Colorful bookshop featuring literary fiction and art books.
New York City's biggest bookstore with 18 miles of books established in 1927.
New York's oldest, family-run bookstore founded in 1925.
A bookshop specializing in books on food and drink, cookbooks, food history and culture.
A bookstore with a curated selection of fiction and non-fiction titles.
Historic bookshop located in the spectacular Galerie Vivienne.
A former pharmacy turned bookshop dedicated to James Joyce's Ulysses.
Bookstore specializing in out-of-print and antiquarian cookbooks.
Bookshop and gallery space featuring a rotating selection of rare and out-of-print titles.
A family-run secondhand and antiquarian book shop in Edinburgh's West Port
A museum and shop dedicated to the celebrated fictional detective, Sherlock Holmes.
An edited collection of menswear, homeware, and goods alongside Monocle publications.
A gift shop that celebrates and shares the beauty of Mexican culture.
A bookshop specializing in zines, small press publications, and alternative magazines.
The iconic bookshop made famous by the romantic comedy Notting Hill.
Notting Hill bookshop with an overhead suspended installation of flying books.
A vintage bookseller's cart stock with secondhand books in the heart of Florence.
A French and English language bookstore in a landmark gilded-age mansion.
A former 1919 opulent theatre, complete with ceiling frescoes, converted into a bookshop.
A former 13th century Dominican church repurposed as a bookshop.