This guide takes you to the quiet north eastern corner of Yorkshire, where the county meets the sea.
The perfect introduction to Irish history within the excellent and highly regarded Brief History series.
A concise, readable history of the Vikings, including biographical sketches of some of the most famous sea kinds, from Erik Bloodaxe to Saint Olaf, and King Canute to Leif the Lucky.
Why do the Poles leave Poland? Travel writer Ben Aitken booked a one-way ticket to Poznan to find out. This account of his year is a bittersweet portrait of an unsung country.
In 1773, two devoted friends set out on an adventure that would take them through the Highlands of Scotland and its Western Islands…
This photographic identification guide to the commoner birds of Britain and Northern Europe features 280 species that the amateur birdwatcher might expect to see in the field or garden.
There are many guide books to Paris, but the gorgeously illustrated A PARIS YEAR is a guide book not just for those walking the streets of the City of Light but for the armchair traveller, the dreamer, the person who has been to Paris and wants to reminisce.
Chris Stewart turns another leaf on his life in southern Spain in this evocative and very funny sequel to ‘Driving Over Lemons’. He chronicles the highs and lows of life on the farm in Andalucia.
A spiritual and practical companion on the pilgrimage from St Jean to Santiago de Compostella. 15th edition (published in 2018).
The only guidebook covering two short routes to Santiago de Compostela: the Camino Inglés, and the Camino Finisterre and its Muxía extension.
Updated to include newer maps and photos, this 9th (2018) edition in these comprehensive guidebooks to the Camino de Santiago and its offshoots contains all the information needed by modern-day pilgrims wishing to walk the sacred Way of Saint James.
Bill Barich gets to the heart of the Irish pub, but he also gets to the soul of contemporary Ireland.