As thrilling as travel can be, planning a great trip can be intimidating for those hoping for a rewarding and personalized journey.
The travel editors at Fathom have spent years gathering a treasure trove of recommendations and stories from a network of interesting people who travel well (chefs, novelists, designers, innkeepers, musicians) in places both well-known and off the beaten path.
All of this has been beautifully packaged up in the first edition of How to Travel Anywhere (and Avoid Being a Tourist), a book that will inspire the traveler in you, no matter what kind of experience you're looking for.
Along with compelling anecdotes, suggestions, interviews and imagery, you'll find a clever approach to being a better traveler and global citizen - everything from how to go off-grid and where to go for a once-in-a-lifetime meal, to cool ways to give back and learn more about other cultures.
Whether you're getting on a plane or sitting on the couch, this book navigates readers through the full trip journey, celebrating travel inspiration, experiences and the lingering memories of it all.