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PRŮVODCE NEJSTARŠÍMI SVĚTOVÝMI KAVÁRNAMI The coffee, as a beverage, first appeared in Turkey in 1585, and crossed its borders when, in 1683, the Ottoman Turks invaded Vienna. There is another historical reference stating that it was in Venice that it began to be sold commercially from Anyway, it was in the 18th century that coffee houses began to appear around the city and then throughout Europe
Hungary - Budapest Café New York
The New York Palace Hotel, a Boscolo Luxury Hotel, – of which the New York Café is part - was built in eclectic style between the years 1891 and 1895.
This place, that was sacred to the artists of the early 20th century, maintains a stunning interior with gilts, ornamental lamps, ceiling paintings, mixed with contemporary furnishings.
Italy – Venice Café Florian
Located in a privileged position under the arcades of the Procuratie Nuove in Piazza San Marco, at the Caffè Florian you can still feel the Venetian tradition, while as well being the meeting point of several worlds.
Café Florian that has been a meeting point for writers and artists in the past, at present, stands out as a living museum. At its desks, sat Charles Dickens, Proust, Byron and other renowned writers.
Austria – Vienna Café Central
Housed in a historic palace, the Café Central, like most of Viennas historical cafés, that receives a great deal of tourists visiting the city, remains a local attraction, offering live classical music in the afternoon.
At present, with a more eclectic frequency, the Central Kaffeehaus is still a place that attracts philosophers, thinkers and writers. Historically, it is said that here was where Trotsky had planned the Russian Revolution..
Czechoslovakia – Prague Café Imperial
Prague - continuation
The Café Imperial belongs to the Prague Art Deco Imperial Hotel, five stars, dated 1914, which is located in central Prague protected by UNESCO.
Many of the great Prague cafes have disappeared after the Second World War, while other survived and were restored to its former glory – as Café Imperial.
The Café Imperial has chairs in bright mahogany finely worked, with seats upholstered in pale yellow leather; the waiters invariably wear an immaculate white shirt.
The Café Imperial is still the largest of these examples, and is known as a jewel of Art Deco
France - Paris Café de La Paix
Café de La Paix is located at the Opera square, at angle to the Boulevard des Capucines. It was designed by the same architect that created the Paris Opera - Charles Garnier.
The Café de La Paix was built in the purest Napoleon III style, in the ground floor of a luxury building Haussmann, which now houses the Hotel InterContinental.
Among the famous frequenters of the Café de La Paix in the late 19th century stand out, among others, Tchaikovsky, Massenet, Zola and Maupassant.
Portugal – Porto Café Majestic
It is in the second largest city of Portugal that locates one of the finest cafés around the world, with the name of Café Majestic. Opened in 1921 under the name "Elite", the café was immediately associated with the frequency of that epochs distinguished people.
The Majestic is one of the most impressive of all the cafés in the country and one of the most attractive in the world. From its facade to the interior, Café Majestic is still a beautiful scenery for cultural events, making it more than just a tourist attraction.
Confeitaria Colombo Brazil – Rio de Janeiro
Founded in 1894, the Confeitaria Colombo
Culminating it all, on the last floor the ceiling is a skylight in colorful mosaics bathing the restaurant with natural light. Among its distinguished visitors, detach King Albert of Belgium in l920, and Queen Elizabeth of England in l968. Besides Olavo Bilac, were also regulars at Colombo : Jose do Patrocinio, Oscar Lopez, Luis Murat, Placido Jr., Pedro Rabelo, Manoel Carlos, Father Severiano and Lima Barreto. From the round of presidents of the Republic stand out Getulio Vargas and Juscelino Kubitschek.
Italy – Naples Café Gambrinus
Founded in 1860, Café Gambrinus was soon recognized by Royal Decree as "Supplier of the Royal House."
The Gambrinus is legendary not only for being the oldest café in the city, but because since it opened in mid-19th century has welcomed royalty, celebrities and artists attracted by its beautiful interior. Throughout its history, it received personalities from all countries and loyal customers such as Gabriele D'Annunzio, who in a coffee table, wrote the poem "The Vucchella" later set to music by FP Tosti, and recorded by Caruso in 1919; Ernest Hemingway; Oscar Wilde; Guy de Maupassant; Jean Paul Sartre, That all marked their presence through a poem, a dedication or a photo.
Argentina – Buenos Aires – Palermo Park Café Tortoni
Café Tortoni - Opened in 1858, it was moved to its present location only in 1880, but its former entrance was by Rivadavia Avenue. Since 1898 its main entrance is by the Avenue of May..
Alfonsina Storni, Arthur Rubinstein, José Ortega, were some of the personalities connected with the fame of the Café Tortoni. Today, besides a remarkable library, the house offers place to read, appreciate painting, enjoy music, dance, dine, see shows, chat, play snooker, listen poetry...
Italy – Rome Café Greco
In one of the streets of greater luxury and most famous of Rome - Via dei Condotti – since 250 years theres the Caffè Greco,
Visitors to the Caffè Greco, Stendhal, Goethe, Byron Liszt, Keats, Ibsen, Hans Christian Andersen, among many others.