Harry Potter is set to be reimagined again on our screens just 12 years after the last film, The Deathly Hallows Part Two, was released.

Although this has divided fans, it has since generated a lot of renewed interest in the original films, and subsequently, Oxford.

The reason? Well, Oxford, as well as some areas in Scotland, is considered the ultimate destination for Potter fans due to the multiple set locations from the original films dotted throughout the city.

Whether you want to walk down the same staircases that Harry did or sit at the same dining room table - you know the one - as Hogwarts students, you’ll feel like you’ve just stepped onto the set or between the pages of J.K. Rowling’s novels.

“This new Max Original series will dive deep into each of the iconic books that fans have continued to enjoy for all of these years,” said Casey Bloys, chairman and chief executive, HBO & Max Content about the project, which he also assured fans would be “a faithful adaptation.”

If you can't wait for the new series, or just want to get a dose of nostalgia - here are the all-important throwback spots.

Oxford filming locations you can visit:

The first two films directed by Christopher Columbus hold a particular resonance in any millennial's childhood.

Christ Church College served as filming locations for various aspects of the films, including Bodley Staircase and the college cloisters, which appeared in both The Philosophers Stone and The Chamber of Secrets.

Another important connection that Christ Church College has to the Harry Potter films is the famous dining hall.

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The filmmakers used photos and case studies of the room to replicate and adapt the design to make their own Hogwarts dining hall in the Warner Bros. studios.

Duke Humfrey’s library within the Bodleian Library also acted as a set for Hogwart’s own school library. Remember when Harry visited the restricted section in the first film and was chased by Filch?

Well, unlike Harry, we don't recommend going out of hours.

Students at the University of Oxford are able to use the historic library to study and visitors can also tour around the building for a small fee.

Further afield, you can also travel to the grounds of Blenheim Palace to see the ancient tree featured in Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix.

No Harry Potter tour would be complete without a trip to one of the dedicated Harry Potter shops in Oxford - you can stock up on your magical merchandise to remember your trip.