Patrick Leigh Fermor
The long-awaited final volume of the trilogy by Patrick Leigh Fermor - hailed as the greatest travel writer of his generation.
From the European buzz of modern-day Constantinople to the Arabic-speaking towns of the south-east, this book investigates a country moving swiftly towards a new position on the world stage.
A hilarious field guide to the world's most remarkable and unusual creatures: the English.
Travellers have always been thrilled by the sight of citrus in Italy, where dark leaves and bright fruit seem to charge the landscape, making the trees symbols of a sun-soaked...
A diary of Monty Don's journey around France looking at the history of French gardens.
Unfolding to a length of 1.5 metres, this three-dimensional expanding pocket guide features twelve three-dimensional panels on key sites including the White Tower, the Crown Jewels, Tower Green, the Chapel...
50 of the most spectacular holy sites in the world.
Jacek Hugo-Bader; Antonia Lloyd-Jones
The Kolyma region was the prime site of the Soviet Gulag, a wintry hell of permafrost and gold mines, where tens of thousands of Soviet prisoners died of exhaustion and...
Off the Map shows the modern world from surprising new vantage points that will inspire urban explorers, and armchair travellers alike to consider a new way of understanding the world...
The Ho Chi Minh Trail is one of the greatest feats of military engineering in history. But since the end of the Vietnam War much of this vast transport network...