With a literary history spanning well over 1000 years, the list of world-famous novelists, poets, and playwrights who have called London home is endless. In Bloomsbury, you can’t walk more than a few steps without bumping into some marker of literary history or another. Regardless of which direction you choose to point your feet in, you’re never really more than a tube stop away from a literary London pub where a famous writer once enjoyed a few. All you need, to walk in the footsteps of Dickens, Woolf, and Wilde is a London literary pubs guides. These are the ten literary London pubs you can’t miss; the ones which will have you drinking in the same pubs that your favorite authors once called their locals, and imagining said writers scribbling away at the bar or chatting with the regulars. Who can say if their discussions were the height of sophistication or it was all nonsense; either way it’s best imagined in those very pubs, with a drink in your hand.