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5 Cozy Spots to Warm Up in Prague

5 Cozy Spots to Warm Up in Prague

Now that January is almost over, the days are finally getting longer, but we still have a bit to go before it becomes sweater weather here in charming Prague! Although it's not the most opportune time to travel through Europe, you have the advantage of smaller crowds, budget-friendly living costs, and you get to experience a more authentic, non-touristic city. The downside is it can get quite cold and wet some days, so keeping warm is essential. Thankfully, Prague offers plenty of beautiful cafes and outdoor terraces that will warm your spirit! What better way to unwind after a free walking tour in Prague than to have a warm cup of coffee, tea, or indulge in a hot chocolate? Here are the top 5 places to keep warm in Prague!

 

Café Louvre


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Café Louvre, located on Národní street in the very centre of Prague, stands out in a big way. This massive café offers a wide range of delicious desserts, hot and cold drinks. The interior is gorgeous including a billiards room, its historical décor famous and comfortable where the large spaces are divided into smoking and non-smoking sections. We recommend indulging in their Julius Meinl coffee and a delicious cake. You won't be disappointed! And after thawing and relaxing, feel free to head downstairs for more fun at one of the most celebrated Jazz joints in town.

 

Cafe Bella Vida


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Located at the foot of Little Town (Malá Strana), Bella Vida is a charming bistro that serves as a great little nook to keep warm during cold and wet days. Their menu is structured and varied, offering not only a lovely choice of drinks but also one of the best budget brunches in the city. Their specialities include homemade lemonades, rich hot chocolates, and a large selection of teas. Bonus: If you happen to be in the city through the summer, take advantage of Bella Vida's beautiful terrace overlooking the Vltava River and Charles Bridge.

 

Letná Gardens


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Open all year long and just a short walk from Malá Strana through Letná park, these beer gardens are open all year long and attract more of a local crowd. On a sunny day, head on up to Letenské Sady for mulled wine or grog, a Czech speciality. A panoramic view of Prague really makes the walk worth it, so don't forget to grab your cameras and comfy walking shoes.

 

Grand Café Orient


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Many know this building as the House of the Black Madonna, which is featured on our free tour. It's a completely unique cubist building that is home to a beautiful café on the second floor. If you're art and coffee lover, this should certainly be on your list of time-out places.

 

Au Gourmand


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One of the coziest cafés in Prague is Au Gourmand, a bistro with a characteristic, old-school charm decorated with its original wall-to-wall tiles. Besides to-die-for French patisseries and delicious drinks, their speciality is quiche. And judging by the cute display of Au Gourmand's offerings, everything looks simply amazing and fresh.

Stay warm, folks! What are your favourite warm and cozy spots in Prague?