Around the World in 80 Days is a famous adventure novel by Jules Verne first published in 1873.

In this story, the Englishman Phileas Fogg, together with his servant Passepartout, sets out on a journey around the world after making a bet with his friends at the Reform Club in London.

On the night of his departure, the Bank of England is robbed and Detective Fix, believing Phileas Fogg to be guilty of the crime, pursues him on his voyage through Europe, Egypt, India - where Fogg rescues the young widow, Aouda, who accompanies them on the rest of the journey - China, Japan, then crossing North America between bison and Sioux warriors to board a steamboat in New York which will take them to Liverpool. Once back in England, Fix arrests Fogg and Passepartout. In London, Fogg proves his innocence, wins the bet, and marries Aouda to round off the happy ending