Oldest Coffee Houses In The World

Established in 1720, Caffè Florian is the oldest coffee house in continuous operation in the world.

Caffè Florian in Venice, Italy

Founded in 1686, Cafe Procope is one of the oldest coffee houses in the world, and was a popular spot for intellectuals and artists during the Enlightenment.

Cafe Procope in Paris, France

Opened in 1876, Cafe Central was a popular meeting place for artists and intellectuals, including Sigmund Freud and Leon Trotsky.

Cafe Central in Vienna, Austria

Founded in 1760, Cafe Greco was a popular spot for writers and artists, including Keats and Shelley.

Cafe Greco in Rome, Italy

Established in 1858, Cafe Gerbeaud is known for its pastries and elegant interior.

Cafe Gerbeaud in Budapest, Hungary

Founded in 1858, Cafe Tortoni is one of the oldest coffee houses in the world, and has been a gathering place for artists and writers.

Cafe Tortoni in Buenos Aires, Argentina

Opened in 1873, Cafe Landtmann has been visited by many famous personalities, including Sigmund Freud and Marlene Dietrich.

Cafe Landtmann in Vienna, Austria 

Founded in 1860, Cafe Gambrinus has been frequented by famous writers, artists and musicians over the years.

Cafe Gambrinus in Naples, Italy

Founded in 1887, Cafe de Flore has been a popular spot for writers, artists and intellectuals, including Ernest Hemingway and Pablo Picasso.

Cafe de Flore in Paris, France