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Getting on a train, just putting a rucksack on your shoulders, going on an adventure, discovering new countries, getting to know different cultures and traditions and, above all, making new friends ... all of this is travel and much more!

The journey has always inspired writers, poets, thinkers and artists who thought very beautiful and touching Quotes about traveling shared.

Here are the best travel aphorisms of all time:

The most beautiful quotes on the subject of travel

There is no more complete person than the one who has traveled, who has changed the form of his thought and life twenty times.
(Alphonse de Lamartine)

The world is a book and those who do not travel read only one page.
(Augustine of Hippo)

Life is a journey and the traveler lives twice.
(Omar Khayyam)

If you live in one place for a long time, you will become blind because you no longer observe anything. I travel so as not to go blind.
(Josef Koudelka)

The only travel rule is: do not return as you left. Come back different.
(Anne Carson)

When you travel to discover the countries, you will find the continent within you.
(Indian proverb)

Our suitcases were stacked on the sidewalk again; We had a long way to go. But it didn't matter, the street is life.
(Jack Kerouac)

Don't tell me how old you are or how educated and educated you are, tell me where you have traveled and what you know.
(Mohammed)

Quotes for true travelers

But true travelers go to go, and that's it: Light, balloon-like hearts, which only move by chance forever, always say "Let's go" and they don't know why. Your wishes have the shapes of the clouds.
(Charles Baudelaire)

Traveling is being unfaithful. Be it with no regrets. Forget your friends for strangers.
(Paul Morand)

I want to start: not to India or to the big islands south of everything, but to every place, village or hermitage that has the virtue of not being that place. I don't want to see these faces, these habits and these days anymore.
(Fernando Pessoa)

Roots are important in a person's life, but we humans have legs, not roots, and legs are made to go elsewhere.
(Pino Cacucci)

Diverse, distraction, imagination, changes in fashion, food, love and scenery. We need it like the air we breathe.
(Bruce Chatwin)

Cities have always been like people, they show the traveler their different personalities. Depending on the city and the traveler, mutual love or antipathy, friendship or enmity can arise. Only by traveling can we know where something belongs to us or not, where we are loved and where we are rejected.
(Roman Payne)

He did not see himself as a tourist but as a traveler and explained that this was partly a time difference. After a few weeks or months, the tourist hurries to go home. The traveler who does not belong to a specific place moves slowly from one point on earth to another for years.
(Paul Bowles)

Do not go where the path can lead you. Better go where the path doesn't already exist and leave a trail.
(Ralph Waldo Emerson)

The journey begins where the rhythm of the heart is exposed to the wind of fear.
(Fabrizio Resca)

My answer to those who ask me why I am traveling is that I know well what I am running from, but not what I am looking for.
(Michel de Montaigne)

In geography, as in morality, it is very difficult to understand the world without leaving your home.
(Voltaire)

Quotes for travel lovers

Traveling is like falling in love: the world is becoming new ...
(Jan Myrdal)

The world changes every hundred meters.
(Roberto Bolaño)

And there is nothing better than the moment before the trip, the moment when the horizon of tomorrow visits us and tells us about its promises.
(Milan Kundera)

Dawn beyond the east, the sea beyond the west and between east and west the thirst of the traveler who gives me no peace.
(Gerald Gould)

You don't value the seven or seventy-seven wonders of a city, but you value the answer it gives to your question.
(Italo Calvino)

On the great journey we are making, it is our little insignificant paths on the crust of this planet that move in turn, but where to?
(Antonio Tabucchi)

The journey: a starting from me, an infinite number of infinite distances and a coming to me.
(Antonio Porchia)

Follow the impulse of the moment (without planning anything, within eight hours) and get on a plane or fill up the car and drive off. The destination doesn't matter. The goal is to travel lightly, spread your wings, and test your ability to drop everything. Starting an adventure instinctively and stepping away from your own life for a while is an extraordinary feeling of freedom.
(Lynn Gordon)

The journey is a kind of door through which one leaves reality as if to enter an unexplored reality that appears like a dream.
(Guy de Maupassant)

The most beautiful quotes about the benefits of traveling

I've never seen a limit before. But I've heard these exist in some people's minds.
(Thor Heyerdahl)

Traveling is like dreaming: the difference is that not everyone remembers something when they wake up, while everyone keeps warm the memory of the destination they returned from.
(Edgar Allan Poe)
There are so many unhappy people who still do not take the initiative to change their situation because of security, conformity, traditionalism, all things that seem to ensure peace of mind. In reality, however, there is nothing more devastating than a definite future for a person's adventurous soul. The real core of a person's spirit is a passion for adventure. The joy of life comes from new experiences, and therefore there is no greater joy than a constantly changing horizon, or being in a new and different sun every day ...
(From the movie Into the wild)

