Today’s Topic: Freebie
Hosted by: That Artsy Reader Girl
Although international travel has been severely curtailed thanks to the craziness that is 2020, thankfully we can always rely on books for adventures in armchair traveling. Which in some ways is even better than the real thing; no long lines at the airport, or untold hours seated next to that annoying person on the plane, no jet lag and no language barrier.
So for my fellow armchair globe-trotters, here is my list of books with real-life locations in their titles. And if you are wondering what to pack…a hat is a must!
7 Replies to “Top Ten Tuesday – Books with Famous Cities in their Titles”
I’d love to go to Italy someday.
My TTT .
Wow, around the world in books. Great idea. https://pmprescott.blogspot.com/2020/07/ttt-072820.html
Oooh! Excellent list for some vicarious traveling while we are all stuck at home! I love it!
Beautiful covers as well! I especially like The Paris Apartment.
My TTT: https://mamaneedsabook.blogspot.com/2020/07/next-up-classics.html
Such a fun topic! I don’t think I’ve seen this one used before. I really want to read Heart & Seoul. I love Jen Frederick’s books.
Such a wonderful idea for a topic! Those covers are so beautiful, a fun way to travel the world!
Although, seeing The Summer House in Santorini in the Western Europe category kinda threw me off, since we’re (South-) Eastern Europe. Is Greece really considered Western Europe in the rest of the world?
Hmm, I’m not sure. Honestly, I should have just labeled that group as Europe. I have some books about Budapest in there too and technically that is Eastern Europe as well.
I love this topic! I miss traveling, but I’m very grateful for books!