Are you consumed by wanderlust and ready to pack your bags to explore the world? We insist you stay home and suppress your travel quench for sometime until the COVID 19 pandemic slowdowns.
To enhance your travel experience and able to plan an amazing travel itinerary, we’ve hand-picked these travel movies to make you dream bigger and chase real-life travel experiences.
A Good Year: A Good Year is a soft romantic story that takes place in the most beautiful french countryside. This movie will make you want to book your ticket to the France and explore the splendid vineyards.
Before Sunrise: Before Sunrise is an intelligent, audacious romantic look at modern love, led by marvelously natural performances from Ethan Hawke and Julie Delpy who meet on a train in Europe. Knowing they only have one night together, they spend it getting to know each other and exploring the streets of Vienna. The European eccentricity gives you a sense of “travel time”, where one day can feel like a lifetime.
Encounters At The End of The World: Encounters At The End of The World is an amazingly beautiful and funny American documentary about the people sand animals who live in Antarctica. I bet after watching this documentary, Antarctica will be on your bucket list soon.
Forrest Gump: This is the unique travel movie to watch if you’re heading to the USA. Forrest Gump travels all over the country for his only desire to unite with his childhood sweetheart.
Lost in Translation: Yet another beautiful travel film that shows the fun and unexpected side of traveling in a new country. The sights and energy of Tokyo will get you planning a trip to Japan and alerts you of the random encounters while travelling in strange destinations.
Midnight in Paris: Midnight in Paris is really a wanderlust-inspiring comedy travel film mainly taking place in the Jazz Age of Paris. If you need to be encouraged to follow your dreams, Midnight in Paris should be the next movie you watch.
Nowhere in Africa: A visually lovely tale of a Jewish family escaping Nazi regime at the onset of World War II. This true story follows the family as they adjust to their new environment running a farm in rural Kenya. It's a German movie, but with English subtitles, this movie reminds us of the joys and challenges of adapting to a new culture.
Seven Years in Tibet: A movie gives a great lesson of how traveling can transform your life, the movie is about the Austrian mountain climber who became friends with the Dalai Lama at the time of China's takeover of Tibet.
The Art of Travel: High school grad Conner Layne travel solo on his honeymoon to central America when his wedding plan fails. Facing incredible odds along the way, he joins a group of ragtag foreigners in an attempt to cross the Darien Gap in record time.
Wild: A woman heads out on a 1,100-mile solo hike of the Pacific Crest Trail in an attempt to try to put together her life back on track after the death of her mother. Pictured on the wonderful scenes of the Pacific northwest USA, this beautiful travel film reminds us that sometime its more about the journey than the destination.
We hope our list of the best travel movies has inspired you to plan your next overseas tour smartly. Now you can pack your bags and visit some new places in the world. Please let us know in the comments below if you have any more suggestion or had any similar travel experience and we’ll be happy to put it on our site for the curious tourists.