Set Jetting is a phrase that describes visiting places because they were used in film and TV productions. The phenomenon has been around for a long time but more and more locations are starting to shout about their involvement in movies in an effort to increase awareness and encourage visitors.
Many national tourism departments now co-ordinate information on which places have been used in recent and upcoming productions and those places will often host themed events to hook into those keen to walk in the footsteps of the stars.
Set Jetting, it seems, is now moving from a niche market into the global mainstream.
This GQ article shows the economic impact that set jetting can have on a town. In this case it relates to Osuna, a Spanish town that was having a
Most film sets are on land, some far inland, but that doesn’t mean you can’t cruise to the locations. That’s certainly something Fred Olsen Cruises offer with their UK
Scotland has played a part in a surprising number of films, from the obvious (Braveheart, Trainspotting, Highlander) to the less obvious (Mission Impossible, Captain America, The Dark Knight Rises).