Miss Traveling? You Should Watch These Films

Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson in "Lost in Translation"

If you’re a travel lover, you may be finding it hard to have to spend this time staying at home and not checking out cool new destinations. While you’re unable to board a plane and jet-set around the world, consider watching these inspiring films that’ll make you feel like you’re out there feeding your wanderlust.

The Motorcycle Diaries

This award-winning biographical movie tells the story of Che Guevara’s road trip around South America in the 1950s and how it changed his life.

Midnight in Paris

One of Woody Allen’s more successful films, this 2011 movie can be called a realistic fantasy about a man traveling back in time to meet famous Parisian residents like Hemingway and Fitzgerald.

Lost in Translation

Having won the Oscar for Best Original Screenplay, Lost in Translation tells the story of loneliness, alienation, and connection set in Japan.

In Bruges

A black comedy about two hitmen who get stuck in Bruges, Belgium, this film is absolutely hysterical.

Under the Tuscan Sun

This movie tells the story of a depressed, divorced writer who buys a house in Tuscany to escape her writer’s block. A bit cheesy? Sure. But who doesn’t have a fantasy to do the same thing?

Eat, Pray, Love

Okay, this one may be a little cliche, but everybody has to see Eat, Pray, Love, in which Julia Roberts travels around the world and does all three, at least once in their life.