Furious 7 was filmed in Los Angeles, California in the United States of America and in Abu Dhabi, United Arabic Emirates
6N32 - Old Ridge Route
Scene where Dom and Brian begin their last race.
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GPS: ['34.5765151977539', '-118.67121887207']
Parking Lot Dodger Stadium
Scene where Dom and his family are ready for a new adventure.
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GPS: ['34.0696601867676', '-118.239654541016']
Scene where Dominic Toretto and his team are on their way to the towers to acquire the flash drive containing God's Eye.
Scene was shot The Emirates Palace is the most luxurious hotel in all of Abu Dhabi and partially open to the public. At $3 billion, the Emirates Palace hotel is one of the most expensive hotels ever built. The hotel is built like an Arabian palace and its 100 acres of private land include beautiful green gardens, huge fountains, swimming pools, multiple helicopter pads and a 1.3 km long sandy beach. Opened in 2005, the hotel has 114 domes, including the imposing 72-meter-high central dome. The ceilings of the hotel are richly decorated with no less than 1002 chandeliers. The 394 rooms and suites are also fully equipped and richly decorated with marble and gold. An overnight stay in low season costs at least a few hundred euros per night, per person. Those who would like to book the Palace Grand Suite have to dig deep into their pockets, this room costs no less than 10,000 euros per night!
GPS: ['24.4606170654297', '54.3178596496582']
Jumeirah At Etihad Towers
Scene where Dominic Toretto and his team try to steel the flash drive. But it's in the car which means they have to steel the car.
Scene was shot Offering views of the Arabian Gulf and the Corniche, this modern hotel is part of Abu Dhabi's iconic 5-tower complex. The Observation Deck on the 74th floor is the highest viewpoint in Abu Dhabi.
GPS: ['24.4599418640137', '54.3215827941895']
Leo Carrillo State Park Beach
Scene where Dom and the team realize that they are actually saying goodbye to Bryan.
Scene was shot Leo Carrillo State Park has 1.5 miles of beach for swimming, surfing, windsurfing, surf fishing and beachcombing. The beach also has tidepools, coastal caves and reefs for exploring. Giant sycamores shade the main campgrounds. The park also features back-country hiking. The park was named after Leo Carrillo (1880-1961), actor, preservationist and conservationist. Leo Carrillo served on the California Beach and Parks commission for eighteen years, and was instrumental in the state's acquisition of the Hearst property at San Simeon. He was related by blood and marriage to a long line of distinguished original Californians. Leo's greatest fame came from his portrayal of Pancho, the sidekick to Duncan Renaldo's Cisco Kid, an early 1950's TV series. (source California Department of Parks and Recreation)
GPS: ['34.0444221496582', '-118.939865112305']
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Mia has just told Dominic there is a package from Tokyo on his porch when his phone rings. A few seconds later hell breaks loose.
Scene was shot Kensington Road is part of Angelino Heights, one of the oldest neighborhoods in Los Angeles. The neighborhood is known for its concentration of eclectic architectural styles. The Angelino Heights neighborhood is situated on a hill of about 502 feet in elevation. This is a private residence. Please respect the privacy of the people living here!
GPS: ['34.0688781738281', '-118.251625061035']