Best Travel Movies


In order to confront her difficulties, Cheryl Strayed chose to trek the Pacific Crest Trail. Her autobiography was made into an inspirational movie starring Reese Witherspoon as the novice hiker who changes her life. The Mojave Desert serves as the starting point for the voyage, which leads to Mount Hood. Director Jean-Marc Vallée insisted that the entire film be shot on location. 

Tracks (2013)

Another biographical film, Tracks, features a teenage Mia Wasikowska as Robyn Davidson. Who trekked on camels for nine months over the Australian desert. Her voyage starts in Alice Springs and travels through the hot outback to the Indian Ocean. Passing by places like Coffin Bay and Uluru. Given that Robyn was only joined on her journey by her dog and, occasionally. A photographer, it serves as motivation for those who would like to travel alone.

2007’s Into The Wild

Graduate Christopher McCandless hitchhiked through northern America to Alaska. Where he attempted to live in the wild, giving away all of his goods and money to charity. Sean Penn and Emile Hirsch feature in this moving film about his voyage, which was inspired by Christopher, a.k.a. “Alexander Supertramp,” and takes place in many of the same locations.

Lion (2016)

Lion is for you if you want to cry a lot and take a virtual trip to India. Based on a true incident, it chronicles the tale of Saroo (Sunny Pawar). A young Indian child who gets on the wrong train and ends up homeless in Kolkata. The adult Saroo (Dev Patel) searches his memory. As well as the developing internet, in an effort to learn more about his adoption by an Australian couple.

2003’s Under the Tuscan Sun

This memoir adaption, a happy comedy-drama about a divorcee rediscovering herself, with scenery that is just as endearing as Diane Lane’s portrayal of the lead character. Frances Mayes’ friends take her on a tour of Tuscany, where she falls in love with a run-down home and impulsively decides to buy it. She interacts with a tonne of fascinating characters, such as Polish builders and an odd old British actor, and she develops into a major fixer-upper.


With the help of this endearing comedy-drama directed by Oscar winner Taika Waititi, go hiking in the New Zealand wilderness. The winning family adventure follows Ricky (Julian Dennison), a cheeky kid charge of Hec (Sam Neill), on a trek into the forest that develops into an action-packed journey.

(2010) The Way

This moving, contemplative movie stars Martin Sheen as a bereaved father who resolves to travel the historic spiritual route after the passing of his son, who is portrayed by Emilio Estevez, Sheen’s son, who also serves as the film’s director. James Nesbitt, an Irish travel writer, is among the amusing individuals encountered along the way to Santiago de Compostela in Galicia. The road also passes through breathtaking vistas.


The most famous road journey in fiction was not adapted for the big screen until 1955, 55 years after Jack Kerouac’s late 1940s/early 1950s novel was published. Sam Riley is a writer who travels by vehicle, occasionally by bus, to places like Denver, North Carolina, San Francisco, and Mexico. Visit this site to enjoy a hedonistic road trip with sexually fluid bohemians portrayed by some of Hollywood’s sexiest stars.

(2016) Captain Fantastic

With the sound of singing, lush green trees, and the sight of a deer chewing its way through the underbrush, this movie immediately transports the viewer to the forests of the Pacific Northwest. However, the deer’s life is cut short when a group of kids led by Bodevan (George MacKay) kill it and bring it home for tea with their father.

(2007) The Darjeeling Limited

This eccentric, vibrant movie, which could only have been made by Wes Anderson, follows the crazy experiences of three brothers on a train. Along a beautiful train journey in India, the quarrelling three of Jason Schwartzman, Adrien Brody, and Owen Wilson quarrel and get along. 

1995’s Before Sunrise

This legendary drama starring Julie Delpy and Ethan Hawke takes place on a train to Vienna and features a romantic backdrop. They cross paths on the route and spend the evening exploring the city together. As the two ride trams and ferris wheels along the Danube banks, their open and humorous dialogues make it easy to fall in love with the Austrian city.

2013’s The Secret Life of Walter Mitty

In this fanciful journey based on a short story by James Thurber, a daydreamer ultimately fulfils his trip aspirations. Ben Stiller’s character, Walter, works a routine desk job at Life magazine and embarks on a world tour in quest of a missing negative by renowned photojournalist Sean O’Connell.

(2010) Patagonia

The central theme of this touching drama that examines the connections between Wales and Argentina is the psychological advantages of travel. During their trip to Patagonia, a Cardiff couple is led by a Welsh-Argentine tour guide (Matthew Rhys). An older woman from Argentina travels to Wales in the meantime to trace her family history. 

(2015) Black Mountain Poets

This comedy about a con artist is set in a picturesque rural area of south Wales by writer-director Jamie Adams. Alice Lowe and Dolly Wells play sisters who are on the run and pretend to be well-known beat poets at a retreat in the Black Mountains. As they camp out in the wilderness, the isolated setting serves as a backdrop for their prospective salvation and provides lots of opportunity for improvised laughter.

(2010) Meek’s Cutoff

Even though you are comfortable on your couch, you wouldn’t want to relive the journey these individuals take because the scenery is breathtaking. A small group of immigrants traversing the Oregon High Desert and losing faith in their guide, Stephen Meek, is loosely based on a notorious episode from 1845.

2017’s The Lost City of Z

Percy Fawcett, an explorer with a drive to travel, undertook extremely dangerous expeditions in the Amazon to support his early 20th-century claims about a vanished civilisation, which were mocked by his contemporaries. Charlie Hunnam, Sienna Miller, and Robert Pattinson play Fawcett, Fawcett’s wife and right-hand guy, respectively, in James Gray’s movie.

1982’s Fitzcarraldo

In Werner Herzog’s German-language classic, based on the story of Peruvian rubber baron Carlos Fitzcarrald, an ambitious explorer embarks on an adventurous jungle journey. Actor Klaus Kinski, known for his fiery nature, dreams of constructing an opera theatre in Iquitos, Peru’s Amazon, and travelling the Pachitea river in a massive steamboat. 

Paris For Two Days (2007)

This clever dramedy, written, directed, and starring. Julie Delpy, puts a lighthearted spin on the idea of a romantic city vacation. She portrays Marion, a New York-based photographer. Who chooses to spend two days in Paris with her neurotic boyfriend Jack (Adam Goldberg). It visits many well-known locations, including the Père Lachaise cemetery.

(2008) In Bruges

Who knew a movie about two hitmen could so beautifully capture the pleasures of a city? Ray (Colin Farrell) only wanted to get drunk. Therefore, Martin McDonagh’s darkly humorous comedy includes canal rides. Through the mediaeval city of Bruges as well as architectural marvels like the Belfry of Bruges.

1953’s Roman Holiday

Travel back in time to Rome in 1953 to see a princess (Audrey Hepburn) attempting to hide her identity. Gregory Peck, an American reporter who befriends her. Learns her identity but chooses to keep it a secret in order to acquire a scoop. Following the romance are famous black-and-white photographs of the Eternal City.

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