BUCKET LIST: Movie Locations You Can Visit

There are several well-known movie locations that you may actually visit. You may therefore recreate the enchantment of the film even though you might not actually be a magician or an archaeologist looking for lost wealth. Here are 51 well-known movie locations that you should add to your list of must-visit locales for the year, so pack your bags and get ready for an adventure right from the big screen.

Christ Church College, Oxford: You would travel to Pennsylvania if you wanted to pay respects to the inn where Bill Murray kept awakening in "Groundhog Day." Wrong. The picture-perfect inn is in Illinois, and yes, you can actually stay there. It just goes to show that movie makers will use their imagination to locate the ideal shooting locales for their productions. After all, how well a movie's set corresponds to its tale might influence the audience's ability to suspend disbelief. Check out our list of 50 iconic movie locations to see where some of your favourite movies were filmed if you've ever wondered where they were. You might want to add some of these places to your trip wish list.

Pangong Lake, Ladakh: Over time, this place has gained notoriety as Bollywood films have compelled many non-travelers to pack their bags and head to Pangong Lake to take in its beauty. This site ought to be on your bucket list if you enjoyed the final scene from 3 Idiots or the setting of the Jab Tak Hai Jaan moment where SRK saves Anushka Sharma. Pangong Lake is frequented by tourists and Indian filmmakers despite the unfavourable weather.

Gulmarg, Kashmir: Kashmir has been a source of fascination for Bollywood for a very long time. Kashmir continues to be a favourite in Bollywood today. Many people have been motivated to leave their comfort zones and travel to this beautiful location by the depictions of it in movies. Haider, Highway, Rockstar, and many other films have only served to deepen our love for Kashmir.

Nijo Castle, Kyoto, Japan: The locations for the Leonardo DiCaprio psychological thriller were remarkably genuine, despite the fact that most of the action occurs in viewers' subconscious minds. The actors and crew travelled to six nations on four continents to film it, with Kyoto's Nijo Castle serving as one of its most well-known locations.

Glenfinnan Viaduct, Scotland, UK: The Glenfinnan Viaduct, also referred to as the Harry Potter Bridge by many (including Google), is a sight to behold. It is encircled by beautiful vegetation, and a historic old church is not far away. And fortunately for you, JK Rowling lover, a parking lot provides quick access to the bridge.

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