3 Novels That Celebrate Slow Travel

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One of the best ways to spend your time when you can’t travel is to read. Stories and travel often go together and if you don’t know what to read next, we have suggestions for you that will make you fall in love with slow travel.

Ernest Hemingway – The Sun Also Rises

The Sun Also Rises is a novel based on the writer’s experience in Spain. It tells the story of a group of friends who travel from Paris to Pamplona to watch the running of the bulls and explores life after World War I.

Jules Verne – Around the World in 80 Days

Go on an adventure with an English gentleman named Phileas Fogg who’s trying to travel the world in 80 days in order to win a bet against his friends. The story was first published in 1872 and it’s still one of the most popular books in the world.

Jack Kerouac – On the Road

This novel was based on Kerouac’s travels across the U.S. with his friends. It’s considered one of the key works in his career and it has served as an inspiration to many authors, singers, and poets.