Once you've traveled, the journey never ends but is repeated endlessly in the quietest corners of the mind. The mind cannot part with travel.
(Pat Conroy)

To infinity and beyond!
(Buzz Lightyear from the history of Toys)

Those who travel have chosen the wind as their profession.
(Fabrizio Caramagna)

I don't travel to go anywhere, I travel to go. Travel to travel. The great thing is to move around, to feel the itchiness of our life more closely, to step out of this feather bed of civilization and to feel the granite of the globe under your feet.
(Robert Louis Stevenson)

What is the real meaning of the word travel? Change location? Absolutely not! Travel changes opinions and prejudices.
(Anatole France)

Because whoever stops has more life, but whoever walks has more roads.
(Francisco Galvez)

The shortest way to reach yourself is around the world.
(Herman Keyserling)

We won't stop exploring. And at the end of our way we will return to the starting point to get to know him for the first time.
(T. S. Eliot)

Travel restores the original harmony that once existed between humans and the universe.
(Anatole France)

On the journey there is a certain taste of freedom, of simplicity ... a certain charm of the horizon without borders, of the path without return, of the night without a roof, of life without superfluity.
(Théodore Monod)

Tourists went on vacation while travelers did something else. You have traveled.
(Alex Garland)

Anyone who needs more than one suitcase is a tourist, not a traveler.
(Ira Levin)

Tourists don't know where they have been. The traveler does not know where he is going.
(Paul Theroux)

Travelers are those who leave their faith at home, tourists are not.
(Pico Iyer)

A good traveler should not appear through affirmation, explanation, but through silence, listening, and understanding.
(Paul Morand)

Life is what we make of it. Journeys are travelers. What we see is not what we see, but what we are.
(Fernando Pessoa)

There seems to be a need for migration in humans, like birds, a vital need to feel elsewhere.
(Marguerite Yourcenar)

Some places are a mystery. Others an explanation.
(Fabrizio Caramagna)

To travel.
As single: Iceland, Peru, Patagonia, Namibia.
They get married: Spain, Portugal, France.
Do you have a son: Gabicce Mare, bathroom 26, row 4.
(robgere, twitter)

I still remember this wide horizon without reference points, where only the sun was the limit of infinity. It was then that I understood that, given the great freedom of the sea, what matters is not having a ship, but a place, a port, a dream that all the water is worth to cross.
(Alessandro D’Avenia)

Only the direction is real, the goal is always fictional, even the goal achieved ... in fact above all that.
(Arthur Schnitzler)

Indeed, traveling through the countries of the world is a symbolic journey for man. Wherever he goes he seeks his soul. For this reason, humans must be able to travel.
(Andrej Tarkowsky)

Traveling means looking at the world with new eyes

The real voyage of discovery does not consist in looking for new countries, but in having new eyes.
(Marcel Proust)

A traveler without observation is a bird without wings.
(Moslih Eddin Saadi)

What you have never seen before can be found where you have never been.
(African proverb)

Man's real home is not a house but the street, and life itself is a journey on foot.
(Bruce Chatwin)

Only the fool walks the way of life without stopping to observe the beauties of creation.
(Tibetan proverb)

A journey of a thousand miles always begins with the first step.
(Lao Tzu)

The perfect trip is circular. The joy of leaving, the joy of returning.
(Dino Basili)

To travel! Lose Countries! To be constantly different so that the soul has no roots! Go ahead, chasing the absence of a goal and the fear of achieving it.
(Fernando Pessoa)

Travel, dream, fall in love, three invitations for the same thing. Three ways to places we don't always understand.
(Angeles Mastretta)

From the moment they can walk, the child knows how to travel.
(Anonymous)

Travel has to involve sacrificing an ordinary program in favor of the fall, giving up everyday life for the extraordinary, it has to be an absolutely personal restructuring of our beliefs.
(Herman Hesse)

Like many travelers, have I seen more than I remember and remember more than I saw.
(Benjamin Disraeli)

I'm not the same after seeing the moonlight on the other side of the world.
(Mary Anne Radmacher)

As always on a long journey, for the first two or three stops the imagination still stays where you started, and then when you hit the first morning it suddenly spins to the destination of the journey and then builds there the castles of the future.
(Lev Tolstoj)

