- Multiple locations were used for the filming of Star Wars saga.
- All these locations now have turned into a mecca for the fans
- Here we take you through ten of these must-visit locations.
For all hardcore Star Wars fans, save a SpaceX trip to galaxies and visit these stunning, actual locations, filmed in various places around the world.
Wadi Rum, a sandstone valley in southern Jordan. This ghostly desert will remind some action in the popular Star War spin-off, Rogue One. You will more likely travel on the camel's back rather than spaceship, but the extraordinary landscape will give you one of the lifetime experience
Ksar Ouled Soltane in Tataouine, southern Tunisia. Built by the Berber people in the 15th century, the site was where the slave quarters of Mos Espa in Episode 1: The Phantom Menace was shot.
The Royal Palace of Caserta was built in the mid-18th century. This magnificent structure served as the royal palace of Naboo in the movie, where Luke and Leia's mother Amidala lived.
The Plaza de Espana in Seville, situated in southern Spain, was built in 1928 in Renaissance Revival style. It was featured as the Capital of Naboo.
Grindelwald, the Bernese Alps offers world class skiing and hiking experience. It was featured as Princess Leia’s home planet Alderaan in Episode 3: Revenge of the Sith.
The ancient Mayan temples surrounded by lush green forest in Tikal was built in 400BC. This unusual structure was featured in Star Wars: A New Hope.
The Hardangerjøkulen Glacier near the village Finse was used for the classic snow battle scene between Luke skywalker's Rebel Alliance and Darth Vader's Imperial army on the ice planet of Hoth in Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back.
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Canary Wharf tube station in London, it’s futuristic built appeared in Rouge One, where the platforms were turned into the Imperial base.
Guilin is known for its limestone karst mountains in southern China. The picturesque landscape appeared in Episode 3 as the backdrop for the Wookiee planet Kashyyyk.
Death Valley National Park, California. The mesmerising dry gullies and wind-sculpted ridges were used as the establishing shot of Mos Eisley in Episode IV: A New Hope.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:40 PM