The Ultimate Film Fan Holiday


For the film fanatic there’s only one way to get truly immersed in the films they love – simply visit the famous worldwide locations where blockbuster films were captured to reels of film. For many this poses a logistical nightmare, but now it’s made easy. The ultimate holiday itinerary has been put together to visit 20 of the most famous film locations across 10 countries that’s guaranteed to light up the faces of discerning gents with a penchant for film and an eye for luxury travel.



From Hugh Grant’s Notting Hill bookshop in London, marching the rugged landscapes of Glencoe in Scotland from Braveheart, the romantic Trevi Fountain in Italy from La Dolce Vita, the vivid red planes of the Wadi Rum Desert from Laurence of Arabia or the stunning hedonistic island of Koh Phi Phi Leh from The Beach – these are just some of the sights you’ll witness. The unique trip takes in a myriad of lands and cultures, taking three months to complete – so clear the diary now.



The trip costs £198,000 per couple and includes all the essentials a discerning gent needs when travelling including business class flights between locations and stays in the five-star suites of renowned hotels around the world including Hotel Bel Air on Los Angeles, Gleneagles Hotel in Scotland and the Mandarin Oriental in Tokyo. Private guided tours are provided for each location so don’t worry too much if your memories of these classic films are a little hazy, there’s plenty of time to replay famous scenes by re-watching on the flights in-between.


Here’s the full film-buff itinerary:


  1. ‘When Harry Met Sally’, Katz’s Deli, New York, USA
  2. ‘Breakfast at Tiffany’s’, Tiffany’s, New York, USA
  3. ‘The Graduate’, United Methodist Church of La Verne, California, USA
  4. ‘Alcatraz’, San Francisco, USA
  5. ‘The Italian Job’, Church of Gran Madre Di Dio, Turin, Italy
  6. ‘La Dolce Vita’, The Trevi Fountain, Rome, Italy
  7. ‘The Motorcycle Diaries’, Maccu Pichu, Peru
  8. ‘Laurence of Arabia’, Wadi Rum Desert, Jordan
  9. ‘Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade’, Petra, Jordan
  10. ‘The Beach’, Koh Phi Phi Leh, Thailand
  11. ‘Notting Hill’, Bookshop, Notting Hill, London, UK
  12. ‘Braveheart’, Glen Coe, Scotland, UK
  13. ‘Amelie’ the apartment, Montmartre, Paris, France
  14. ‘Last Tango in Paris’, the apartment, Paris, France
  15. ‘Lost in Translation’, Park Hyatt Hotel, Tokyo, Japan
  16. ‘The Last Samaurai’, ImperialPalace, Kyoto, Japan
  17. ‘Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon’, Wudang Monastery, Wudang, China
  18. ‘The Last Emperor’, Forbidden City, Beijing, China
  19. ‘Priscilla Queen of the Desert’, Lassaters Casino, Alice Springs, Australia
  20. ‘The Matrix’, Fake Metropilis, Sydney, Australia



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Amit Chakravarty

Amit Chakravarty

Amit has a refined taste for all things luxury lifestyle, with a particular penchant for men’s style. He’s keen on the latest watches – especially classic timepieces, new drinks, luxury travel, fine dining, executive technology, new gadgets and sports for the discerning gent.