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The Best Cafes in Belgrade

The Best Cafes in Belgrade

Belgrade is one of our favorite destinations in the Balkans, a city with charm and style, and something surprising around every corner. Whether you’re digging into Belgrade’s volatile past or just relaxing and enjoying the slightly dusty grandeur of its bohemian neighborhoods, Belgrade is a place where you can enjoy a truly unique (and very affordable) vacation. No

Kittens & Cappuccino: Central Europe’s Cat Cafes

Kittens & Cappuccino: Central Europe’s Cat Cafes

One of the most intriguing destinations for European travel, Central Europe is very inviting for tourists looking for a combination of gorgeous cities, pristine nature, and delicious regional cuisine. But cities as far-flung as Vienna, Budapest and Tallinn are specifically inviting for cat lovers, as the phenomenon of cat cafes becomes increasingly popular. These are comfy places with live-in

Three Berlin Neighborhood Cafes

Three Berlin Neighborhood Cafes

Berlin is a huge sprawling city and it is best explored by neighborhood. Every one of the districts offer something interesting to discover. But all that walking (or U-bahn riding) can get tiring and Berlin is a city which doesn’t let you slow down. Here are three recommendations for a little coffee and cake jolt

Vienna’s Designer Dining Spots

Vienna’s Designer Dining Spots

Don’t just eat while in Vienna, dine! And dine in style. The Austrian capital is known for its architecture and design, but don’t simply take a picture of it during the day – feast (or have a cake and coffee break) in one of these truly ‘designer’ eateries. Loos American Bar Adolf Loos is one

A Guide to Prague’s Café Society

A Guide to Prague’s Café Society

Prague’s got it all when it comes to cafés, from the Grandes Dames elaborate places to Starbucks and everything in between. There used to be a time when it was a Herculean task to get a decent cup of coffee in Prague, thankfully those days have passed, but there are still some dubious mugs of

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