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Fictional Places From TV and Movies We’d Want to Vacation at in Real Life

Some fictional places from popular TV shows and movies look so amazing. These places obviously don’t exist in the real world, as they were wonderful imaginings brought to life on the small and big screen. But that doesn’t mean we can’t dream. These are the fictional places from TV shows and movies that would make the most amazing vacation destinations.

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Ryme City

This is one of the most magical fictional places fans of the Pokémon franchise have been dreaming of for years. In the new Pokémon Detective Pikachu live-action movie, Ryme City is a wonderful city where Pokémon and humans live and work together in harmony. This fictional city has got so many references to the popular Pokémon franchise that it would make for a great vacation destination if it existed in real life, where you can explore and discover fun references and encounter new Pokémon throughout the city.

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This futuristic-looking city has many flashing neon signs indicating all the entertainment and food spots around. From coffee cafes to karaoke bars, Ryme City is one of those fictional places that has it all including cute, cool and sometimes a little frightening Pokémon you can encounter everywhere.

The Good Place

Basically one of the most heavenly fictional destinations out there. The Good Place, like Kristen Bell’s character Eleanor Shellstrop shows in the TV show, is a place you want to definitely go to. It would be an ideal vacation destination, where you can hang out in a cute little place where everyone’s super nice.

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As the name suggests, you’ll only be exposed to everything that’s pure and good. Sometimes things might get a little thrilling, but you’re already deceased, so you can’t be too scared right? Also, you can eat all the frozen yogurt you want. The best part might be your own personal assistant, Janice, who can give you anything you want.

Jurassic Park

It’s probably one of the most famous fictional places ever brought to life on the big screen by Steven Spielberg all the way back in 1993. Even though we know how dangerous it would be, you have to admit it, if Jurassic Park or Jurassic World, which was introduced in the 2015-movie, existed in real life, you’d probably love to visit it.

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Jurassic Park is a franchise that has captivated the world for so long that if it were to ever be scientifically possible to recreate it, tickets will sell better than any other resort in the world. Even though there’s a huge risk involved, people would probably love the sense of danger and excitement.

Bikini Bottom

You might need to wear a scuba suit, but this fictional underwater city from the SpongeBob franchise would be an awesome vacation destination if it existed in real life. Not only could you go hang out with SpongeBob himself in his Pineapple house, you could also do a ton of other fun things in Bikini Bottom.

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You could grab a Krabby Patty from Mr. Krab’s joint, the Krusty Krab. Other attractions include a couple’s parking spot, Make Out Reef, the ski resort Sand Mountain or you can have a drink at The Salty Spitoon.


It’s one of the most famous fictional places to ever be created. It took James Cameron many years to bring the world of Pandora to life in the 2009 smash hit movie, Avatar. Pandora would be an insanely awesome vacation destination as it has everything you could ever dream of. It has beautiful beaches, mountains, and lush forests filled with stunning plants and beautiful creatures.

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If you fell in love with Pandora and all its natural beauty that’s completely out of this world, you can visit a real-life version of it. Disney World’s Animal Kingdom has an attraction called Pandora: The World of Avatar.

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Which fictional destinations from TV shows and movies would you choose as the perfect vacation destination? Drop us a comment below and let us know.

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