Lonely Planet invites readers to travel the world via the colours of the rainbow in Travel by Colour.

Containing 400 stunning photographs, be inspired to see the world through multi-coloured glasses.

“From the bright blue hues of The Great Barrier Reef, to the deep purples of Provence’s lavender fields, to the turfed roof churches and houses in Iceland our world if full of colourful places,” announced Lonely Planet with the release of Travel by Colour, a unique pictorial gift book where each chapter is dedicated to a single colour.

“We have created a collection of 400 images that showcase the vivid, beautiful colours that can be discovered on our planet,” says Lonely Planet spokesperson Chris Zeiher. “This book breaks the mould for armchair travel titles,” Zeiher continues. “Travelling by colour palette is such a clever and unique way to discover the diversity of our planet. And, whilst we might not be able to travel widely at the moment, this book serves as some colourful inspiration for when we can”

From the yellow town of Izamal in Mexico, to the chalk formations in Egypt’s White Desert Travel by Colour showcases brilliantly coloured architecture and sculptures, gorgeous hues of the world’s flora and fauna and a kaleidoscope of tones from the world’s most colourful festivals.

Travel by Colour showcases 12 chapters dedicated entirely to one colour (Red, Orange, Yellow, Green, Blue, Purple, Pink, Gold, Silver, White, Grey and Kaleidoscope). Retailing for AU$29.99 this hardcover gifting title is available now from where all good books are sold.

Travel by Colour
By Lonely Planet
AU$29.99 | Hardback
ISBN – 9781788689175
Available where all good books are sold

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