Vacation Hotspots Shown on Popular TV Shows
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. It would be like hitting two birds in one stone as you will experience an amazing vacation in a new environment as well as savor the experience of staying in the same location as your favorite celebrities who made the awesome television shows that you love.
In the first season of the Walking Dead, the state of Georgia has been chosen as the place for most of the scenes. By the very first part of the episode the Atlanta skyline has been featured as the protagonist rides his horse down the motorway. Georgia has a lot of good places to go to and one night is not enough, apartments in LaGrange would be the most sensible choice to rent for accommodation as the place has been known to be quiet, peaceful and accessible. Many people actually prefer the quiet and peace in the residences and apartments in LaGrange, Georgia than the hurry and scurry of the 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.
The Game of Thrones Location for Some Scenes
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. A lot of tours are already available which are also under the production companies for fans that would love to experience the feels that this popular TV show have amazingly depicted on screen. It starts in Belfast to take the sights of the castle of Winterfell to the coast and the Dark hedges. If you love to experience the activities in Game of Thrones such as Archery or spending time with the direwolves, it is actually possible 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. Having a heavenly vacation in paradise is a dream come true, not to mention you will be experiencing how it feels to be a Lost survivor (kidding).