Infographic: Top 7 Famous Literary Bars You Should Visit
Haven't you ever wished to visit the places where your favorite authors used to spend their time? Of course, there is that local bar where some writers and book nerds hang out, but you want to experience the spirit that explains the type of literature written in a particular decade. Hemingway got a lot of inspiration from socializing (and drinking!) in bars around the world. It's no wonder you'll see his name mentioned several times in the infographic that follows.
If you appreciate good books, you probably know that the most notable writers are tortured souls. They usually need some time away from the real world, so bars have always been some of their favorite destinations. Are you trying to plan your next vacation? Maybe following the footsteps of J. R. R. Tolkien and C. S. Lewis will turn it into an unforgettable adventure?
Do you love Goethe, Lord Byron, Dostoevsky, Jack Kerouac, or Dylan Thomas? This infographic informs you about the favorite bars of different writers, so you'll surely find some of them attractive. In addition, you'll discover the places where some of the greatest authors have healed their wounds and searched for inspiration.
Don't forget: these bars are not all about history! They are still popular among people interested in literature, as well as aspiring and established writers. Who knows, maybe you'll end up having a drink with a modern author you admire! Go through this list and pick your favorite destination! These places will enable you to experience literature in a whole new way.
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