World Travel Atlas 11th Edition

Now in its eleventh edition and available worldwide, the World Travel Atlas is designed for those who want to learn more about our world, as well as those in the travel trade who require the ultimate training publication. It is an invaluable reference tool for anyone looking for clear, accurate and topical global information.

A conventional set of world map plates is augmented by numerous focus maps showing areas of particular interest to tourists, letting you zoom in on the regions where detailed coverage is needed. There are also more than 70 thematic maps, many statistical charts and tables, appendices and a comprehensive index, together with a new ‘Countries A-Z’ section.

“World Travel Atlas is a valuable tool for students working towards a travel and tourism qualification” – Sue Hyde, Consultant, City & Guilds.

Every page has been revised and updated since the 2006 edition, with many maps being redrawn. From the team that publish www.worldtravelguide.net, the World Travel Atlas will increase your understanding of the world we live in.

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