Real-Life Beautiful “Places in Disney Movies” You Can Visit in Real World

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Here are some surreal and real-life places that really fit into the enchanting Disney fairy tales – The magic of Disney movies Real World has a way of making us believe in surreal kingdoms and palaces movies, and has inspired children for generations. But, did you know that the castles and castles in the movies are inspired by real-life landscapes, villages, and castles? Here are some surreal and real-life places that really fit into Disney enchanting fairy tales as reported by the Times of India:

Mulan: Forbidden City, Beijing

The Imperial City of Mulan served as the home for the Emperor of China, while the city palace and gates were designed after the Forbidden City in Beijing. As per reports, the Chinese emperor used to live in the UNESCO protected complex from 1420 to 1912, which has now been converted into a museum displaying ancient art and artifacts.

Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs Movies: Alcázar of Segovia, Spain

The Evil Queen Castle from the movie Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs is modeled after Spain Alcázar de Segovia, and is located on a hilltop. What makes the Alcazar de Segovia unique and different from other castles is that most of the castles are built in places that offer the advantage of natural defense, the Alcazar of Segovia is built on a large stone promontory shaped like the bow of a ship.

Frozen: St Olaf Church, Balestrand, Norway

Built in 1897, St Olaf Church is a 19th-century church in Norway, which inspired the chapel where Elsa coronation from Frozen took place. It also interesting to note that the name of the church also inspired the name of everyone favorite snowman.

Aladdin: Taj Mahal, India

The Sultan Palace in Aladdin is inspired by India magnificent Taj Mahal. Considered one of the finest structures of Mughal architecture, it features elements from Indian, Persian and Islamic architectural styles. Built over 22 years and made of white marble, the structure almost seems to glow in the moonlight, with the sparkling Yamuna river flowing nearby, and is a sight to behold.

Sleeping Beauty: Neuschwanstein Castle, Germany

Neuschwanstein Castle is a dream-like castle in the German Alps that inspired Walt Disney to create the incredibly beautiful castle in the movie Sleeping Beauty. Located in the German Alps, Neuschwanstein castle is a work of art, with murals lining the walls. His attention to detail and art inspired Disney to model the castles of the movies that followed. In short, the original owner of the castle, like Disney, was a creative person and a dreamer. If you have ever wanted to visit this castle, you can now as it is open to the public.

Finding Nemo: Sydney, Australia

If you have ever watched this movie, perhaps the address ‘P Sherman 42 Wallaby Way Sydney‘ is etched in your mind, which is also the plot of the movie. Even though the address is not the actual address, the place depicted in the movie, Sydney, is a very real place, which you can visit during your trip to Australia. In addition, among other real-life places featured in this Disney movie, you can see an accurate illustration of the iconic Sydney Opera.

Ratatouille: Paris, France

Set in Paris, this movie celebrates French culture. Real World Ratatouille is one of the most adorable Disney movies. This movie features a touching story about a little mouse who dreams of becoming a chef. This movie takes you past some of Paris’ most iconic landmarks, the Moulin Rouge, the Seine River and the Eiffel Tower. So, if you are also interested in the beauty of this destination, make sure you visit it at least once.

Beauty and the Beast: Eguisheim, France

If you’ve ever seen the movie Beauty and the Beast, you might want to take a trip to this picturesque village. If so, we bring you a place that can serve that purpose. While it never been determined which French village was the sole inspiration, it likely that Disney animators were inspired by the many areas of France Alsace region, Eguisheim, in particular.

Located near France border with Germany, it is famous for its curvy streets, vineyards, ancient curvy streets, and distinct half-timbered architecture.