Out-Of-This-World Star Wars Locations From Ireland to South America, only the world's most dramatic scenery was selected for the faraway lands filmed in the Last Jedi.
If some of the galactic scenes stoked your fire for other-worldly adventures, here's a mini-intro to some destinations to help you discover some of the stunning backdrops for scenes, from the planets Ahch-To and Crait to the casino city of Canto Bight.
A glimpse of The Worlds of the last Jedi:
Skellig Islands, Ireland Fans will recognize these rocky, wind-swept isles as Luke Skywalker's hideaway planet, Ahch-To. A little tricky to get to but more than worth the trip, youll find these craggy rock formations 8 miles off the southwest coast of Ireland.
Book a boat trip to the islands in advance, and stay near Portmagee. The Moorings B&B offers delicious breakfasts and rooms with the most amazing sea and a gorgeous view overlooking the harbor.
Salar de Uyuni, Bolivia The extraterrestrial look of these magnificent salt plains makes them the perfect stand-in for the uninhabited planet of Crait. The scene of an epic showdown in the latest film, a trip to Bolivia should be on every fans bucket-list.
Hotel Palacio de Sal is a luxurious hotel made almost entirely out of salt bricks. The great location and incredible service will make it a prime pick to experience the pristine white landscape of the area.
Dubrovnik, Croatia The ancient city walls and maze-like, narrow streets of Dubrovnik play host to the casino city of Canto Bight. This fictional city is a place of luxury and decadence, which fits perfectly with Dubrovniks picturesque seafront and stunning architecture.
For excellent sea views and great transport links to the Old Town, Hotel Ariston will make the perfect base for your trip to wander those narrow walkways and discover the ancient city.