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Literature nerds rejoice! As well as being able to eat at Milan Kundera's favourite cafe, you can dine with another ghost of Prague's literary past, Franz Kafka, at Cafe Slavia (former Czech president Vaclav Havel used to frequent the Slavia in his dissident days as well). Opened in 1881, the cafe has historically been the hangout of the intellectually hip, attracting writers and their groupies, as well as dissidents and intellectuals during communist times, to its Art Deco halls.
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Great service from a nice waitress. Better go late with great atmosphere with an excellent pianist, but you will miss delicious strawberry cake. Price is affordable too.
great food, good atmosphere, across the street from narodni divadlo (national theatre), good service
took my fiance there on her first visit to prague, will likely go again
cafe slavia is a unique experience in Prague, or anywhere else in teh world. Where else could you find so much history and the drinking place of so many influential writers. Just walking in here adds ten points to your IQ