Do you often find yourself dreaming of different places and faraway lands? Whether you plan to go on a real or imaginary journey, this collection of 50 travel posters will quench your insatiable thirst for travel. Both real and fictional worlds are covered here, giving you the opportunity to become familiar with places you might only know through photos, novels, movies or even word of mouth. Dreaming of Europe? Pick a country of your choice and let these brilliant designs take you there. Looking for a beach? Sail or swim along the coasts of southern France, south America or Australia. Thinking of nature and green plains? Head off to Scandinavia, or go all the way to the Amazon rainforest if that excites you more. Maybe you have something fictional in mind? Board on the Hogwarts Express or head off to Naboo – the options are endless!
Get a glimpse of some of Europe’s most beautiful cities with this set of posters by Henry Rivers, inspired by vintage promotional holiday designs and enhanced by a softened pastel-colored palette. Whether you are interested in culture or thinking of catching some waves, this collection will make you dream of your next European holiday all year long.
This lovely set of posters of six different cities in the USA (again by Henry Rivers) is the perfect road-trip teaser. Don’t we all long to drive across the country and to lie in the sand a beach in Miami or walk the streets of New York?
Do you immediately think of the artist Piet Mondrian when you look at these designs? Indeed, his artistic style and signature hues of red, blue and yellow can be easily identified and, as seen here, very interestingly combined with city maps. Reveal your inner artistic nerd by hanging a print of one of your favorite cities in this style in your studio or work place!
In these wonderful drawings, artist David Bushell finds inspiration in blueprints and merges everyday life, buildings and landmarks into one, creating beautifully chaotic scenes of Paris, London, New York and other cities. Wouldn’t you love to get lost there too?
Are you looking for a cleaner but still playful city look? These lovely silhouetted skylines in pastel colors by Vicky are reminiscent of summer days and sunsets. Hang these up in your living room and enjoy the last few hours of sun in a city of your choice.
Are you more of a photography person? This creative blend of photography and typography by Rigved merges photos of the most iconic references of each city with the first letter of its name. Minimal and clean, these would fit perfectly in an office.
Impressed by the architecture of the towers of the world? Graphic designer Coen Pohl studies some of the most remarkable ones and creates a series of designs based on specific color palettes. Though sharp and detailed, the smooth choice of colors gives them a cheerful tone, making them fit for people of all ages.
These works of art depicting city residences in different cities are both an architectural and social study – the cities are represented through the homes of the people that populate it. The focus is on the more traditional type of housing, and these drawings will add a homely touch to any living or dining room.
Are you more of a data person? Do you enjoy studying things inside out? These detailed custom city maps by Conor Matthews are great for those looking for something which is both informational, nerdy, and artistic.
These minimalistic designs by Norma and Carlota are intriguing in the way that the artist makes use of colors – just one color per city, with different shades to give depth to the cityscape through its most known landmarks. The different shades also give a misty early morning feeling – hang some of these prints up in a bedroom and wake up in a different city every day!
Take a walk in three of the most popular cities in the world with these illustrative and quirky set of drawings by Blanca Gomez. Though the background is white and minimalistic, her sweet illustrations make small references to each city and the red double decker bus, the Eiffel Tower and the Empire State Building are enough to immediately identify every one of them.
Morocco is a popular holiday destination and these three designs by Jazberry Blue, Les Temps Modernes, and Rui Ricardo feature the Sahara desert, which is in the south of the country. Do you long to take that camel ride on the sand underneath a burning sun? Pick one of these prints and you’re half way there!
Become one with Asia with these designs of Singapore, Tokyo and Hong Kong by Laura Amiss. The artist plays around with a contrasting selection of colors based on pinks and blues, and makes use of different patterns to add variety to the facades of the buildings in each city. Don’t you wish you were there too? These posters are the next best thing!
Has Japan been on your mind? These gorgeous designs by Henry Rivers and Ashore Studio might just add to the pressure of booking those flights! Cherry blossoms, traditional temples and a beautiful landscapes, there is nowhere else you’d want to be when you get there.
As a contrast with the previous posters of Japan, these two designs by Nordic Design House and Studio 41 show a more modern, and perhaps a more wild, side of the country. This is especially true of Tokyo, a fascinating city known for a mix of things like its intriguing fashion, food and love for modern electronics and appliances. Yet, the cherry blossoms and traditional temples remain there – Japan is indeed a country with the best of both worlds.
