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kbearne wrote a review Mar 2020
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom622 contributions100 helpful votes
This beautiful tiled shop is actually the world's oldest bookstore! I bought a small journal here, which they stamped for me.
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Date of experience: January 2020
1 Helpful vote
Ays Espiritu wrote a review Feb 2020
Bonn, Germany390 contributions107 helpful votes
It is really nice that this bookshop has been operating for so many years when a lot of bookstores are closing. It does not look so big from the outside but it goes all the way inside the building. Some may think that they are selling antique books being the oldest bookshop but they got new and modern literature. Just ask the friendly staff and they are happy to help. They got English books too! The old shelves does not only look pretty but well organized. It also got a cafe at the end of the shop where you can relax.
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Date of experience: March 2019
2 Helpful votes
ckm818 wrote a review Feb 2020
Hong Kong, China207 contributions383 helpful votes
Portugal is a great place for foodies, natural wonders and vineyards. You have endless reasons to love the country. Here, we find another one: Bertrand Lisboa. A charming large bookshop with good selection of books. Much of the attraction comes from the space for hanging around to read, and also variety of books for English or Portugese speaking readers to browse. Our family spent almost an hour there despite the packed schedule, and ended up buying seven books, including a half-finished novel for my daughter.
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Date of experience: January 2020
4 Helpful votes
HeaveNEarth wrote a review Jan 2020
Fairfax, Virginia147 contributions87 helpful votes
Far better than Livraria Lello in Porto. If you're going to visit a bookstore at least once in Portugal, make it Livraria Bertrand in Lisboa. This is a bookstore that makes you want to read and buy books. it has even a cafe all the way back. It's like a Barnes & Noble with a bit of history. Loved it! A couple of "uphill" blocks away from Rua Augusta. A must visit. Yes, we bought books as well.
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Date of experience: January 2020
4 Helpful votes
Sbrmatt wrote a review Dec 2019
Redwood City, California335 contributions68 helpful votes
Nice bookstore, with unassuming signage. There are a few historic indicators (oldest bookshop in the world), but without those you would not notice much difference from another shop in an old building. I found a good number English language books and the staff were very helpful.
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Date of experience: December 2019
3 Helpful votes
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