Coffee Bars in Prague

In pre-war Prague, coffee houses were meeting place for poets, painters and politically engaged students. Sip your coffee in the same coffee houses where Kafka, Einstein and Václav Havel have gained caffeinated inspiration: Café Imperial, Café Louvre or Café Slavia.

You will find espresso, cappuccino and filtered coffee all over Prague. If you want something special ask for turecka, a strong Turkish brew with the grounds still floating in the cup when served. For a free-wi-fi, latte macchiato or toasted almond coffee experience, go to Starbucks instead.

Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre is a Prague institution and has moved with the times in style. Have a coffee here and follow in the footsteps of famous visitors like Franz Kafka, Herman Brod and Albert Einstein. Located on always busy Narodni Street almost next to the National Theater,...

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Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia is an institution in Prague and the place to be for morning coffee or afternoon tea. Be sure to order crispy apple strudel or chocolatey Sachertorte to accompany your cappuccino or Videnska kava, strong coffee topped with whipped cream. Located opposite...

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Cafe Savoy

Café Savoy in Prague is a charming Viennese-style café oozing with belle époque charm. From the first step in, you realise that Café Savoy is a special place. Its interior is an elegant mix of wood and marble, look up and notice the chandeliers and the seven-metre...

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Café McQueen

Coffee in Prague, in the number one Beer City in Europe, is that possible? There comes a time that you have had more than enough Czech beer and crave for a strong cup of coffee. Café McQueen is the place to be. Nestled in a courtyard off Narodni Street, you will find...

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Garden Coffee Shop in Franciscan Garden and Playground

The Garden Coffee Shop in the Franciscan Garden is a you can't miss spot for lovers of coffee, trees and flowers who are in Prague with children. This café is extremely kids-friendly with home-made lemonade and delicious pastry. What's more, the children sit at their...

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Cafe Louvre – Coffee since 1902

Cafe Louvre is a Prague institution and has moved with the times in style. Have a coffee here and follow in the footsteps of famous visitors like Franz Kafka, Herman Brod and Albert Einstein. Located on always busy Narodni Street almost next to the National Theater,...

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Globe Bookstore – Coffee and Books

The Globe Bookstore in Prague is not only famous for its collection of English language books but also for brunch on Saturday and Sunday and coffee any day of the week. The café is WiFi-friendly. Most days you can join one of the events from 'happy hour' to 'book...

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Arts ‘n Coffee

Arts 'n Coffee is a coffee shop in the centre of Prague, a combination of art and coffee. Surrounded by African sculptures, all for sale, you drink fragrant coffee. This is the ideal place to meet up with friends and have a nice chat without loud music blaring in your...

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Kavarna Slavia

Kavarna Slavia is an institution in Prague and the place to be for morning coffee or afternoon tea. Be sure to order crispy apple strudel or chocolatey Sachertorte to accompany your cappuccino or Videnska kava, strong coffee topped with whipped cream. Located opposite...

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Cafe Savoy

Café Savoy in Prague is a charming Viennese-style café oozing with belle époque charm. From the first step in, you realise that Café Savoy is a special place. Its interior is an elegant mix of wood and marble, look up and notice the chandeliers and the seven-metre...

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Cafe Mozart opposite the Astronomical Clock

Location, location, location, Café Mozart has it in spades! Right in the heart of Prague, opposite the Astronomical Clock. Add to this delicious breakfast dishes, fragrant coffee, ice cream and homemade pastries, all perfect reasons to climb the stairs to the first...

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Café McQueen

Coffee in Prague, in the number one Beer City in Europe, is that possible? There comes a time that you have had more than enough Czech beer and crave for a strong cup of coffee. Café McQueen is the place to be. Nestled in a courtyard off Narodni Street, you will find...

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Mama Coffee Cafe and Fair Trade Coffee

Mama Coffee Cafe in Prague is the number one meeting place for young mothers accompanied by toddlers and prams. But also for all hunters of fair trade coffee and tea. Don't be fooled by the name, Mama Coffee, this cafe is for everyone and in particular for coffee...

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Cafe Municipal House in Art Nouveau Interior

Kavarna Obecni Dum, Café of the Municipal House, in Prague offers fragrant coffee in sparkling art-nouveau environment. In summer, umbrella-shaded tables spill out on to the pavement but if you want to marvel at the Art Nouveau interior decorations, you'd better sit...

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Cafe Fantova – Coffee Day and Art Nouveau

Kavarna Fantova – Coffee Day is a special café for special for two reasons: it is the art nouveau gem of Prague Central Station and it serves fragrant, strong and tasty coffee from India. Art Nouveau enthusiasts cannot leave Prague without having seen the train...

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