Movies to Inspire You to Travel More in the Future

Bill Murray and Scarlett Johansson in "Lost in Translation"

2020 might not be the best time for travelers as we are currently dealing with a global health crisis which has made travel a difficult proposition for many. That doesn’t mean that things will always be this way, though, as there is hope to believe that we’ll be back to traveling on a fairly normal scale in the not-so-distant future.

Are you missing travel and looking to find inspiration while stuck at home? Why not pop these three movies in and get yourself excited about your next journey?

The Way

The Way is a 2010 movie starring Martin Sheen which focuses on a man who attempts to honor his deceased son by walking the famed St. James Way between France and Spain. This movie will transport you to tiny European towns and show you just how beautiful a track can become.

The Motorcycle Diaries

Continuing the theme of traveling the slow way around a continent is The Motorcycle Diaries, a film that tells the story of the travels of a young Che Guevara around South America before becoming a political figure. Seeing the best of this continent will make you want to book a trip to this region of the world as soon as possible.

Lost in Translation

A classic Bill Murray and Scarlett Johannson film which explores themes such as loneliness, relationships, and existentialism, Lost in Translation’s stunning cinematography of the Japanese city of Tokyo from the perspective of two Americans who explore this megalopolis is sure to make you want to travel here whenever the situation gets a little better.