Although the Internet seem to be replacing bookstores, but these 7 beautiful bookshops around the world will inspire you to visit one.
Although with the internet, books sites and apps taking over the world of books, bookstores aren't the best idea for anyone to go looking for a book or go reading one. But then, with beautiful bookstores lying around different corners of the world, leaving the comfort of your couch to visiting such incredible book shops to not only read but get inspired by so much beauty and knowledge amassed in one unit is worth more than you can imagine.
Here are some of the world's most beautiful bookstore worth exploring.
This bookshop contains publications that deals mostly with art since it is an integral part of one of Rome's leading exhibition centers.
Plural Bookshop is a simple clean design paired with books with a wall to wall shalf and stairs that make the room absolutely beautiful.
Bart’s Books, which calls itself “the world’s greatest outdoor bookstore”, was set up in 1964 by Richard Bartinsdale, who left book cases on the street to sell titles he no longer wanted. Passersby could leave money in a coffee can. Now, the store has nearly 1million books as well as a courtyard where browsers can play chess under the shade of an apple tree.
This bookshop located in a two story building, is so modern and sleek. Every corner of this magical place invites you to read and explore. Although it isn’t exactly big, it is bright and airy.
This Argetina library which is a converted 1920s movie palace uses theatre boxes for reading rooms and draws thousands of tourists every year.
One of the biggest children library in the world designed by Sako, Kid's Republic is a bookstore in Beijing, China with great explosion of colors.
This bookstore with bookshelves built into unlikely places that seems to be made almost entirely out of books — down to its dramatic front doors.
A world of book is boring after all.