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Visit this Summer’s Blockbuster Locations

With new Indiana Jones and Mission Impossible movies hitting the big screen this summer, film fans can take the experience a step further and explore the locations that double as fictional worlds with small-group tour specialists, Rabbie’s ( 

This summer, blockbusters The Flash and Indiana Jones: The Dial of Destiny sees the titular heroes chase villains along the streets of Glasgow, while the highly anticipated, Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 sees incredible action scenes shot around the UK – including a train crashing into a quarry at Stoney Middleton.

With a Rabbie’s private tour, guests can design an exclusive, personalised tour to visit the worlds of their favourite franchises. 

Described as ‘perfectly cast’ as Gotham, Glasgow features prominently in an opening chase scene from The Flash where the hero and Batman pursue several villains. Design a tour following in their tracks along George Square before exploring other iconic DC locations across Scotland – like the Glasgow Necropolis, Cathedral and Bridge of Sighs from The Batman (2022) and the beautiful Cairngorms as seen in the opening plane scene from The Dark Knight Rises

Indiana Jones is famed for his continental adventures, but Scotland features heavily in this summer’s Indiana Jones and the Dial of Destiny. Follow the intrepid archaeologist’s chase down the iconic St. Vincent Street in central Glasgow, before journeying south to the Leaderfoot Viaduct in Melrose (pictured) where an intense action scene is rumoured to take place. 

Mission Impossible: Dead Reckoning Part 1 is one of this year’s most hotly anticipated films. Shot across the UK, action star Tom Cruise left a trail of excitement and debris in his wake. Journey to Lewisham to see where Cruise ran on top of a train in an exhilarating sequence, before visiting Stoney Middleton, where the hero witnessed a train crash into a quarry. See the spot in the Lake District where Cruise attempted a daredevil parachute jump from a helicopter and visit the centre of London to follow the chase scene which was a highlight of the previous instalment, Mission Impossible: Fallout (and from which Cruise famously broke his ankle). 

Rabbie’s UK and Ireland tours depart from Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Aberdeen, London, Manchester, Bristol, Belfast and Dublin. 

For more information about Rabbie’s and to book a private or a scheduled tour, visit    

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