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It´s raining, it´s raining, but I don´t mind the rain, I just spend my afternoon at a cosy Kaffeehaus. „Kaffee Alt Wien“ in Bäckerstraße has always been one of my most favorite traditional viennese cafés. As soon as you step in it´s like traveling back in time or finding oneself in a movie.

Cosy red velvet couches, shiny black wooden tables, the walls covered with vintage (and some new) posters, a little bit smoky and gloomy. The perfect place to spend hours and hours there!If you´re lucky to get a free table…

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„Kaffee Alt Wien“ was established in 1936 by Leopold and Josefine Hawelka on the day after their wedding. They ran the café until 1939 at which time they moved to Dorotheergasse, where they opened a new café: the famous Café Hawelka.

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