Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit

Top Ten TuesdayTop Ten Tuesday is an original blog meme hosted by The Broke and the Bookish. This week’s topic is “Ten Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit.” Hey, I’m back from my hiatus and ready to tackle more Top Ten Tuesday posts. I think we did a similar topic because making this list felt eerily familiar. Hopefully I haven’t just repeated myself with this list. Covers are linked to Goodreads.

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1. Wizarding World from Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone by J.K. Rowling – I can’t quite decide if I want to visit Hogwarts or Diagon Alley more, but really I just want to visit the entire wizarding world.

2. Alaka from A Crown of Wishes by Roshani Chokshi – Yes, this isn’t the safest place to visit, but you can’t deny that it would be so interesting. The gates are made of tongues, but I hear accommodations are lovely.

3. Pemberley from Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen – Ah, to be mistress of Pemberley! I love how Elizabeth describes that every window inside the house captures the beauty of the grounds surrounding it.

4. The Cast Iron from Iron Cast by Destiny Soria – I must visit this club on a show night. Music and magic intertwining and a bit of dancing make this the perfect combination.

5. The Temptation from The Girl From Everywhere by Heidi Heilig – I’d love to spend some time on this time-traveling ship. Not only would there be amazing lands to discover, but the company’s not so bad either.

6. Le Cirque des Rêves from The Night Circus by Erin Morgenstern – This is one of the most magical places I’ve ever read and I would love to visit the various tents.

7. Red London from A Darker Shade of Magic by V.E. Schwab – I’d love to visit a place where magic is celebrated. The Night Market sounds like an amazing place full of food, magical goods, music, and street mages.

8. The Graveyard from The Graveyard Book by Neil Gaiman – Spending a night hanging out with ghosts would be a once in a lifetime experience.

9. La Pradera from Wild Beauty by Anna-Marie McLemore – These gardens sound so beautiful and enchanting. Really I’d visit any place where the Nomeolvides women have shared their gift.

10. Green Gables from Anne of Green Gables by L.M. Montgomery – From the moment that Anne begins to describe this place, I fell in love. I would love to see green gables through her eyes.

Any of these settings on your list as well? Which fictional world would you most like to visit? Let me know in the comments and be sure leave a link to your own TTT post, so I can visit.

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44 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday: Ten Bookish Settings I’d Love to Visit

  1. Harry Potter was on my list as well, I’d settle for anywhere in the Potterverse pretty much. I love the idea about Pride and Prejudice as well, it would be amazing to go visit and see how they lived in that time.

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  2. Alicia! I love that you names the ship… I picked it too but yeah… didn’t even think about the ship’s name… The gardens from from Wild Beauty sound like a place I would like to visit too… you don’t get too many magical gardens… YES to HP and Red London too…

    I love top 10 Tuesday… Here’s my post if you’re interested in my choices ❤ https://perspectiveofawriter.wordpress.com/2017/12/05/top-10-tuesday-bookish-settings-to-visit-as-a-tourist/

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  3. La Pradera did sound quite wonderful, and Green Gables almost made my list, though I was real literal, and I would have to be in the time period of the book too. I don’t know if I could rough it in Anne’s times.

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  4. I’d love to go to Harry Potter World – the real one is only an hour’s drive away for me. I plan to go after Christmas! Also, I keep meaning to sign up for your comments challenge, and forgetting!! Maybe you could add me to your reminder list for the New Year, please? xxx

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