15 movies that inspire you to travel
Do you like to see with your own eyes what you once saw in a movie? Today, we are sharing some of our favorite travel movies that make you start planning your trip while watching. If you are looking for a good story or inspiration, you will definitely find them in these films.
Under the Tuscan Sun, 2003
“Under the Tuscan Sun” is a romantic story that takes place in an Italian village with a famous writer from America. This movie will help you pack your bags to Italy faster than you think.
The secret life of Walter Mitty, 2013
A carefree story for an evening movie. The film features some of the most incredible places to travel. Many scenes were shot in Iceland. Walter Mitty leaves after watching an unquenchable thirst for unusual adventures.
In Bruges, 2008
This film is different from the rest on the list, although it also reveals the theme of travel, and also filmed in Belgium. This is a fun and black tragicomedy, with excellent acting in the most fantastic setting. If you have not been to Brugge, then you will definitely want to visit it after watching this movie!
Before Sunrise - before Sunset, 2004
If you like Europe, deep informative dialogues with a good share of humor, you will like this trilogy. The film is considered one of the most significant films of the 90s. The first film will take you to Vienna, Austria, the second to Paris, and the third to the Greek islands.
If you have not been to Paris, then you will definitely want to plan a trip after watching this movie. If you were, then probably want to come back. A great example of French cinema, which will take you to the most inspiring places in Paris.
Lost in translation, 2003
A beautiful film that shows a funny and unexpected side of travel to a new country. "Lost in translation" - this is a lot of small random impressions that remain with you for a long time after returning home. Tokyo's attractions and energy will help you plan your trip to Japan.
Midnight in Paris, 2011
If you like Woody Allen, Paris and art, then you will love this surreal story that takes you to Paris in the 1920s.
A good year, 2006
“A good year” is a carefree romantic story that takes place in the most beautiful surroundings of Provence in the south of France.
The beach, 2000
This film from the 90s has a bit of everything: a good story, beautiful music and amazing landscapes of Thailand. Oh, and the young Leonardo DiCaprio, who once again proves that he deserves an Oscar.
"Tracks" are a beautiful adventure story of a young woman who crossed over 2,700 km through the deserts of Western Australia with four camels and her faithful dog. Based on real events.
The bucket list, 2007
This is a sentimental, predictable and yet very moving story that will inspire you to accomplish. Filmed in various regions of India, China, Egypt, Tanzania, France and the USA, this film will certainly give you many new ideas for your next travels.
Eat Pray Love, 2010
It is impossible to submit this list without this film. The picture with Julia Roberts in the title role is not only about traveling to Italy, India and Bali, but, first of all, about traveling to yourself.
A movie that will amaze with beauty and contrast: this is an hour and a half journey through the most amazing places on the planet (in total, 25 countries on 5 continents will show in the film). The Samsara action takes the viewer to the sacred lands and to the areas of natural disasters, in the heart of industrial facilities and natural wonders.
To Rome with love, 2012
This, of course, is not “Roman Vacations” with Audrey Hepburn, but an interesting and eventful film by the master of his business, Woody Allen. The entire film, built on absurdities and incidents, makes you smile kindly and believe that the eternal city is really beautiful, magical and full of love and passion.
The great beauty, 2013
The protagonist, in search of lost harmony, decides not to do what he doesn’t want anymore, and begins his journey through Rome, where, it seems, contemporary art is no longer inseparable from the ruins of the Roman Empire, and majestic columned halls are sheltered by trendy cafes and clubs. The film is a kind of “Sweet Life” of the 21st century, after which you really want to plunge yourself into this magnificent eclecticism of the Eternal City.