Travelling is still a bit hard nowadays due to the world’s situation. If you were not able to travel to your most expected destination this summer, don’t worry, here we have 7 incredible films that will take you around the world without leaving your home sweet home. 

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The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)

Walter Mitty’s (Ben Stiller) life is gray and boring. He works for the Life magazine, revealing photographs, but never having trips of his own. Although, he has a great imagination. A lost photograph at work suddenly turns his life upside down and he finds himself travelling around countries like Greenland, Afghanistan, Iceland and having finally his own adventures. 

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Memoirs of a Geisha (2005)

Winner of 3 Academy Awards, this film tells the story of a young girl (Zhang Ziyi) that works as a servant in a geisha house who grows up becoming a geisha herself and one of the most famous ones and rich in the whole country. The movie takes you to different locations in beautiful Kyoto, Japan. 

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Eat, Pray, Love (2010)

Liz Gilbert (Julia Roberts), a professionally successful woman gets divorced and reaches a point in her life where she feels lost. She decides to go on a journey to connect with her true self and learns the pleasure of eating in Italy, the power of praying in India, and inner peace and love in Indonesia.

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Midnight in Paris (2011)

This film directed by Woody Allen takes you to the story of a screenwriter (Owen Wilson) who went on a trip with his fiancé and her family to the city of love and finds himself travelling in time to the 1920s every midnight, meeting a lot of outstanding writers of that decade.


The Motorcycle Diaries (2004)

A film that tells the story of Ernesto Guevara Lynch, before becoming the famous “Che” Guevara, where he and his friend Alberto Granado travel 8000 kilometres through South America, through countries like Argentine, Venezuela, and Peru, really enjoying the amazing landscapes and understanding Latin cultures.

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Wild (2014)

Cheryl Strayed (Reese Witherspoon) goes on a lone journey of more than 4000 kilometres looking for peace after a personal tragedy, travelling across deserts, forests, and many more beautiful landscapes in North America. She gets lost and tired many times but also finds friends on the way, which reminds her of her true strength and the beauty of travelling. Discover 9 iconic film locations of Wild here.

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Under the Tuscan Sun (2003)

This film stared by Diane Lane tells the story of an American writer who after getting divorced receives a 10-day trip to the Italian Tuscany as a gift. There she falls in love with an old property, buys it and works on its restoration, a time where she’ll discover a whole different world with Italian culture.

Find 7 more European locations you should add to your bucket list here.

Published by HOLR Magazine.