Atlas Obscura, the 2016 bestseller, offered rabid travellers and dreamers a new travel bucket list of places off the beaten path. Now, Atlas Obscura Explorer's Journal will help them keep track of where their wanderlust takes them, and all their adventures along the way.
A lay-flat paperback with storage pocket, this journal features blank pages for travellers to write their itineraries and plans, key contacts, and journal entries about their travels near or far. The notebook also includes a 32-page section featuring short guides to 12 of the world's most wondrous cities. Each city guide includes a map and short entries for 20-30 obscure sites in each location, plus Atlas Obscura-inspired travel tips for the city ('How to explore the back alleys of Cairo the Obscura Way'). Featured cities: New York, London, Los Angeles, Paris, Berlin, Tokyo, Budapest, Moscow, Shanghai, Mexico City, Buenos Aires, and Cairo.
A perfect gift for travellers of all ages, including students planning a big trek, adults plotting local weekend excursions, and anyone who wants to note his or her travel dreams and wish lists. Glowing reviews for Atlas Obscura predicted the bestselling book would spark wanderlust. Here's the book for those inspired to hit the road (and go off the beaten path).
An adventurous journal from the brilliant minds behind the 2016 bestseller Atlas Obscura, with blank pages to plan and record one's own travels plus twelve city guides that encourage going off the beaten track and finding the joy of the obscure, the macabre, and the just plain weird.
Atlas Obscura is the definitive guide to the world's hidden wonders. Based on the community-driven, editor-curated website atlasobscura.com, Atlas Obscura uncovers unusual and overlooked places not found in your average guidebook. Cofounders Joshua Foer and Dylan Thuras are two of the authors of the #1 New York Times bestselling book Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders.