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The world's most beautiful bookshops

26 January 2018

By The Window Seat

As part of our #BookshopOfTheWeek collection on Instagram, we're gathering the bookshops from around the world that every bibliophile needs to visit.

This list is updated regularly, so keep checking back for more of the most beautiful bookshops from around the world. Make sure to follow us on Instagram to see these sent directly to your feeds. 
 

Leakey's Bookshop in Inverness, Scotland

Housed in an old Gaelic Church (1793), Leakey’s was established in 1979. It is thought to be Scotland’s largest secondhand bookshop with over 100,000 tomes. Featuring a wood burning fire, locals and tourists alike believe Leakey's is one of the highlights for those that visit Inverness. 

Photo taken by Caroline Carpenter​
 


Livraria Lello in Porto, Portugal

Established since 1906, Livraria Lello houses not only thousands of books but also a quaint coffee shop to escape the world and to enjoy the book you found on one of the lower levels.

Reportedly the inspiration behind Harry Potter's moving staircase, it is one of the oldest bookshops in Portugal and frequently rated as one of the best in the world. Isn't it gorgeous?

 

 

Word on the Water, London

On a 1920s Dutch barge, this floating bookstore features books (yes!) and a friendly doggy (DOUBLE YES!)

If books and a dog weren't enough of a draw, they also have occasional live jazz and a woodburning stove. Perfect for a sunny day. 
 


Evripidis Bookshop, Athens, Greece

Founded in 1955, what was once a small corner shop has developed into one of the largest bookshops in the northern suburbs and one of the biggest in Greece.

This was first featured in our Picador blog about beautiful bookshops from around the world
 

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