Today, I thought I’d focus on other literary sites:
How about sitting on one of the 18 book benches in Istanbul representing the work of Turkish writers (https://ebookfriendly.com/book-benches-istanbul-pictures/)?
London also has book benches which feature stories linked to the city: https://www.buzzfeed.com/danieldalton/bookbenches?utm_term=.xjK8RpOQBB#.rn8r2wLOkk.
How about making a wish at the Book Fountain (Fontana dei Libri) in Rome (http://www.artsinrome.com/fountain-books-rome/)?
How about admiring the book sculpture (Homenatge al Llibre) in Barcelona (http://www.waymarking.com/waymarks/WMQFGV_Homenatge_Al_Llibre_Barcelona_Spain)?
Check out this site for other bookish sculptures: http://www.readitforward.com/gallery/the-coolest-book-themed-sculptures/.
Of course, if you are interested in art, visits to cities such as London (http://londonist.com/2014/08/londons-best-literary-statues) or Edinburgh (http://www.cityofliterature.com/the-literary-city/read/edinburgh-city-literature-starter-10/10-edinburgh-literary-statues/) or New York (http://www.centralparknyc.org/things-to-see-and-do/attractions/mall-literary-walk.html), can bring you to a number of literary statues.