Jules Verne’s career as a novelist began in 1863, when he struck a new vein in fiction—stories that combined popular science and exploration. In Round the World in Eighty Days, Phileas Fogg rashly bets his companions £20,000 that he can travel around the entire globe in just eighty days—and he is determined not to lose.
Wanderlust is a British travel magazine, covering adventurous, cultural and special interest travel. It is published ten times a year. It was established in Windsor, Berkshire in 1993 by Paul Morrison and Lyn Hughes, who had observed the absence of a publication combining their interests in wildlife, activities and cultural insights.
Lonely Planet Traveller is the award winning intelligent, beautiful travel magazine for those who are curious about the world. Every issue is crammed with ideas for new places to go – with discoveries to be made in the UK as well as much further afield – all backed up by the unbiased, insider recommendations that Lonely Planet is so renowned for providing. Food, music, movies, art, architecture, shopping, ancient cultures, adventure and wildlife all inspire our travel experiences. Inside, you’ll find a quality of travel writing and lush photography guaranteed to ‘take you there’, even when you are at home.