The Eiffel Tower in Paris, France, is one of the most iconic structures in the world, which is why it has played a part in so many movies, including "Moulin Rouge!."
But that means you won't be the only one trying to appreciate the view.
The town of Forks, Washington, is the moody backdrop for all four of "The Twilight Saga" films.
But if you're looking for an authentic northwestern experience, keep looking. Forks has completely embraced its "Twilight" roots, for better or worse.
The breathtaking Thai island of Ko Phi Phi Leh — specifically Maya Bay Beach — was the setting of 2000's "The Beach."
But 18 years later, the beach has forcibly been closed for four months in order to recover from all the tourists.
The Empire State Building is almost its own character, having played a central role in countless TV shows and movies, like "Sleepless in Seattle."
But good luck finding a romantic moment, or even the perfect photo. The observation deck is always overwhelmingly full.
The pyramids in Egypt have been shown in many movies, including "The Mummy."
But the pyramids aren't exactly out in the middle of the desert.
Platform 9 3/4 is the gateway to the magical world of "Harry Potter," and it's right in the middle of King's Cross station in London.
To capitalize on the "Harry Potter' craze, King's Cross built its own Platform 9 3/4 photo op — and it's very popular with tourists.
The Grand Bazaar in Istanbul has appeared in quite a few movies, including James Bond film "Skyfall."
The Grand Bazaar is never calm.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is famous for its "Rocky steps."
But if you visit in real life, prepare to be bombarded by many other visitors doing the exact same thing.
The "Mona Lisa" is arguably the most famous painting on Earth — which is why it played such a large part in "The Da Vinci Code."
But you won't be the only one trying to catch a glimpse at her all-knowing grin.
The Palace of Versailles, as seen in many movies such as "Midnight in Paris," is a solid way to see the decadence of revolutionary-era France.
Or at least it would be, if there was any room to breathe.