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Swiss Watching: Inside the Land of Milk and Money

by Diccon Bewes

One country, four languages, 26 cantons, and 7.5 million people (but only 80% of them Swiss): there's nowhere else in Europe like it. Switzerland may be almost 400 km from the nearest drop of seawater, but it...


The Big Walks of Great Britain

by David Bathurst

Discover the landscapes of Great Britain from green dales to majestic mountains with this walking guide From the South Downs Way to Offa’s Dyke, from the Thames Path to the Norfolk Coast Path, from Pembrokeshire...


The Basque Country: A Cultural History

by Paddy Woodworth

The Basque Country is a land of fascinating paradoxes and enigmas. Home to one of Europe's oldest peoples and most mysterious languages, with a living folklore rich in archaic rituals and dances, it also boasts...


Frommer's Moscow and St. Petersburg

by Angela Charlton

  • Completely updated every year.
  • Insider advice from a local expert. Our author, a former Moscow-based AP correspondent, hits all the highlights, from Red Squaqre to the Hermitage. She's checked out both cities'...


A Literary Paris

by Jamie Cox Robertson

You don't have to live in Paris to experience her unique beauty, allure, and enchantment. With this dazzling literary celebration of the City of Light, you can stroll along the Seine with David Sedaris in Me...


The Everything Travel Guide to Italy

by Kim Kavin

From the fashionable beaches of Capri to the awe-inspiring ruins of ancient Rome, Italy has something for everyone. This guide will help you get the most out of your trip to this beautiful country. Whether you...


The Everything Travel Guide to Ireland

by Thomas Hollowell

There are few places on earth that compare to Ireland. From breathtaking landscapes to a unique culture steeped in history, Ireland is a tourist's ultimate destination. This guide features expert tips for you...


Knit One Pearl One: A Beach Street Knitting Society Novel

by Gil McNeil

Knit one . . . It's been a busy few years since Jo Mackenzie lost her husband. Life has brought adventure, surprises, unexpected pleasures, and, of course, lots of knitting. Jo's seaside yarn shop, with a brand...


Making Out in Italian

by Nicoletta Nencioli Nencioli Aiken

Making Out in Italian is a fun, accessible and thorough Italian phrase book and guide to the Italian language as it's really spoken.

This friendly and easy-to-use Italian phrasebook makes this possible. Making...


Castles, Follies and Four-Leaf Clovers: Adventures Along Ireland's St Declan's Way

by Rosamund Burton

The fascinating and funny story of one woman's delightful ramble along Ireland's St Declan's Way - an ancient pilgrims' path - battling the mist and the rain (often longing for a warm fire and stiff drink) with...


The Trans-Siberian Railway: A Traveller's Anthology

by Deborah Manley

No railway journey on Earth can equal the Trans-Siberian between Moscow and Vladivostock. It is not just its vast length and the great variety of the lands and climes through which it passes. It is not just...


Tunnels, Towers and Temples: London's 100 Strangest Places

by David Long

Tunnels, Towers & Temples takes a sideways look at London, revealing the hidden stories, curious histories and sometimes comic associations behind dozens of often quite familiar places. Through their stories,...


Travels in Blood and Honey: Becoming a Beekeeper in Kosovo

by Elizabeth Gowing

Kosovo: the name conjures up blood: ethnic cleansing and war. This book reveals another side to the newest country in the world-a land of generous families, strong tastes and lush landscapes: a land of honey....


The West Country: A Cultural History

by John Payne

The English West Country is a land of exceptional landscapes: many miles of wild, unspoilt coastline and vast expanses of wild moorland; great cities such as Exeter, Plymouth, Bath and Bristol; and market towns,...


A Time to Keep Silence

by Patrick Leigh Fermor & Karen Armstrong

While still a teenager, Patrick Leigh Fermor made his way across Europe, as recounted in his classic memoirs, A Time of Gifts and Between the Woods and the Water. During World War II, he fought with local partisans...


Goats from a Small Island: Grabbing Mallorcan Life by the Horns

by Anna Nicholas

Witty, pithy, and brimming with memorable characters, Anna's third book about working between two places is a delightful tribute to Mallorca's rich and varied way of life Life is never simple for PR consultant...


London Under: The Secret History Beneath the Streets

by Peter Ackroyd

London Under is a wonderful, atmospheric, imagina­tive, oozing short study of everything that goes on under London, from original springs and streams and Roman amphitheaters to Victorian sewers, gang hideouts,...


Taking Root in Provence

by Anne-Marie Simons & Pierre Grenier

They agreed on one thing before retiring-they would travel, sniff around at other countries and other lifestyles, and discover along the way which place came closest to "having it all." There they would drop...


Fishing in Utopia

Orwell Book Prize 2009

by Andrew Brown

From the 1960s to the 1980s, Sweden was an affluent, egalitarian country envied around the world. Refugees were welcomed, even misfit young Englishmen could find a place there. Andrew Brown spent part of his...


The Table Comes First: Family, France, and the Meaning of Food

by Adam Gopnik

Never before have we cared so much about food. It preoccupies our popular culture, our fantasies, and even our moralizing—“You still eat meat?” With our top chefs as deities and finest restaurants as places...