When it comes to fictional worlds and universes, Star Wars has pretty much everybody beat. The vast galaxy far, far away is full of planets and moons with cool names, rich histories, and famous residents. From the Outer Rim to the bustling Capital, each of the Star Wars planets is unique and home to a variety of interesting characters. This list of all Star Wars planets gives you the opportunity you didn't know you were waiting for: the chance to rank your favorite planets from the Star Wars films. You're welcome!
Maybe you dream of visiting the Lake Country on Naboo. Or, perhaps you're more of a cold weather fan and would love a vacation on Hoth (you're weird). Tatooine might be cool to visit, but you've been warned about the sand. For the furry creature fans, you know you need to head to Endor's Forest Moon like, yesterday, but everyone knows not to go to Bespin unless you're itching for a carbonite nap.So, which are your favorite fictional planets from the Star Wars universe? Which worlds dreamed up by George Lucas do you wish were real? Carefully weigh your options below, voting and reranking your galactic travel itinerary as you see fit.
Where Maz Kanata has her castle.
GeonosisMore happening here than has been revealed. #mandalorians
A once-lush planet that fell to the Empire.
UtapauVery Grievous. Much sinkholes.
The locals throw a really great party every 42 years.
Really big waves and really big chunks of Death Star.
Nar ShaddaaThis ecumenopolis is one of the wealthiest locations in the galaxy, yet it is home to some of the poorest people, the lights and towers of its upper levels embodying pleasure and excess.
Lots of trees and crystals.
MygeetoHome to rich bankers.
A salt-flat covered planet that was once home to a now-abandoned rebel base.
Umbara'Shadow World' cloaked in eternal darkness
YavinIt's got 4 moons. That's basically it.
It's a really big deal to the Sith.
We hear Leia's hosting a Rebellion here.
Dromund KaasThird planet in the Dromund system and the capital of the Sith Empire.
A big petrified rock.
Where scientists worked on the Death Star.
Known for its podracing.
ManaanThe planet is completely covered in water and is the only known source of kolto.
Polis MassaAn Order 66 sanctuary and the place where Padme Amidala gave birth.
Cato NeimoidiaHideout of that dastardly Nute Gunray!
Not quite Tatooine.
TarisTaris was once a city-world, home to a planetary metropolis. Three centuries ago, however, it was bombarded by the great Darth Malak and left a toxic ruin.