Here Is A List Of Beautiful Locations To Visit Seen In ‘Call Me By Your Name’
By Yimin Huang, 07 Nov 2019
The film Call Me By Your Name is now widely known for depicting the romance between young boy Elio Perlman and prominent professor, Oliver. For those seeking to re-experience the film’s poetic scenes, you can take a look at some of the iconic sites for your next travel itinerary.
Fontanile Quarantina, Capralba
Fontanile Quarantina the tranquil nature reserve where Oliver and Perlman spent the afternoon cycling and reading for the most part, per Vogue. It is also the location where the men kissed for the first time. It is perfect for nature trails.
Laghetto dei Riflessi
This is the small lake in the Palata Menasciutto Nature Reserve where Perlman accompanies Marzia for a swim. Located three miles north of Crema, it is the site visited by the couple after the famous dance scene to Psychedelic Furs’ Love My Way. Visitors can jump in for a wild swim, or just enjoy the view.
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Bergamo can be found in the Alps and is known for having lots of museums with fascinating artefacts and exhibits. There is a lot of old-world architecture here, and it makes for some incredible scenery. There are numerous historic sites that you don’t want to miss here as well. Those who have a love of art and history will certainly want to think about visiting this city. #bergamo #bergamolombardy #instabergamo #volgobergamo #ingerbergamo #travel #travelblogger #travelgram #travelgroups
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In an area 30 miles outside of Crema, in Bergamo, Perlman and Oliver have spent a night intoxicated in the Piazza Padre Reginaldo Giuliani, where the Basilica di Santa Maria Maggiore (or church of Santa Maria Maggiore) is based. Visitors can explore the area’s rich cultural and religious history.
The Serio Falls, Vallbondione
This is the waterfall that Perlman and Oliver ran towards in one iconic scene. It is a whopping 315 meters high, making it the tallest in Italy, per Vogue.
For the full Call Me By Your Name-inspired travel guide, check it out on Vogue here.
[via Vogue, cover image via Sony Pictures Classics]
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