10 Amazing places around the world to drink coffee
Filter or cappuccino? espresso or latte? It's not important how you drink your coffee. What matters is where you drink it. From a café in Lisbon to the middle of the Cambodian jungle, we have picked 10 of the best spots which every coffee lover love.
When you make a visit to a Viennese coffee house (Kaffehaus) It is more than a caffeine fix, It’s more about the experience. The cafe is an integral part of a society where you can read a newspaper, a book, chat, listen to music and have a good time. Vietnam has many institutions such as Café Sacher, which serves its irresistible Sachertorte and Art Nouveau Café Sperl, which have been welcoming visitors for more than a hundred years.
Budapest’s Central Market Hall is a foodie’s paradise. Located in a grand gothic building, this is a perfect place to enrich your taste bud. The ground floor sells from everything from fruit and vegetables to spices and salami. Head to the first floor, you can enjoy a rich and restorative coffee.
Cafe Van Gogh on the Place du Forum is the place to channel your inner artist. Van Gogh famously painted this quintessential French cafe in 1888 during his stay in Aries. It’s the perfect spot to have a sip of coffee and enjoying the atmosphere.
Siem Reap has grown into a resort centre of the hip hotel. This town boasts more than one cafe, where you enjoy a cup of coffee. Here in the heart of the Cambodian jungle, you can enjoy your cup of coffee with the best of both worlds.
THE AQUAVIT TERRACE
This fabulous alfresco space gives you a front-row seat to Europe’s stunning riverside towns, cities and scenery. You can help yourself to a cup of coffee enjoying the view and scenery.
Berlin is the city, you would expect to be vibrant with great cafes and coffees, and it certainly won’t disappoint you. Berlin offers you famous coffees such as The Barn and Double Eye ranking among the favourite haunts. You can enjoy the best coffee
There are a few cafes and restaurants in Moscow’s ornate GUM department. It tastes even better if you find a seat outside on Red Square. In front of you is the Kremlin, St. Basil’s Cathedral is to your left and the State Historical Museum to your right. You can have a sip of the coffee with a toast to history.
Paris won’t disappoint you. You can sit and sit in a Parisian Cafe which is one of the many simple pleasures in this glorious city.
Portugal has long enjoyed the best coffee beans and baristas. It has pastel-colored houses and white-domed cathedrals which is the perfect accompaniment to a cup of rich coffee. You should definitely stop at the one in the cafe, you won’t regret it.
If you want to take a break from coffee, China is the best place to head into. Tea is the very heart of Chinese culture. You can join a traditional Chinese tea ceremony on board your ship, which represents an important ritual of healing and spirituality that has been handed down for centuries.
This is a place you can’t afford to miss, which is one of its kind. This place offers customer brewed coffee to enrich your taste buds. It also helps you to discover Indian street food gastronomy with a twist of fusion in the convenience of a curated experience which current cafes and restaurants are limited to deliver. The restaurant aims addresses the lack of Indian fusion food options at cafes and sufficient beverage options at restaurants.