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  1. Literary Travel (186 books)

    The Literary Traveller in Edinburgh: A Book Lover's Guide to the World's First City of Literature by. Allan Foster. 3.94 avg rating — 17 ratings. ... New Hampshire, and Vermont: A Literary Travel Guide (Horror Guides Book 3) by. David Goudsward. 4.17 avg rating — 6 ratings. score: 95, and 1 person voted

  2. The 69 Greatest Fiction Travel Books of All Time

    Death in Venice. Thomas Mann (1912) Tied for second place on our list of most-nominated books, this dark classic of pederast obsession resonates brilliantly with its setting. "Gray Venice in the ...

  3. The Best Travel Books of All Time, According to Authors

    There are an astounding number of travel books out there. How to choose the best of the best? You can start by asking the experts. Back in 2007, Traveler enlisted a literary all-star jury that ...

  4. The Best Travel Literature of All Time

    You can't really write a top travel literature list and omit Bill Bryson. He's one of the finest travel writers still producing books. Notes from a Small Island is particularly intriguing because, while most of the books that make any top travel literature list tend to be written by Brits, this is a book about Britain, written by an ...

  5. Literary Travel: 13 Destinations for Book Lovers

    Literary Travel: Book Lover Destinations . Bath, England. If you're a Jane Austen devotee, make your literary travel trip to Bath in mid-September to experience the ten day Jane Austen festival. Each day is full of fascinating events including walking tours, plays, readings, and of course a Regency ball!

  6. Literary Travel Books

    avg rating 3.33 — 12 ratings — published 2007. Want to Read. Rate this book. 1 of 5 stars 2 of 5 stars 3 of 5 stars 4 of 5 stars 5 of 5 stars. Books shelved as literary-travel: Booked: A Traveler's Guide to Literary Locations Around the World by Richard Kreitner, Book Lust to Go: Recommended Rea...

  7. The Top Ten Most Influential Travel Books

    Of course, Murray's slender volume was part of a great literary tradition. For more than two millennia, travel books have had enormous influence on the way we have approached the world ...

  8. Inside the Literary Travel Boom

    In the recent boom of literary travel experiences, she sees a broader post-pandemic trend of readers craving the chance to get up close and personal with their favorite writers. "The ways of ...

  9. Literary Traveler, Literary Tours, Travel Writing, Travel Literature

    Explore your literary imagination with Literary Traveler. Since 1998 Literary Traveler has provided informative travel writing and travel literature about famous writers such as Ernest Hemingway, James Joyce and the places that they have traveled. We also promote literary tours to Paris, England and Italy, and provide adivce on travel, ereaders, ebook readers, digital cameras, travel cameras ...

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  11. Beginner's Guide to Literary Travel: 25+ Activities + Places

    Top Literary Travel Destinations. While I firmly believe every destination can be great for literary travel, there are no doubt places in the world that are more fit for book lovers.Whether they're the hometowns of famous writers, famous cities featured in literature, nations with a particularly rich literary heritage, or places with a high concentration of bookstores and literary events ...

  12. Literary Travel: Destinations Inspired by Writers

    The Best Literary Travel Destinations for Book Lovers. Grand libraries, themed walking tours, unique bookstores of all kinds, quiet corner cafes and dank pubs, inspiring landscapes… they're all part and parcel of a world-class literary destination. In this list, we'll explore the stomping grounds of the greats, such as Jane Austen, Ernest ...

  13. 17 Best Travel Adventure Books

    A Walk in the Woods by Bill Bryson. The Appalachian Trail is one of America's biggest adventures, stretching over 2,100 miles from Georgia to Maine, a journey not for the faint of heart. Travel writer Bill Bryson tackles the trail and writes about his experience in this memoir, which is both funny and moving.

  14. 6 Literary Travel Guides To Help You Plan Your Next Vacation

    America Literary Travel. Traveling Literary America: A Complete Guide to Literary Landmarksby B. J. Welborn. Welborn's thick guide contains more literary related houses in the United States than I ever knew existed! The book is divided into United States regions starting with the oldest, New England, and working West.

  15. Literary Travel Bucket List: The Ultimate Travel Bucket List For Book

    Europe Literary Travel. Stay at The INK Hotel in Amsterdam. Visit the Ashdown Forest in the UK, the inspiration for Christopher Robin's Hundred Acre Wood. Stay at Les Plumes Hotel in Paris in an area full of famous writers former homes. Attend the Edinburgh International Book Festival.

  16. Best travel books: 15 Masterpieces of world literature

    The best travel books to fuel your wanderlust. "Travels with Charley: In search of America," by John Steinbeck. "The Greek Islands," by Lawrence Durrell. "20,000 leagues under the sea", by Jules Verne. "The music of chance," by Paul Auster. "First Voyage around the world," by Antonio Pigafetta.

  17. The Best Travel Books

    With his books In Patagonia and The Songlines, Bruce Chatwin (1940-1989) reinvented travel literature. Nicholas Shakespeare, his biographer, lifts the lid on a complex life and selects five books that influenced Chatwin's work. The best travel books, as recommended by experts—including some of the best known travel writers writing today ...

  18. The Best Of Literary Travel Part 2: Visit New Places And Meet ...

    Here, are three of the best 'meet the author' experiences to seek out, all while you are on holiday. Found on the Delaware River in New Hope, Pennsylvania, River House at Odette's is a ...

  19. Literary Travel: 10 Destinations All Book Lovers Should Visit

    10 Must-Visit Literary Destinations. Below are 10 must-visit literary travel destinations where book lovers can find adventure and walk in the footsteps of some of their favorite authors and characters. 1. Enjoy a "room with a view" in Florence. Florence, and Italy more generally, have provided the background for more than a few literary works.

  20. 15 Travel Books That Will Change The Way You See The World

    1. "The Rings of Saturn" by W.G. Sebald. When asked for his pick for the best travel book, James Kay, editor of Lonely Planet's website, chose a work that doesn't quite fit into any genre. ...

  21. 11 Best Books by Travel Bloggers

    Ten Years a Nomad by Matt Kepnes. Matt runs the popular travel blog Nomadic Matt where he shares practical travel advice and stories from his journeys around the world with millions of readers each month. After traveling more than 500,000 miles, staying in 1,000 hostels, and visiting 90 different countries, he returned home and wrote this book ...

  22. Literary Travelers

    If you are like us and enjoy reading and then learning more about what you've read through travel, then this is the place for you. We have divided our suggested reads and related tours into six categories below. Choose your area of interest and select either book reviews or journeys to start your literary adventures.

  23. Loved the Book? Go There, Literally, with a Literary Tour

    Literature has long inspired people to travel. Literary tours probably started in the fifth century B.C. with the Greek writer and historian Herodotus in his seminal work The Histories, which features magical accounts of ancient Egypt during the Ptolemaic period.It inspired thousands of Greek and later Roman citizens with means, to visit the shores of the Nile River in search of great wonders.

  24. Step inside your next good book with a Colorado literary trip

    For an outdoorsy literary trip, try "The Guide" (Knopf), a national bestseller and action-packed mystery about a fishing guide who stirs up more than trout at an elite lodge outside Crested Butte.

  25. Best summer books of 2024: Literary non-fiction

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  26. Can You Name the Locations in These Classic Novels ...

    With the summer travel season in mind, this week's quiz highlights five classic 20th-century novels that are set in locations that were, still are or have become popular vacation destinations ...

  27. Five Books for People Who Really Love Books

    My dad likes to fish, and he likes to read books about fishing. My mom is a birder; she reads about birds. There are plenty of books on both subjects, I've found, when browsing in a gift-giving ...