The aerial shots of Castel Gandolfo were filmed over this Leicestershire estateFind on mapMore information
Rosslyn Chapel was used for the filming of the closing scenes of the movie.Find on mapMore information
Biggin Hill Airport is used in a number of movies due to it's close proximity to London, usually it is standing in for a much larger airport, however in The Da Vinci Code it stands in for itself.Find on mapMore information
Temple Church was used for some iconic scenes in the movie.Find on mapMore information
Built around the same time as Westminster Abbey, Lincoln Cathedral stands in as a tourist-free location used in The Da Vinci Code. Even Sir Isaac Newton's tomb was re-created at Lincoln.Find on mapMore information
The crew were given the unique opportunity to film some of the key scenes in the actual Louvre, watched over by Da Vinci's Mona Lisa.Find on mapMore information
Some scenes were shot outside the actual Westminster Abbey watched on by tourists who can be seen in the movie.