Bookish Places I would love to visit

1. Shakespeare & Company Bookstore, Paris

This bookstore was established in 1951 and it is a must-see for booklovers. It is a beautiful and cozy book shop and cafe and if you visit at night you may even stumble across one of its many events.

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2. Hay Castle Bookshop, Hay-on-Wye, Wales

In this picturesque town there are a multitude of bookshops worth the visit but specifically the open aired one at Hay Castle. The town is especially worth visiting during Hay Festival of Literature & Arts, held between May and June.

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3. Livraria Lello & Irmão Bookstore, Porto

This bookstore is considered one of the most beautiful bookstores with it grand staircases and floor to ceiling books. Since it opened in 1906 and has since become an inspiration for any famous writers.

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4. The Brattle Book Shop, Boston

This was established in 1825 and is one of the oldest and largest antiquarian and used bookshops in the USA. In addition to the 3 story building you can also find books outside the building.

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5. Georgian House Wizard Chambers, London 

This is a 5-star hotel with both rooms for muggles and wizards. The wizard chamber are however the main reason people stay. These rooms give Harry Potter the chance to sleep in a Hogwarts type dormitory.

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Many  thanks, Caitlin x

(PS please comment if you have ever visited these places or would like to)

 

Author: Caitlin Marion Dermidy

I am a girl who loves to read and drink tea :) 19, Stirling Scotland

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