10 Amazing Locations Where Famous Films Were Shot
Jack Sparrow is not the only one who can sail the seas today. Any fan of the Pirates of the Caribbean can trip to St. Vincent and the Grenadines. You can even stay at the Hotel Anchorage Wallilabou, were created many of the details of the original film.
The northernmost country in Africa has offered its desert landscapes for world cinema, namely for the film 'Star Wars'. Remember this movie? Tunisian desert used for Episodes I, II, and III.
If you are not limited to the TV series "Locked up Abroad", it is unlikely that you will regret the trip to Thailand. Breathtaking beaches and majestic cliffs lured travelers for many years. Especially when they see paradise, known as Ko Phi Phi, found by Leo DiCaprio in the movie The Beach. And the older generation of fans will also remember 007 Bangkok, Floating Market, not to mention stunning views of Phang Nga, where is the James Bond Island.
4. Scottish mountains
Scottish Highlands - filming location of many scenes of the famous Harry Potter movie. Visit the Elephant House in Edinburgh, where Rowling wrote many of his masterpieces. Make sure you have planned a trip to Glen Nevis, as the area was used as a background in the scenes 'Quidditch'. If you lean more towards historical films, you can also visit Glen Coe in the marble mountains - it places the filming of 'Braveheart'.
5. New Zealand
Middle-earth is fictional land created by Tolkien writer, but many scenic landscapes seen in The Lord of the Rings, you can personally see in New Zealand. If dwarves, hobbits and rings - not your goal, we also invite you to visit the Gulf Layall, filming location of King Kong, as in the original film and in subsequent remakes.
6. New York
New York was the muse of directors for decades. New York was a place for shooting hundreds of famous films. A trip to New York City never passes without a visit to Central Park, shown at almost every film, so every corner may be already familiar to you.
7. Bruges, Belgium
'In Bruges', the most famous films shot in this city.
8. Kauai Island. Hawaiian Islands
Not surprisingly, Kauai place is so great, so inspired filmmakers to pack all your things and come here with cameras. Here you will find a place of George Lucas film 'Raiders of the Lost Ark', as well as the ever-charming 'Jurassic Park' by Steven Spielberg.
9. Utah, United States
Aron Ralston's story from the movie '127 Hours' will not make you go climbing, but can inspire you to visit the magnificent landscapes of Utah. There is something sublime in seeing vast canyons, leaving an unforgettable impression.
10. Stockholm, Sweden
'The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo' seduced many viewers on a journey to Sweden, where most of the film was shot. Tourists and fans can take special tours dedicated to the film and the book that followed through the darkest part of Stockholm.