3246 books (163 pages) in this category
by Andrew Edwards
A Cultural History
by Jason Wilson
The Andes form the backbone of South America. The mountain range was home to an extraordinary theocratic empire and civilisation, the Incas, who built stone temples, roads, palaces and forts. ...
City-Hopping on a Budget
by Andy Steves
Includes the Bayon, Angkor Thom, Siem Reap & Roluos
by Andrew Spooner
Footprintfocus Angkor Wat covers all the unmissable sights within this spectacular and gargantuan complex, plus lesser-known sights off the beaten track. Provides trusted recommendations as well as fascinating historical detail. ...
by Mike Stead
<DIV>Angola is changing at a rapid pace. This new edition reflects the continued resurgence of tourism following years of conflict. While no city comes close to matching Luanda for sheer size, venture outside the capital and you will find ...
A guide to the Wildlife
by Tony Soper
<DIV>Updated throughout, the 6th edition of Bradt’s Antarctica: a Guide to Wildlife is the most practical guide to the flora and fauna available for those “going south”. Celebrating the amazing and often unique species of this spectacular ...
by Lizzie Williams
<p>The Leeward Islands offer perfect sandy beaches, rugged volcanic peaks and historical fortresses. Picturesque harbors and lively steel bands are the icing on the cake. Footprints Handbook provides invaluable information on transport, ...
by Chris Wallace
<p>Immense, intense and dramatic, Argentina is a land of contrasts. From sophisticated Buenos Aires, home to grand baroque buildings and the mysteries of the tango, to the lush, jungled Iguazu Falls, down to the incredible frozen landscapes of ...
The <b>DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Argentina</b> showcases the best that this diverse country has to offer. It is packed with detailed information about things to do in Argentina - from the historic Casa Rosada and renowned restaurants in Buenos ...
(includes Oban, Mull, Iona, Islay, Jura & Arran)
by Alan Murphy
From peaceful glens to beautiful beaches, gorgeous fishing ports to romantic castles: Argyll & the Inner Hebrides have all the ingredients of a classic Scottish holiday. This guide provides invaluable information on transport, accommodation, ...
Discover the awe-inspiring red-rock canyon and desert landscapes of this region with the <i>DK Eyewitness Travel Guide Arizona and The Grand Canyon</i>. The best things to do in Arizona and the Four Corners, including the magnificent Grand ...
by Deirdre Holding
<DIV>Rich in both history and spectacular scenery, Armenia is a truly captivating country. Whether seeking out ancient monasteries dotted within dramatic landscapes, wandering through one of Yerevan’s impressive museums or admiring the intricate
by Reuel Golden
For over five generations, National Geographic magazine has dazzled and educated people with incredible photography and gripping stories spanning the four corners of the earth and the deepest oceans. Inspired from our monumental Around the World
From Burning Man in the US to Kumbh Mela in Allahabad The World s Most Spectacular Celebrations
by Steve Davey
by Janne Apelgren
"<p><i>Around the World in 80 Dinners</i> is a gastronaut's guide to the globe. It's for those who book their restaurants before their air fares, and food lovers who want the lowdown on the most exciting places to eat at home and ...
by Arthur Frommer
<p>The 800-plus pages of this four-color book mark a milestone in European travel writing. It was Arthur Frommer who first set off an avalanche of travel to Europe, and whose subsequent writings and commentary have constantly expanded that ...
by Olivier Follmi
Tales of Travel on the Trans-Siberian & Silk Road
by Bijan Omrani
This title offers a travel companion and historical travelogue. It is resourced from travel luminaries: from George Kennan to Anton Chekhov, Fa Xian and Xuanzang to Marco Polo and Matteo Ricci, Sir Clarmont Skrine and Francis Younghusband to ...
by Periplus Editors
<p>This first edition of the <i>Asia Wall Map </i>is scaled at 1:13,000,000 and features an easy-to-use legend for quick reference. When not in use, the map can be folded to a compact 7 1/2 x 10 3/4 inches and stored in a protective pocket with ...
Innercities Cultural Guides
by John Gill
Athens is an historical anomaly. Excavations date its first settlement to over seven thousand years ago, yet it only became the capital of Greece in 1834. During the intervening centuries it was occupied by almost every mobile culture in Europe: