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NEW Downton Abbey

With the release of the new movie, once again Downton Abbey is making us swoon. The iconic house which has contained drama and many secrets over the years is undoubtedly the star location.



Big Little Lies

As the second season of everyone’s favourite California drama, Big Little Lies, returns to our screens this week, we’ve highlighted some of the incredible Californian destinations that feature within the hit series. Here is how you can have your very own Big Little Lies inspired road trip.


HBO’s acclaimed miniseries Chernobyl has been all the talk among movie-lovers and historians recently. The show depicts the morning of 27 April 1986 in Soviet Ukraine, and the events that followed. However, Chernobyl wasn’t filmed entirely in Ukraine. In fact, the perfect locations were captured in different parts of Lithuania.

Mary Queen of Scots
Mary Queen of Scots - which stars Saoirse Ronan as the titular Queen, and Margot Robbie as her second cousin and rival monarch Elizabeth I – inspires renewed interest in a tumultuous period of British history and offers the perfect excuse to explore Scotland. 

War and Peace
The BBC’s adaptation of Tolstoy’s ‘War and Peace’  is taking the world by (snow) storm and is being show almost simultaneously across the world.

Game of Thrones filming locations

We wouldn't want to visit Westeros and Essos, the fictional continents in Game of Thrones, even if we could (even weddings aren't off limits for bloodshed). But for fans of the TV show, its exotic setting can leap off the screen when you whisk off to these castle-themed hotels in the fantasy series' filming locations.

Tomb Raider

Are you a set-jetter, one of a multiplying breed of tourists that base their travel plans on film locations. From Bridget Jones' Diary to Lord of the Rings to Eat Pray Love to The Beach TLTB's takes a look at the places to go to recreate your favourite films.
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