Beautiful cafés around the world

The British poet of the 20th century T. S. Eliot said characteristically that he has measured his life with coffee spoons! And it is most unlikely to do something similar, and coffee in all its forms is a daily habit for people around the world. From New York and California to Vienna, Prague and Budapest, fantastic coffe shops earn their impressions with their decoration and beyond. See below the most beautiful cafés around the world:

D’espresso, New York

Stunning design that creates the illusion of an inverted library. The secret lies in the choice of wallpaper but also in smart attitude, a fact which accounts for the great success of this cafe, across the famous espresso serving.

D'Espresso, New York
D’Espresso, New York
D'Espresso, New York
D’Espresso, New York

Le Procope, Paris

It is one of the most famous cafes in Europe, operating continuously since 1686, and famous politicians, artists and scientists are included in the list of customers for centuries. In the store there is rare artwork on walls and storefronts reminiscent more gallery than a cafe.

Le Procope, Paris
Le Procope, Paris

Cafe New York, Budapest

A meeting place for artists of the 2nd century, the cafe in the city center is a living legend for city residents, and beyond. The recent refurbishment by the designer Adam Tihany maintained all the elements of the past with an emphasis on hand decorated walls and ceilings and roofs in collectibles.

Cafe New York, Budapest
Cafe New York, Budapest
Cafe New York, Budapest
Cafe New York, Budapest

Antico Caffè Greco, Rome

In one of the most historic streets of Rome, in the city center, a small 18th century cafe gathers everyday people of art and culture, who share their experiences and enjoy the famous aromatic latte, while making a unique art history lesson.

Antico Caffè Greco, Rome
Antico Caffè Greco, Rome
Antico Caffè Greco, Rome
Antico Caffè Greco, Rome

View more about Cafes here: Eating vegetarian food in Paris | The Gentle Gourmet Café.

By Nicole P.

Cafe photos: Ronnie R, Deborah Guber, Raymond DEJONG, Henrik Berger, Project Latte, David Joseph.