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TRAVEL POSTERS BASED ON FICTIONAL FILM LOCATIONS

Palm Trees SunOur good friends over at AccorHotels have created a series of five travel posters in order to showcase how they’d promote some of the destinations featured on the silver screen. So if you’re titivated about a trip to Titan, or pleased about a picnic near Pride Rock, then, by all means, feel free to check them out...





Titan (Avengers: Endgame)

Titan, the birthplace of the almighty Thanos, is a rich, beautiful planet that’s steeped in over 750,000 years of history, ranging from the intergalactic civil war that eventually spawned The Eternals, all the way to the meditative colony we all know and love today. So if you’re in the mood to explore the ancient ruins of this once thriving, civilized world, then prepare yourself for a long day sightseeing that could end in a snap.


AVENGERS | Titan


Green Hill (Sonic)

If you’re a fairly athletic individual who’s always on the lookout for somewhere that's both sporty and scenic, then please consider paying a visit to Green Hill! After all, it’s a very picturesque location that’s perpetually garnished with lush rolling meadows, towering palm trees, crumbling cliffs, and cascading waterfalls. But please be warned, the evil Doctor Robotnik could be lurking behind the nearest well-cut hedge or well-placed boulder, so keep your wits about you and make sure he doesn’t ruin your trip!


SONIC | Green Hill


Arendelle (Frozen 2)

For the first time in over 13 years, the Arendelle Royal Family have decided to open their doors and allow the general public to enter their grand and illustrious castle. So to ensure a place in one of their guided tours, book now to see secret passageways, elegant ballrooms, or anything else they might have concealed within their cold concrete courtyards. Overall, Arendelle Castle is one magical place, and I’m sure you won’t be bothered by the snow.


FROZEN 2 | Arendelle


Pride Rock (The Lion King)

No trip to the Pride Lands is complete without a journey to the top of Pride Rock. Not only because it boasts breathtaking views that look out over the entire kingdom, but in addition to this, there’s also a pretty good chance that you’d get to meet the King. A King, I hasten to add, who’s as honorable as the land he presides over.


THE LION KING | Pride Rock


Apocalypseburg (Lego Movie 2)

Visit Apocalypseburg and see how much things have changed since the horrific events of Taco Tuesday. Well, when those pesky invaders from the planet Duplo destroyed everything in the vicinity, unfortunately, the whole place quickly descended into complete and utter chaos. But don’t worry, if you’re anything like Emmet, you‘d have the courage, the creativity, and the master building skills to put everything back together again. Awesome.


LEGO MOVIE 2 | Apocalypseburg

In closing, I’d like to thank AccorHotels for allowing me to showcase their series of travel posters, before encouraging you to check out their official website and facebook page.

TRAVEL POSTERS BASED ON FICTIONAL FILM LOCATIONS TRAVEL POSTERS BASED ON FICTIONAL FILM LOCATIONS Reviewed by David Andrews on November 07, 2019 Rating: 5

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