Travel Quotes

Words describe feelings, emotions and memories. Some use it so subtly that you experience delusion and believe in things that seemed impossible. Travel changes us and helps us grow and develop. Travel is the best education in the modern world! I have collected for you quotes on the travels of famous poets, writers and philosophers. It will help them and the words that appeared as a result.

  1. “To speak a foreign language is to conquer its world and culture” – Franz Fanon.
  2. “Nothing develops the mind like travel” – Emile Zola.
  3. “Look at the world. He is more amazing than dreams.” – Ray Bradbury
  4. “Life is either a desperate adventure or nothing.” – Hellen Keller
  5. “The road is best measured not in miles, but in friends” – Tim Cahill.
  6. “To travel is to develop” – Pierre Bernando.
  7. “Once you get traveler’s fever, you can’t get rid of it and will be infected with it for the rest of your life.” – Michael Palin
  8. “Oh, all those places you will visit!” — Dr. Seuss
  9. “I haven’t been everywhere, but this is on my list” – Susan Sontag.
  10. “Stop thinking about the potholes, enjoy the adventure.” – Fitzhugh Mullan
  11. “Once a year, visit a place you’ve never been” – The Dalai Lama
  12. “Traveling is not something you are good at. It’s what you do.” – Gail Foreman.
  13. “The world is a book, and those who do not travel only manage to read the first page” – Art. Augustine.
  14. “I met a lot of people in Europe. I even got to know myself.” – James Baldwin
  15. “Not all who wander have gone astray” – J. R. Tolkien.
  16. “Traveling helps us to be humble. Each of us is just a tiny grain of sand in this desert of people.” – Gustave Flaubert
  17. “People are able to find and know themselves only in adventures” – Andre Hyde.
  18. “Tourists don’t know where they’ve been, and travelers don’t know where they’ll be.” – Paul Theroux
  19. “People don’t make travel, travel makes people” – John Steinbeck.
  20. “Prejudice, intolerance, and narrow-mindedness are fatal to travel.” – Mark Twain.
  21. “Travel is the only thing in the world that makes you richer by buying it.” – Anonymous
  22. “I was changed when I saw the moon shining from the other side” – Mary Ann Redmacher.
  23. “A traveler without the ability to observe is like a bird without wings” – Mosley Eddin Saatan.
  24. “Only he who travels opens up new paths” – Norwegian proverb.
  25. “We travel the world to find beauty; we must keep it to ourselves, otherwise it will not be revealed to us.” – Ralph Waldo Emerson
  26. “The farther I go, the closer I get to myself.” – Andrew McCarthy
  27. “Every dreamer knows that it is absolutely real to miss a place where you have never been even more than where you have been.” – Judith Thurman.
  28. “Live, travel, have no regrets and be grateful” – Jack Kerouac.
  29. “Who lives sees a lot. Who travels sees more.” – Arabic proverb.
  30. “If you think adventure is dangerous, try routine. It is deadly.” – Paolo Coelho
  31. “Travel teaches tolerance” – Benjamin Disraeli
  32. “The adventure is worth it” – Aristotle.
  33. — Brain, take the phrasebook! – Bah, Pinky! I will communicate in the language of tourists: yell loudly, as if everyone here is stupid and deaf! Pinky and the Brain
  34. Hiking without beer is… It’s like fishing without booze. South Park Jimbo Kern
  35. The average admiring tourist is already happy with everything because he escaped for a while from the usual cycle of life: he does not need to push around in public transport, buy food for dinner, take out the trash , checking the appliances, calculate the rent, go to bed early, prudently putting an alarm clock at the head , tossing and turning from side to side, composing answers to tricky questions that the boss will certainly ask tomorrow morning – nothing like that at all. The life-long slave of the routine is drunk on sudden freedom, he feels so good that he hardly sees the citywho sincerely praises; it is not surprising that the natives are only irritated by his inappropriate enthusiasm, like the babble of a drunken reveler who suddenly finds himself among sober, busy people preoccupied with everyday affairs. Max Fry
  36. In a foreign country, a traveler is a bag of money that everyone strives to empty as soon as possible. Victor Hugo
  37. A tourist, as soon as he arrives somewhere, immediately begins to want to return. And the traveler … He may not return … Paul Bowles
  38. Taking peaks is very simple – you just need to go up all the time . Vladimir Lvovich Belilovsky
  39. Now everyone wants warmth, comfort and peace. But the poison of vagrancy is already in the blood. And they will not find any peace at home. Again, the eternal attraction of the roads will begin to disturb – the clothes will barely dry out and the dirt will be washed off from under the nails. I know it for sure. Aleksey Ivanov
  40. Knowledge of the countries of the world is an adornment and food for human minds. Leonardo da Vinci
  41. A group of Omsk tourists rested as savages and returned as savages. You can’t re-educate people at that age. KVN
  42. A tramp is a person who would be called a tourist if he had money . Julian Tuwim
  43. The mountains call those whose soul is their size. Vladimir Lvovich Belilovsky
  44. The best evidence that time travel will never be possible is that we have not yet been overwhelmed by the crowds of tourists from the future. Quote explanation: Quote from Guillaume Musso’s book “Will You Be There?”
