Cafe Sacher

Freya Godfrey
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Eat & Drink-Cafe

After exploring Schloss Belvedere, you may well be in need of a drink and a snack. Vienna is famous for its cafe culture, which in this city describes a tradition of cafes where waiters dress in tuxedos and people spend hours whiling away the time over a newspaper and a cup of coffee. One of the most famous places to experience this culture is at the Cafe Sacher, which is also said to be the home of the city’s renowned Sachertorte: layers of chocolate cake sandwiched with apricot jam and finished with a generous chocolate glaze. If you don’t manage to get to Cafe Sacher, try Cafe Demel, which also claims to be the originator of the traditional cake, or any coffee house with smartly dressed waiting staff. Image credit: Stefanie Laubscher from Pixabay
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