5. The house and countryside in The Four Story Mistake by Elizabeth Enright. I loved that book...and can still picture the house with the cupola on top (making the "fourth" story) and the pond where they swim under the willow tree and Rush getting stranded in the tree during storm.
6. Mars as depicted in Ray Bradbury's The Martian Chronicles. May not be accurate...but I vividly remember the stories set on the red planet.
7. The library in The Name of the Rose by Umberto Eco. And what a library! I want it!
8. Arrakis, the desert planet in Dune by Frank Herbert. The entire story is dependent upon the desert nature of the planet, the worms that live there, and the spice that is produced by the worms.
9. The New York City of the 1930s-1950s as depicted by Frances & Richard Lockridge in their various mysteries (the North series in particular). A NYC where a taxi is always waiting and you can always go round the corner to the Charles for a drink or for dinner.
10. Damiem: a planet on the outer rim of the universe; inhabited by fairy-like creatures. I haven't read this book in over twenty years (maybe thirty), but it always brings on beautiful images when I think about it.