The Grand Budapest Hotel was filmed in Germany.
The Bastion Bridge
Scene where ** spoiler alert ** Zero marries Agatha.
Scene was shot The Bastei is a rock formation towering 194 metres above the Elbe River in the Elbe Sandstone Mountains of Germany, not fat from Dresden. The Bastei has been a tourist attraction for over 200 years. In 1824, a wooden bridge was constructed to link several rocks for the visitors, later replaced by bridge made of stone.
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Scene where Zero tells the story of his friendship with M. Gustave to the young author during their dinner.
Scene was shot Constructed in 1910, the Stadthalle had been closed for years when it was discovered by Wes Anderson and his team. The production team transformed the old city hall into a dining room for the movie. To complete the set, Wes Anderson commissioned artist Michael Lenz to paint a large backdrop in the style of 19th-century landscape artist Caspar David Friedrich.
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Scene where Zero is the lobby boy at the famous Grand Budapest Hotel where he is mentors by the concierge Gustave H.
Scene was shot ‘Defunct since 2010, the store was in the process of bankruptcy. Anderson’s crew took over the store, transforming its interior into the Grand Hotel with a production office in the top floor. Though vast changes were made to the store, the stairways, railings, chandeliers, and stained-glass ceiling that appear in the film are all original.’
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Scene where Everybody loves the pretty pastries from Mendl’s, made by the lovely Agatha.
Scene was shot The shop never closes, not even on Christmas Day. It attracts more than 800.000 visitors a year. That makes it one of the most popular places in Dresden. In 1892 Villeroy & Boch provided 247,90 square meters of stained glass tiles to decorate the shop. The store miraculously survived the bombing by the British and the Americans in February 1945.
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Scene where Deputy Kovacs escapes his stalker and enters the art museum.
Scene was shot The Zwinger is a palace in Dresden, built in Baroque style and designed by court architect Matthäus Daniel Pöppelmann. Today, the Zwinger is a museum complex. The building was mostly destroyed by bombing in February 1945.
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