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Café u sv. Vojtecha
Prague
Off the beaten path, yo!

Situated on a quiet little street in the heart of Prague,close to the National Theatre and the river Vltava, Kavarna U sv. Vojtecha is a perfect place to meet up and shoot the shit without all the posturing and hipness of the prague one cafe scene. Nice waitstaff, and cheap drinks make this a key stop in an otherwise unseen part of prague.

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