Starting is the most beautiful and courageous of all actions. A selfish joy, perhaps, but a joy for those who know how to value freedom. To be alone, without needs, strangers, foreigners and yet feel at home everywhere and conquer the world.
(Isabelle Eberhardt)

Hundreds of reasons call for departure. We start making contact with other human identities to fill a blank card. We start because we're young and longing to be steeped in excitement and hear the creak of boots in the dust. You leave because you are old and you need to understand something before it's too late. We're going to see what's going to happen.
(Colin Thubron)

“The path that has just been lost”… Of course, this is how the journey begins.
(Stefano Lanuzza)

As soon as he arrives at each new city, the traveler finds his past, which he no longer knew he had: the strangeness of what you no longer or no longer own awaits you at the passage in places that are strange and which ones you don't own.
(Italo Calvino)

You always have to think of Ithaca
to achieve it should be the constant thought.
However, do not rush;
make the walk long, years, and step onto the island as an old man; You rich man
who has accumulated treasure on the street,
without expecting wealth from Ithaca.
Ithaca gave you the beautiful journey
without them you would never have set out: what else do you expect?
(Kostantin Kavafis, Ithaca)

A journey is always a discovery, but before new places of discovery it is discovery of what the new places do to your mind and heart. Travel is always some form of self-exploration.
(Stephen Littleword)

People who travel to meet new people; I to forget those I already know
(Anonymous)

Of all the books, my favorite is my passport, the only one in eight that opens borders.
(Alain Borer)

The best trip is the one that has not yet been taken.
(Loick Peyron)

Most of us have always had a journey that is not a simple visit or vacation, but a dream. A journey of this kind is enlivened by readings, illustrated postcards, cards, photographs, people who come with news and adventures that are lived by others and of which one feels part alone in front of the television or in the darkness of a cinema or at home ...
(Maruja Torres)

One of the joys of travel is to dive into where others live and leave the place untouched, filled with the evil joy of leaving it to its fate.
(Jean Baudrillard)

Whoever travels without meeting the other does not travel, but moves.
(Alexandra David-Néel)

I would always like to be somewhere else where I am not, in the place from which I have now fled. I am happy only on the way between the place I have just left and where I am going.
(Thomas Bernhard)

Travel is brutality. It forces you to trust foreigners and lose sight of the familiar comforts of your home and friends. You feel out of balance all the time. Nothing but the essential things - air, sleep, dreams, sea, sky - are yours, things tend towards the eternal or what we can imagine.
(Cesare Pavese)

Traveling is watching like opening the taps and how time goes by, which is wasted in a fluid and entertaining way.
(Ennio Flaiano)

I don't know what world is beyond this sea, but every sea has a different shore and I will arrive.
(Cesare Pavese)

The meat is sad, unfortunately, and I've read all the books. Flee! Escape to this place ... I'll start!
(Mallarmé)

A place is never just “this” place: we are also a little bit of the place. Somehow, without knowing it, we carried it inside of us and one day we happened upon it.
(Antonio Tabucchi)

If you want to travel in “first class” you have to travel with the heart!
(Anonymous)

Nobody understands how nice it is to travel until they return home and lay their head on their usual familiar pillow.
(Lin Yutang)

I have just returned from a leisure trip: I accompanied my mother-in-law to the airport.
(Milton Berle)

Strangely, once you start traveling it is difficult to stop. It's like an alcoholic.
(Gore Vidal)

People travel to distant places to be fascinated by people they normally ignore at home.
(Dagobert D. Runes)

If you reject food, ignore customs, fear religion, and avoid people, it would have been better to stay home.
(James A. Michener)

It is not true. The journey never ends. Only travelers end. And they too can extend in the memory, in the memory, in the narrative. When the traveler sat on the beach sand and said, "There is nothing else to see," he knew it was not true. The end of one journey is just the beginning of another. You have to see what you haven't seen, see what you have already seen, see in spring what you have seen in summer, see by day what you saw at night, with the sun where it was the first time rained to see the green plants, the ripe fruits, the stone that changed the places, the shadow that wasn't there.We have to go back to the steps already given, repeat them and break new ground alongside you. We have to start the journey again. Always.
(Josè Saramago)

Travel ends where lovers meet.
(William Shakespeare)

The real journeys are like those by sea with ships, not trains. The horizon must be empty and detach the sky from the water, there must be nothing around it and the immense weight must weigh on it, then it is a journey.
(Erri De Luca)

