When you are on holiday, what better time to go and visit some of your favourite film locations? Visiting different film locations can be one of the best ways to inspire your travelling. Actually, there is even a term people refer to, which is called set-jetting. Set-jetting refers to when people go and visit different locations, due to a book or film that was set within the area. There are many people who will travel during their holiday to a certain location in order to see the area in which the film was filmed. Depending on the location that you are planning on visiting, you can either plan a road trip or take a plane to that location. In some instances, people find that even taking part of the trip as a road trip is a nice compliment to their holiday. This way you have the option to see many other things along the way while you are on your trip. If you are travelling with others, you could plan the trip so that you are stopping at other areas that people want to go. If you want to keep costs down, you could plan on bringing a tent and camping out at different places along the way. Stopping at different areas of interest are sure to make the trip even better. You can easily do this by mapping out the location and then seeing the types of things that are going to be along the way. Maybe this may include some historical sites, or areas of interest. Maybe you could even find some places that are known for their food. A visit to your favourite film locations can become one type of experience that everyone will remember for a long time to come. Ultimately, it all comes down to the planning. If you take the time to map out everything, then you can stop at many different areas that others or yourself may want to visit. This way, you are taking the time to accommodate everyone's needs and wants. By doing this, there is less of a chance that anyone will be complaining or upset that you did not stop somewhere they wanted to go. Therefore, it is important to get together with all of the people you will travel with during holiday and find out the different areas that people want to stop. Ask everyone if there is a particular place they want to stop and find out the places that someone definitely does not want to miss. Also, think about the areas that you want to stop on the way there. But above all you want to have fun, as you do with any holiday. By fitting in a trip to see where your favourite movie was made around other activities whilst away you can enjoy a really memorable trip. Do some research on your surroundings, see what you can find and take a trip down and maybe recreate your favourite scenes and stand in the footsteps of your silver screen heroes. Vincent Rogers is a freelance writer living in the UK. He regularly contributes articles for TheMovieMap, who provide online Film Locations.