Mon-Fri: 8.00-22.30, Fri-Sun: 9.00-22.30
CITI, JCB, D, VISA, AMEX, EC/MC
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Prague is a city of Cafés and throughout it’s
history they have played a significant role in the shaping of social thinking - political, scientific and artistic. Many an idea, and indeed many a revolution, has been conceived here over a cup of coffee, glass of beer or bottle of wine. Each café has it’s own special ‘chemistry’ resulting from a mix of location, setting, clientele. Café Savoy, with it’s 115 year pedigree, stands out as one of the most notable and best known cafés. It’s enviable location on the edge of the Little Quarter, near the river Vltava make i highly visible and easily accessible. The spectacular main space, with multiple, soaring, arched windows, is crowned by a breath-taking neo-Renaissance, painted ceiling. Perched up on the raised mezzanine level you have a bird’s eye view of the whole space as well as seeing the fabulous ceiling close-up. The menu offers both traditional snacks and main course dishes.
GPS: 50°4'51.453 N, 14°24'25.988 E
Locality: Prague 5
Tram: 6,9,12,20, 22 -Újezd
From city centre: .
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