When you travel, you notice that the differences are lost: every city resembles all cities, places exchange information about orderly distances, a formless dust penetrates the continents.
(Italo Calvino)

Travel is a school of humility, it brings you to touch the limits of your own understanding, the uncertainty of the patterns and tools by which one person or culture presupposes to understand or judge another.
(Claudio Magris)

In some places in the world, your arrival or departure mysteriously expands with the emotions of those people who have arrived or left before you.
(Cees Nooteboom)

Hiking trails are built through travel.
(Franz Kafka)

Travel gives life to the senses

Travel gives your life meaning, travel gives life to your senses.
(Alexandre Poussin)

Life is a great field in which to cultivate. Travel means sowing the diversity of the earth. Travel embellishes it with the colors of the world.
(Lesven)

When you travel, you experience the act of rebirth in a much more concrete way. We are faced with completely new situations, the day goes by slower and in most cases we do not understand the language others are speaking. This is exactly what happens to a newborn from the womb.
(Paulo Coelho)

Travel teaches disorientation, always feeling like a foreigner in life, at home too, but being a foreigner among foreigners is perhaps the only way to truly be brothers. That is why people are the destination of the trip.
(Claudio Magris)

We don't go on a trip. The journey makes us and reverses us, the journey invents us.
(David Le Breton)

Experience comes from ancient Irfaran, "travel".
(Stefano Lanuzza)

Traveling means suddenly asking the distance what time could only slowly give us.
(Paul Morand)

Travel is the frivolous part of serious people's lives and the serious part of frivolous people's lives.
(Anne Sophie Swetchine)

I always thought: when I am free, without restrictions, I will travel. But I don't have any travel recipes, I stumble often, everywhere. I like to get lost, make a lot of detours. I often decide the destination along the way or change it entirely. You can't experience too many things while traveling; I think it is better to focus on little or nothing and not pay attention to monuments. In museums, just keep your eyes peeled and listen. And it's not that simple.
(Peter Handke)

The old travelogues become as valuable as the greatest works of art; because the unknown land was sacred and it can never be again.
(Elias Canetti)

Travel not only expands the mind, it also shapes it.
(Bruce Chatwin)

Starting means winning a battle against the habit.
(Paul Morand)

There are those who travel to get lost, there are those who travel to find themselves.
(Gesualdo Bufalino)

And then the train while traveling
who always makes us dream.
(Antonio Machado)

When you go on a motorcycle vacation, things are very different. In the car you are always in a passenger compartment; You are used to it and you don't know that all you see out of that window is just an extra dose of television. You are a passive observer and the landscape flows very boringly next to you within a frame. The frame is gone with the motorcycle. You are in full contact with everything. You are no longer a spectator, you are in the scene and the feeling of presence is tangible.
(R. M. Pirsig)

Traveling is different to returning to the way you started

Whoever returns from a trip is never the same person who left.
(Chinese proverb)

Travel like Gandhi, with simple clothes, open eyes and a clear mind.
(Rick Steves)

You always start with a car full of clothes, you come back with a head full of memories.
(Rattodisabina, Twitter)

From my fourth floor above infinity, in the plausible intimacy of the coming evening at the windows to gazing at the stars, my dreams travel in harmony with the obvious distance for travel to unknown or imaginary or just impossible countries.
(Fernando Pessoa)

We'll travel one day the brain full of gluten
The heart with bitter desire and bitter pain
We weigh within ourselves according to the rhythm of the tides
An unlimited on a limited lake.
(Charles Baudelaire)

In short, even if static, the geographical map assumes a narrative idea, it is conceived according to an itinerary, it is an odyssey.
(Italo Calvino)

For me a country is a face, a smile, a welcome, a name, much more than cities, mountains, forests or banks.
(Pierre Fillit)

On the first trip you discover, on the second you get rich.
(Tuareg proverb)

The traveler sees what he sees, the tourist sees what he has seen.
(GK Chesterton)

When traveling, it is best to get lost. If you get lost, plans give way to surprises and only then does the journey begin.
(Nicolas Bouvier)

A city cannot be understood without the public transport system.
(Erol Ozan)

Those who do not move do not feel their chains.
(Rosa Luxemburg)

If you find that your life is meaningless, commit suicide or travel.
(Edward Dahlberg)

Under the thick blue
some sea birds fly from the sky;
and never rest: because all the pictures mean: "continue"
(Eugenio Montale)

A journey does not begin the moment we leave, nor does it end the moment we reach our destination. It actually starts much earlier and never ends as the bond of memories continues to flow even after it has stopped. It's the travel virus, an essentially incurable disease.
(Ryszard Kapuscinki)

