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TOP TRAVEL TITLES FOR 2019

We’ve searched high and low for the books hitting the shelves this year that’ll shape your world view in 2019. Words: Sarah Barrell

AROUND THE WORLD IN 80 TRAINS

An irreverent travelogue detailing Monisha Rajesh’s 4,500 miles of rail journeys circumnavigating the globe, from the heights of Tibet to the wheat-filled Canadian flats, new high-speed routes through China, the Death Railway of Cambodia and more. Due to be published in January. RRP: £20 (Bloomsbury)

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We reveal the destinations that made our Cool List 2019 — from booming gastronomic hotspots to up-and-coming cities, this is the last word in where you should visit in the year to come. Elsewhere, we explore the wild side of Quebec’s national parks; leave our shoes behind on Colombia’s barefoot Pacific coast; and spend a long weekend in Bornholm. Other highlights this issue include Kuala Lumpur, Richmond, Prague, Marrakech and Taipei while our photo story joins the wild horse herders in Iceland’s rural east.