5 TRAVEL MOVIES TO GET INSPIRED FROM | INSPIRATION
Traveling is my escape from everyday life and the best way to get inspired at the same time. Having traveled to over 55 countries in less than 10 years, it would be correct to say that the world feels like a second home to me. Since traveling has become a daily routine, what keeps my […]

5 TRAVEL FILMS TO BE INSPIRED

Traveling is my escape from everyday life and the best way to get inspired at the same time.

Having traveled to over 55 countries in less than 10 years, it would be correct to say that the world feels like a second home to me.

Since traveling has become a daily routine, what keeps my passion alive, it's these incredibly inspiring travel films that put me back in the traveler's mindset. Whether it's a film about a literal or mental journey - the will to live and experience the world.

My favorite travel movies are the 5 listed below - but that doesn't mean I didn't fall for something as simple as a single suitcase scene in a children's movie. It's just that these 5 really inspired my passion for traveling and exploring the world.


# 1. Motorcycle diaries

The most amazing and inspiring movie I have watched in recent years. 2 students start a roadtrip through Latin America on a motorbike which lasts about 5 months. Combining both moments of adventure and some of Latin America's most wonderful sights, this film is an ode to human relationships and the bonds created by travel.


# 2. In nature

Based on the true story of Christopher McCandless who denies a life full of luxury to live out his dream of traveling through Alaska. “Travel is new experiences, good and bad,” he says and I totally agree; To travel is to find oneself, to broaden one's horizon, one's vision of the world. That's what this film is about.


# 3. In the air

Well, this movie could be my life. A life full of airports and hotels, collect bonus points and pack and unpack a suitcase every one or two days. George Clooney embodies luxury, the great traveler like no other!

# 4. Tracks

Another film based on a true story - the story of Robyn Davidson who bravely traveled 1,700 miles in the Australian desert with his only company a dog and 4 camels. A film that inspired the solo travelers of the world.

# 5. Eat pray love

Is Julia Roberts the finest example of a female traveler alone? It definitely is. Her character travels to Italy, India, and Indonesia on a mission to find inner peace and happiness - a series of events and a non-stop mental journey change her entire world until she finds it.

Traveling means happiness - you see why I identified with her?


Tell me about your favorite travel movies!

Maria kalymnou

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