#literary tourism

Literary Tourism: Los Angeles

Paris may claim to be the city of lights, but Los Angeles might as well be the city of lights under ...

Literary Tourism: Mexico

When people consider Mexico as a travel destination, they seem to focus mostly on its natural beauty – beaches, mountains, ...

Literary Tourism: Amsterdam, The Netherlands

Planning a trip to Amsterdam? Here are 7 secrets about the city’s literary scene, as told by a resident who spends ...

Literary Tourism: The Huntington Library in Los Angeles, CA

There are many locales of literary interest throughout Los Angeles, but I have a soft spot for The Huntington Library, ...

Literary Tourism: Champaign-Urbana, Illinois

Smallish twin cities in East Central Illinois might not be everyone’s first guess when asked where to go for excellent bookish tourism. ...

Literary Tourism: Israel

  Israel: it’s a pretty tiny country (smaller than New Jersey), but its inhabitants have managed to pack a whole ...

Literary Tourism: Iowa

Unless you live in Iowa or have spent time living there, the small midwestern state probably only hits your radar ...

Food To Make and Places To Visit if You Love the Little House Books

I have read Laura Ingalls Wilder’s wonderful Little House book series innumerable times. I love these books, and my two ...

Literary Tourism: Classic Charlottesville, Virginia

Charlottesville is not a large city– in fact while it is growing, it still has a very small-town feel compared ...

A Storied Stay for Literary Lovers: 10 Great Bookish Hotels

One of my weird obsessions is Anthony Melchiorri’s Hotel Impossible. I love a good reality TV show (okay, and bad ones ...

Literary Tourism: Galveston, TX

It may not feel that way in large portions of the country, but we’re inching ever closer to beach weather. ...

My First Experience at The Strand

You always remember your first time. At The Strand, I mean. The bookstore’s name is known far and wide and, ...

Literary Tourism: Jamaica Plain, MA

Massachusetts is no stranger to literary hangouts. New Bedford and Boston have been featured on Literary Tourism in the past and Boston ...

Literary Tourism: Toronto

Toronto is one of my favorite cities, and part of that is because it’s a city packed full of bookish ...

Wizarding Tourism: Harry Potter Experiences Around the World

Sometimes, we’re so swept away by the scenes in the movies (and the assumption that all the prettiest sets are ...