Cafe Pruckel is an institution of Vienna’s coffeehouse-scene and was founded more than 100 years ago by former European Cycle-racing Champion Lurion
It’s great to go to Cafe Pruckel after a hangover and enjoy a tasty Viennese breakfast. The cafe is an institution of Vienna’s coffeehouse-scene and was founded more than 100 years ago by former European Cycle-racing Champion Lurion in the middle of the town on the Parkring. During the course of time the interior decoration was changed quite often until Professor Spalt gave the cafe back its original Art Nouveau style of the 50s. Close to the Museum of Contemporary Art (MAK). Sunny terrace for 100 people.
location: stubenring 24, 1010 vienna | how to get there: metro u3 to stubentor | opening hours: daily 8.30 am – 10 pm
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