When I travel, I try to look for a literary haven to visit. Europe has many literary destinations worth visiting. These are some of the places you can include in your travel bucket list.

Wigtown (Scotland)

This is the National Book Town of Scotland. It’s 2 hours from the south of Glasgow. It was officially named the country’s book town in 1998. You can visit 13 books shops in this small town. There’s also an Airbnb there that offers you the experience of managing a bookshop.

Bath (England)

If you love Jane Austen, then you’ll enjoy visiting Bath, especially in the middle of September. That’s because you can experience the Jane Austen festival which lasts for 10 days. Every day, there are amazing events such as reading, plays, walking tours, and a Regency ball.

Paris (France)

Paris has always been known to hold a lot of literary havens. For me, the best destinations are cemeteries since I can see the graves of some famous writers. For instance, Moliere, Marcel Proust, Oscar Wilde, and Honore de Balzac are in Pere La Chaise cemetery. Montparnasse Cemetery has Simode de Beavoir and Jeal-Paul Sartre

Dubrovnik (Croatia)

Have you watched the Game of Thrones or read A Song of Ice and Fire? Then, you likely know that Dubrovnik is where the King’s Landing scenes were shot. You can opt to visit these film spots alone or join a tour.

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