Welsh travel

Penline Castle, in Edward Donovan, Descriptive excursions through South Wales and Monmouthshire (1805)
Penline Castle, in Edward Donovan, Descriptive excursions through South Wales and Monmouthshire (1805)

A bibliography by Dr Diana Luft listing 16th-20th century books in English and Welsh on travel within Wales, and books in Welsh on travel outside Wales.

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George Sael, Collection of Welch tours (1797)

All of Wales

16th-20th century books in Welsh and English on travel to all parts of Wales.

Harlech Castle, in George John Bennett, The pedestrian's guide through North Wales (1838)

North Wales

18th-20th century books in Welsh and English on travel to North Wales.

Ruined monastic edifice in Cardiff, in Edward Donovan, Descriptive excursions through South Wales and Monmouthshire (1805)

South Wales

18th-20th century books in Welsh and English on travel to South Wales.

Tintern Abbey, in Robert Taylor, Taylor's illustrated guide to the banks of the Wye (1854)

Welsh Marches

19th-20th century books on travel to the Welsh Marches, or Border Counties.

Francis Grose, North and South Wales : some views of Welsh castles, &c., with descriptions, and accurate maps of some counties (1774-76).

Welsh counties

18th-20th century books on travel to specific Welsh counties and local authorities.

L. J., Hanes y Wladva Gymreig (1898)

Beyond Wales

17th-20th century Welsh language books on travel beyond Wales, including exploration and missionary narratives.