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More Than Great Coffee

In recent years, Prague’s coffee scene has moved forward at a rapid pace and Prague is just a small step away from becoming a café superpower along the lines of London, Berlin, or New York. Why is Prague unique for its coffee?

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    Global Trends

    The impact of the third coffee wave has combined with the new young generation of professionals enthusiastically dedicated to coffee. Prepare yourself for high-quality Czech roasters, all the current trends, and a unique local coffee culture concept.

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    Friendly Prices

    The intense competition and popularity of cafés with the locals has kept prices at a reasonable level – in Prague, you can get top-notch coffee for cheaper than in any other caffeine metropolis.

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    Architecture

    Prague’s long history gives every café a unique context. Architecture, design, and art blend together in businesses both old and new. The variety of styles and the individuality of the various neighbourhoods are what makes Prague special.

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    Divine Desserts

    Czech sweets are delicious and pair well with coffee. Cafés often make their own desserts in-house, or else have them made by a local producer. Cakes, pies, cream puffs – don’t even think about leaving before you try one.

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In Prague, stylish new cafés serving expertly prepared on premium coffee sit right next to traditional cafés rich with history and charm.  Let us show you the current Prague coffee scene with all its hidden gems! Pick up your free copy at any of our information centres, order from our e-shop (you pay only for shipping & handling) or simply dowload it.

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A Cup of History

Magical spots where history, culture, and architecture come together.

  • Café Imperial

    A high-end café owned by Czech television chef Zdeněk Pohlreich, Prague’s answer to Gordon…

  • Café Lounge

    A stylish café with a somewhat patrician yet cosy atmosphere, winner of a number of awards in…

  • Café Louvre

    The Café Louvre opened in 1902, has always belonged to the first rank of Prague’s cafés. Just…

  • Café Savoy

    One of the largest and most successful café/restaurants in Prague. A busy and perpetually full…

  • Grand Café Orient

    A jewel for all fans of design and architecture. The House of the Black Madonna, designed by…

  • Kavárna Obecní dům

    One of the most beautiful cafés in Prague. If you can overlook its openly touristy focus,…

  • Kavárna Slavia

    Café Slavia is a traditional café in the historical centre of Prague that offers Czech and…

Cafés with Atmosphere

Picturesque hidden nooks, atmospheric outdoor seating in courtyards and gardens, charming cafés in trendy neighbourhoods.

  • AnonymouS Bar

    Mysterious cocktail bar hidden in the streets of the Old Town with an interior inspired by the…

  • Café Jen

    A popular neighbourhood café where locals gather over breakfast or weekend brunch. Café Jen is…

  • Café Letka

    This café near the Letenské square combines gourmet coffee with a friendly atmosphere and a…

  • Café Neustadt

    A bohemian, timeless, lively café in the courtyard of the New Town Hall. In one location you’ll…

  • Café NONA

    This treat for fans of communist-era architecture is hidden away in the Brutalist Nová Scéna…

  • Café Pavlač

    A popular Žižkov café with a fantastic outdoor seating area in the courtyard. Pavlač is always…

  • Café Sladkovský

    One of the first businesses to help kick off interest in Prague’s now-trendy Vršovice…

  • Café v lese

    "A cabaret and activist style café" where every day are held events (concerts, theatre…

  • Cathedral Cafe

    This new café, located not far from Old Town Square, offers a cosy environment for sitting and…

  • Coffee House Prague

    Run by local roaster Coffee Source, which delivers freshly roasted coffee to a number of…

  • Cukrárna Alchymista (Alchemist Patisserie)

    The site of the most beautiful backyard garden in all of Prague –…

  • Kavárna Nový Svět (New World Café)

    After visiting Prague Castle and walking around the area, this is the best possible rest stop.…

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Modern Cafés

These new ("Third-Wave") cafés are all about premium coffee and expert preparation. 

  • Alza Café

    If you find yourself in the vicinity of the Holešovice Market, make a point to stop here for…

  • Bitcoin Coffee

    This unique project combines a café and coworking space where the only method of payment is…

  • Café Jedna

    This café located inside the distinctive premises of the Trade Fair Palace is open to both…

  • Café Záhorský

    Café Záhorský is to be found on the corner where Dejvická meets Eliášova street. This…

  • Coffee Room

    A typical example of the new coffee wave in Vinohrady: a small, cosy espresso bar that blends a…

  • Double B

    A modern café which offers premium coffees of Russian origin from the eponymous roaster. At…

  • EMA espresso bar

    The most popular, the busiest, and definitely one of the best espresso bars in Prague. The café…

  • Eska

    Eska is a restaurant, bakery and café which share common space on the premises of Forum Karlín.…

  • Kafe Karlín

    A small espresso bar with choice coffees from their own roaster. This miniature standing-only…

  • Kafemat

    Neighbourhood espresso bar in the heart of Dejvice. The locals come here for a break with a cup…

  • Kavárna Pražírna

    Another café in Prague with its own micro roaster. Pražírna is unique, however, in that it…

  • La Bohème Café

    Quiet atmosphere, attentive service, and excellent coffee. Showroom and café for the well-known…

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