Is there a more beautiful way of advertising India than through a multitude of warm colors? Almost everything about India is colorful – its food, film industry, fashion and festivals, and your wall can be too if you decide to decorate it with one of these wonderful vintage travel posters!
These beautiful architectural posters of the Indian cities of Mysore and Hampi by Ranganath Krishnamani make use of faded tones of purples and teal greens to show where the shadows fall. Everywhere the sun touches is in bright, but soft and warm, orange. Perfect for a cosy bedroom!
Are you in the process of decorating a girl’s bedroom? Is she a budding globetrotter? Would you like to share the love of different cultures with her? These pink themed posters of India by Maria Hevens, AnnaGo, and Isabelle Feliu would look gorgeous above her bed and will give her the sweetest dreams of faraway lands.
Get a real feel of London with these designs by Suumin and Mark which brilliantly give a taste of the city through their depictions of the most iconic things: red as a color in itself, combined with the double decker buses, a cityscape, and a postbox. How could London be represented any better than this?
Do you love France? Do you dream of the city of lights, or maybe of spending some winter days on these skiing slopes? Show your love with one or both of these prints by Temps Modernes and Travel Poster Co – the modern take on this vintage style will blend in beautifully in an entrance hall with a contemporary touch.
Are you looking for a beautiful combination of designs representing Paris? These three posters by Katinka Reinke, Nordic Design House and Henry Rivers will look lovely, both together or as separate pieces. The silhouette of the Eiffel tower is hard to miss – and you’ll soon yearn to be on a balcony overlooking the city, or walking along the Champs Elysées under a blanket of snow.
This set of three prints by Nichole relating to the city of Paris is brilliant in so many ways. The artist creatively combines some of the city’s most famous architectural designs with its lifestyle: champagne, brasserie chairs, and fashion. The dark background suggests night scenes while the gold and pale hues are celebratory colors that shine in the dark. Hang these posters up in a dining room and give it some class!
These two designs by Nick’s Emporium and 1950s artist Jean Vernier make use of bold colors to promote Paris as a holiday destination, and its famous airline, Air France. The classic style gives some sort of retro aesthetic to the city, reminiscent of the identity that Paris once had. Go back in time with one of these prints!
No summer holiday will ever be as classy as the French Riviera, also known as the Côte d’Azur. Sit on the beaches in style, visit a coastal village, or watch the Monaco Grand Prix – whatever you choose to do, these fantastic posters will remind you of a holiday you’ll want to take over and over again.
These vintage travel posters of Spain are modern reproductions of actual designs dating to the 1940s and 50s. These posters are ideal if you are looking to decorate a space with more authentic and traditional representations of Spain, away from the bustling city of Madrid.
Is there a better way to imagine Italy than on a vespa along its coast or in the beautiful city of Rome? These designs represent the country as we all imagine it – hang them up in an entrance hall and feel those Italian vibes every time you leave the house!
Have you ever looked at Italy through its classical methods of transportation? These designs look at three of the country’s most popular cities through a different perspective. What would your favorite journey look like? A car drive around central Rome, a vespa trip in Florence, or a gondola journey along the Venetian canals?
Venice is one of Italy’s most touristic cities and the reason is clear: its beauty and charm are not to be missed! No real traveller or art lover could call his life complete if a representation of Venice does not hang on his walls!
These vintage travel posters of the Scandinavian countries of Norway, Denmark and Sweden focus o their greenery, landscapes and rural areas. Indeed, many of these countries’ tourists and visitors go there in search of a calm and relaxing place where they can become one with nature. Do you need a break of the bustling cities? This is where you’re meant to be!
Germany’s largest cities is interesting and fun; despite being similar in many ways, they are also intriguing and diverse. Choose your favorite poster by Kantinka Reinke, and pick of a harbor city like Hamburg, a wealthy city like Munich or an international city like Berlin, and add a lovely German touch to your workspace! All you need now is a bratwurst and a beer!
We have all heard about the city of Prague and of its landmarks – and most of us long to walk over one of its many bridges crossing the Vltava river. Cultural, romantic and beautiful, Prague is one of the European cities that you have to visit at least once in your life. Still not convinced? Have a second look at these designs by Laura Amiss and you’ll also want to visit this wonderful city!
These travel posters of Costa Rica by Matt Schnepf are not only lovely due to their retro style but also because of their gorgeous color palette of golden yellows and beachy blues. Is this South American country on your list? If it isn’t, these great posters should at least be!
