Traveling for books
Collected by Anita Breland
Bookshops everywhere call to me for a browse--the more local the better. I'm especially drawn to shops with passionate owners, specialty themes or quirky architecture and a cozy place to sit. I can always find something to interest the writer and librarian in me!
Escadinhas de São Cristóvão 18, 1100-119 Lisboa, Portugal
About the size of a shoe cupboard, this little bookshop sits quietly at the start of the Conçeição stairs, from Madalena Street to the Largo da Conçeição on the South Side of Lisbon’s Castle Hill. Despite its small size is boasts a dramatic...
19 High St, Auckland, 1010, New Zealand
Unity is what all bookstores should be: a good collection of global newspapers by the door, a room stacked to the gills with curated books and magazines, and an extremely well-read staff. Three people is a crowd here; 30 is a very civilized riot....
1701 Wynkoop St, Denver, CO 80202, USA
Known for hosting readings by big stars in the literary firmament, Tattered Cover Book Store originally opened in 1971 in a mere 950 square feet of space in the Cherry Creek North area. The enterprise has grown to...
6 Liberty Street, Savannah, GA 31401, USA
Nothing makes me happier than stumbling upon a really great bookstore, and this one in Savannah takes the cake! While strolling down East Liberty Street in gorgeous Savannah—my favorite of all the beautiful Southern cities—my husband...
51 Tamal Vista Blvd, Corte Madera, CA 94925, USA
Book Passage is well-known in the Bay Area for it's annual travel writing and photography conference that happens every August. But that's just once a year. For those who love good travel writing and photography, visit Book Passage anytime and...
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