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Cafés and tea houses

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The café of the Municipal House (Kavárna Obecního domu) is located right next to the Powder Gate, one of the entrance gates to the Old Town and is a perfect location for taking a break during walks around the historical city centre or just before / after a concert in the Smetana Hall. You ...

Facing the National Theater is Prague’s most famous café: a symbol of the city as a whole, of its turbulent history, its very rich intellectual life, its way of life, of thought, of expression.

In the Municipal House, architects, sculptors, painters, tile setters, stucco setters and other decorators have created a triumphant masterpiece that radiates grandiose splendor, and which became the high symbol of Art Nouveau on the Bohemian territory.

On the second floor of a building on the Národní street, the Louvre is a large complex with several rooms including a restaurant, a billiard room, a terrace, a café inspired by the Belle époque, as well as cozy lounges to sit in while enjoying some sweet pastry or a warm meal, reading the newspapers ...

Founded in 1911, the café Montmartre in Prague, better known among locals by the name “cabaret Montmartre”, still welcomes guests day and night in a building called U třech divých (House at the Three Savages).

This young café was founded in the late 1990’s and is one of the newest cafés in the city. In the heart of the Old Town labyrinth, very close to the Our Lady before Tyn church, to the University and to numerous cultural sites, it attracts mainly a clientele of young students, artists and ...

Close to Prague’s castle, the Úvoz street houses a café that exudes bohemian spirit: U Zavěšenýho Kafe (the hanging coffee) is a place to remember. It is specific for its concept, already adopted by numerous Prague inhabitants and fans from all over the world.

The café Kafíčko is a very inconspicuous but wonderful little place mere steps from Charles Bridge, in the delightful Baroque district of Malá Strana. It is concealed in a picturesque street, out of the way of tourist crowds.

This modern café, entirely set up in the “Brussels style”, lies in the Vinohrady district, very close to the National Museum. When you step in, you will feel as if you had taken a trip in time back to the ever optimist and colorful sweet sixties…

The Prague premises of this Czech tea house chain are located right in the heart of Prague’s most famous avenue, the Wenceslas square. Find the shop sign (a tea cup on a tealeaf) and let the Zen spirit invade your mind…