MILAN — AnastasiaDate, the international dating service, has named its five favorite cities in Europe known for their amazing coffee culture.
The international dating service has revealed the best cities in eastern and southern Europe renowned for cafe culture and places to enjoy some great coffee.
Sitting in a warm café that serves delicious coffee is the best way to spend cozy hours when autumn leaves fall and colder weather arrives.
Many first dates often happen in a cozy café, and relationships can strengthen over cups of the strong brew. The ambience of a café is as important to love as the premium bean is to the brew.
To help couples have an amazing first date in eastern and southern Europe, AnastasiaDate has shared its top five cities for coffee culture.
At the very top of the list is the wonderful city of Prague, which has made coffee drinking an art form, due to historic coffee houses that deliver the finest coffee with the perfect mix of ingredients.
The cafes in Prague have beautiful decor and top-class service. Prague menus include luxury coffee and gorgeous cakes that travelers are sure to enjoy. Cafe Slavia, Muj Salek Kavy and La Boheme cafe are the most popular names among others.
Next on AnastasiaDate’s list is Dubrovnik in Croatia. It is a famous walled city with a large number of coffee shops benefiting from the largely pedestrian streets in the old town. Here people socialize over their regular fix of caffeine.
Thessaloniki in Greece is the next coffee heaven selected by AnastasiaDate because of the amazing number of quality cafes found at every turn. Visitors can find the finest Greek coffee, delicious cappuccino or divine mocha here.
AnastasiaDate’s next coffee stop is Sarajevo in Bosnia where coffee is definitely part of the culture and occupies life throughout the day, influenced by the city’s geographic position and Ottoman history. Coffee shops in Sarajevo such as Ramis Coffee and Caffe Tito have an interesting history attached to them.
AnastasiaDate’s last choice for great coffee joints is Budapest, the Hungarian capital and a place where the history of coffeehouses stretches back a long way. Coffee drinkers are sure to marvel at the opulence and ritual of coffee drinking in cafes like Central Cafe, Muvesz Cafe, and the stunning New York Cafe.