Guest Post: Top 7 Famous Literary Bars You Should Visit (Infographic)

By Linda Craig

Writing is often thought of as a solitary activity, but thanks to this infographic, you can visit your favorite author’s watering holes.

Throughout history, it has always been the case that with every famous writer, there is a pub or bar that becomes equally as famous thanks to their connections as the favoured drinking establishment of said famous writer. There really is something to be said about the fact that a glass of whiskey is often a writer’s best friend, and in the case of all of the examples we have put together for you in this cool infographic, that certainly seems to be the case.

You should think of this infographic as a map that will allow you to plan your own literary pilgrimage, following in the famous footsteps of those authors whose works you have loved for years. Starting in popular North American destinations like New York City, travelling through mainland Europe in to the depths of Saint Petersburg, Russia, the infographic provides useful details about each chosen pub or bar, along with a few fun facts about each location.

Whether you are a fan of poetry or prose, the wide range of writers included will certainly be enough to keep your interest, with the favourite establishments of literary icons like Jack Kerouac, Dylan Thomas, C.S. Lewis, Dostoevsky, Byron and J.R.R. Tolkien making the list.

If you are looking for a vacation opportunity that is a little out of the ordinary, why not satisfy your love of literature by planning a trip to visit some of these locations, you will not only feel the weight of history but you will also be rewarded with a beverage of your choice on arrival!


Linda1Linda Craig is writing creative articles for assignment writing team. She is keen on current digital trends in education.


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