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The film Eurotrip was filmed entirely in Prague, Czech Republic. (Scenes in the US were at the International School of Prague; the Paris railway station was actually Prague railway station; Vatican City was actually Prague’s National Museum)

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Writers Mandel, Berg, and Schaffer all directed while only Schaffer could achieve director credit, according to the DVD filmmaker commentary. Also according to the commentary track, all scenes were filmed in Prague, the Czech Republic, especially in the streets close to the Rudolfinum. The opening scenes set in the United States were filmed at the International School of Prague. The scene where the main characters are boarding at the Paris railway station was filmed in Prague’s main railway station (Hlavní nádraží). The scene inside Vatican City was actually filmed in Prague’s National Museum. The scenes with a German lorry driver were taken at the then-unfinished D5 motorway near Pilsen.

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