We cannot deny movies have this incredible ability to inspire us. We take a trip down memory lane picking out the movies that want us to move on and move out to see the world. Below are seven hand picked movies that inspire us to travel and to seek adventure. Being set in the most beautiful destinations can truly give one itchy feet.
Take a step back this weekend and treat yourself to some wanderlust inspiration on us!
1. The Darjeeling Limited
Following the death of their father, three brothers reunite to travel across India by train with the intention of bonding with each other and finding themselves. However, the siblings have not spoken to each other for over a year.
Cheryl Strayed's amazing story of self discovery and bravery in the wake of her mother's death gained phenomenal success. Wild is a real life adventure of an inexperienced backpacker who went on an epic 1,100 mile quest across the United States.
3. The Motorcycle Diaries
23 year old Ernesto Guevara sets his journey in a written memoir. Years later he became known internationally as the iconic Marxist guerilla commander and revolutionary Che Guevara. The story unfolds across five South American countries starting in Brazil and finishing in Peru.
“We travel just to travel.”
Ernesto Guevara de la Serna, The Motorcycle Diaries, 2004
4. Under The Tuscan Sun
Newly divorcee Frances goes on a bus tour through Italy after learning her husband is cheating on her. During the trip Frances ends up buying a Tuscan villa on a whim.
5. Cairo Time
Juliette a New York fashion editor heads to the Egyptian capital Cairo for a holiday with her husband Mark who is working in Gaza. Mark is delayed by a crisis in Gaza he sends his security officer Tareq to act as her guide around the city.
6. Y Tu Mama Tamien!
Two 17 year old best friends set off on a cross-country road trip with an older woman. On the road they ignite a connection with each other and those around them.
7. The Bucket List
This heart-warming movie will inspire you to do all the things you want to do before its too late. The movie reminds us we should live life to the fullest. Right here. Right now.
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