Travel On The Screens: 10 Best Travel Movies Of All Times

Travel is all about experience, but what if you could do that sitting in the confines of your room with a tub of popcorn in your hands?


Movies are one of the most integral parts of the today’s generation in terms of every aspect of their lives, and even travel comes under that list. It gives us an insight into the travel experiences woven craftily around a story line. But if asked what your favorite movie is, would you have a single answer? Don’t worry fellow traveler we wouldn’t put you in a spot to make that choice.

In fact, to help you update your list, we have a collection of the 10 best-voted travel movies of all times. So grab your popcorn and dim the lights as we go through the list.

  1. 1 The Art of Travel


    Under the direction of Thomas Whelan, this is a story of Conner Layne, a high school grad, who goes on a solo trip across Central America after the failure of his wedding plans.

    It is there that he finds adventure with a ragtag group of tourists. Receiving a rating of 6.4/10 ratings, this is the movie enjoyed extensively by the people with the craving to travel

    For further information, one can visit the link http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0448993/

  2. 2 Encounters at the End of the World


    Having its official premiere at the International Documentary Festival in Amsterdam, this is an American documentary film by Werner Herzog, who travels to the McMurdo station present in Antartica.

    This documentary is entirely dedicated to portraying the beauty and the raw nature of the continent and an insight into the life of the wild creatures there. The ways of the lives of the scientist living there and their experiences all wrapped up in a single film. With around 15,000 votes, this movie has a rating of 7.8/10 on the IMDb lists. What else can you ask for in a movie?

    For more information, one can visit the site http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1093824/

  3. 3 Cairo Time


    Winning the "Best Canadian Feature Film" at the Toronto International Film Festival 2009, Cairo Time is a Canadian love story released in 2009.

    The protagonist of the movie is a magazine editor Julliette, visiting Cairo for a vacation, falls in love with the authenticity of the city and also a native man named Tareq.

    This movie takes the audience on a trip to Egypt, through the local markets up to the great pyramids, this movie has it all.

    With a total of 5500 votes, this movie has an IMDb rating of 6.7/10. For the rest of information, one can visit the site http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0896529/

  4. 4 Up in the Air


    Inspired by a book sharing the name, this is an American comedy-drama directed by Jason Reitman.

    The story is centered on a corporate downsizer, Ryan Bingham and the story of his travels. Some of the major cities of the shooting include  St. Louis, Missouri, Detroit, Omaha, Las Vegas and Miami.

    With around 280,000 votes, this movie has a rating of 7.4/10 on the IMDb scale. For further information, one can visit the site http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1193138/

  5. 5 Into the Cold: A Journey of the Soul


    Directed by Sebastian Copeland, this is a documentary featuring two men and their journey to the geographic North Pole in 2009, to commemorate the centennial of Admiral Peary's successful 1909 reach.

    The film successfully retraces the training and the two-month expedition of Sebastian Copeland and his partner Keith Heger, covering more than 400 miles on foot in sub-zero temperatures.

    With an IMDb rating of 6.7/ 10, this 1hr 25 minute is definitely a must see.
    For further information, one can visit the visit http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1567344/

  6. 6 Hector and the Search for Happiness


    A German-British-Canadian comedy drama, Hector and the Search for Happiness, is a film directed by Peter Chelsom inspired from a novel by  François Lelord having the same name.

    The plot is based around Hector, a quirky psychiatrist and travels after leaving his life behind. He travels around the world to meet all sorts of people and discover the real meaning of happiness

    With around 37,000, the movie has an IMDb rating of 7.0/10.
    For further information, one can visit the site http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1626146/

  7. 7 Everest


    A 2015 British-American biographical adventure film, Everest was directed and co-produced by  Baltasar Kormákur.

    The story is based on the real events of the 1996 Mount Everest disaster, keeping the survival attempts of two expedition groups, one led by Rob Hall and the other by Scott Fischer.

    With around 160,000, the movie has a rating of 7.1/10 on the IMDb scale.
    For further information, one can visit the site http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2719848/

  8. 8 A Good Year


    A British-American comedy-drama, directed and produced by Ridley Scott, A Good Year features a story a British investment broker who inherits his uncle's chateau and vineyard in Provence. It is here that he discovers a new laid-back country side lifestyle.

    This movie focuses on the beauty of the country side France at its peak.  

    With over 76,000 votes, this movie has an IMDb rating of 6.9/10
    For further information, one can visit the site http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0401445/

  9. 9 One Week


    A Canadian drama film director by Michael McGowan, One Week, was debuted at the Toronto International Film Festival.

    Ben Tyler played Jackson, is diagnosed with cancer. For his immediate treatment, he rushes from Toronto across Canada to Vancouver Island. It is alone this way, that he meets several people who help him reevaluate his relationship status.

    The scenic backdrop of the Canadian landscape, as well as an all-Canadian soundtrack, serve as prevalent influences in the film.

    With more than 10,000, this movie has an IMDb rating of 7.1/10
    For more information, one can visit http://www.imdb.com/title/tt1104806/

  10. 10 Into the Wild


    One of the best one of the list, Into the wild, is an adaptation of Jon Krakauer's non-fiction book with the same name.

    It revolves around young Christopher McCandless as the protagonist who after completing his graduating, donates all his savings and abandons all his possessions and hitchhikes to Alaska to live in the wilderness.

    This provides a life altering experience for the person as well as the spectators while offering the beautiful views Alaska and the vicinity.

    With over 469,000 votes, this movie has 8.1/10 rating on the IMDb scale.
    For further information, one can visit http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0758758/

    Have any additions to the list? Leave them in the comments below.

Originally posted 2017-09-03 11:00:18.

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