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Top Ten Tuesday – Places Mentioned In Books I’d Like to Visit

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Hi everyone! This is my first Top Ten Tuesday post and this week’s prompt is to list the top 10 places mentioned in books that I’d like to visit.

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Top 10 Tuesday is a weekly meme hosted by Jana @ That Artsy Reader Girl.

It’s difficult to choose 10 places out of thousands I’ve been to. I literally had to comb through over 1000 books and my memory to make this list. Some are fictional while some are real places mentioned in books I’ve read up until now.

The Chronicles of Narnia
  1. Cair Paravel: The Chronicles of Narnia series is one of my favorite series and I’ve always dreamed of visiting the fictional realm of Narnia. Who wouldn’t dream of a fantasy world of magic, mythical beasts, and talking animals?


2. Scotland: By Scotland, I mean I’d love to visit the present Scotland.

Harry Potter

3. Hogwarts & Hogsmeade: While I can’t get inside the book and be a part of the fictional world, I’d love to visit the universal or WB studios…

The Priory of the orange tree

  4. Seiiki: BUT only after the epilogue of Kingdom of Ash when the war is over and things have had time to calm down and rebuild.

Cassandra Clare

  5. Los Angeles: I’d love to meet Emma, Julian, and the Blackthorns, Kit and of course, Church, Magnus, and Alec…

the Night Circus

6. The Night Circus: One of my favorite books from last year, The Night Circus has an enchanting setting I can easily lose myself into. Plus I’m a night owl and it will fare well while visiting the tents till dawn.

Sarah J. Maas

  7. Velaris: I would love to visit Velaris and The Night Court. I loved the magical setting, Rhysand and the rest of the gang

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  8. The Citadel: Presenting The Citadel from Game of Thrones, one of my favorite -I-hope-not- fictional libraries.

Moonlight Scandals

9. New Orleans: Moonlight Scandals is the third book in the De Vincent series and is set entirely in New Orleans.

Anna and the French Kiss

10. Paris: Maybe it sounds cliché, but Paris will always be in the list of places I’d like to visit.

There you go! My list of Top Ten places – fictional and real- that I’d like to visit.

Thank you for reading

What about you? Would you like to visit any of the places I’ve listed? Do you have some other places in mind?  Let me know in the comments below!


Author: Book Rambler

Hi! I'm Shalini. I am an avid reader, daydreamer, future scientist. In order to ramble about books with you, I created this blog. You can find me here and on any of my social media channels.

21 thoughts on “Top Ten Tuesday – Places Mentioned In Books I’d Like to Visit”

  1. I have been to Paris, and it is truly magical! We go to Scotland in April, and I cannot wait. As for Harry Potter – I suggest going to London to visit the WB Studios there- that blows Universal out of the water! IT was amazing to see actual sets and props.

    I agree with you about the library from Game of Thrones. SWOON. I would love it if that was real. Side bar – The Night Circus is a fantastic read. 🙂

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  2. While I couldn’t really stick with the night circus, it’s true i’d so wanna go see the “real magic” aswell !! That can be nice.
    Also omg same xD Though I havent read the narnia books (though I did own the first book once) I watched the movie of it while longer and I just SO. wanted to get in a closet and appear there ahaha (doesn’t most of us did ? :p)

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  3. Great list! Ever since I read Outlander, I wanted to visit Scotland and recently I got to visit Edinburgh and explore Royal Mile and Edinburgh high street where many scenes from season 3 TV show were filmed. I can’t explain how happy I felt just being there😊😊

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