Top Ten Tuesday: Book Festivals I’d Love to Go to Someday

Hosted by That Artsy Reader Girl

I purposefully chose book festivals that are not set in North America for today’s post because I know so much less about them than I do the ones set on the same continent I live on. I dream of attending all of these events someday.

If you’ve been to any of these fairs or festivals, please let us know what you thought of them! Which booths should we visit first? What are the most delicious things to eat while you’re there? What other sites should we see in that city before and after the big event? I want all of the details.

ZEE Jaipur Literature Festival in Jaipur, India

Kingston Book Festival in Kingston, Jamaica, W.I.

Belize Writers’ Conference in Ambergris Caye, Belize

Open Book Festival in Cape Town, South Africa

Book World Prague in Prague, Czech Republic
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Worldcon New Zealand in Wellington, New Zealand

Jewish Book Week in London, England

Beijing International Book Fair in Beijing, China

FIL de Guadalajara in Guadalajara, Mexico

Nairobi International Book Fair in Nairobi, Kenya


  1. Those would be great places to visit even without a book festival.

  2. There’s my new travel list right there!

  3. Love that you pulled festivals globally. Awesome travel and book list!

  4. I love that you chose some worldwide bookish events! These all sound lovely and would be fun to visit!

  5. I’m from Jamaica and didn’t know there was a Kingston Book Festival! Gonna have to plan a trip around it 🙂

    • I have a friend who lives in Jamaica and goes to that festival every year. She always raves about it! I hope you love it.

  6. I had no idea there were so many different book festivals around the world. So cool!

    Happy TTT!


  7. I hope you get to visit a few of these, they sound great!

  8. I appreciate your list, I searched high and low for more book events around the world and hardly any came up,

    The Jaipur Literature Festival caught my eye. I added it to my list of must-see festivals, too.

    • I had the same trouble. Glad you enjoyed my post this week, and I hope you get to visit the jaipur Literature Festival someday.

  9. I’d love to go to all of these haha but Prague and books would be so amazing.

  10. Great list! I feel so sorry for New Zealand having to move everything online for Worldcon this year, I bet it would have been amazing.

    • Agreed. I suspect all of the other book festivals will have the do the same thing until we have a cure for Covid-19. May that happen soon!

  11. book events in New Zealand, Mexico and Jamaica sounds much interesting to me

  12. Yours must be the most international list today! I’d go to ANY of these! Good work!

  13. Ooh some excellent places to visit! Great choices – most I did not know about before now

  14. I just like to go to New Zealand one day – book festival or not. 🙂

    Lauren @ Always Me

  15. Wow! You’re traveling the world with all these places and events! I love it!

  16. Ooooh, you’re doing the grand world tour. Sounds fantastic. I usually do that with my books but this is even better.

    Thanks for visiting my TTT earlier.

  17. I really didn’t know there were so many book festivals out there until this event. I would love to travel to the ones on your list.

  18. verushka says

    I haven’t been to any of these, but I am loving in this list — I would love to go to any of these — and what a fun, creative and diverse list!!

  19. Love learning of all these international festivals. If we can ever travel again….

  20. It would be so awesome to just travel the world and visit a bunch of book fairs/festivals! What a fabulous list.

  21. Your list would make the perfect world trip! Such wonderful places. <3

  22. Hopefully if you ever go, you’ll be able to see more than just the book festival!

  23. These are all new to me but they all sound great, especially the Jewish Book Week in London. Hope you’ll get to attend these some day. 🙂

  24. I love how you went all over the world for your picks!! These all sound great and if you did them all you could probably also make a travel blog to tell us about all of your adventures!

    • Thank you very much. I wanted to include everyone. And a travel blog would be such a fun idea after we have a vaccine for Covid-19.

  25. You have some great places on your list! I’d love to see New Zealand and so many places in ten world, alas, this pandemic. I’d love to see the book selections of ther parts of the world as well.

  26. I haven’t heard of any of these festivals but they’re all in interesting locations so I would love to go! ?

  27. So many wonderful countries to visit!

  28. These all sound amazing!

  29. I love that you chose festivals outside the US! These sound like so much fun, and I’d love to travel to all these places. I think I’d definitely like to visit the book festival in Cape Town!

  30. OOhh, I am intrigued! There are so many I didn’t know about until today. (Or this week. Both. You know what I mean, haha.) I hope someday you get to attend a few of these and you enjoy them!

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