Features: 15 Most Beautiful Bookstore In the World


Who doesn’t like travelling? New places, beautiful scenery, amazing architecture, change of surroundings, and many other amazing things. But most importantly, it provides an escape from our daily life.

As a reader, going to a bookstore, especially a new one, is a wonderful experience. There’s just someething different between the bookstores you’re used to and a totally new, different, bookstores. Surrounded by books, exploring the shelves looking for books, and finding the right books. So in this post I’m going to share with you guys my 15 Most Beautiful Bookshops (or my Bookshop Bucket List). Enjoy!

1. Octavia’s Bookshop, Cirencester, UK

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Look at all the purple colors and fairytale vibe it has! Truly reminds me of Rapunzel.

2. 10 Corso Como, Milan, Italy


It just looks very sophisticated and elegant. This is the kind of bookstore I don’t mind spending hours there and actually how I want my private library to look!

3. Cook and Books, Brussels, Belgium

4. Shakespeare and Co, Paris, France


Ahh the infamous Shakespeare and co, the must-visit place for all bookworms visiting France!

5. El Ateneo, Buienos Aires, Argentina

6. Ler Devagar, Lisbon, Portugal

7. Bookabar Bookshop, Rome, Italy

8. Atlantis Books, Santorini, Greece


One of my friend had actually visited this bookstore and bought me book about Herakles (Yaaasss) and she said this bookstore is as magical as it’s look in the pictures.

9. Books Actually, Singapore

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10. Saraiva, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil

11. Livraria Cultura, Sao Paulo

12. Librairie la Fontaine, Switzerland

13. Cafebreria el Pendulo, Mexico

14. Plural Bookshop, Slovakia

15. Librairie Avant-Garde, China

Do you have any favorite bookstores? Have you ever been to any bookstores listed above? Let me know down below and share your experience there!

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7 thoughts on “Features: 15 Most Beautiful Bookstore In the World

  1. Alise says:

    Ahhh, so many gorgeous bookstores! It's so crazy to think that places that look like that exist out there somewhere, so different than my lame old regular Barnes & Noble xD

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  2. Bella Marlow says:

    I found your blog on goodreads and its amazing! Keep up the good work! I love this post in particular. I have a book blog too and i'd love for you to check it out, any tips on how to improve is appreciated. I would also love to do some kind of collaboration with you! Give each other a helping hand possibly?

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  3. Cait @ Paper Fury says:

    Omg omg *packs bag*
    *runs away to travel the world and see all these bookstores*
    THIS IS JUST SO BEAUTIFUL. That first one in Italy is just divine and then that Brazil one with all the colour-coded-books. OMG HEAVEN.

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