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As seen in: Big Hero 6
Amenities: Home to rolling streets lined with beautiful architecture blending Japanese and American inspirations, Big Hero 6's fictional setting mixes the best of both Tokyo's sensory overload and San Francisco's hilly geography. And for the technologically inclined, San Fransokyo Tech looks to be one of the coolest colleges around.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: The city is jam-packed with colorful sights, impressive technology, and you just might see Baymax out and about. Never pass up an opportunity to meet Baymax. —Jonathon Dornbush
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Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry
As seen in: The Harry Potter series
Amenities: Join a castle that always has a new room or dungeon to explore. The Room of Requirement makes sure all your needs are met.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Go ahead and blow off your date with the Hogwarts Express — you'll never want to leave this school. Hogwarts has all the advantages of nearby London, plus moving staircases, thrilling Quidditch matches pints of butter beer at the The Three Broomsticks in Hogsmeade (just steps away), and spectacular feasts in the Great Hall. Anything you need is just an accio away. —Erin Strecker
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As seen in: The Originals
Amenities: Home to Bourbon Street and surrounded by historical landmarks, the Louisiana gem has a rich magical mythology and an eye on the future thanks to many psychics.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: The people are hot, and the vampires are hotter. Plus, nobody throws a party like Marcel (or the Mikaelson family). —Samantha Highfill
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As seen in: Lost in Translation
Amenities: Grab some friends, a bottle or five of sake, and hit a karaoke bar or take a bullet train to nearby Kyoto, an oasis featuring Buddhist shrines amid nature's calm.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: City chaos. Ancient temples. Peaceful ponds. What more convincing do you need? Lost in Translation's Tokyo is a mix of a bustling city, perfect for getting lost in, and quiet landscape, perfect for escaping to. And plus, maybe you'll run into Bill Murray there and re-create a real-life version of Lost in Translation, striking up a fast friendship and frolicking through the streets with him. We can dream, right? —Ariana Bacle
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As seen in: Parks and Recreation
Amenities: Named America's fourth most obese city, this offbeat town boasts...multiple parks, stunning art, and an active nightlife scene (The Snakehole Lounge, Farmers' Market After Dark). It's also the birthplace of an adorable tiny horse (R.I.P. Li'l Sebastian).
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Who wouldn't want to escape from the big-city bustle to seek refuge in a pleasant place brimming with Midwestern modesty and stubborn weirdos? Plus, we hear from [name redacted] that the all-you-can-eat breakfast buffet at The Glitter Factory is excellent. —Dan Snierson
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As seen in: The Hunger Games
Amenities: The Capitol is the perfect picture of wealth. Countless free buffets and the world's best plastic surgeons will be at your beck and call.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: The residents of The Capitol are so rich that they no longer work. Instead, they dye their skin, get embellishments like whiskers implanted in their bodies, and then party late into the night and sleep late into the day. —Samantha Highfill
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Stars Hollow, Conn.
As seen in: Gilmore Girls
Amenities: Don't be fooled by the size, this town thrives thanks to great food at Luke's Diner and Doose's Market, arts education at Miss Patty's Dance School, and, of course, elegant accommodation at The Dragonfly Inn.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: The places may be great, but it's the colorful characters that occupy all of the Stars Hollow establishments that really make this place pop. —Erin Strecker
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As seen in: The Lord of the Rings and Hobbit saga
Amenities: You never have to worry about the lack of a hearty meal or finding a quiet place to read your book. Visit the Green Dragon pub and sit down for a pint, but be prepared to drink until dawn if you want to hang with the dwarves.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Lush landscapes, thriving agriculture, cozy homes built into the hills. Plus, the occasional visiting wizard! —Andrea Towers
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As seen in: The Simpsons
Amenities: Springfield is where community meets commerce, including Moe's Tavern, Krusty Burger, the Hammock District, Kwik-E-Mart, and the Leftorium.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Founded in 1796 by Jebediah Springfield, this centrally located town has been a hotbed of American invention for decades. You don't have to be Mayor Joe Quimby to recognize the beauty of this historic locale, home of not only the beloved Isotopes baseball team but also an internationally notorious nuclear power plant. Also, screw Shelbyville. —Ray Rahman
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As seen in: Funny Face
Amenities: Ideal if you want to step out down the Champs-Élysées from the Arc de Triomphe to the Petit Palais. Do some window-shopping on the Rue de la Paix and more.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: What could be more '''S Wonderful'' than linking arms with Audrey Hepburn and Fred Astaire as you skip along La Seine? After a day of frivolity, you could work off the pains au chocolat with some modern dance at a beatnik club in Monmartre. But don't forget to make it to your big fashion show! —JoJo Marshall
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As seen in: The Andy Griffith Show
Amenities: This classically American town boasts a friendly (not to mention handsome) Sheriff, adorable ginger children aplenty, surprisingly robust singles scene, and lots of local color!
