Tourism Booms In French Town In Les Misérables
Thanks to the release of the movie version of Les Misérables, tourism is booming in the quaint town of Montreuil-Sur-Mer in Northern France. For those Les Misérables fans, Montreuil-Sur-Mer is the hometown of Fantine and where Jean Valjean serves as mayor. According to online reservations site LateRooms.com Montreuil-Sur-Mer has seen a 366 percent hike in hotel bookings in the town.
This isn’t the first time the setting of a movie has motivated tourism. The “Twilight” series drew gawkers to Forks, Washington and Silver Falls State Park in Oregon. Meanwhile the “Lord of the Rings” drew tourists to New Zealand.
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