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Cafe Nordica
Zlatnicka 10, Prague 1


Café Nordica is a travel cafe in the heart of the city and offers Scandinavian specialities as well as fresh salads, sandwiches and a hearty ‘soup of the day’ that may be washed down with three kinds of Czech beer. There’s always an exhibition of paintings or photographs to admire as well as newspapers and free wireless Internet connection, perfect if you’ve brought your lap top! More information about the Café, including sample menus may, be found at:

Adjacent to the cafe in the same building is the CoDan Agentura Tourist Office where you can obtain useful information about things to do etc. whilst you are in Prague.

Cafe Milena
Staromestske nam. 22, Prague 1

Opened and driven by the society of Franz Kafka's friends, this café is named after a friend of Franz Kafka, the translator Milena Jesenka. Milena was one of the lovers Franz Kafka never had the courage to propose to. You can read the daily papers, choose from a variety of light dishes and desserts. The prices for coffee and alcoholic beverages are fair considering the location.

Narodni1, Prague 1


This is a classic establishment that has figured prominently in Czech history. It's a Czech version of Viennese coffee culture; that is to say, intellectuals gathered here to read papers, discuss politics, plot artistic activities and drink coffee for hours. Slavia is a 'kavarna', which is the Czech word for coffeehouse. The building has huge windows that gaze out onto the Vltava River and the National Theatre.



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