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Want to travel to Europe without spending more than the price of a DVD rental? These romantic flicks will transport you - no airplane ticket needed! Sexy foreign accents included.
Under the Tuscan Sun (2003)
How to cope with a divorce? Travel to scenic Tuscany! Diane Lane fixes up an old villa and a steamy tryst with an Italian stranger helps pull her out of her depression.
Roman Holiday (1953)
Old-Hollywood princess Audrey Hepburn finds herself in a whirlwind romance during her royal tour of Europe. Even though she knows her relationship can't move forward, she'll always have fond memories of Rome.
Only You (1994)
Marisa Tomei believes she's following her destiny when she travels to Venice in search of her soulmate. She doesn't find exactly what she set out for, but ends up falling for Robert Downey Jr. Okay, so he's not European, but he's definitely still cute.
French Kiss (1995)
Meg Ryan is heartbroken after being dumped by her cheating fiancé. But her consolation prize is falling for a sexy Frenchman. We don't feel too sorry for her.
The Holiday (2006)
When Cameron Diaz and Kate Winslet swap houses, Cameron spends her time in England getting cozy with Jude Law while Kate snuggles up to Jack Black in L.A. We're thinking Cameron got the better end of the deal.
P.S. I Love You (2007)
Who better to help Hilary Swank get over her Irish musician husband, than another Irish musician? With the rolling green hills of Ireland as the backdrop, she falls for Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who's almost as delicious as her deceased-hubby, Gerard Butler.
Vicky Cristina Barcelona (2008)
Two innocent college grads are seduced by the same sultry Spanish man during their summer in Barcelona. Did we mention this man is Javier Bardem? The girls didn't stand a chance.
Mamma Mia! (2008)
The gorgeous views of Greece are enough to hold our attention, and Meryl Streep's singing is pretty entertaining as well. The one thing missing is a handsome Greek love interest. Guess we'll have to settle for Pierce Brosnan instead (poor us).