These retro style Hawaii posters by the same artist, Matt Schnepf, are similar to the ones of Costa Rica, though the colors change a little. The added pink to the second design gives a warmer feeling to the scene, enhanced by the excitement of the erupting volcano at the back. Don’t you wish you could witness it right there?
Cuba is a wonderfully authentic South American country and if happy music, laughter, and cocktails are what you are after, this country should be the next on your holiday and travel bucket list. Hang one of these prints out and you will already start feeling the vibes that will eventually lead you there!
Only few amongst us can think of Sydney without picturing their impressive opera house, now known worldwide, and the sea that touches this beautiful coastal city. These two designs by Henry Rivers and Nordic Design House depict the same scene in different in perspectives and styles, but both represent the beauty of one of Australia’s most popular cities.
These boldly-colored and relaxing holiday designs by Malika Favre are exciting and intriguing; the sharp borders of each shade give a very eye-catching outcome. They are amazing and they’ll add the perfect minimalist but strong touch to any room!
Does your heart skip a beat whenever you hear the ticking of the airport’s departure board? Do you want to extend this feeling further? Order this superb personalized airport board by Olivier Balthazard and list your past, future, or most wanted travels on it!
Whether you have followed Star Wars since its inception or become interested more recently, these Star Wars posters of its planets are both beautifully decorative and interestingly fun. Are you familiar with all of these quotes? Hang these posters by Jared Gase up in a living room and engage with guests with these amusing conversation starters!
Are you more of a retro Star Wars fan? Were you endlessly fascinated by its first movies of the movies? These Star Wars posters by The Seventh Art Shop will quickly bring back memories of these times, pick a few or all of them and hang them up in a room that needs a dash of science fiction!
Winter is coming! These beautiful travel posters by Dream Machine Prints are not only Game of Thrones themed, but also impressive on their own as artworks. These digitally-drawn pieces of these three settings will add character to any room, and since they are almost monochrome, they would look great on a boldly or brightly colored wall.
A Lannister always pays his debts! Although the theme here is exactly the same as the previous listing, the same scenes are drawn in a very different retro style, giving a new perspective to the Game of Thrones series. Have you always wanted to be different and special? Hang these posters by The Seventh Art Shop up and impress your friends!
Are you still waiting for your letter from Hogwarts? Do you dream of catching the golden snitch? These gorgeous Harry Potter travel posters by Dream Machine Prints will take you to Diagon Alley to buy your supplies before boarding you on the Hogwarts Express and sending you off to Hogwarts – the closest you’ll ever get to the magical world you have always dreamed off!
These smartly designed set of vintage Harry Potter travel posters by Studio Moriarty, sponsored by the Ministry of Magic (they say so, who dares deny it!) are a brilliant reason to cover up an entire wall, especially in a bedroom or home office. You will dream of dragons, hidden vaults and magical creatures for days and nights to come!
Out of all the imaginary worlds, that of the Lord of The Rings is the most highly fantastical. Travel between The Shire, Rivendell, Rohan and Mordor with these posters by The Seventh Art Shop and enjoy the beautiful scenery as you go on your way!
Are you a follower of Doctor Who? This brilliant retro-inspired set of two of the British show’s fictional planets is beautifully-designed with a limited palette of warm hues that would add a touch of color to any white wall.
Are you fascinated about dinosaurs? Do you long to travel to Isla Nublar to check things out for yourself? Maybe this is not possible yet but you can start by showing your love and appreciation through this print!
Does space fascinate you? Is visiting another planet in our solar system something that you’d be the first one to sign up for? Inspire yourself with these space art prints released officially by the NASA Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Which planet would you choose to visit first?
These Mars travel posters are actually released by SpaceX itself, an American private aerospace company whose eventual aim is to transport paying tourists into space. Their style is similar to that of a retro advert, a style which gained popularity after NASA released their own set of posters, reviewed just above. Are you ready to fly to the red planet?
Has Pokemon captivated you in unimaginable ways – so much so that you wish that you could visit those fictional places in real life? This is not possible yet, but the travel posters exist! Hang one of these designs up to show your appreciation and love for the world to whom you owe hours of fun and entertainment!
Are you mesmerized by the impossible architecture and optical illusions of Monument Valley?Check out some of the game’s official designs by iam8bit and hang some of these fantastic posters up if you also dream of leading princess Ida out of the maze!