Are you among those who cannot imagine an everyday morning or afternoon siesta without a good cup of coffee? We understand, and have prepared a list of the Prague cafés that are really worth visiting.
Do people consider you a gourmet who chooses carefully what and where to eat, and are you equally picky about where you will drink your daily dose of coffee? Whether you long for a cosy café with modern features, or prefer to lounge in an armchair that breathes history just like its surroundings, cafés Prague have plenty to offer. Do you want to sit at a table where Franz Kafka, Albert Einstein or Antonín Dvořák used to drink? No problem. Cafés Prague can offer things that cannot be found elsewhere.
To not visit Cafe Slavia is to not exist at all. This is a place steeped in history and even today, artists and intellectuals gather here. Amongst all of them, we can mention Antonín Dvořák, Jaroslav Seifert or Václav Havel. It is located on Smetanovo nábřeží and offers a stunning view of the Prague Castle and Malá Strana.
This café was among the most important in Prague even in the past. Karel Čapek and Franz Kafka we frequent visitors. Its airy Art Nouveau interior is sure to charm you and you will enjoy returning.
Do you like luxury and like surrounding yourself with it? They visit this café. The interior boasts original decor with Art Nouveau mosaics.
If you are a real coffee lover, than you will be more interested in the flavour and type of coffee offered by Prague cafés, than the interiors. For those of you who are versed in coffee and seek the best taste, Můj šálek kávy Café has prepared a real treat. Don’t hesitate to visit.