Travel·Posted on Sep 13, 201923 Movies Anyone Who Loves Traveling Should WatchWarning: May contain wanderlust themes.by Louise KhongBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Hannah Wong / BuzzFeed / Getty We recently asked the BuzzFeed Community to tell us what movie inspired them to travel. Here's what they had to say. 1. The Secret Life of Walter Mitty (2013) 20th Century Fox, Anyaberkut / Getty Images After college I was thinking about taking a trip to Europe, but I was nervous because I'd never been out of the country. Then I watched The Secret Life of Walter Mitty and it gave me the confidence to go and not just dream of the places I want to see!—maddymonstermash1It's visually stunning and really inspires you to go on an adventure. My husband and I saw it at the cinema, and went straight to the airport after to pretend we were catching a flight. We sat in the departures lounge with hot chocolates and planned a trip to Europe.—bettymccready 2. In Bruges (2008) Focus Features, Lucentius / Getty Images The whole time Colin Farrell's character complains about being stuck in Bruges, but that whole city looks absolutely gorgeous! It's on my travel bucket list now. —caitlinm18 3. The Lizzie McGuire Movie (2003) Disney, Xantana / Getty Images I’ve been dreaming of going to Rome since I was a kid just so I could take a picture in front of the Colosseum where Lizzie McGuire owned the stage and caption it “this is what dreams are made of.”—husseins4a9884b0e 4. Aladdin (2019) Disney, Starcevic / Getty Images The scenes of the markets and streets of Agrabah made me so excited to get ready for my year abroad in Morocco!—cerysmichelleh 5. Home Alone 2: Lost in New York (1992) 20th Century Fox, Rosa Lazic / Getty Images Home Alone 2 is what made me always want to go to New York, ever since I was a kid. I finally made it there four years ago.—rebekahc49e196459Visiting New York for the holidays was on my bucket list since I was a kid because of this movie. I loved it so much I went two years in a row.—e42e645cb9If you're visiting for the first time, here are some common NYC mistakes to avoid. 6. The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants (2005) Warner Bros. Pictures, Marchello74 / Getty Images When I saw the Santorini scenes, I thought it had to be the most gorgeous place on earth. 12 years later, I found out first hand that it truly is!—katies4b4f8b0cfPsst! There are also some stunning places in mainland Greece worth checking out too. 7. Under the Tuscan Sun (2003) Buena Vista Pictures, Czekma13 / Getty Images Taking the time to really explore Italy and enjoy the natural beauty of Tuscany, without being on the tourist timeline, always sounded like heaven to me.—foxsmoulderStart planning your trip with some handy tips for visiting Italy. 8. Twilight (2008) Summit Entertainment, Rebekah Lewis / Getty Images The trees made me fall in love, and for my 12th birthday I got to visit Forks and La Push which just made me love the Pacific Northwest so much more. Since that trip, it's been my dream to live there!—linnamon-latte 9. Lost in Translation (2003) Focus Features, Massimiliano Sermisoni / Getty Images Lost in Translation fueled my desire to visit Tokyo, Japan. I’ve been there four times so far.—yeah6213111566There are so many incredible things to do in Tokyo, you'll need at least a few trips. 10. Call Me by Your Name (2017) Sony Pictures, Clodio / Getty Images The cinematography is so beautiful and I would just love to spend an entire summer in the town/surrounding area the movie was filmed in. It is so magical and just idyllic.—miscblogger92 11. Crazy Rich Asians (2018) Warner Bros. Pictures, buzzfeed.com After seeing Crazy Rich Asians, I actually went to Singapore. —lunal4a41c49e2Essential reading: Singapore's best bars to check out while you're there. 12. Wild (2014) FOX, Tobinakehurst / Getty Images Both the book and movie Wild make me want to leave my life and hike the Pacific Crest Trail for six months, but I settle for weekend day hikes instead.—lizb4c4bd303b 13. Only You (1994) TriStar Pictures, Katarina_b / Getty Images I watched it for the first time when I was 12 and absolutely fell in love with Italy (and Robert Downey Jr). I've probably watched it at least 100 times since then. My husband and I got married a little over 5 years ago and went to Italy on our honeymoon. We spent a lot of our time in Rome and Positano, where most of the movie takes place.—meghanr4f4f26f82 14. Lord of the Rings (2001) New Line Cinema, Aaronchoi / Getty Images My mum and I became obsessed with the films and were lucky enough to visit New Zealand. What made it even better was that we timed our trip with the premiere of Return of the King in Wellington. We did all the fan tours of the shooting locations and then saw the whole cast and crew being driven to the cinema, with most of Wellington turning up to celebrate. It was the best trip ever, and to this day I still want to live in New Zealand.—jennh4f77b06d5 15. Midnight in Paris (2011) Sony Pictures, Iakovkalinin / Getty Images Despite my feelings towards Woody Allen, it’s a masterpiece. It shows the beauty, charisma, history, and fun of Paris. I have always wanted to go, but after seeing Midnight in Paris, it’s on my bucket list.—elysseshapirokHere's a guide to visiting Paris like a local. 16. Out of Africa (1985) NBC Universal, Pradeep87 / Getty Images After seeing Out of Africa in 1985 I knew that I would one day go to Africa, and I did in 2017.—marypatgarasciak 17. The Last Holiday (2006) Paramount Pictures, Borisb17 / Getty Images The whole vacation Queen Latifah takes is so magical. I love watching that movie and imagining myself doing the same things she did.—madeehar 18. Muriel's Wedding (1994) Miramax Films, Gordonbellphotography / Getty Images I always wanted to go to Australia, but Muriel's Wedding made me really want to go. Been three times now and I absolutely love it there!—klynn214Good news: your Sydney bucket list is already sorted. 19. Roman Holiday (1953) Paramount Pictures, Xantana / Getty Images I swear I used to watch this movie like once a week growing up, dreaming of escaping reality and running around Rome. I’m 30 now and have lived here for four years, so don’t give up on your dreams, guys!—pandabear14It's time to fulfil your ambitious dream of eating your way through Rome. 20. Slumdog Millionaire (2008) FOX, Tanarch / Getty Images This may seem odd to some, but I will say that Slumdog Millionaire made me want to go to India. It doesn't always paint a great picture of life there, but the culture is truly unique and has a lot to offer. I finally went there in 2016 for two weeks, and it was the best vacation I've ever been on.—cdobs85But don't just visit the Taj Mahal — put some of these other magical places in India on your list too. 21. The Prince and Me (2004) Paramount Pictures, Clarkandcompany / Getty Images After watching The Prince and Me, traveling to Denmark became such a goal for me, and when I eventually went there it was so much more than I expected. It's the most beautiful country!—fredadek 22. Mamma Mia (2008) Universal Pictures, JindÅ™ich Blecha / Getty Images This started my dream of going to visit Greece one day; the beaches and islands there are absolutely gorgeous!!!—ttorres28 23. The Parent Trap (1998) Disney, Pcruciatti / Getty Images I dreamed of going to London after seeing The Parent Trap, and when I finally went I cried in the cab to my hotel 'cause I was so happy. It was everything I dreamed!—samberryjamOnce you've finished walking in Lindsay Lohan's footsteps, here are 100 other things to tick off in London. So I guess we're all going to Italy then? If we missed your favorite wanderlust-inducing movie, tell us in the comments.