Redwoods National Park - The Redwoods National Park in California served as the forest moon of Endor in the Star Wars Episode VI: Return of the Jedi. The ground portion of the Battke of Endor was shot at the park. The famous speeder bike chase to destroy the Death Star shield generator was shot at this very park. Star Wars fans should visit the Grizzly Creek and the Avenues of the Giants highways. Here they will find several landmarks from the original movie.
Lake Como, Italy - In the Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones, Anakin Skywalker and Padmé Amidala gets married at the mansion Villa del Balbianello in Lake Como, Italy. The same place was also used in the last scene of the James Bond Movie - Casino Royale.
Finse, Norway - In the Hardangerjokulen Glacier of Norway, the famous icy waste of planet Hoth was shot. Finse is very remote place in Norway and it is little famous among the skiers. The accommodation facilities are also very limited here.
Sidi Driss - This small underground hotel in Matmata, Tunisia served as the home of Lule Skywalker on the Tatooine planet in the Star Wars trilogy. The sci fi caves shown in the movie were real locations in the town of Matmata, Tunisia.
Seville, Spain - Plaza de Espana in the Seville city of Spain was shown in the movie Star Wars Episode 2: Attack of the Clones, when Senator Amidala returns to her home planet Naboo. Today this building serves as the government offices. Some scenes from the movie Lawrence of Arabia were also fimed at the Plaza de Espana.
tags: Star Wars, Anakin Skywalker, Redwoods National Park, Endor, Lake Como, Padme Amidala, Hotel Sidi Driss, Matmata, Tunisia, Seville, Spain