Best bars in Prague » Traditional Cafés:
Traditional cafés in Prague are ornate grand establishments. Take a take a break from the sightseeing to enjoy a hot drink and a delicious cake in a delightful setting.
|Address: Old Town Square 22, Old Town, Prague 1|
Elegant Café Mozart in Prague is in a prime location overlooking the Old Town Square. During the day, choose from a delightful selection of cakes and coffee. During the evening, Café Mozart hosts 'Dinner & Mozart' and 'Dinner & Jazz' nights, which combine a live concert with a delicious meal.
|Address: Narodni trida 20, New Town, Prague 1|
Café Louvre in Prague is a Parisian style café and billiard hall dating from 1902. This 'crowning jewel of Prague café culture' is a pleasant place to while away a few hours, with a coffee and cake, or over a game of billiards with a cold beer. In its early years Café Louvre attracted such well-known visitors as Karel Capek, Franz Kafka and Albert Einstein.
|Address: Smetanovo nabrezi 2, New Town, Prague 1|
Café Slavia is a traditional grand Art Deco style café located by the river in Prague, next to the National Theatre. It has huge plate glass windows along two sides, through which visitors can watch trams rattling by and gaze across the river to Prague Castle. The hot chocolate is made from melted chocolate and cakes are delicate, smooth and beautifully presented.
|Address: Republic Square 5, Old Town, Prague 1|
Municipal House in Prague is one of the finest Art Nouveau buildings in Europe. Inside is a magnificent complex of rooms, including the largest concert hall in Prague, fine restaurants, an American cocktail bar, an elegant traditional café and exhibition rooms.
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