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After the filming of the movie "Little Mermaid", Sardinia becomes a favorite vacation spot
Following the May release of the live-action remake of the iconic 1989 cartoon, there was a 216 per cent increase in searches for the Mediterranean destination on the easyJet Holidays website. Fans have 'flooded the internet' to book their water adventure on the Italian island where Halle Bailey, who plays Ariel, was filmed ashore alongside Jonah Hauer-King, who plays Prince Eric, easyJet Holidays said.
The film follows the adventures of the mermaid princess Ariel, who is fascinated by the human world and makes a deal with a treacherous sea witch to exchange her voice for a life above water. The surge in searches for Sardinia is part of a new 'filming trend' where movie buffs take to the skies in search of 'destinations that offer TV escapism', easyJet Holidays said. Its findings point to a 'significant year-over-year increase' in the new trend, which is being fueled by the 'prevalence of international settings in popular TV shows and movies'.
The travel site revealed that the second season of the Emmy Award-winning drama The White Lotus resulted in a 198 percent increase in tourism to Sicily, "as wanderers look to rest as rich but miserable romantic Tanya McQuoid-Hunt and her clothed assistant". Portia'. Meanwhile, the premiere season of House of the Dragon inspired Thrones, easyJet Holidays said, to "flock to the Spanish city of Granada, which has seen a 132 per cent increase in enquiries".
Similarly, a statement said, Paris is seeing 'steady interest year after year as hopeful romantics yearn for their own Emily in Paris experience'. Searches for travel there have increased by 143 percent. This discovery has inspired a new genre of vacation packages for fans who want to bring TV and film fantasies to life.