5 Movies That Will Make You Want to Get Away from the Daily Grind and Travel

While there seems to be an endless supply of entertainment and things to do online, a lot of great things are still best experienced for real. And watching films that showcase some of the most beautiful places in the world will make you want to travel to a place where you can get away from the daily grind.

A Room with a View (1985)

Florence will always be one of those places you will want to be on your travel bucket list. From the city’s architecture and culture to the museums and galleries that house some of the best works of art in the world, there is simply no reason not to want to visit this place. Not to mention the picturesque countryside and the stunning flower and wheat fields you will find.

Into the Wild (2007)

This film is based on the book written by John Krakuaer. It tells the story of Christopher McCandless who left his comfortable life behind to travel across the US and ending up living on his own in the wilderness of Alaska.

The Beach (2000)

The Beach tells the story of an American backpacker who set out to find a place with nothing but a map of the island that has remained a secret to many. Thailand’s enchanting nature scenery and enchanting beaches serve as the film’s biggest draws.

The Bucket List (2007)

The Bucket List is an inspiring story of a terminally ill billionaire and a mechanic who met at the hospital. They then decide to set off in an adventure with the goal of doing the things they want to do before they die. This film will not only make you want to go on your own adventure itself. It will also make you think about the impermanence of life and how precious every minute of it truly is.

The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013)

Walter Mitty has a penchant for daydreaming and losing himself in the world of fantasy to escape what seems like a tedious life. He then gets a chance to set off on real adventures as he left the familiar comforts of his daily life to find the independent photographer and the missing negative which he desperately needs. The film takes you to places like Iceland where you will want to travel and explore for yourself.