The Ultimate πŸ’― List πŸ“ of Travel Movies 🎞 for Girls with Wanderlust πŸ—Ί ...

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I confess sometimes I will watch a movie, not because I’m interested in the story or the actors starring in it, but because of the location(s).

For example, I watched a film called Tracker – the story wasn’t compelling but the New Zealand scenery was mesmerizing.

Movies give us not just beautiful locations, but often a little insight into a different culture.

If you want to feed your wanderlust, these are some of the movies to watch:

1. Eat, Pray, Love

Of course, this one had to be on the list!

Julie Roberts goes on a journey of self-discovery that involves great food, great company and some of the most beautiful natural sights and landscapes in the world.

2. Roman Holiday

It’s an oldie but it’s definitely still a goodie!

Audrey Hepburn plays a princess who escapes her guards and spends a day with an American reporter, taking in all of the glorious sights and sounds of the Italian city as they fall in love.

3. Lost in Translation

A great movie about a man and a woman who, feeling disconnected from everything around them, escape together in to the heart of Tokyo to make memories together with the backdrop of the city as their canvas.

4. Whale Rider

A cult from the early 2000s, this movie will have you falling in love with Maori culture and want to book the next flight out to New Zealand to discover some of it for yourself.

5. Lord of the Rings

And speaking of New Zealand, the epic fantasy series is obviously set in Middle Earth, but the glorious backdrop of New Zealand made up much of the movie’s setting, and the stunning scenery is something that film lovers still talk about to this day.2

6. Into the Wild

As well as being a display of some of the most beautiful untouched natural beauty of the USA, Into The Wild can also be seen as a reminder that sometimes travel is not about what we take with us, but about what we take inside.

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