If you love movies then you should think about a movie-themed vacation or road trip. There are so many amazing locations used in filming that you can visit all around the world. From destinations in the U.S to Europe and the Middle East, here are just a few to get you started:
Who hasn’t been scared out of their wits by this iconic monster fish? Most of the filming took place at Martha’s Vineyard in Massachusetts, a beautiful and exclusive location that can only be reached by air or boat. Steven Spielberg used local residents in the making of Jaws, including the two young sons of Chief Brody. This is a great place to visit during the summer, without a shark in sight!
#2 Notting Hill
This feel-good British classic from 1999 starred a love-struck Hugh Grant and Julia Roberts. The posh, pretty streets of Notting Hill in London provided the backdrop to the movie, featuring the iconic Portobello Road markets and all the quaint English charm you could hope for. London has been used in hundreds of movies and is the perfect place for tons of history, Buckingham Palace and of course, the vibrant Notting Hill Carnival.