Fictional Places We Wish We Could Visit
May your dreams of sitting the Hogwarts hallway come true!
Do you often find yourself wishing to visit the Hogwarts school of magic? Or maybe the chocolate factory of Willy Wonka? Over the years, there have been many iconic fictional places that fans have been obsessed about and dreamt of visiting one day. While some of these dreamy fictional places have been made into real life tourist attractions, others still remain as a figment of our imagination. Be it Bilbo Baggins’ house in the Shire or the dreadful Gotham City where Batman fights crime, these fictional places are great escape from our monotonous daily lives. Just dreaming of visiting these someday can light up our day. Here are some fictional places that everyone wishes they could visit.
Hogwarts School Of Witchcraft And Wizardry
For all those of us who have grown up reading and devouring every moment of the Harry Potter books, visiting the Hogwarts School would be a dream come true. All Potterheads dream of receiving a letter from an owl one day giving them the chance to study magic in Hogwarts. Imagine yourself roaming around the hallways of Hogwarts, taking the moving stairs and listening to the fat lady. Hogwarts is the safest place in the world of witchcraft and wizardry and it would be cool if we could visit it one day and take in all its magic.
Although, Gotham City is not the ideal place to live in, but who would not want to live in a city where Batman fights crime. The rampant crime and antics of Joker and other criminals make it one of the most unsafe fictional places. Even then, one would not like to let go of the opportunity to stay in the same city where the Dark Knight protects the city and its people from crime. Moreover, most of the greatest villains of DC live in Gotham and you would not like to miss that!
The city of the God of Lightning and Thunder, Asgard is one of more gorgeous and mesmerizing fictional places ever created. Asgard is the home of Odin, Thor, Loki and the other Norse Gods and can only be accessed through the Bifrost Bridge hoarded by the blind Heimdall who sees through everything that is about to befall the beautiful city. With some of the most splendid architecture, who wouldn’t want to visit Asgard?