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  1. Why do we not have the cafe culture in the States? It’s so much fun to be able to sit outside and people watch, and it was definitely one of my favorite parts about our Europe trips! I actually think that our friends went to Cafe Sacher when they were in Vienna and talked about how good the Sacher Torte was!

  2. Look at all those yummy desserts! And that ceiling in that one cafe, gorgeous! I just love European culture, too bad us Americans are too busy to chill at a cafe all afternoon 😉 lol. And the ones I do see having coffee are also busy working on their laptops at the same time. Would love to make it to Vienna one day!

  3. Sounds like a perfect excuse to try out every cafe 😉 I didn’t go to any of these cafes when we were in Vienna, although I did look longingly into Sacher Cafe, due to the whole gluten situation. However I did get some sacher torte and apple strudel at special GF cafes, so maybe you need to add a “best cafe for gluten free travelers” note hahaha. This whole post has me drooling though!

  4. That apple strudel looks delicious! I would love to visit Vienna someday and spend some time at all of those cafes. Good to know about making reservations too. I would have never thought about reservations at a café and would hate to miss that strudel! #citytripping

  5. You have me wanting to return to Europe for desserts and warm drinks. I have never had a hot chocolate in the US that even compares to what you can have in Europe. And those desserts look so appealing!

  6. The Kaffeehauser in Vienna are simply the best! Last time, I visited Cafe Hawelka which was absolutely an experience. You really can’t go wrong with the coffee and cakes and Demel, though! I’ve never been to Sacher yet, but it looks so romantic with the red.

  7. I think you cannot go wrong at any of these cafes. The mix of pastries, drinks and atmosphere is as unique as it gets. While in Vienna, I ate way too many pastries but it is kind of impossible to self-contain yourself. The other thing is that everything in there is presented in such a beautiful way. You got me good memories about the city. #WanderfulWednesday

  8. I remember liking lounging in the cafes in Vienna too! Though I don’t remember liking the famous sacher torte all that much, so maybe I just haven’t tried the one on this list! I’m drooling at the thought of amaretto hot chocolate too.

  9. Vienna is wonderful, from those cafes you mention I´ve only been to Sacher (that cake…omg!!!) I´ve noted the others for my next visit!

  10. We were in Vienna for the first time in October and headed to Café Central, after hearing such good things about it. We loved the ambience and the delicious cakes. We didn’t manage to visit any more cafes during our short stay so it’s just as well we picked the best one!

  11. These look like some pretty amazing cafes in Vienna! I’ve only been to Cafe Sacher, but it definitely left a lasting impression! What a wonderful list! 😀

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