Book Shows How the Golden Age of Travel Inspires Nostalgia and Wanderlust Today
The journey to a luxurious vacation spot is easily soured by commuting delays, endless queues, and temper-raising time spent idling on the tarmac — but in decades past, many of the planet’s most pristine destinations weren’t accessible to travelers at all.
In Nostalgic Journeys: Destinations and Adventures from the Golden Age of Travel, Stefan Bitterle explores the moments in history that modern tourism was birthed. Fishing villages transformed to swanky beaches and humble inns blossomed into grand hotels; tucked-away mountain hamlets became choice locations for skiers and snowboarders.
Page through the volume to not only be reminded that traveling was once more than security checks and flight delays. Delightful photographs and invigorating history from the golden age of travel inspire both nostalgia and wanderlust in readers, make it a shelf necessity for avid adventurers and explorers.
Get your copy in May 2017, and take a sneak peak at what to expect below.
See the world from your inbox.
Sign up for The Journey, our Travel newsletter.