Kraków is infamous for its cafe culture which easily rivals that of celebrated capitals like Paris and Vienna, perhaps even outmatching them pound for pound. In fact, it was a famous Pole - Jerzy Kulczycki - who opened the first coffeehouse in Vienna. Kraków's Kazimierz district is particularly known for its atmospheric cafes, filled with candlelight, antiques and Old World mystique. Most Cracovian cafes also serve alcohol and the line between cafe and bar can be a blurry one indeed. The venues we've listed here tend to favour coffee and cakes over beer and booze and when most cafe/bar establishments are turning up the music for their 'till last guest' clientele, these are more often closing their doors.