Autumn in London | A Visit to Waterstones Piccadilly, the biggest bookstore in Europe

Over the weekend I went to Waterstones Piccadilly in Central London, the biggest bookshop in Europe, with books spread over five floors. I made a relaxing video inside this bookstore. It was extremely busy and crowded so the footage is not the best, but I hope this little video will give you an idea of how it looks inside.

If you are ever in London and visiting Waterstones Piccadilly, I’d also highly recommend you a visit to The London Library (not to be confused with the British Library) which is just a few minutes’ walk away from Waterstones. The Hatchards Bookstore is another one worth visiting, the oldest bookstore in London, founded in the 18th century, and, also, just a few minutes away from Waterstones Piccadilly.

One of the books mentioned in the video is “Madonna in a Fur Coat” by Sabahattin
. I posted a review of this some time ago – this is a great book to read, especially during long autumn evenings.

Wishing you a peaceful rest of the week.

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