Travel movies for the travel bugs

1. Into the Wild

Have you ever dreamt of leaving city life and living in the wilderness? That is what this movie is all about. This is about a fantastic student and athlete giving up everything and going hitchhiking across America in the woods to live a life sans all worldly pleasures. He experiences different moments and incidents that mold the very core of his existence.

2. Eat Pray Love

If you love books and see the movie adaptions of your favorite book, let this movie change your mind. This is a romantic drama and a travel story of Elizabeth Gilbert, whose world comes crashing down when she gets divorced. What follows is a journey across the globe when she reconnects with herself and finds out who she is.

3. Zindagi Na Milegi Dobara

The one movie revolutionized the scenario of travel movies in India, courtesy of Zoya Akhtar. This one had everything one would want to see on the big screen- romance, drama, comedy, tragedy, and yet, it never compromised on the wanderlust we all felt when we watched it for the first time.

4. Call Me By Your Name

If you think this is not a travel movie, ask yourself how many times you have wanted to move to Italy after having watched this. This is a beautiful tale about love and only love. It is also a tale about the love the camera made for the lanes and bylanes, lakes, houses, and orchards of Italy.

5. Before Sunrise

While at heart, this movie is a love story and a film about talks between two strangers who meet on a train journey, Before Sunrise is a travel film in every right.
While Jesse and Celine fall in love throughout the night, you will fall in love with Vienna and walk the streets with them.

6. Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani

Manali, Paris, Udaipur- this film brought together the best of all worlds. Of course, the oh-so-gorgeous star cast and the countless dance numbers are all advantages, but can you get over the beauty of the locations they were shot in?
Those who didn’t like Bollywood drama took the mesmerizing cities across the world and plotted their next trips.

Honestly, what are we, if not solivagants in fernweh?