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10 inspiring travel coffee table books

I do love me a good coffee table book, but I love a good travel coffee table book even more! Inspiring pictures, interesting stories, and new places to see and explore, all right there between pretty covers. Pretty coffee table books are a great thing to collect, not only for when you get that travel itch, but as a reminder of places you’ve already been!


World’s Best Travel Experiences

National Geographic’s collection of the World’s Best Travel Experiences gives you lists, beautiful photography, and lots and lots of travel inpiration! From bungee-jumping and French cooking classes to white-water rafting and seeing the Northern Lights, it’s all collectied in this New York Times bestseller.

Lonely Planet’s Ultimate Travelist

The 500 most unmissable sights and attractions in the world has been ranked by Lonely Planet’s global community of travel experts, from the Taj Mahal and the Eiffel Tower, to hidden gems from all over the world, it’s pretty much the only bucket list you’ll ever need.


The Iconic Photographs – Steve McCurry

The perfect book for any travel (and photography) lover. This spectacular book brings together the most beautiful, memorable and evocative pictures of Steve McCurry’s extraordinary career.


Paris in Color

Paris in Color is the ultimate Paris inspiration! Nichole Robertson brings you some of the most inspiring pieces of Paris, vibrant photographs that will make you want a book a ticket asap, and a beautiful window into the breathtaking Paris.

Paris in Love

The romantic follow up of Paris in Color, Nichole Robertson captures the beautiy of the most romantic city in the world, giving you the hidden corners and secret moments that make Paris the city of love. Paris in Love is simply a love letter to Paris, and perfect for your Paris-itches!


Places to Go, People to See

New York girl Kate Spade brings you the how, where and why of travel, giving you vibrant photography, old-world glamor, a dash of charm and inspirational quotes. The perfect coffee table book for the jet-setter type.


Humans of New York

Who hasn’t heard of Humans of New York? It’s only one of the best things ever. Brandon Standon’s blog is adored by the millions, and this coffee table book is no different. If you really love New York, this is the closest you’ll get to understanding this vibrant city and all the colorful people that makes it amazing.

Follow Me To…

A story told through the eyes of two ordinary travelers who attempt to portray local lifestyles and narratives by means of photography. A beautiful collection of Murad Osmans’s photographs of himself following his girlfriend Nataly around the world.



36 Hours In…

The NY times best seller 36 Hours In is exactly that, the New York Times go and explore different cities within the timeframe.

Great Journeys – Lonely Planet

Great Journeys presents more than 70 of the greatest journeys you could undertake, from ancient trails, like Machu Picchu, through to modern classics like Route 66!

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