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Friday, April 14, 2006

Prague Cafes

... any favorite cafes in Prague?

6 Comments:

Anonymous Andrea said...

Hi to all of you who are in Prague now or plan to come to Prague!

I recommend you to visit Café Louvre in the centre of Prague: Café Louvre, Narodni 20, Prague 1. Tel.n.:+420 224 930 949, www.cafelouvre.cz.

From my point of view, cafés are a typical part of Prague and one of its symbols. This one, est. in 1902 was a fave place of Einstein, Kafka and many others.

Particulary, I recommend this place for a breakfast (big choice!) or afternoon coffee or hot chocolate (the best in town!) with one of the desserts!

Enjoy your stay in our city, with my best regards, Andrea :) (Sarka´s team)

Friday, 14 April, 2006  
Blogger mimi glaes said...

Recommend Grand Cafe Praha across from the Astronomical Clock (inside, and upstairs). Prices are higher upstairs, but the view of the clock is unobstructed. And the Viennese Coffee is suberb!

Saturday, 15 April, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hello! This is from Jana, one of Sarka´s guides:-)

I´m a big coffee fan and I´d like to share and recommend my favourite places:

CAFE FAUX PAS - very nice cafe in off the beaten track area, even though it´s only few minutes walking from the National Museum (at the top of the Wenceslas Square); they have greet coffee here (Italian brand Illy - my favourite:-)), sandwiches, salads and especially many kinds of delicious pancaces (both sweet and salty). Only local people, non-smoking area, tables outside as well. Vinohradska street where it is situated is one of the longest streets in Prague!:-)


RESTAURANT ZTRATY&NALEZY (meaning LOST&FOUND) - only accross the street from Cafe Faux Pas, also situated on Vinohradska street. Excellent food, very reasonable prices (10 USD for a nice meal), pleasant atmosphere, non-touristy.

On the way to either Cafe Faux Pas or Restaurant Ztraty&nalezy you will pass the building of the CZECH BROADCASTING CORPORATION (CESKY ROZHLAS), in front of which the most violent clashes and encounters between the Czech people and soldiers of the Soviet Army did take place during the Soviet occupation of Czechoslovakia in August 1968. People of Prague gathered in front of the building only few hours after the tanks crossed the Czechoslovak boarders to demonstrate their resistance here... Several people died ...

This is supposed to be an invitation to some of my favourite place and I actually just wanted to say, that there´s still a lot of history on the way:-)

Enjoy Prague! All the best, Jana

Saturday, 15 April, 2006  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would like to recommend you art cafés in the centre of Prague. First is in the Municipal House - very beautiful café furnished in the Art Nouveau style (they have wonderful cakes!). The other is just few steps from the Municipal House in the street Celetná. It is situated in the cubist house called At the Black Madonna where you can admire the unique Cubist style. I found great idea that you can discover and probably a little bit learn about art styles while sitting and drinking coffee!
Barbora Liskova (Sarka´s guide)

Tuesday, 02 May, 2006  
Anonymous Marketa said...

we have discovered a great cafe Louvre - Gallery

Friday, 04 August, 2006  
Anonymous Stephan said...

We stayed in the Hotel Atlantic... (It was fine for our needs - bed and a shower.)

ANYWAY, the Cafe DINITZ across the street from the Hotel Atlantic is AWESOME... Live music each night and they seldom charge a cover. Sure the Beers are $69 Kr, but the swing, Blues, and Jazz they have there is TOP NOTCH.

Just to the East of Namesti Republicky on Na Porici...

Wednesday, 06 February, 2008  

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