Flight Path


Inspirational Movies

Many find themselves transported to another world while watching a film, but then there are certain movies that do more than just that—movies that have the power to ignite our wanderlust and make us want to pack our bags and explore the world.

An online forum of movie lovers listed some of the movies that brought out the travel vibes inside them.

This film might just make you surrender to the allure of endless Italian summer. Brightly lit scenes showcase the charismatic Oliver in the stunning backdrop of Lombardy, Northern Italy, a region celebrated for its captivating vistas, hills, and spirited cities, like Milan.

Call Me By Your Name (2017)

In Bruges (2008)

It’s an interesting dark-themed comedy directed by Martin McDonagh. They shot the movie in the city of Bruges in Belgium. Remember the scene where Ken takes Ray in a canal boat?

Lord Of The Rings (2001 — 2003)

All three films were set in a fictional world but shot in New Zealand. The country whispers the stories of the movies. One worthy of note is the village of Hobbiton, in Matamata, which has become a permanent attraction.

Filmed in Tokyo and directed by Sofia Coppola, the ending of this movie annoyed a few, leaving people wondering what Bob whispered into Charlotte’s ears. It remains a mystery, but the beautiful city of Tokyo awaits exploring.

Lost in Translation (2003)

The Banshees of Insheerin (2022)

The famous local watering hole has to be what most people look forward to seeing. Unfortunately, it doesn’t exist, and they built it for the movie. Unfortunately, they also destroyed it after filming.

Mission: Impossible (1996-present)

Unlike most movies, they shot this in different parts of the world. Picking this movie as a travel guide is a ticket to seeing most areas globally.