  45. Tourism turns the traveler into a controller, his discoveries into an inspection, surprise into a statement. Frederic Begbeder
  46. A noisy, dirty, cheerful, restless city , which fed on tourists, needed tourists and despised tourists. Neil Gaiman
  47. In every city there are places where locals constantly visit. And there are other places – where they take tourists, but they themselves never drop in – although they are proud of this place. Sergey Lukyanenko
  48. Imagine a thousand people making a journey together ; if each of them were observant, then each would write a book of impressions quite different from the rest. Louis Sebastien Mercier
  49. Peter leaves autographs for his guests right on the soul. Rinat Valiullin
  50. In fact, lovers of excursions are eager, first of all, to see firsthand the confirmation of what they read in the guidebooks. Michel Houellebecq
  51. As a rule, even in another country, a tourist has a lot of funny incidents – especially if a person is inexperienced and seeks to impersonate a local. Any of his innocent jokes can turn into an insult, a comparison can be incomprehensible, and a simple interest can be a reason for disassembly … The very fact that a person is “not his own” is already a sufficient reason for problems, especially if the cultural level of the people is low, and the main way to solve problems – power. Alexey Efimov
  52. In fact, a “posh” hotel is a place where a hundred people work devilishly so that two hundred other people, grimacing, pay for what they don’t need at all. George Orwell
  53. Travel agency “Natasha” – you only have a passport . KVN
  54. Rome reminds me of a man who makes a living showing tourists his grandmother’s corpse. James Joyce
  55. Then they will tell their friends: “Imagine, they showed us forty-five cathedrals!” And this is also advertising for the company. Nothing that the cathedrals flashed only outside the windows of the bus. Is it necessary to stop at each of them? Gordon Lonsdale
  56. I liked travel catalogs for their abstractness and ability to reduce everything in the world to a series of happy moments and corresponding prices; the system of stars, indicating the degree of happiness that you have the right to count on in one place or another, seemed to me a real find. Michel Houellebecq
  57. Why do your compatriots huddle together abroad? They like to look at people who are different from themselves, and at the same time feel among their own. Amelie Nothombe
  58. Here Franz gets up and bows to his grandmother, and she says that she feels sorry for the tourists – they are all a little crazy: they are chasing what they have enough at home. Fruit in their homeland looks different than in Hilo, it’s true , just like rain , fish or women . But for that matter, these most important things in the world are everywhere and are essentially the same. In addition, travel is expensive and not necessary. Tove Jansson
  59. Tourism is a strange thing . You fly to a foreign country, leaving comforts at home , and then spend a lot of money and time on fruitless attempts to get the very comforts that you would not have lost if you stayed at home. Bill Bryson
  60. A deflorator tourist is a person who wants to go where no one has been before him. Douglas Copeland
  61. Twoflower was a tourist, the first tourist on Discworld. According to Rincewind, the cryptic word “tourist” translated into normal language meant “idiot” Terry Pratchett
  62. She understood the point of view of the merchant perfectly, and nothing pissed her off more than the food vagaries of tourists and all those who turn food either into an object of nostalgia or into reflex chauvinistic swagger. She was depressed by the sight of her compatriots who, when visiting Paris, crowded into fast foods, their complaints that nothing resembled the grub they used to choke on for a whole year. She saw in this a monstrous disrespect for the visited country. Tonino Benakvista
  63. Amsterdam is a paradise for tourists. The edge of mills and dams, where gabled roofs overshadow webs of tree-lined canals, and on houseboats adorned with crates of geraniums, linen ripples in the wind. Sydney Sheldon
  64. Comfort is a side dish, but there must be a main dish for which you are doing all this. In particular, it is familiarization with the elements and one’s actions in it. This is the main dish, everything else is a side dish. Vladimir Lvovich Belilovsky
  65. It may sound terrible, but for example, I have never vacationed abroad in my life . And I don’t feel like a loser or a moron. Quote explanation: broadcast radio “KP” about the reduction of tourist flow to Turkey. Sergei Alexandrovich Mikheev
  66. There is no bad weather, there are bad clothes Olya Shutilova (Frog Traveler)
  67. “Maybe a good plan,” someone said, but we just need to know where we are now. (C) Jerome K. Jerome. Three in a boat “But that’s what a navigator is for” (C) prepod2000
  68. Travel only with those you love. Ernest Hemingway. A holiday that is always with you
  69. Careful planning is the key to safe and fast travel. Odysseus (R. Asprin)
  70. Travel to the best of your ability and free time, but above all in your native country – we still do not know it properly. Konstantin Paustovsky