This may be a bit fancy, but if there’s a time for that it’s Prague. And, you’ll be in good company at this place. Café Louvre, one of Prague’s top cafes, is over 100 years old and steeped in history. It has an art gallery on the first floor, a restaurant serving all manner of Czech cuisine on the second floor, waiters in waistcoats and an interior straight out of a French fantasy. All of this is set alongside a separate room filled with billiards tables if you’re still feeling competitive. Even Albert Einstein was a regular visitor to the café during his stay in Prague.