Are you still thinking about spending a vacation in a new country or making repairs in your apartment? Domestic fuss will always wait, but a bright journey can leave unforgettable impressions and charge you a huge positive. You have not decided which city you want to visit? Then our article about films that inspire for travel to specific cities is for you.
1. Venice: “Tourist” (2010)
This is a chic romantic thriller with comedy elements in which no less chic Angelina Jolie and Johnny Depp play. The events of the film unfold against the backdrop of the breathtaking views of Venice, with pursuits on wide channels and a waltz at an exquisite ball. After watching this beautiful and dynamic film, you will certainly want to visit the legendary city on the water.
2. Los Angeles: “The holiday” (2006)
This is a very warm and kind Christmas comedy, where the two main characters (the beauties Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet), disappointed in their love failures, decide to exchange houses, cars and the whole way of life for the holiday. As a result, the owner of a thriving advertising agency Amanda Woods goes to a quiet suburb of London, and the local journalist Iris Simpkins travels for the first time to vibrant and enchanting Los Angeles. But their attempt to rest from men was unsuccessful: both meet local handsome men, who, moreover, turn out to be wonderful people.
3. Rome: “All roads lead to Rome” (2016)
Maggie (played by the well-known Sarah Jessica Parker) has everything planned for an ideal vacation – the sun of Rome and the sea of Tuscany. That’s just her 16-year-old daughter, Summer, wants to fly back to the States to her boyfriend, and Maggie accidentally meets her first love – heartthrob Luka and his eccentric mother, who also strives to escape from home to her secret lover. Relaxed rest turns into a dizzying pursuit of runaway relatives and … own happiness. This romantic melodrama, the scenes of which were shot against the backdrop of the Eternal City and picturesque Italian landscapes, will not leave anyone indifferent.
4. Amsterdam: “The fault in our stars” (2014)
This is a very gentle and touching drama about two lovers, but terminally ill teenagers. Hazel has cancer. Despite the fact that the disease temporarily receded, the girl does not feel a drop of joy. She goes to a support group where she meets Augustus Waters and instantly falls in love with him. August and Hazel embark on a journey full of passion and life to Amsterdam, which will show them that the whole meaning of life can be found in any part of it.
5. Tibet: “Seven Years in Tibet” (1997)
This film is about how one unplanned trip can change a whole life and worldview of a man. In the title role – the beloved young Brad Pitt. He plays the flighty German army officer and climber Heinrich Harrer, who during World War II leaves his pregnant wife in Austria and sets off to conquer the Himalayas. During his bold journey, he is captured, during which time his wife files for divorce, and he finally manages to escape from captivity. Having wandered with his friend in misfortune for some time in the mountains, Henry finds himself in the city of Lhasa, lost and hidden from human eyes, where he meets with the Dalai Lama himself. They become friends, and the young sage helps Henry become a completely different person and even win the love of his son, left by him 12 years ago.