To travel is to give life to life.
(Gesualdo Bufalino)

In Tibetan the definition of “man” is a-Go ba, “wanderer”, “the one who immigrates”.
(Bruce Chatwin)

All in all, there are two types of people in the world: those who stay in their home and the others.
(Rudyard Kipling)

I would like to live differently in distant countries. I would love to die under an unknown flag.
(Fernando Pessoa)

You don't go as far as if you don't know where you are going. (Christoph Columbus)

It happens while traveling: a single month seems to be longer than four months at home.
(Arthur Schopenhauer)

The best way to understand the world is to look at it from as many angles as possible.
(Ari Kiev)

Movement is morality for the nomad. Without movement, his animals would die. (Bruce Chatwin)

He liked the differences: maybe that's why he traveled a lot.
(Jorge Louis Borges)

To travel?
They are our very own art gallery ... Travels are the images of our lives.
(Anonymous)

They travel to change their minds

We don't travel to change places, but to think. (Hippolyte Adolphe Taine)

The journey begins long before buses, airplanes, helicopters, ships and feet. The journey begins in the head. We have to move there, otherwise nothing will move.
(Simona Vinci)

Because every real trip presupposes the willingness to accept the unexpected, whatever it may be, even if you don't know exactly who you were before you left.
(Simona Vinci)

In my travels I haven't found any answers, just miracles.
(Marty Rubin)

There's nothing like going back to a place that hasn't changed to see how much you've changed.
(Nelson Mandela)

The journey was… as is typical in our time for any journey undertaken with intelligence, a school of resistance, amazement, almost asceticism, a means of losing one's prejudices and bringing them into contact with those of the foreigner bring.
(Marguerite Yourcenar)

Those who travel “to take photos”. And then at home they look what they have never seen before ...
(Stefano Lanuzza)

Instead of bringing back 1,600 plants, we could come back from our travels with a collection of little thoughts that make life better.
(Alain de Botton)

When traveling, keep in mind that a foreign country is not meant to be convenient for you. It was designed to be convenient for your own people.
(Clifton Fadiman)

I stay here and I am sure to stay here. It's so cute to stay Does nature go abroad?
(Robert Walser)

People travel for the same reasons they collect works of art: because society is so good. It is socially appropriate to have been to certain points on the surface of the earth. That gives a feeling of superiority over those who have never been there.
(Aldous Huxley)

To travel means to flee from the family demon, to distance the shadow, to sow your own double.
(Paul Morand)

I believe that in the future, wherever I am in the world, I will ask whether it is raining in Ngong.
(Karen Blixen)

In fact, I feel the Antarctic countries are more my home than Milan. So the real trauma is not the departure, but the return. After living in a world where everything is authentic and important, where every day has the intensity of a year, I suddenly find myself among people chasing worthless things that are dominated by consumerism etc. Well ... I seem crazy! After a while I also go back to the tracks, otherwise I would feel inappropriately, but I do it with a stuffy nose, like apnea, because I don't accept what the company is offering me. I take it because I know it's the price I'll have to pay to get the rest back.
(Walter Bonatti)

The most important thing to pack is a book: Probably no travel companion will be more generous, original, lively and sociable. Of course, pens and notebooks too.
(Paul Theroux)

That night in bed I wondered if I had fallen asleep or exploded, but an idea occurred to me. If you can't make life work, at least you can walk away. One can change one's way of life, get rid of routine and take real risks. It was a matter of dignity.
(William Least Hear-Moon)

I crossed the seas, left cities behind, followed the sources of the rivers and dived into the forests. I could never go back like a hard drive cannot spin backwards. And where did that take me? Right at this moment.
(Jean-Paul Sartre)

I've learned that those who travel are only shadows
Need moss and a little light to guide you.
(Rafael Adolfo Téllez)

We shouldn't deny that nomads have always filled us with joy. In our eyes it is associated with the flight from history, oppression, law and boring compulsions, with absolute freedom, and the path always leads to the west.
(From the movie Into The Wild)

Nomads have no history, they only have geography.
(Gilles Deleuze)

I want to cross the earth
hidden and unknown
like a wanderer in the night;
and up the river in the river of life
swim with the wind on your face.
(Yulak, gypsy poet)

The further away the journeys are, the more one enters the world.
(Jürgen Wilbert)

Who knows what Columbus would have discovered if America hadn't blocked his way.
(Stanislaw Lec)

