Confession: I spend way too much time planning trips in my head. Sometimes I take them; sometimes I don’t—but hey, it’s been proven that the anticipation of a trip makes you at least as happy as the trip itself.
If you’re interested in armchair travel, our March issue features three outstanding travel memoirs and a list of updated guidebooks from popular series.
True travel aficionados won’t want to miss our interview with Fodor’s publisher Tim Jarrell—we discuss travel publishing’s past, present and future in honor of the company’s 75th anniversary.
If you’re still looking for the perfect take-me-away read, sign up for BookPageXTRA: our next edition, coming out Tuesday, features BookPage editors’ favorite books—fiction and nonfiction alike—for armchair travel.
What’s your dream travel destination, and why? Leave a comment here telling us by Friday, and you’ll be entered in a contest to win a selection of travel memoirs, including the three books reviewed in our roundup: A Moveable Feast, Big in China and Radio Shangri-La.
ETA: Congrats to Catherine, this week’s winner! Contest is now closed.