I 'm sure most of you have seen The NeverEnding Story, the 1984 epic fantasy film based on the novel of Michael Ende, about a troubled boy who dives into a wondrous fantasy world through the pages of a mysterious book. A very remarkable fantasy movie that was multi awarded. The majority of The Neverending Story was shot in Germany, in fact in West Germany and apparently it was the most expensive German film production ever made until then. This detail was unknown to me as well as the fact that there’s a tourist attraction in Munich, Germany that has all of the props and models from The Neverending Story. It’s called Bavaria Films—similar to Universal Studio 's theme parks—where you can ride Falkor or the snail and see all the stuff used in film. In the photos below, it's presented a small part of the theme park and it seems pretty cool! So, if you visit Munich, Germany, grab the opportunity and ride Falkor!