Prague is known as the most beautiful city in Europe. The city not only boasts historical sights from the age of Charles IV or Rudolf II, it also exudes an unforgettable atmosphere in cafés and shops on every single corner.
If you would like to explore the city from another angle or you’re just tired of sightseeing, the easiest way to spend your time is to visit a café. And Prague has a large number of coffeehouses to choose from.
Here is a selection of some hidden cafés that are worth a visit. A tip from a local insider.
If you want to experience a really cosy atmosphere, then Coffee Room is the place for you. Here you can expect some truly excellent coffee made with fresh beans imported from reliable roasters in Berlin and Amsterdam. Can’t imagine your coffee without breakfast? Don’t worry! Coffee Room serves a delicious breakfast daily. And it won’t only be tasty but also healthy, prepared by local chefs in line with the latest health trends using superfoods. An all-day menu of desserts, homemade lemonade, teas, etc. Yummy!
EMA espresso bar
Prague is not only a romantic place full of relaxation and calm atmosphere. Prague can also be very hectic. If you would like to see a combination of the two, there is no better place than EMA espresso bar. You’ll feel it the moment you enter. Here you won’t find the usual coffeehouse concept with tables and chairs. As the name suggests, you drink your espresso quickly standing at the bar. Of course, you will still be welcomed by smiling bartenders who are willing to have a conversation with you and can help you choose the best coffee for you.
Cafefin, an outstanding café on Jiřího z Poděbrad Square only a few minutes from the historic city centre, is waiting for you. Due to its regular crowded situation, it is recommended to make a reservation in advance. Tourists are not the only guests you’ll find here. Plenty of locals also meet at Cafefin for its delicious brunches. The coffee shop specialises not only in excellent coffee, but what is important is a wide choice of fresh-made meals. Savoury dishes such as panini and fresh salads or also sweet treats such as pancakes, fruit salads, homemade yoghurts, avocado toasts, acai bowls – that’s only a brief summary of the menu at Cafefin.
The historic centre of Prague offers a huge selection of cafés. Among the most renowned is Cacao Prague, directly in the heart of historic Prague and only a few steps from Wenceslas Square, Jindrišska Tower and Charles Bridge. The café offers guests an atmosphere of design. If you’re lucky enough and the sun is shining, you can enjoy your coffee break on the terrace outside. Cacao Prague is proud of its homemade ice creams and desserts. For healthy/fit lifestyle lovers, Cacao Prague prepares a special fitness menu, which is not only delicious but also full of superfoods. If you need to satisfy your hunger with a bigger dish, you should take a look at their lunch menu.
Prague is not just a bridge and a castle. It’s not only sights and attractions. For the most part, Prague creates its atmosphere. So for its full exploration, everyone should visit a café at least once. Certainly, it won’t be the last visit…