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Café Central

Café Central

The Café Central - featuring high stucco-covered ceilings, glittering crystal chande-liers and a varied selection of newspapers and magazines - came into existence in 1875 and closely resembles the Viennese literary coffeehouse of the same name. With its unmistakable belle époque charm, the Central features in coffeehouse con-noisseur Adonis Malamos’ illustrated book ‘Europe’s most beautiful Cafés’, and has been added to the UNESCO Intangible Cultural Heritage list as a fine example of au-thentic Austrian coffeehouse culture.
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Café Sacher

Café Sacher

The Café Sacher presents itself in elegant tones of gold and red, following the tradi-tion of the legendary Hotel Sacher in Vienna. Both cafes have inviting outside seating areas and serve excellent food. The Sacher is particularly notable for its classic menu items – including Tafelspitz (boiled beef) and various other Viennese delicacies – that take you back to the eating pleasures of Imperial times. This is also the perfect place to indulge your sweet tooth with original Sachertorte which, nicely packaged, also makes a wonderful culinary souvenir.
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