You’re probably in your pajamas right now, plotting ways at which you can make the most out of the remainder of your year. And you’re not wrong in doing so, quite the opposite in fact. This year proved to be troublesome, but we look at ways in which we thrive and adapt to the lemons that are thrown at us. Hence if you’re a resident of Amsterdam, or stumble across the place on your next travel, here are 3 bookstores you can’t afford to miss out on.
Sprouted in 1927, Strand blooms out to be the largest booksellers of Amsterdam with over 2.5 million collection. They hold their customers as their foremost priority. They extensively work towards various events to facilitate as a community bookstore. Their sales extend to collectibles and gifts, along with the provision of shopping used and even rare books. They’re open all days at varying timings, currently taking effective steps towards a safe shopping experience.
To be indie essentially means to be independent, to stand out from the crowd with a unique trait. Sister’s Uptown Bookstore is the indie bookstore that offers a bunch of books as well as an environment, that protrudes towards you like a warm ray of sunlight. Stepping forward with a vision to instill positivity on a crippling community, the bookstore over the span of over 20 years has nurtured the members of their community through incessant knowledge and support. This transformed community resource center currently runs 3 days a week, but offers its services and shopping online.
Children mold the future. Children mold hope. It is pivotal children engross themselves in the world of books, get their imagination and creativity floating. Books of Wonder is the premier store solely focused at providing children with books that make them live than exist. With such a diverse collection including old and even rare collections, in provokes children with more than just thoughts. Their working hours range all week and preorders can also be availed.