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“Friendly and helpful staff, interesting selection”
Our aim is to be a booklover's bookshop; the sort of place where you can lose yourself in the shelves for hours, browsing and relaxing in a chair to the soft music we play, while the river Fyris gently flows by a block away.
This is a real gem to have in a Swedish town, a little bit of that cosy British bookshop feeling. The shop is packed with great authors and titles for adults, teenagers and children. The staff are friendly and helpful. The are events and readings...More
This cosy bookshop is well worth a visit should you run out of bedtime reading during your stay in Uppsala. Very helpful staff, and a cool selection of textile carrier bags is a bonus to a well stocked shop.
This is the best place to buy books in Uppsala. Tons of interesting titles and something for everyone. If you are lucky, Stina will help you pick out a book or two. She is lovely and her enthusiasm was absolutely charming. The last time I...More
They call themselves "The Book Lover's Paradise", and I can't disagree with that. In a time when printed books face competition from other media and book stores have a hard time competing with online stores, it's nice to see a traditional book store. The Uppsala...More
This is what a bookshop should look and feel like! The atmosphere is great and starts with the smell of books (real book lovers will know what I mean) washing over you when you open the front door.
The shop is not big, but it...More
The English Bookshop is just that; an English book shop. With rows and rows of books stacked high in a structured, yet beautifully chaotic way, the English Bookshop is worth a visit for all bibliophiles out there!
The Building doesn´t look like much on the outside. But inside it is sheer heaven for book lovers. Everything you could ever dream of, in English. From Edgar Allen Poe to John Green, and everything in between. Even books by imaginary authors, like Richard Castle...More