Take a colorful tour of 500 eye-poppingly brilliant spots around the world with The Rainbow Atlas.
Spectacularly colorful and packed with dreamy photographs, The Rainbow Atlas introduces readers to the most vibrant landmarks the world has to offer. Spanning natural phenomena, architectural wonders, art installations, and more, the contents of this book range from the pink salt lakes of Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula to the eye-catching home façades of Cobh, Ireland.
Entries are organized by longitude, creating fun and unexpected juxtapositions. With stunning photographs and insightful information about the particularities of each riotous rainbow locale, The Rainbow Atlas provides readers with hours of inspiration for their future adventures.
EYE-CATCHING AND EDUCATIONAL: Spectacularly colorful and packed with dreamy rainbow content, The Rainbow Atlas brims with inspiration and information. From China's Rainbow Mountains to the colorful streets of Cape Town, entries offer surprising facts and expert advice on the best time of year to visit these surreal settings.
A PERFECT GIFT: This gorgeous book makes a superb present for anyone who relishes armchair travel and appreciates a good conversation starter.
READERS LOVE IT: With hundreds of 5-star ratings, reviewers rave that this book is "the next best thing to travel" and a true "feast for the eyes."
- Fans of stunning travel books or coffee table books
- Gift givers looking for a unique present for adventure seekers, color enthusiasts, photographers, rainbow chasers, travel addicts, and explorers
- Adding to the shelf alongside books like Atlas Obscura: An Explorer's Guide to the World's Hidden Wonders, The Bucket List: 1000 Adventures Big & Small, and The Secret Lives of Color
About the Author
Taylor Fuller is an enthusiastic traveler who spends more time exploring the world than she does at her home in London.
“The Rainbow Atlas invites readers on a vivid journey across the globe…. The kaleidoscopic book showcases places from every color of the rainbow, from the scarlet-tinted ribbons of rivers cutting through Huelva, Spain, to the fragrant purple-hued lavender fields of Provence, France that perfume the region every summer.” --Smithsonian