8 movies that let you travel the world without leaving your couchBy Vika https://pictolic.com/en/article/8-movies-that-let-you-travel-the-world-without-leaving-your-couch1
We do not always have the opportunity to travel to the places we dream of. Fortunately, there are films that help us get away from reality for a moment and explore the world without leaving our homes. In these films, the cities and landscapes are the real stars.
1. The incredible life of Walter Mitty.
Although Walter Mitty works in the photography section of Life magazine, he leads a rather boring life. He however he imagines that he is the protagonist of great adventures. One day his dream comes true when a woman takes him on a dangerous adventure in which he will have to travel to Greenland, Iceland, New York, Afghanistan, and Los Angeles.
2. Midnight in Paris.
The American writer arrives with his fiancée in Paris. That night, as he roams the streets, he falls under the spell and is transported back to the 1920s. This wonderful film by Woody Allen takes us to Paris in the early twentieth century, on its streets, in cafes. The perfect movie to fall in love with every corner of the French capital.
3. And your mother too (Y tu mamá también).
Julio and Tenoch are 2 friends who decide to take a trip together when their girlfriends travel to Italy. At the party, they meet Louise, a Spanish woman who is fed up with her life and decides to accompany the boys. On this trip, boys will explore love and their entry into adulthood through awe-inspiring Mexican landscapes.
4. Eat, pray, love.
It is impossible to miss this film, where Julia Roberts plays a newly divorced woman who travels to Italy to eat, to India to pray, and finally to Bali, where she will believe in love again. The film is based on Elizabeth Gilbert's autobiographical bestseller.
5. Train to Darjeeling. Desperate travelers.
The 3 brothers, reunited after their father's death, embark on a journey across India on the Darjeeling Limited train, which travels the country from end to end.
Our beloved Leonardo DiCaprio embarks on an adventure as a tourist in Thailand. There he meets a man who tells him a story about a virgin beach never visited by tourists. The duo travels there in search of a heavenly place. But there are dark secrets hidden on the beach.
A group of school friends decides to travel from the United States to Europe to meet a German girl with whom one of them is chatting. Together they will embark on a fun and crazy adventure across Europe en route to Berlin. The film was filmed in the Czech Republic, Germany, England and the Vatican.
8. Roman holidays.
Rome becomes the protagonist of this film, in which the princess wants to escape her obligations, and the journalist, pretending not to recognize her, offers himself as a guide through the city. Onboard the Vespa, they cross the Colosseum, Piazza de Spain, Trevi Fountain, and Piazza Venezia, and all the while, love arises between them.