Happy Saturday my lovelies!
As you may know, I visited Prague, the beautiful capital of the Czech Republic, some weeks ago and I still can’t stop thinking about that magical trip.
Today I want to tell you guys my 3 must visit Cafés in Prague. Ok, on the first sight, you might think I’ve been in France, because of all the French names. But no, I was definitely in Prague. Believe me! ;)
Here we go!
1. Café de Paris
This one was my favorite for sure!
It’s not easy to find, as it is a part of the Hotel de Paris in the old town of Prague, next to the subway station of Namesti Republiky. But it’s definitely worth the effort. It’s such a cute Café and I totally loved the French interior Art Nouveau design.
I can recommend you to have some coffee and one of their delicious croissants.
2. Grand Café Orient
The second of my 3 must visit cafés in Prague is the Grand Café Orient. The refurbished traditional Café re-opened after almost 80 years, to present it´s unique cubistic interior to the people. It is pretty easy to find, as it´s located in the house of the Black Madonna, directly in the old town of Prague.
We visited this lovely Café just before our departure from Prague, so we decided to drink some Prosecco there. I can only recommend you to go there, and enjoy the special atmosphere for yourself. It´s like a journey back in time. ;)
3. Café St. Tropez
Last, but not least, another very special Café on my “must visit Cafés in Prague” list.
Not very easily found, this Café hides itself in an old shopping center near the station Mustek. More a patisserie, it offers the absolutely best macarons in the city.
In fact, they offer pastry courses too, unfortunately we didn’t have enough time to do one of them. ;)
Who of you guys has been to Prague already? Would love to hear about you favorite spots in that amazing city.
Have a nice evening, sweeties! :*