Right now none of us can travel in person so why not take this opportunity to travel through some movies!
See perfect Paris, terrific Tuscany, amazing Alaska, incredible India and many more all through your television (or laptop, mobile or tablet or what have you).
We've put together a list of our favourites that always inspire us.
And don't worry pirates, soon enough, we'll be able to go again in person!
- Amélie (2001)
This film takes you to the streets of Paris where we find Amélie, a young waitress in a Montmartre bar, who spends her time observing people and letting her imagination wander. Het goal in life? To make people happy.
- Call me by your name (2017)
Off we go to 1983 and Italy during a long, hot, sunny summer. We discover a young intellectual 17-year-old called Elio who falls in love with Oliver, an attractive older American who is preparing for his doctorate. But does love blossom?
- Eat, Pray, Love (2010)
After a difficult divorce, Liz Gilbert (played by Julia Roberts) decides to take a sabbatical year and change her life. She then begins a journey which will take her to the end of the world and of herself (corny we know, sorry!). She travels to Italy, India and Bali and OMG she eats carbs!
- Into the Wild (2007)
Based on a true story and from Jon Krakauer's book, Into the Wild takes us on a journey to the beautiful wilderness of Alaska.
- The Darjeeling Limited (2007)
Three brothers who have not spoken since the death of their father decide to take a long train journey together through India.
- In Bruges (2008)
After a contract that went wrong in London, two hitmen are ordered to go and be forgotten for some time in Bruges. Ray (Colin Farrell) is consumed by his failure and hates the city, its canals, its cobbled streets and its tourists. Ken (Brendan Gleeson), meanwhile, allows himself be won over by the calm and beauty of the city.
- Wild (2014)
After several years of wandering, addiction and the failure of her relationship, Cheryl Strayed (Reese Witherspoon) takes a radical decision -- she embarks on a solo journey of 1700km, on foot across the west coast of the United States.
- The Beach (2000)
This film takes us to Thailand where Richard, a young American played by Leonardo DiCaprio, searches for a secret island that's said to have one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.
- Lost in Translation (2003)
We follow the story of Bob (Bill Murray), a declining actor and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson), neglected by her husband, who meet in Tokyo, in a culture very different from their own. We LOVE this film.
Have we missed any obvious films? If so, pop it in the comments below!
Look after yourselves.