Where Did ‘Love In The Villa’ Take Place? Let’s Take a Look at the Filming Locations

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 […]

The new comedic romance film ‘Love In The Villa,’ featuring Vampire Diaries ‘Kat Graham,’ has piqued the interest of viewers. The audience is really inquisitive about the filming locations since the plot is so captivating.

Following the end of a romance, a young lady flies to romantic Verona, Italy, only to learn that the villa she reserved has been double-booked, and she has shared her get away with a cynical British guy.

There’s also another fascinating movie truth. ‘Cassie’s’ actress is Tom Hopper’s real-life wife. Let us now investigate the filming site.

 

‘Love In The Villa’ Filming Locations

The film will be released on Netflix on September 1, 2022. The film was filmed in Verona, Veneto, Italy. Love In The Villa main photography began in late September 2021 and ended in November 2021.

After the filming concluded, the actors blogged about their wonderful experiences.

 

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“Verona was already my favourite location in the world, which is odd,” Graham explained. “I had a breakup, then we reconnected in Verona.” And then I got this film two years later.”

“My wife tends to read a lot of the scripts before I get to them,” Hopper said. ‘Oh don’t bother, you’re not going to connect with this one,’ she says of some. And then she said, ‘I just read this really fantastic script called Love in the Villa.’ It’s a sweet rom-com.”

 

Verona, Veneto, Italy

It is one of the most beautiful settings and would make an excellent background for a romance film. After noting the place, you must have remembered something. ‘Romeo and Juliet,’ I love you.

Verona is a city in northern Italy’s Veneto region, featuring a mediaeval old town built between the flowing Adige River. It is famous for being the scene for Shakespeare’s ‘Romeo and Juliet.’

This riverfront settlement on the Adige River is home to old Roman ruins. The Arena, Castelvecchio, and Torre Dei Lamberti are popular tourist attractions in Verona.

The Villa

The mansion shared by Julie and Charles in the film was the historic Casa di Giulietta or Juliet’s House in Via Cappello, 23 in Verona. It’s a 1300s Gothic-style home and museum with a rock balcony where Shakespeare is claimed to have cheered.

Every tourist to Verona is directed to the site, which is particularly popular with honeymooners and young couples.
Verona Villafranca Airport is located 10 kilometres southwest of Verona, Italy, and is also known as Valerio Catullo Airport. It is also shown as a critical incident in the film.

 

Other Filming Locations

Piazza Bra, Piazza Delle Erbe, Piazzetta Sant’Eufemia, Piazza Francesco Viviani, Piazzetta San Giorgio, Piazza Brà Molinari, and Piazzetta Santi Apostoli are among the other filming sites.

Nearby villages include San Pietro In Cariano and San Giovanni Lupatoto, as well as the picturesque Torri del Benaco and Bardolino on the shores of Lake Garda to the west of Verona.

 

What do you think about the filming locations? Do you think it’s romantic? Please leave your opinions in the comments area below.

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