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Old-fashioned values and down-home charm, there's no way anyone could be truly frazzled in this one-stoplight town. Answer honestly: If you had the chance to sit on the porch drinkin' sweet tea with Aunt Bee every night, would you ever leave? —Lanford Beard
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One-Eyed Willie's Hideaway
As seen in: The Goonies
Amenities: Well, there's treasure. Which is nice. But the adventure really starts when you descend down the sail with a knife, Captain Blood-style, and swan-dive off the starboard plank.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Despite being chased by a trio of criminals and facing a string of deadly booby-traps, once the Goonies escape on that awesome water slide leading to the pirate ship, the 12-year-old in all of us is in heaven. —Jeff Labrecque
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As seen in: Glee
Amenities: Matriculating students will love the HUGE yet shockingly affordable open loft apartment options, impromptu dance parties, the convenient commute to one of the country's finest dramatic arts academies and Condé Nast HQ.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Brooklyn in the midst of gentrification has never felt like such a romp! Kurt and Rachel would have left Lima earlier if they knew they'd be able to get their music-geek on in the city that never sleeps without breaking the bank. —Lanford Beard
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As seen in: Avatar
Amenities: Pandora is a world that literally defies gravity. Be sure to check out its levitating Hallelujah Mountains and lush tropical rain forests.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: As if getting your own Avatar isn't cool enough, we hear that you can ride on the back of a dragon-like creature. Also, the plants glow! —Samantha Highfill
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As seen in: Community
Amenities: Local treasure Greendale Community College features a top-notch air conditioning repair school, sizable (and relatively unmonitored) study rooms, and annual paintball tournaments.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: U.S. News & World Report's annual college rankings have it all wrong. GCC — the proud home of the Human Beings — offers students from all walks of life, from Pierce to Star-Burns, a safe environment to grow as people. Besides, what other school has a Magnitude? Pop pop! —Ray Rahman
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As seen in: The Proposal
Amenities: Picturesque hiking trails and available boat rentals make this the ideal vacation for relaxation.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: If the physical beauty of the landscape isn't enough, we hear that the wildlife is something worth admiring. As is Ryan Reynolds' body (because he would obviously come with us). —Samantha Highfill
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The Enchanted Forest
As seen in: Once Upon A Time
Amenities: Feast your eyes on shining kingdoms, mermaids, and really hot princes. (Did we mention the really hot princes?)
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Sure, there may be an Evil Queen. But as long as you stay out of her way, Fairy Tale Land is downright magical — literally. —Andrea Towers
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Prince Edward Island, Canada
As seen in: Anne of Green Gables
Amenities: The northern locale is host to verdant sloping roofs, small-town charm, and lax underage drinking laws.
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: You're sure to find a bosom friend in Anne Shirley's picturesque adopted home, where every gruff farmer has a secret heart of gold and the cocky showoffs grow up to be kind, sensitive dreamboats. Just watch out for typhoid fever. —Hillary Busis
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As seen in: Game of Thrones
Amenities: Marvel at the world-famous 300-mile-long Wall, crafted entirely out of solid ice and stone (and magic)! Enjoy the thrilling hustle, bustle and prostitutes of King's Landing! Stop by the Riverlands for some of Walder Frey's famous hospitality!
Why we're booking a one-way ticket: Honestly, Westeros is a pretty rough place. But if you know the right people and are willing to do whatever it takes to survive, you can live like a king — or at least a feudal lord. (If you're coming from Essos, though, it couldn't hurt to bring some dragons with you.) —Hillary Busis