" I read, I travel, I become … "

Derek Walcott

Hello to all of you adventure seekers and book lovers!


Please join us in our run around the world as this is the ride you will never forget.
Hitch a ride to Paris and climb The Eiffel Tower, take a pic in Rome and visit Sistine Chapel, kiss a boy in Barcelona…
Let's have fun together!

Or you can simply laid back and relax with a good book by your side. Get newest recommendations about books and favorite authors or, perhaps, discover a new one!
Tales brought to life by pure brilliancy of amazing authors, read books that will make your heart race.
We will share weekly updates about these wonderful stories, so keep up-to-date with our latest posts by following us on social media.

Meet U at the top of the world!

Lots of kisses,
Oli & Lena,
Books&Travels team

Wanderluster in Love

Hi, I am Oli. I am a travel lover and I believe that too many of us are missing out on exploring this vast and amazing planet of ours. I will show you that you don't have to be rich to see the world and give you practical tips to make the best of your future travels.

Hopeless Geek

Lena is your regular geek. She's always finding ways to make life more interesting, forever addicted to reading and learning and sometimes speaks about herself in third person.
So, let's talk books!

Latest Travel Review - Paris

Paris ... is always a good idea ... If you want to visit a city that is a mixture of chic and bohemian life, romance and fashion, love and hedonism ... then Paris is the right place for you! The city you will fall in love with at first sight, where you will experience new tastes and flavors, create new memories and wish to return as soon as possible. Audrey Hepburn didn't say without a reason that Paris is always a good idea.

The city from where Napoleon set off to conquer the world is divided into districts known as arrondissements. Each having its unique charm and history.

" To move, to breathe, to fly, to float,
To gain all while you give,
To roam the roads of lands remote,
To travel is to live. "

Hans Christian Andersen

Latest Book Review - Midnight Blue

Every once in a while there is that one book that gives you more than you sign up for, probably a headache, crying fit, cloudy thoughts for days and generally, much more than you expected. It’s really not explainable how you got hooked on it, because only thing you wanted at time was a light Saturday afternoon read. Never mind kids going nuts around you and your husband yelling for help, you just can’t put it down. Loved symbolism behind a title and beautifully constructed pace. This characters were so real I could have carved them in marble. Smart analogies, metaphors, symbolism all made sure that you felt like a part of their world, like nameless, faceless third party, always present but never uttering a word. 

" When I have a little money, I buy books;
and if I have any left, I buy food and clothes. "