This was my second visit to beautiful Prague. First time I was there just for one day. This time we were in Prague for three days and we visited all must-see tourist attractions. From the Prague Castle Hradčany (fun fact: The New Royal Palace and the gardens were renovated by Slovenian architect Jože Plečnik), the Charles Bridge, Old Town Square with the Prague astronomical clock, the Vltava River, the statue of Bedrich Smetana. Few of the highlights were also enjoyable coffee shops called cukrárna where they typically offer a wide variety of pastries, cakes, and coffee. One of the best is Kavárna Slavia where your coffee is accompanied by the live piano player and view over Vltava river. Magnificent.

But we discovered the best one accidentally while strolling around Prague. The cutest cukrárna in town, called Cukrárna Myšák. It was first to open in 1904 by a much-respected pastry chef František Myšák. At the end of the Second World War the place was closed and was reopened again a few years ago. The architecture is beautiful, space is open and bright, and the service is great. They offer “Deluxe breakfasts, classic desserts, and selective coffees” as it is written on their menu. And this is spot on! The breakfast menu is wide and delicious and desserts are like nowhere else in the world. I can’t judge coffee but Marko loved it. It’s the best way to start the day, have brunch or to enjoy afternoon dessert.

Coat by Mango
Dress by H&M
Shoes by Lasocki

Hat by Tonak
Sweater by H&M