Destinations for Vacations as Seen on Popular TV Series
If you are a person who loves traveling and watching television series then you will love this list of vacation hotspots used as settings for various well known TV shows. The sceneries that you can see on television would be more awesome if seen in person and experienced in person But those countries are also capitalizing on this exposure and, in many cases, providing tours through some of the real-life locations they feature. Here are just some of the places you might consider taking a vacation to that you’ve probably seen gracing your television screen too..
If you are a fan of the ever popular series by AMC, the Walking Dead, then you would notice Georgia, Atlanta as the place wherein most of the scenes of this famous TV series were shot during the initial seasons of the Walking Dead. By the very first part of the episode the Atlanta skyline has been featured as the protagonist rides his horse down the motorway. Not only that, Georgia has a lot of sights to behold that you cannot just stay there in one day, which is which you can stay at the apartments in LaGrange, a peaceful city in Georgia known for their museums. The peace and quiet of houses and apartments in LaGrange are much preferable than the fast paced living of its city center. The Bellwood Quarry for example was used for the scene when the main character reunited with his family in season one, and do you know that this was also the place used for popular TV shows: Stranger Things and The Vampire Diaries? So, it is triple the awesome. Woodbury in Georgia was also chosen for several scenes in the second and third seasons in The Walking Dead.
You may have noticed already that some of the places in Game of Thrones particularly in Winterfell and King’s Landing were in Northern Ireland. Tours partly owned by the production company allows the fans to experience and see in person the castle of Winterfell and the places wherein popular scenes were shot. And if you are up to Archery and sword fighting then you can try some activities that are included with one of the tours.
If you want some re-tracing of the characters in Lost as they went through waking up from the plane crash and getting stranded in an unfamiliar island, you would love how adventurous it sounds but of course minus the danger because these scenes are shot in the paradise beaches of Hawaii. For beach lovers out there, Hawaii is a great vacation destination to spend your time relaxing and thinking of nothing but having fun with loved ones or pampering yourself as well as seeing the location of Lost scenes in person.