You can fly across the globe from the comfort of your couch. Social distancing may have put a damper on your spring break plans however, a plane ticket isn’t the only way to see the world. There are plenty of Netflix Canada movies that may have you discovering countries you’ve never even dreamed of visiting.\nThe films on this list come in all different genres. From comedies to musicals, to dramas, you can explore almost every continent.\nSo pack your imaginary luggage! It’s time to travel to your couch for an adventure-filled binge watch.\nIf you’re interested in even more Netflix Canada content you can check out everything coming to the streaming service in April 2020.\nEat Pray Love\nRating: 36% on Rotten Tomatoes\nStarring both Julia Roberts and James Franco, this rom-com follows newly divorced Liz embarking on a soul-healing journey around the world.\nLa La Land\nRating: 91% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis Oscar-winning musical was the talk of Hollywood back in 2016. Featuring Emma Stone and Canadian Ryan Gosling, viewers get to experience the magic of Los Angeles in a whole new way.\nIn the midst of a love story, La La Land shows what it’s really like to be a struggling artist in the city and the sacrifices that come along with it.\nRoma\nRating: 95% on Rotten Tomatoes\nTaking their audience on a journey to Mexico, Roma paints the picture of the tragic life led by citizens in the 1970s. According to Netflix, it follows the worker's journey navigating through the rough political and domestic climate.\nLion\nRating: 85% on Rotten Tomatoes\nAn Australian man adopted at the age of 5 returns to his birth country of India on a mission to find his birth family. Viewers get to experience India for the first time through the eyes of Saroo.\n10 Jours en or\nRating: 5.8/10 on IMDb\nThis French original follows a single man who suddenly finds himself responsible for a six-year-old boy after a one night stand. Scheduled to embark on a tour of France for a clothing brand, he’s forced to bring the minor with him.\nThe two experience a journey through the European country that Netflix says “will change both of their lives.”\nGold\nRating: 43% on Rotten Tomatoes\nStarring Matthew McConaughey, this film centers around a prospector who teams up with a suspicious geologist in order to find gold. They travel the depths of Indonesia digging for a treasure that will provide them with not only wealth but fame.\nThe African Doctor\nRating: 7/10 on IMDb\nA doctor from Congo relocates his young family across the world to a small french village. Following the doctor’s struggles and the culture shock his family and children face, The African Doctor provides viewers with the reality of Immigration.\nSeven Years in Tibet\nRating: 60% on Rotten Tomatoes\nThis Brad Pitt movie takes place during World War II. Playing an escaped prisoner of war, he travels to Tibet where his friendship with the Dalai Lama completely alters his life.