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Travel
July 2021
Reading time 5 minutes
Feed your wanderlust by escaping into the pages of these travel books.
Lonely Planet's Where to go and When

Lonely Planet's Where to go and When

Sarah Baxter and Paul Bloomfield

Where To Go When is the ultimate trip planner for every month of the year. This beautifully-illustrated book is sure to inspire you with 30 recommendations for destinations that are at their best during each month. From culture-rich city breaks and tropical beach holidays to adventurous road trips and wildlife- watching expeditions, there’s an idea for everyone to add to their bucket list.

1,000 Places to See Before You Die

1,000 Places to See Before You Die

Patricia Schultz

Patricia takes us on a visual journey of the best the world has to offer throughout the pages of her book. It’s a treat, with more than 1,000 photographs reflecting the most beautiful places we just have to see in person. It’s a perfect gift for every traveller and, right now, the best way to get excited about exploring in the future.

Hidden Places

Hidden Places

Sarah Baxter

It’s only by wandering off the beaten track that you’ll uncover the world’s most secret destinations, but this book will give you a glimpse with its hand- drawn illustrations. Discover an ancient gateway to the Mayan underworld, a mysterious underwater monument off the Ryukyu Islands in Japan, and a prehistoric village covered for centuries by a huge sand dune in the Orkney Islands, to name just a few.

The Land Beyond

The Land Beyond

Leon McCarron

From Jerusalem, Leon followed a series of wild hiking trails which trace ancient trading and pilgrimage routes and traverse some of the most contested landscapes in the world. The Land Beyond is a journey through time, shining a light on layers of history, culture and religion. But, at its heart, it’s a story about people, and shows just how enlightening travelling can be.

Outlandish: Walking Europe's Unlikely Landscapes

Outlandish: Walking Europe's Unlikely Landscapes

Nick Hunt

Acclaimed travel writer Nick Hunt takes us on a journey across unique landscapes: a patch of Arctic tundra in Scotland; the continent’s largest surviving remnant of primeval forest in Poland and Belarus; Europe’s only true desert in Spain; and the grassland steppes of Hungary.

Where Should We Camp Next?

Where Should We Camp Next?

Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi

Outdoor adventure, glamping, and camping has never been more popular. In Where Should We Camp Next?, family camping and RV experts Stephanie and Jeremy Puglisi make it easy for
you to plan the perfect trip in the USA. Whether you’re a fan of rustic national parks or luxury glamping resorts, there are more than 300 amazing outdoor destinations to pitch in the States.

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