Places A Bookworm Would Love Hanging Out In

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Bookworms are not just people who love reading books.

They’re also people who love to see places they’ve only read about in books and seen from pictures. They’re even people who love to experience things they’ve only read about in books and heard from others.

Even more so, they’re people who love to do all those mentioned above in other countries.

That being said, here are some places a bookworm would love hanging out in:

Coffeeshops

Every country has its fair share of locations that people from all walks of life can hang out in. However, only a few countries have its fair share of locations that people from all walks of life would love to hang out in. This includes coffeeshops, where a bookworm would love to hang out in because of its charming interiors and its calming atmospheres – further enhanced by the aromatic smell of coffee and other pastry dishes that goes with a cup of it, even.

Even more so, some coffeeshops offer their very own selection of books – making a bookworm’s experience in a coffeeshop even more notable.

Recommended: Elizabeth Gaskell’s House and Portico Library in Manchester, England.

Teahouses

Contrary to popular belief, many people love to drink tea. From yesterday’s chamomile black tea and other infusions in the form of pasta dishes to today’s matcha green tea and other infusions in the form of pastry dishes, tea has continuously proved that it only gets better over time. Teahouses are also where a bookworm would love to hang out in because of its alluring interiors and its serene atmospheres – further enhanced by the therapeutic smell of tea and other dishes that goes with a cup of it, even.

Even more so, some teahouses offer their very own selection of books – making a bookworm’s experience in a teahouse even more remarkable.

Recommended: British Library Bookshop and Review Bookshop in London, England.

Parks and Gardens

A dose of fresh air, a dose of warm sunshine, a good book to read, a comfortable blanket to sit on, and a cup of warm coffee that you can make at home with a semi-automatic – what could get any better than these?

Even more so, parks and gardens do not only offer places bookworms would love to hang out in. They also offer places bookworms would love to see with their loved ones, as well as to experience things with their loved ones.

Recommended: Bookworm Gardens in Sheboygan, Wisconsin.

8 of the Best Destinations for Book Lovers in the UK

The United Kingdom is home to many world-renowned writers and iconic fictional characters. It also boasts of numerous literary spots that are tourist attractions in their own right. With so many possible destinations to explore, we list here eight of the best destinations for book lovers when in the UK.

Bath
Bath
Literary points of interest: The picturesque city of Bath became home to Jane Austen during the 19th century. Today, the Jane Austen Centre and the Jane Austen Festival are among the top attractions of this beautiful city.

Broadstairs, Kent
Broadstairs, Kent
Literary points of interest: Charles Dickens regularly visited Broadstairs around the middle of the 19th century. The town has provided plenty of inspirations some of which found their way into the famous writer’s works. Top literary attractions include the Dickens House Museum which is located at what used to be the guest house where the writer stayed during his visits in Broadstairs.

Carmarthen, Wales
Carmarthen Wales
Literary points of interest: Carmarthen is purportedly the birthplace of Merlin the Wizard. Those who love the tales of King Arthurs and fascinated with legends will find plenty of fodder for the imagination in this town.

Edinburgh, Scotland
the elephant house ediburgh
Literary points of interest: Edinburgh is one of the UNESCO Cities of Literature. It is the birthplace of, Arthur Conan Doyle, Muriel Spark, and Robert Louis Stevenson. Many literary icons likewise spent some time in the city. Some of the best places to visit and see are the Central Library, Deacon Brodies Tavern, the Edinburgh International Book Festival, Leith, Looking Glass Books, Milnes Bar, the National Library of Scotland, the Oxford Bar, The Royal Mile and Holyrood Park, the Scottish Poetry Library, the Scottish Storytelling Centre, Spoon, The Conan Doyle, The Electric Bookshop, The Elephant House, the bookshops in Westport, and the Writers’ Museum.

Haworth, West Yorkshire
Haworth, West Yorkshire
Literary points of interest: Haworth is home to the Brontë Parsonage Museum that houses a library featuring the famous Brontë sisters’ works. The place has provided inspirations for their works like Jane Eyre by Charlotte and Wuthering Heights by Emily.

Hay-on-Wye, Wales
Hay-on-Wye
Literary points of interest: The small and picturesque town of Hay-on-Wye boasts of numerous

London
Hay-on-Wye
Literary points of interest: The British Library is one of London’s top literary spots. It houses a collection

Oxford
Oxford
Literary points of interest: Oxford has produced some of the world’s literary greats including C.S. Lewis, Lewis Carroll, and Oscar Wilde among others. This university town also boasts of beautiful libraries.