Did you know that some of your favorite movie destinations are real places, just waiting to be discovered? From New York City and Paris to the Great Wall of China and the Himalayas, these famous locales from your favorite movies are all real places that you can visit. So mark your calendars and plan to travel in time for these great getaways this year. After all, what a better way to spend your vacation then exploring a new destination filled with history, culture, beauty and mystery?
New York City
New York City is a classic travel destination and the ultimate city break. When in New York, you’ll want to visit the Empire State Building, Central Park, and Times Square. You’ll also want to head to the Brooklyn Bridge, where you can walk over the East River. If you’re visiting during the autumn, you will love the foliage along the Hudson Valley, especially in the Catskill Mountains. And if you’re visiting in the winter, enjoy the snowfall in Central Park, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, and Prospect Park. You’ll definitely want to visit the Metropolitan Museum of Art, which is free on Friday evenings. And, of course, you can’t visit New York City without enjoying a Broadway show.
Paris is one of the most visited destinations in the world. It is the perfect place for culture and romance. Visit the Louvre, the Musée d’Orsay, the Musée du Quai Branly and the Musée National d’Art Moderne. If you’re lucky enough to be visiting the city in March, you can attend the Paris Fashion Week, where you can see all the top models and designers in action. Another famous event held in Paris is the annual French Open tennis tournament, held at the end of May. Visit the Eiffel Tower, or go see the iconic Notre-Dame Cathedral. You can also enjoy some delicious food at the many French restaurants in Paris.
Rome is another classic European destination, perfect for culture and romance. Visit the Colosseum, the Palatine Hill, and the Pantheon. You can also visit the Vatican City, which is also where the Pope lives. You can also enjoy a delicious Italian meal at one of the city’s many famous restaurants. If you’re visiting Rome in the spring, you can see the Cherry Blossom Festival, during which thousands of cherry trees bloom in Rome and other parts of Italy.
London and Edinburgh
London is perhaps the best city in the world, and it has something for everyone. Visit the British Museum, where you can see the iconic Rosetta Stone. You can also visit the British Library, which has 14 million books. You can also take a trip to Westminster Abbey and see the graves of many famous British people, including the Unknown Warrior and Henry V. If you’re visiting in the autumn, enjoy the colorful leaves of the Scottish Highlands. If you’re visiting in the spring, you can see the famous cherry blossoms in London. And if you’re visiting in the summer, you can enjoy the famous Wimbledon tennis tournament.
The Himalayas are a must-visit destination for any history and culture lover. And thy’v ben featured inn many movies as th mythical mountains straddle many countries. Visit the Three Villages of the Tibetan Cultural Tour to see the Tibetan culture and learn about the Tibetan people. You can also visit the Tibetan Children’s Village, a home for Tibetan orphans. Visit the home of the Dalai Lama by taking a trip to Ladakh. And of course you can also visit from the Nepal side and explore the dusty streets of Kathmandu.
Bagan, Myanmar (Burma)
Bagan is one of the most ancient cities in the world, and a must-visit destination for any culture and history lover. Visit the many temples in Bagan, which were built between the 11th and 13th centuries. You can also take a trip to Inle Lake, which is a beautiful lake that is surrounded by mountains. You can also visit the Shwedagon Pagoda in Yangon, which is one of the most famous pagodas in Asia. Myanmar is complicated these days and so it’s up to individuals to decide if they want to travel there.
Beijing and the Great Wall of China
Beijing is a city of history and tradition, and the perfect place for culture and history lovers. Visit the Forbidden City, where you can see the Imperial Palace and some of the most famous Chinese architecture. You can also visit the Temple of Heaven, which is an important place of worship for the Chinese. You can also visit the Temple of Buddhist Fragrance, where you can experience the ancient Chinese tradition of burning incense. You can also visit the Beijing Zoo and see the pandas, Chinese elks, and red pandas. You can also visit the Beijing Bird’s Nest and the Beijing Aquatics Center, two stadiums built for the 2008 Summer Olympics. And, of course, you can’t leave Beijing without visiting the Great Wall of China, the world’s largest ancient architecture.
These destinations from your favorite movies are all a must-visit. You can combine these destinations with your other travel plans, or you can use them as the central focus of your trip. No matter when you visit, you’re sure to have an amazing experience and memories that will last a lifetime.