Visit Cinema’s Most Memorable Locations

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Ever wondered what it would be like to eat breakfast at Tiffany’s, spend a day in paradise on the pure shores of The Beach or even enter The Matrix? Some of the most intriguing locations in the world come to our attention in the films that we watch, but most of us will only ever experience these extraordinary places via cinema or TV screens.

This just won’t cut it for some of us. Luckily, a unique travel opportunity has arisen courtesy of one-off experience connoisseurs VeryFirstTo.com and luxury travel company Unmissable. This silver-screen tour visits 10 countries around the globe and stops off at 20 locations that rose to fame through their inclusion in iconic movies.

Over the course of three months, you will be flown business class to stay in luxury suites at world class hotels including Hotel Bel Air (Los Angeles), Gleneagles Hotel (Scotland), Four Seasons (Paris) and the Mandarin Oriental (Tokyo). The ultimate film buff pilgrimage doesn’t come cheap at £198,000 per person, but megafans willing to pay the price will never forget the A-list experience of being jetted around while using the spots that immortalised stars from Audrey Hepburn to Leonardo DiCaprio as pins in their maps.

The full list of film locations is as follows:
When Harry Met Sally, Katz’s Deli, New York, USA
Breakfast at Tiffany’s, Tiffany’s, New York, USA
The Graduate, United Methodist Church of La Verne, California, USA
Alcatraz, San Francisco, USA
The Italian Job, Church of Gran Madre Di Dio, Turin, Italy
La Dolce Vita, The Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy
The Motorcycle , Maccu Pichu, Peru
Laurence of Arabia, Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade, Petra, Jordan
The Beach, Ko Phi Phi Leh, Thailand
Notting Hill, Bookshop, Notting Hill, London, UK
Braveheart, Glen Coe, Scotland, UK
Amelie, the apartment, Montmartre, Paris, France
Last Tango in Paris, the apartment, Paris, France
Lost in Translation, Park Hyatt Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
The Last Samaurai, Imperial Palace, Kyoto, Japan
Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon, Wudang Monastery, Wudang, China
The Last Emperor, Forbidden City, Beijing, China
Priscilla Queen of the Desert, Lassaters Casino, Alice Springs, Australia
The Matrix, Fake Metropilis, Sydney, Australia

Want to enquire about this ultimate film fan experience? Find out more on VeryFirstTo.com.

Photo credit: Daniel Wabyick

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