Visit Juliet’s balcony in Verona. Take a nature walk in the Lake District where the English Romantic poets escaped from city life to write their idylls and odes. Step inside the quaint childhood house of Shakespeare in Stratford-upon-Avon, or the apartment where Dostoevsky died in Saint Petersburg in 1881. Sip whiskey in the cafés of Saint-Germain-des-Prés where Hemingway and F. Scott Fitzgerald wrote (and drank) their time away in Paris; or a Campari in the New York Hotel where Dorothy Parker made this bitter drink fashionable. LiteraryToursWorldwide.com takes lovers of books and literature around the world to relive in their minds and hearts the great stories and lives of their favorite authors, poets, and their characters. From the literature of antiquity in Greece and the East to European tours covering every age from Roman times to the 21st Century, authors from Virgil to Kafka; and in the Americas, from Poe and Dickinson, to modern favorites.