Puccini for Beginners was filmed in New York in the United States of America.
The Mall (Central Park)
Scene was shot The Mall, running from the flower bed on Center Drive in the south to Bethesda Terrace in the north, is the only straight path in the entire park. The path runs through a series of statues of famous writers known as the Literary Walk and past the Naumburg Bandshell. The walkway and surrounding American elms were built in 1857 and designed as part of the large park by landscape architects Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux.
Conservatory Water (Central Park)
Scene was shot Named after a conservatory that was part of the original plan for Central Park but never constructed, Conservatory Water is an artificial lake sitting just west of 74th Street. While the lake was originally constructed to be very naturalistic pond filled with waterlilies, it was later remolded with a more definite edge to support a fleet of model boats.