Top 10 Fictional Locations

I really can’t help it, but I am forever living vicariously through the interesting lives of characters from my favourite books, games, TV shows and movies. As much as I enjoy my lovely little life, immersing yourself into your favourite fictional location is just an incredible place to be. Writing about your favourite fictional locations is a close second.

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Fun fact: originally, this was supposed to be a “Top 5” post. After fangirling hard, I ended up with way too many choices and I found the narrowing down process completely impossible. I just love them all! I have such a varied taste too, and that makes a post like this so much more exciting to write.

As always, I hope you enjoy!

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10. Kingdom of Far Far Away:

Kingdom of Far Far Away Shrek

I’m a princess (well, that’s what my fiancΓ© always tells me so it must be true). Obviously, a princess needs a castle and the Kingdom of Far Far Away from Shrek is a place where every single fairytale character lives. That sounds like a place I’d like to visit!

9. Panem:

Panem Hunger Games Trilogy Mockingjay

Despite the obvious horrors of the Hunger Games trilogy, the Capitol is a fantastic place. Again, that’s until you remember what monsters live there. The advanced science and technology that the Capitol has created is fascinating and the outlandish, completely unique fashion of the civilians is so refreshing! I love it.

8. Pandora:

Pandora Avatar Film

James Cameron’s lush jungle Pandora from Avatar is arguably one of the most beautiful fictional worlds to have ever been created. It’s absolutely magical.

7. Carnivorous Island:

Life of Pi Floating Island

After being shipwrecked in the Pacific Ocean, Pi encountered a floating island made out of carnivorous algae. It gave him the much needed boost he desperately needed before revealing it’s evil true colours and forcing him to leave. It eats it inhabitants. The beautiful island is full with tiny meerkats though – that’s enough of a reason to love it.

6. Middle-Earth:

Lord of the Rings Middle-Earth Elephants

I couldn’t write about the most iconic fictional locations without mentioning Middle-earth, could I? The landscapes are beautiful, yes. For me, though, the Tolkien universe deserves it’s place on this list for the incredible range of fictional creatures. It’s forever interesting.

5. Hogwarts:

Hogwarts Harry Potter

Obviously. I need some magic in my life.

4. Westeros:

Westeros Game of Thrones

Let’s be real, this is mainly because of the dragons. Westeros is an evil place but it’s undoubtedly beautiful. Like a lot of the above fictional locations, I’d absolutely despise living here though (because seriously, I’d be killed within days).

3. Wonderland:

Alice in Wonderland Flowers

Disney’s Alice in Wonderland is one of my all-time favourite movies. Of course, I had to include it here too. Wonderland is magical. It’s kind of terrifying but in the exciting kind of way. Yes, the Queen of Hearts could have me executed but at least I’d die surrounded by magical playing cards. Yes, my only friend is a psychotic cat but at least I’d finally be able to talk to my favourite animal that that’s the dream. It’s just fun!

2. Tamriel:

Skyrim Tamriel Dragon Fight

Dragons, again, I know. I like dragons. But, Tamriel (in this case, mostly Skyrim) is also full of magic, fantastic beasts, monsters and landscapes to die for. It’s like all the previous fictional worlds rolled into one! Living inside my favourite game… what an exciting place to be – as long as you watch out for that dragon fire, of course.

1. PokΓ©mon World:

Pokemon World

As a child, my one wish was to own a Pikachu or a Rapidash. I grew up and learned the horrible truth that this could never happen, but that doesn’t mean I still can’t dream! A world where your choice of animal friend is almost infinite would be an absolutely fantastic place to live.

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What’s your favourite fictional location?

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34 thoughts on “Top 10 Fictional Locations

  1. Woaaaah!! This post is righttt up my alley πŸ˜€ I had such an AWESOME time reading it Morgan πŸ™‚ I am with you in every single one except Pokemon(excuse me, I know its your fav πŸ™‚ ) and Tamriel cos I have not heard about it! Is there a book also on it ? It sounds really interesting.

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  2. Well, Middle Earth is such a given… For heavens’ sake, at one point I was bound and determined to get on a plane to New Zealand and find the portal they must’ve gone through to M.E. to make the films… πŸ™‚ One of these days, I WILL own property in the Shire!! πŸ™‚

    Maybe not the Wonderland of the first book, but maybe the version in Through the Looking Glass. Personal preference. πŸ˜›

    For me, if I was *really* getting my fantasy game on (even though I don’t game), I’d have to go be in Harry Potter world (of course), and try to make it through Jim Henson’s Labyrinth, and when I was little, I always wanted to be a unicorn in Peter S. Beagle’s The Last Unicorn. (But after they’d been rescued from the Red Bull.)

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  3. I love Wonderland and the Pokemon world! If I could visit any fictional place, Neverland would be among it and the four courts of A Court of Mist and Fury. Also, for some weird reason I would like to visit the North of Westeros hahaha

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  4. I have one more episode of the Gilmore Girls to watch. I am kind liking Stars Hollow right now. I mean even though the town is full of crazies, it seems kinda nice! πŸ™‚

    I am not familiar with all the places on your list, but I would say that out of the ones I know, I don’t like ’em enough to have a favorite. Oh, but another places I really liked was — Haven, Maine. Oh, so beautiful and in the show they rarely had it rain, just bright sunny and – I assumed – chilly. Oooooo. Perfect to me!

    Fun post! Thanks for sharing YOUR favorite locations! I guess if you go missing we should check for you in one of them!

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  6. Neat! Thank you. πŸ™‚ Found your blog through Bigandpinkytoes. Blessings to you….. I really loved the book A Wrinkle in Time when I was a little girl. Though I don’t know that there was a location associated with it. (More about time, right?)

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  7. I love all of these – but not Minecraft land? There are few like middle Earth that I’m totally with you on. I wouldn’t mind going to Endor to visit the Ewoks either.

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