REVEALED: The 20 most Instagrammed movie & TV locations around the world
Filming Locations: These are the 20 most Instgrammed TV and movie locations
Here are the 20 most Instagrammed movie and TV locations around the world according to On The Go Tours – proof that you too can have a sliver of that movie lifestyle.
Beverly Hills, California, United States of America
The elite neighbourhood in California has played home to a plethora of movies and TV shows alike.
From Pretty Woman to There Will Be Blood, the sunny west-coast city is the perfect destination for movie lovers and Insta addicts.
The Beverly Hills Greystone Mansion was built in1928 and is a versatile estate that film crews often select for its opulent beauty and acres of manicured grounds.
Not only was it where Daniel Day Lewis gave his famous “I drink your milkshake” speech in There Will Be Blood, but the mansion also appeared in the Coen brothers’ The Big Lebowski, a hospital in Star Trek Into Darkness, Norman Osborn’s mansion in Spider-Man and Jack Nicholson’s ‘Massachusetts’ home in The Witches of Eastwick.
The hills are alive with the sound of camera phones going off.
The Austrian city of Salzburg was home to The Sound Of Music, starring the inimitable Julie Andrews.
Anyone who is a fan of musical theatre movies can appreciate how integral a location is, and Salzburg was no exception.
Beverly Hills: Pretty Woman’s setting is the most Instagrammed filming location
Dubrovnik: Game of Thrones uses Dubrovnik, Croatia for a lot of filming
Game of Thrones is undoubtedly a theatrical masterpiece, with complicated plots, mass murder, and dragons.
But of course, the stunning locations play a huge part in the show’s success.
Dubrovnik’s walled old city is a maze of lanes and stone houses precariously pitched over cobbled streets.
Many of the market scenes take place on the Dubrovnik’s St Dominika Street, including the infamous shame scene starring one short-haired queen.
Looking at photos of Dubrovnik, it’s hard to imagine Game of Thrones being filmed anywhere else.
Caesars Palace, Nevada, United States of America
Set on the Las Vegas strip, Caesars Palace has played host to a plethora of movies – most famously Rain Man.
But Iron Man also filmed there, alongside movies like Dreamgirls, The Hangover Part III, and in case you’re feeling too cheerful The Big Short.
While people don’t really need an excuse to visit a casino in Las Vegas, you can at least satisfy some deeper cultural whim at Caesars Palace.
Notting Hill, London, United Kingdom
Perhaps you’re after a charming American movie star, or if you’re in the market for a prince charming.
Either way, there’s no better place to meet them than in Notting Hill.
The romantic setting in London is perfect even if you plan on spending the day on your own, without hopes or designs of meeting a significant other.
Notting Hill: The prefect romantic location in London
Martha’s Vineyard: The upscale New England town was the location for Jaws
Martha’s Vineyard, Massachusetts, United States of America
Despite the idyllic coastal town’s views, Martha’s Vineyard’s most famous movie set is hardly the pleasant type.
Jaws, the 1975 classic, was set on Martha’s Vineyard so if you want to fake a shark attack on your Instagram feed, Martha’s Vineyard is the best place to go.
Vatican City, Rome, Italy
For those who have always dreamed of being as cool as James Bond, now is your chance to at least pose like him.
Spectre, the 2015 James Bond movie, filmed partly in Vatican City but be careful if you’re behind the wheel.
Spectre’s chief stunt coordinator Gary Powell told Event magazine: in 2015 “We set a record for smashing up cars on Spectre – seven Aston Martins in all.”
He added: “In Rome, we wrecked millions of pounds’ worth of cars. They were going into the Vatican at top speeds of 110 mph.
“There was a risk of skidding into the Vatican – that would have been catastrophic, but the sequence went without problems.”
La La Land: Filmed at the Griffith Observatory in LA
Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles, United States of America
La La Land may now be most famous for its unfortunate Oscar mishap when they prematurely received the Best Picture award when it should have gone to Moonlight.
The Griffith Observatory in Los Angeles features prominently in the Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling musical-movie.
But La La Land isn’t the only movie to make use of the magical location.
Transformers, The Terminator, and Rebel Without a Cause all used the location prominently.
Monument Valley, Arizona, United States of America
Not only did Forrest Gump famously run through Momunemtn Valley, but the dystopian HBO series Westworld was also shot there.
Whatever movie or show you want to disappear into, these locations are the exact place to do so.
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