Famous phrases about travel

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"There is a lot of difference between traveling to see countries and to see towns." Jean-Jacques Rousseau

"A journey of a thousand miles begins with the first step." Lao Tse

"You travel not to seek your destination but to flee from where you start." Miguel de Unamuno

"He who wants to travel happily, must travel light." Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

“One is nearing the end of the journey. But the end is an objective, not a catastrophe ”. George Sand

“Every time I prepare for a trip I prepare myself as for death. If I never came back, everything is in order. " Katherine mansfield

"I have discovered that there is no safer way to know if you love or hate someone than to take a trip with him." Mark Twain

"When you travel by plane there are only two kinds of emotions: boredom and terror." Orson Welles

"Walking the land and communicating with different people makes men discreet." Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra

"Anyone who is used to traveling knows that it is always necessary to leave one day." Paulo Coelho

"Eat well, sleep well, go where you want, stay where you want, never complain and, above all, flee like the plague from the main monuments of the city." Jules renard

"He who travels alone, travels faster." Rudyard kipling

"Traveling is a good way to learn and to overcome fears." Luis Rojas Marcos

“A journey is a new life, with a birth, a growth and a death, which is offered to us within the other. Let’s take advantage of it. " Paul Morand

"He who spends too much time traveling ends up becoming a foreigner in his own country." Rene Descartes