Imagine having Breakfast at Tiffany’s to fuel up for an afternoon adventure in Petra, Indiana Jones-style? Then ending the day with a dreamy sunset on The Beach in Thailand? Hardcore (wealthy) movie buffs can now live out their dreams with a 90-day itinerary by Very First To. The extensive trip—which visits 20 famous film sets across 10 countries—costs a hefty $321,000. But the price tag does come with perks: business-class flights for two for the full three months; overnight stays in lavish hotels like London’s The Savoy and the Hotel Bel-Air in L.A.; and of course, serious bragging rights.
Other bucket-list stops include China’s Forbidden City (The Last Emporer), Rome’s Trevi Fountain (La Dolce Vita), and the expansive sands of the Wadi Rum desert in Jordan (pictured; Lawrence of Arabia). So what are your thoughts—overrated Hollywood vacation or the perfect agenda for a couple of star-struck fans?
Maria Pedone is on the digital team at Travel + Leisure. Follow her on Twitter at @mariapedestrian.