Only dead fish swim in the current.
(Malcolm Muggeridge)

You leave the labyrinth and move away from your center towards the periphery.
(Stefano Lanuzza)

This is how a day of travel goes by and nothing else is needed to fill it from top to bottom: a river, bushes, a beautiful childlike head, graves.
(Gustave Flaubert)

Start to leave a part of us in the world

Leaving is a little like dying, dying in relation to what you love: you leave behind a fragment of yourself in every hour and in every place.
(Edmond Haraucourt)

Writing is traveling without the hassle of luggage.
(Emilio Salgari)

Only one journey is possible: what we do in our inner world. I don't think we can travel any more on our planet. Just like I don't think you travel to return. Man can never return to the point from which he started because he has changed himself in the meantime. One cannot withdraw from oneself.
(Andrej Tarkovskij)

Where are you going? Throw the card away! Why do you want to know where you are right now? Okay: In all cities, in shopping centers, at bus or subway stations, people are used to being taken by the hand by the signs. There is almost always a sign with a colored dot, an arrow on the map that says out loud, “You are here”. Even in Venice, all you have to do is look up and see lots of yellow signs with arrows telling you: go beyond, don't be confused, to the train, to San Marco, to the academy. Leave her alone, let her go Why do you want to fight the maze? Do it once. Don't worry, let the road determine your own path and not the path by which you choose the roads. Learn to hike, hike. Confused. Loitering.
(Tiziano Scarpa)

Forgotten in his country, unknown elsewhere. Such is the fate of the traveler.
(Marcel Carné)

Ah! Traveling is a bath of humility: you realize how small the space is that you take up in the world.
(Gustave Flaubert)

Our nature is in motion, complete rest is death.
(Blaise Pascal)

A journey is a new life with a birth, an evolution and a death that is offered to us all together. Let's use it.
(Paul Morand)

Every place is a mine. Just let yourself go, take your time, sit in a tea house and watch people walk by, go to a corner of the market, get your hair done and then follow a dock that can begin with a word at the end of a dock Meeting the friend of a friend of a person you have just met and the most boring, most insignificant place in the world becomes the mirror of the world, the window of life, the theater of humanity, in front of which one could stand without stopping without need, somewhere else to go there. The mine is exactly where you are: all you have to do is dig.
(Tiziano Terzani)

You don't go anywhere without first dreaming of a place. And vice versa, without traveling sooner or later, all dreams end or you are always stuck in the same dream.
(Wim Wenders)

When I travel I dream a lot. Maybe this is one of the main reasons I travel. It has something to do with strange rooms, unusual noises and smells, with vibrations, with food, with travel-related fears.
(Paul Theraux)

The presumption of omniscience with the Internet has led to the false and arrogant belief that the physical exertion of travel has become superfluous.
(Paul Theroux)

It's difficult to grow up if you don't travel alone. It is a way of overcoming fear of others and of yourself, in which one faces longing and can rediscover the roots. Unless you travel alone, you don't learn to relate to others.
(Paolo Rumiz)

The world still exists in all its diversity. However, this has little to do with the illusory kaleidoscope of tourism. Perhaps one of our most urgent tasks is to learn to travel again, possibly close to us, to learn to see again.
(Marc Augè)

The fact of having gone as far away as possible somehow ends the journey. The only next step would be no return.
(Jean Baudrillard)

But perhaps the most extraordinary trips are missing. They are the ones I never did, the ones I will never do. They remain unwritten in the evening or in their secret alphabet closed under the eyelids. Then sleep comes and we set sail.
(Antonio Tabucchi)

Travel involves crossing boundaries, but by boundaries we must also mean the boundaries of the mind.
(Salman Rushdie)

The heaviest luggage is an empty bag
(Proverb)

Those who don't travel slowly die
who doesn't read
who doesn't listen to music
who finds no grace in himself.
(Pablo Neruda)

Twenty years from now, you will be more disappointed in the things you haven't done than in what you did. So drop your berths. Let the trade winds fill your sails. Explore. Do you dream.
(Mark Twain)

Go away
Go alone
Take a card with you
Travel easily
If you need to take a cell phone with you, avoid using it,
Travel by land
Cross a border on foot
Keep a journal
Read a novel that has nothing to do with where you are now
Make friends with someone
(Paul Theroux)

Change is the only thing that makes life worth living. Never park your life at a desk. What follows are ulcers and heart problems.
(Bruce Chatwin)

If you can't find anything on the trip, you will find something when you return.
(Flarin, Twitter)

 

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