Whether it's a culinary adventure in vibrant Mexico City, an historic and meditative train ride through Siberia, or a solo trip to Paris, get your bucket lists ready with the discoveries of Explorer a curated collection of 100 dream trips from the distinguished travel writers and photographers of The New York Times.
#1 Irish Times Bestseller
A modern travel tale--part personal pilgrimage, part political quest--that captures the power of human resilience
This latest collection of walking literature from Notting Hill Editions celebrates the allure of the Continent.
The Secret History of Here is the story of a single place, a farm in the Scottish Borders. The site on which Alistair Moffat's farm now stands has been occupied since pre-historic times. The fields have turned up ancient arrow heads, stone spindles, silver pennies and a stone carved with the rune-like letters of Ogham.
The critically acclaimed Dutch novelist, poet, and travel writer Cees Nooteboom pays tribute to Venice—the city, its history, and its treasures
“Mr. Nooteboom . . . [has] a highly distinctive voice—and often a new angle of vision. . . .
“An entertaining, turbocharged race among the high mountain passes of six alpine countries.” —Liesl Schillinger, New York Times Book Review
There are still wild places out there on our crowded planet.
2021 Independent Publisher Book Awards, Gold Medal Winner
2021 National Indie Excellent Awards Finalist
2020 Bronze Award for Travel Book or Guide from the North American Travel Journalists Association
2020 Bronze Winner for Travel in the Foreword INDIES
Both a memoir in travel essays and an anti-guidebook, Bad Tourist takes us across four con
A lovely small-trim edition of the award-winning Atlas of Remote Islands
An American Library in Paris "Coups de Coeur" Selection
A Los Angeles Times Bestseller
"Elaine Sciolino is a graceful, companionable writer.… [She] has laid one more beautiful and amusing wreath on the altar of the City of Light.” —Edmund White, New York Times
As Andrew McCarthy wrote in The New York Times Book Review, "For more than 20 years, Travelers' Tales has been publishing books that might best be described as the literary equivalent of a group of travelers sitting around a dim cafe, sipping pints or prosecco and trading their best stories."
After 40+ years of writing about Europe, Rick Steves has gathered 100 of his favorite memories together into one inspiring collection: For the Love of Europe: My Favorite Places, People, and Stories.