Stuck at home? Give yourself a much-needed break during these crazy times and curl up on the sofa while enjoying these wanderlust-worthy films.
Eat Pray Love
No list of the best travel films is complete without the inclusion of Eat, Pray, Love. This book-turned-film has been inspiring women to travel the world to eat, to pray, and to find love. Let's not pretend you haven't done, or thought of doing, at least one of those.
Indiana Jones And The Last Crusade
Nearly one-million people visit Petra in Jordan every year. The city's carved rose-red sandstone rock facades, tombs, and temples became known around the world with this film's appearance in 1989. This ancient city also became one of the 7 New Wonders of the World in 2007.
On the surface of it, this heartbreaking story doesn't seem like the most inspiring film to set you off on your travels, but stick with it – the payoff is astounding.
Don't watch if you're hungry. Explore the deeply complex histories of the world's most beloved tacos in this eye-opening, mouth-watering food adventure. This documentary will bring you right to the street-side stands in Mexico City.
Watch this to see what the absolute worst case scenario for a global pandemic looks like, including the military's response — and then take heart in knowing that's not at all what is happening.