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5 Movie inspired destinations to visit this SPRING

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5 MOVIE INSPIRED DESTINATIONS TO VISIT THIS SPRING

What's more enjoyable when looking at a movie than to fully transpose the space and surroundings of that movie. A continuous journey to all these amazing places that we definitely need to check on our bucket list. This time we made our top 5 movie destinations, featuring spectacular views and picked them up as the ultimate holiday destinations for 2018 spring time.
So, let’s begin the adventure!

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME

Enchanting Italy is always a good idea for being discovered at any time of the year, but especially in Spring, when nature pops it’s pastels and everything becomes fairy-like.

"Once I realized that I couldn’t afford it and didn’t really want it for my life" (he already has an apartment in an impressive, equally venerable Baroque palazzo outside Milan) "I knew where I was going to set the action of the film—this place with faded, aristocratic charm, that a professor and his wife might have inherited but can’t quite keep up.” - tells Guadagnino for Architectural Digest

‘Call me by your name’, Luca Guadagnino’s movie is certainly one of the most intense movies of 2018. And when it comes to the movie set, the Italian director knew the perfect location - a savage, well-worn 17th-century villa in Lombardy region.

"I had known that house for many years; I even dreamed of buying that house" - Guadagnino tells for an interview in Architectural Digest

Thanks to Violante Visconti di Modrone (as her name tells she is the daughter of an Italian duke) the shabby-chic decoration was created one hundred percent in line with the reality of a family without much money, but a lucky legacy.

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The Lomabardy region is definitely a must for this spring holiday. It is also a MUST for a pair of sunglasses to match such a location, so here is a selection of eyewear from our curated gallery, especially for a holiday in northeastern Italy.

CASABLANCA

To a romantic, Casablanca is a mythical place that exists in a dream inspired by the 1942 film starring Ingrid Bergman and Humphrey Bogart. You can head to Casablanca, Morocco with the intention of experiencing some of the movie’s locations, however you’ll will most likely leave disappointed. The movie Casablanca was actually filmed on a soundstage in Hollywood and the real Casablanca is often overlooked by tourists who gravitate to Marrakech and Fez.

Still, diehard fans can venture to Casablanca and find some mementos from the film, as there’s a replica of Rick’s Cafe set up in the city.

Casablanca is a city for travelers who like blend in and feel like a local, rather than a tourist, and who want to experience the present as well as learn about the past. Don't forget your shades at home because Morocco is a sunny city!

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Casablanca, Morocco's most populous city, forces its visitors to make an effort in order to discover its hidden details. Once you get beneath the surface, you’ll see that Casablanca’s mix of grit and style feels a lot like Los Angeles.

A GOOD YEAR

Another spring trip idea is ravishing Provence. If you plan on a trip to the lavender and good wine land, do not miss - we repeat - do not miss some of the areas where the ‘A good year’ movie was made. The movie was filmed in the region of Provence called the Luberon.

Check out below our sunglasses selection from sunglasscurator.com for your spring Provence vacation.

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Hilltop villages, fruit orchards, lavender fields; the Luberon has an abundance of natural beauty and is an area of Provence not to be missed. Also don’t forget that Luberon is one of the regions where you can find the famous lavender fields, that bloom from June to August.

Château la Canorgue, just outside the village of Bonnieux, was used as the vineyard in the film. Gordes is where Max (Russell Crowe) meets his love interest Fanny (Marion Cotillard).
The Le Renaissance bar is the setting for their first date in the main square and also the small lake in the centre of Cucuron.

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We interrupt this program for a little advice: your skin is your best suit! Whether on vacation or running busy in the concrete jungle, always practice safe sun.

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A BIGGER SPLASH

The island of Pantelleria is one of the Mediterranean’s least-known holiday spots. The new Luca Guadagnino film: ‘A Bigger Splash’, takes place on the sun-blanketed Mediterranean isle somewhere between Sicily and Tunisia, more specific at Il Dammuso D'Autore Villa.
The black pearl of the Mediterranean boasts thermal springs, lava sculptures and natural swimming pools.

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Here is the eclectic selection of sunglasses for the edenic travel location.

‘A Bigger Splash’ is a new psychological thriller starring Ralph Fiennes, Tilda Swinton, Matthias Schoenaerts and Dakota Johnson. Swinton plays a rock star whose holiday with her boyfriend is interrupted by the arrival of her ex – Ralph Fiennes.


The movie is a remake of the 1969 film La Piscine, but the action has been transplanted from the south of France to this stunning Sicilian island.

EX MACHINA

We are changing the climate and going north with the Alex Garland’s movie Ex Machina. In the 2015 film a neurotic tech billionaire creates an artificially intelligent humanoid robot inside his mansion in the woods.

Here are some crisp eyewear pieces for your savage and peaceful surroundings.

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Among beautiful Alicia Vikander, the real star of this film was Nathan’s (Gleeson) remote hideaway, which, in reality, is the Juvet Landscape Hotel in Norway. That’s right, folks: you can actually stay at this breathtaking glass property, which is situated quite literally in the woods. As the surrounding nature is an integral part of the experience of staying at Juvet, which is tucked inside a rural village surrounded by mountains and a river.

The clean lines of the furniture, huge windows and spectacular views make Nathan’s home incredibly appealing, as if the tasteful surface is there to distract you from something dark roiling underneath.

Sources: travelandleisure.com, architecturedigest.com, the telegraph.co.uk, vickiarcher.com, completefrance.com

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