London Breaks for the Bookworm

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If you love to read and are always looking for the next great book then why not plan a London break around some of your favourite literature. From the novels of Dickens to the Harry Potter series there are plenty of places just waiting for you to discover.

Whether you enjoy the latest contemporary literature or an evening in with the classics you can explore the inspirational settings behind the books while you stay in your London hotel. From Brick Lane in the East End to the hidden London of Neil Gaimans Neverwhere or the glamorous world of 1920s parties as depicted in Evelyn Waughs Vile Bodies it all depends on what you are interested in.

Why not theme your short break around literature and explore the blue plaques of London, with 100’s of the plaques throughout the city there are plenty for you to find. From JM Barries plaque on Baywater Road to Enid Blyton or Sir Arthur Conan Doyle you’ll have a busy time finding them all. Plus with a visit to Baker Street or the Peter Pan statue in Kensington Gardens you really can have a break fit for a bookworm.

 

 

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