Our favourite Netflix romantic comedy series is coming back for a second time around. If you want to visit all the To All the Boys 2 Vancouver locations and feel like you're apart of the movie, you can! This list will take you to all the most well known Vancouver spots highlighted in the brand new film.\nTo All the Boys I've Loved Before 1 and 2 were both filmed in Vancouver, Canada. The films feature several Canadian actors including Anna Cathcart, who plays Lara Jean's little sister, Kitty. In an exclusive interview with Narcity, Anna Cathcart told us all about her favourite spots in the city. Cathcart told us what it was like to film in her hometown and which local landmarks you'll see pop up in the upcoming film.\nThe 16-year-old actress also gave us the scoop on what we can expect in the third installment of the To All the Boys I've Loved Before series. Yep, a third movie wrapped up last year and not only is the location set in Vancouver but also in two new surprising cities.\nIf you want to visit the most iconic Vancouver spots from To All the Boys I've Loved Before: P.S. I Still Love You, you can find a list below.\nQueen Elizabeth Park\nNetflix | YouTube\nDuring the movie, Lara Jean surprises Peter by taking him to a magical lantern lighting festival in a massive park. Talk about an adorable way to end a date. Locals will recognize this romantic spot as Vancouver's Queen Elizabeth Park.\nSea To Sky Highway\nView this post on Instagram Winding roads - - - #vancouver #whistler #dailyhivevancouver #vancouver_ig #dailyviewvancouver #veryvancouver #vancitylife #explorebc A post shared by Ethan Lackner (@eyeintime) on Feb 5, 2020 at 5:03pm PST\nThere's a clear shot in the movie where you can see B.C.'s famous Sea to Sky Highway. The entire sequel showcases outdoor shots highlighting the beautiful parts of British Columbia.\nIf you want to embrace the movie's Pacific North West vibes, take a drive up the coast to Squamish.\nVancouver Aquarium\nNetflix | YouTube\nYou won't be surprised to find out that the Portland Aquarium in TATBILB 2 is actually the Vancouver Aquarium. Lara Jean's class takes a school field trip to their local aquarium and it makes for a really romantic setting.\nCathcart told Narcity that the cast went to the Vancouver Aquarium after hours to film this scene so they could have the entire place to themselves. They ended up shooting alone in the aquarium until 2 a.m. in the morning!\nBrix & Mortar\nView this post on Instagram I promise. I am not going to break your heart. 💕 A post shared by To All The Boys💞 (@toalltheboysnetflix) on Dec 24, 2019 at 7:06am PST\nCardano's restaurant is an uber-romantic restaurant where Peter takes Lara Jean for their first-ever official date. This spot might look familiar to Vancouverites because it's a local treasure. Cardano's is actually Brix & Mortar, a fancy restaurant located in the heart of Yaletown.\nNext time your boyfriend wants to take you out, be sure to make a reservation at Brix.\nFort Langley\nNetflix | YouTube\nIn the first and second movies, a large part of filming took place in Fort Langley according to Cathcart. The quaint city was the perfect backdrop for Lara Jean and Kitty's childhood home.\nNot only that but if you've seen the sequel, the infamous treehouse and the home they go to visit for Korean New Year are also both shot in Fort Langley.\nCathcart told Narcity about a secret filming tip; the house that the family visits for Korean New Year is actually the same spot where Lara Jean and John Ambrose's treehouse is located. They're both on the same property!\nNetflix | YouTube\nPoint Grey Secondary School\nNetflix | YouTube\nThe high school that Lara Jean and Peter's attend is well known in Vancouver. It's actually Point Grey Secondary located in Kerrisdale.\nIf you want to take a run around the track field, kiss your significant other in the middle of the field or reenact the scene where Peter tells Lara Jean he got her letter, you can!\nPlayland\nNetflix | YouTube\nWhile the movie didn't film this adorable amusement park scene in Vancouver, there's definitely a local spot that's very similar. You can get all of the movie vibes if you check out Playland in Hastings Park.