The most popular film location on the island is the scenic Kualoa Ranch Private Nature Reserve, a 4,000-acre reserve and working cattle ranch located on the windward side of the island.
The setting of Vis offers a scenic escape for those at home, with cinematography which showcases the island’s colourful and quaint architecture, stunning shorelines, and glowing sunsets.
The Valley of Fire is known for its stunning red sandstone formations which illuminate the valley as the Nevada sun sets, and Transformers captures the dramatic essence of the destination’s oldest State Park.
Forrest Gump is a good choice for those wanting to experience a taste of Santa Monica’s laid-back Californian beach atmosphere.
The city usually treats around 10,000 music fans to live classical music performances each night at venues including the famous Vienna State Opera, which viewers can get a magnificent glimpse of in Mission Impossible.