Quarantine is not a reason to deny myself a little road trip! To do it from the comfort of home, you will help inspirational feature films, which takes place in the most beautiful cities in the world. Add them to a glass of wine and a great evening is guaranteed.
“Paris, I love you”, 2006 (Paris, je t’aime)
Meet the most romantic city in the world, watching the eighteen five-minute stories about love in all its manifestations. Each of them takes place in different districts of Paris.
“Vicky Cristina Barcelona”, 2008 (Vicky Cristina Barcelona)
Sultry Barcelona, Scarlett Johansson, Penelope Cruz, Javier Bardem and passion from woody Allen — hot combination that will inspire you not only to stay in Spain, when this is all over, but on a hot holiday romance.
“To Rome with love”, 2012 (To Rome with Love)
Another masterpiece from woody Allen, which will please every aesthetic. The romantic Comedy revolves around four storylines and showing us such different, but always great love.
“Love actually”, 2003 (Love Actually)
Majestic London and nine stories of love from which goosebumps. Rest assured, after watching this film you will want to rethink his entire life and immediately fall in love.
“La La Land”, 2016 (La La Land)
To be at least once in this city everyone dreams. However, if it’s all fabulous and rosy as it seems? We offer you to learn in the company of incredible Emma stone and Ryan Gosling.
“The great beauty”, 2013 (La grande bellezza)
The film by Paolo Sorrentino about a writer, JEP Gambardella, who upon learning of the death of his first love, starts to rethink his entire life. takes place in Rome, showing us all the famous touristic places from a completely different side.
“Lost in translation”, 2003 (Lost in Translation)
In the center of Sofia Coppola’s romance — a relationship of two lonely Americans who find themselves in Tokyo. Along with Bob Harris (bill Murray) and Charlotte (Scarlett Johansson) we’re going to go to the most unusual places of the city, and will survive many adventures and romantic moments, from which goosebumps.