Shakespeare & Company

Shakespeare & Company

To fully appreciate the backstory of the fabled Shakespeare & Company bookstore, we must rewind to 1919, when a young female entrepreneur, bookseller and publisher named Sylvia Beach opened a bookshop in St. Germain-des-Prés.

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John Sandoe Books

John Sandoe Books

Tucked away just off the King's Road in Chelsea is a wonderful little bookshop, John Sandoe Books. The three-story shop remains in the same building where Sandoe first set up shop, now spanning three side by side stores acquired over fifty years.

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Leakey’s Bookshop

Leakey’s Bookshop

Inverness is the most northerly city in Britain and the capital of the Scottish Highlands. Here, nestled on the banks of the Ness, you'll find the iconic Leakey's Bookshop, a former Gaelic church filled floor to ceiling with stacks of books.

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Armchair Books

Armchair Books

It's really no surprise that Edinburgh is teeming with top-notch literary haunts - from exceptional libraries, quirky independent bookshops, and illustrious literary history, the Scottish capital is a wonderland for bibliophiles.

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Word on the Water

Word on the Water

A once-wandering 1920's barge has taken up residence on London's Granary Square, yet this is no ordinary passenger barge, it's a floating bookshop called Word on the Water - a treasure trove of books.

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