Popular movies can and do inspire people to travel. Here are some companies that can help you follow the footsteps of your favorite films.
The Da Vinci Code starred Tom Hanks and Audrey Tautou, takes them through religious sites in England, Scotland, Malta, and France.
At the Temple Church in London, you can hear the Master of the Temple speak about the Da Vinci Code on select Fridays, and admission is just $7.50.
In Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man’s Chest, Johnny Depp’s character swashbuckles through the Caribbean, including Titou Gorge, Hampstead Beach, and the Pagua River.
Jungle Trekking Adventures and Safaris runs a full-day “Trailing the Pirates’ Treasures” tour for $110, and just $55 for children under 12.
In Marie Antoinette, Kirsten Dunst plays the queen of France, bored in her palace of Versailles. You can be queen for a day there with $20 one-day passes to all of Versailles, including an audio guide.
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