Travel PDF books available for free download from our online reading library. List of free eBooks in this page are A Tramp Abroad, American Notes for General Circulation, An Inland Voyage, Castles and Chateaux of Old Burgundy, Claret and Olives, Following the Equator: A Journey Around the World, etc..
A Tramp Abroad written by Mark Twain is a sequel to the Author’s early work The Innocents Abroad. This book is a travel literature, details the journey of the Author with his friend Harris (a fiction character based on Twain’s real friend Joseph Twichell).
The destinations of the travel is through central Europe and Southern Europe with a goal o..
American Notes for Circulation is Dickens views on the American Society of his days. He traveled depth of many cities North America and Canada and his observations and comparisons over British Society was not well received by Americans as they thought it was too vivid and unfair. His criticism such as ill-manners, familiarity with strangers were th..
Stevenson narrates his travel through Belgium, France in his travel literature An Inland Voyage. Sir Walter Grindlay Simpson, a friend of Stevenson was a companion in the travel and both of them had to face many hurdles including getting a jail term. Along-with An Inland Voyage, he wrote many such works like Travels with a Donkey in the Céven..
Castles and Chateaux of Old Burgundy is a travel literature written by FRANCIS MILTOUN whose other writings include “Castles and Chateaux of Old Touraine,” “Castles and Chateaux of Old Navarre,” “Rambles in Normandy,” “Italian Highways and Byways from a Motor-Car,”.
Illustrated with many pictures which were reproduced from paintings of Blanche M..
Claret and Olives is an account of France tour written by Angus B. Reach, a British writer of Shakespearean era. Apart from travel writing, he has also authored crime thrillers which has been published as serials in monthly magazines like Chronicle.
Claret and Olives is an essential read for any one want to know about France's Geography, its Vin..
Following the Equator written by Mark Twain is a non-fiction work of his travel experiences blended with fiction stories. The author toured around the world to extricate himself from a debt of $100,000 on account of his failed investment in a revolutionary typesetting machine, which made him literally bankrupt.
In his thirteen month of travel wi..
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