A new comedy romantic movie ‘Love In The Villa’ starring Vampire Diaries’ ‘Kat Graham’ has attracted the attention of spectators. With such a compelling story, the audience is incredibly curious about the filming locations.
After a relationship breakdown, a young woman travels to romantic Verona, Italy, only to discover that the villa she booked has been double-booked, and she will have to share her get away with a cynical British man.
There’s also another excellent movie fact. The actress who plays ‘Cassie’ is Tom Hopper’s real-life wife. Let us now explore the filming location.
‘Love In The Villa’ Filming Locations
The movie premiered on September 1, 2022, on Netflix. The movie was actually shot in Verona, Veneto, Italy. The principal photography for Love In The Villa started in late September 2021 and was concluded in November 2021.
The cast of the movie posted about their incredible experience after the filming wrapped.
“Verona was already my favorite place in the world, which is also really strange,” Graham said. “I had had a break-up and we got back together in Verona. And then two years later, I get this film.”
Hopper stated, “My wife tends to read a lot of the scripts before I get to them. Some of the ones she’s like, ‘Oh don’t bother, you’re not going to connect with this one.’ And then, with this one, she was like, ‘I just read this really great script called Love in the Villa. It’s a really sweet rom-com.'”
Verona, Veneto, Italy
It is one of the most stunning locations and a lovely setting for a romantic movie. You must have recalled something after noticing the location. Oh, ‘Romeo and Juliet.’
Verona is a city in the Veneto region of northern Italy, with a medieval old town constructed between the meandering Adige River. It is well-known as the setting for Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet.’
This riverside city on the Adige River is residence to ancient Roman landmarks. Visitors enjoy Verona’s sights such as the Arena, Castelvecchio, and Torre Dei Lamberti.
The villa that Julie and Charles share in the movie was actually the famous Casa di Giulietta or Juliet’s House at Via Cappello, 23 in Verona. It’s a Gothic-style 1300s residence and museum with a rock balcony that Shakespeare is said to have applauded.
All visitors to Verona are channeled to the location, which is especially popular with honeymooners and young couples.
Verona Villafranca Airport is also known as Valerio Catullo Airport or Villafranca Airport and is located 10 kilometers southwest of Verona, Italy. It is also represented as a pivotal scene in the movie.
Other Filming Locations
Other shooting locations of the movie includes Piazza Bra, Piazza delle Erbe, Piazzetta Sant’Eufemia, Piazza Francesco Viviani, Piazzetta San Giorgio, Piazza Brà Molinari, and Piazzetta Santi Apostoli.
San Pietro In Cariano and San Giovanni Lupatoto are nearby towns, as are the enchanting Torri del Benaco and Bardolino on the shores of Lake Garda to the west of Verona.
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