue to the series.

6. Segovia, Spain

The Alcazar of Segovia, Spain

Segovia, known for its Roman aqueduct and fairy-tale castle, provided a picturesque setting for some of the series’ key scenes.

7. Toledo, Spain

Toledo, Spain

The historic city of Toledo, renowned for its rich cultural heritage, was also featured in the series, enhancing the visual appeal and authenticity of the narrative.

As you explore these locations, take a moment to appreciate the historical and cultural richness that these cities offer beyond their role as filming locations.

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