A New York Times bestseller
With a new introduction by The Motorcyle Diaries filmmaker Walter Salles, and featuring 24 pages of photos taken by Che.
Now in paperback, Nowak reveals the lesser-known side of Salzburg through stories of those who have lived there over the centuries.
Situated in the shadow of the Eastern Alps, Salzburg is known for its majestic baroque architecture, music, cathedrals, and gardens.
A highly personal account of a phenomenal, once-in-a-lifetime adventure that saw Bruce and his wife, Lynn, embark on a year of travel and birding across the entire continent in a camper van. Their aim was to see Australia, but also to keep a list of the birds that they saw together.
Ready to rove? In Turning 50 on El Camino de Santiago, Janine Harrison fosters wanderlust in armchair travelers and prepares trekkers about to tackle the French Way from St.-Jean-Pied-de-Port, France, over the Pyrenees, into Spain. Through personal narrative and "Travel Tidbits" sections, she acclimates readers to the journey, both to preparation and the trail's starting leg.
Tony Wheeler is 'the trailblazing patron saint of the world's backpackers and adventure travelers'. New York Times
An unforgettable journey through Central Asia, one of the most mysterious and history-laden regions of the world.
Turkmenistan, Kazakhstan, Tajikistan, Kyrgyzstan, and Uzbekistan became free of the Soviet Union in 1991.
"When I first committed to three full months in El Salvador, the feeling that I was signing up for the equivalent of marriage and reproduction was assuaged only by the awareness that, come March 2020, I'd be dashing around Mexico before flying to Istanbul and resuming freneticism in that hemisphere.
The acclaimed author of Italian Ways returns with an exploration into Italy’s past and present—following in the footsteps of Garibaldi’s famed 250-mile journey across the Apennines.