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For fans of The Hobbit movie, a tourist adventure in New Zealand's "county" homes

For fans of The Hobbit movie, a tourist adventure in New Zealand's "county" homes

"The Hobbit" is known as one of the most famous fantasy films based on novels of the same title, and has gained wide popularity due to its release to the cinema.

For fans of The Hobbit movie, a tourist adventure in New Zealand's "county" homes "The Hobbit" is known as one of the most famous fantasy films based on novels of the same title, and has gained wide popularity due to its release to the cinema.  This series of films presented the fictional "Hobbit" characters, and the place in which they live is known on the big screen as "The District", and is originally a filming location in one of the scenic areas of New Zealand.  The magazine says that this initiative, the first of its kind, was announced on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the release of the first part of the "The Hobbit" series, which was titled The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.  The stay will also include a behind-the-scenes visit to the filming site of the famous series of films directed by the great director Peter Jackson.  Through Airbnb, the opportunity to rent a "hobbit" house in New Zealand will be available between the second and fourth of March, then the period between 9 and 11 of the same month, then the period between 16 and 18 of March itself during the year 2023, at a cost of accommodation. Starting from $6.30 per person per night.  According to "Time Out" magazine, which specializes in travel and tourism news, for the first time, the homes of the "Hobbit" characters from this original cinematic series have been made available for residence through the famous home rental and real estate site Airbnb.


This series of films presented the fictional "Hobbit" characters, and the place in which they live is known on the big screen as "The District", and is originally a filming location in one of the scenic areas of New Zealand.


The magazine says that this initiative, the first of its kind, was announced on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the release of the first part of the "The Hobbit" series, which was titled The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.


The stay will also include a behind-the-scenes visit to the filming site of the famous series of films directed by the great director Peter Jackson.


Through Airbnb, the opportunity to rent a "hobbit" house in New Zealand will be available between the second and fourth of March, then the period between 9 and 11 of the same month, then the period between 16 and 18 of March itself during the year 2023, at a cost of accommodation. Starting from $6.30 per person per night.


According to "Time Out" magazine, which specializes in travel and tourism news, for the first time, the homes of the "Hobbit" characters from this original cinematic series have been made available for residence through the famous home rental and real estate site Airbnb.

For fans of The Hobbit movie, a tourist adventure in New Zealand's "county" homes "The Hobbit" is known as one of the most famous fantasy films based on novels of the same title, and has gained wide popularity due to its release to the cinema.  This series of films presented the fictional "Hobbit" characters, and the place in which they live is known on the big screen as "The District", and is originally a filming location in one of the scenic areas of New Zealand.  The magazine says that this initiative, the first of its kind, was announced on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the release of the first part of the "The Hobbit" series, which was titled The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.  The stay will also include a behind-the-scenes visit to the filming site of the famous series of films directed by the great director Peter Jackson.  Through Airbnb, the opportunity to rent a "hobbit" house in New Zealand will be available between the second and fourth of March, then the period between 9 and 11 of the same month, then the period between 16 and 18 of March itself during the year 2023, at a cost of accommodation. Starting from $6.30 per person per night.  According to "Time Out" magazine, which specializes in travel and tourism news, for the first time, the homes of the "Hobbit" characters from this original cinematic series have been made available for residence through the famous home rental and real estate site Airbnb.

For fans of The Hobbit movie, a tourist adventure in New Zealand's "county" homes "The Hobbit" is known as one of the most famous fantasy films based on novels of the same title, and has gained wide popularity due to its release to the cinema.  This series of films presented the fictional "Hobbit" characters, and the place in which they live is known on the big screen as "The District", and is originally a filming location in one of the scenic areas of New Zealand.  The magazine says that this initiative, the first of its kind, was announced on the occasion of the tenth anniversary of the release of the first part of the "The Hobbit" series, which was titled The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey.  The stay will also include a behind-the-scenes visit to the filming site of the famous series of films directed by the great director Peter Jackson.  Through Airbnb, the opportunity to rent a "hobbit" house in New Zealand will be available between the second and fourth of March, then the period between 9 and 11 of the same month, then the period between 16 and 18 of March itself during the year 2023, at a cost of accommodation. Starting from $6.30 per person per night.  According to "Time Out" magazine, which specializes in travel and tourism news, for the first time, the homes of the "Hobbit" characters from this original cinematic series have been made available for residence through the famous home rental and real estate site Airbnb.


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