3 cities to follow the steps of the Coen Brothers

27 Nov 3 cities to follow the steps of the Coen Brothers

MCohen films are incredible. Some of their scenes are reminded as some of the best of the contemporary cinema such as The Big Lewosky, Fargo, The Man who wasn’t here, Oh Brother or Miller’s crossing.

Lets find out where they were filmed.

3 Cohen’s cities

Minessota and Fargo: this state is one of those places you must know and it is one of the places of Fargo. If you could spend there some months, you could visit, firstly, St. Paul. There are places here to enjoy like the Mill City Museum, the Walter Art Center, the Arts Institute of Minneapolis, the Harriet Lake and the Minehaha Falls. Talking about Fargo, some of the scenes where filmed in Minessota although Fargo is a North Dakota city.

Live the story of the Big Lebowski in L. A.: The Big Lewosky is maybe the most known film of the Cohen Brothers. You could take an American Airlines flight to New York and another one to Los Angeles. Its attractions include both the beaches and the possibility to visit Hollywood. You could have a walk through the Universal Studios, the Walk of Fame, the Art Museum, the Walt Disney Concert Hall or the Hollywood Boulevard.

Oh Brother! And Mississipi: This film is mainly filmed in Mississipi. This state is also the house of Tom Sawyer. You could take into account that its capital, Jackson, has many architectural jewels like the Vicksburg National Military Park or the Mississipi State Capital. You could also visit the Museum House of Elvis Presley.