Szewska 27, Wrocław, Poland
71 725 55 6271 725 55 62

Giselle is a cozy French Café that has brought a slice of French charm and beauty to the street of Ul Szewska. Providing all day continental breakfasts with freshly baked breads and pastries, it’s truly the first of its sorts in the area.

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Władysława Łokietka 6, Wrocław, Poland

Wrocław now has another addition to its growing list of child-friendly cafes in the shape of Piękna Helena.

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Ofiar Oświęcimskich 17, Wrocław, Poland

Lot Kury is a chilled out cafe & bar that has its charms whatever the time of day.

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plac Jana Pawła II 2, Wrocław, Poland
603 330 928603 330 928

Turkawka, a trendy coffee shop and snack-bar/take-away, has opened its doors in the Jana Pawła underpass, a place more synonymous with dodgy kebabs and booze-filled convenience stores. 

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Bolesława Drobnera 38, Wrocław, Poland

In Cafe Bema, Wrocław has a notable addition to it's burgeoning contemporary cafe scene. If you need any more evidence that our city's habits and tastes are changing, make sure you pay this place a visit.

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plac Kościuszki 12, Wrocław, Poland

Positioned diagonally from Renoma at 12 Kosciuszko Square, Kawiarnia Nalanda is a must visit destination that promotes all aspects of embracing a healthy and nourished life.

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Oławska 8, Wrocław, Poland
507 005 802507 005 802

The first Vincent café opened up on Warsaw's swanky Nowy Swiat street, with another two branches opening soon after on the back of the first café's success. Now they've opened another here in Wroclaw. 

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plac Kościuszki, Wrocław, Poland

Etno Cafe are a Wroclaw based, ecologically minded coffee company that have been selling their organic Ethiopian coffee at various markets, shops and cafes for a good few years now. Given the growth their brand has enjoyed in recent times, it comes as no surprise that they've started running a cafe themselves. 

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Więzienna 21, Wrocław, Poland
71 758 58 7071 758 58 70

When the ice cream is as good as it is in Tralalala, there's no need to use the weather as an excuse to sample the wide variety of luscious flavours on offer. 

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Kazimierza Jagiellończyka 2, Wrocław, Poland

Róża Rozpruwacz is creative workspace, shop and cafe all rolled into one.

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Wojciecha Bogusławskiego 55, Wrocław, Poland
71 725 70 0771 725 70 07

While not exactly being anything to rave about, Wytwórnia definitely adds to Bogusławskiego street's attraction and is a pleasant place in which to pass the time – no matter what hour of the day.

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powstańców sląskich 5

The main product of Bike Café is high quality coffee Mundo Novo from Spanish roasting company Dibar.

It is a sustainable brand from Spanish roasting company Dibar.  It is very aromatic and will satisfy the biggest gourmets.

Mundo Novo is prepared from 100 per cent Arabica beans. Our coffee beans come from Central America – Mexico and Nicaragua. Gently roasted coffee is giving a clear crema and will satisfy even the most discerning palates.

Coffee sold in Bike Café is produced with care for the environment. Click ECO to find out more.

Bike Café is completely environmentally friendly!


All Bike Café bikes are driven by human muscles, so they do not produce pollutions. Noisy generators and engines are foreign to us, we work in complete silence without disturbing respite over cup of coffee in a beautiful park alley. All products offered by Bike Café are eco-friendly. Paper cups and wooden stir sticks are biodegradable. Coffee beans come from plantations that take care of both the environment and local communities. It is certified with Organic Farming sign, given by European Commission.


Bike Café promotes active and healthy lifestyle, especially cycling which is alternative mean of transport. We recognize and absolutely support emerging urban cyclists community in Poland, riding on two wheels they improve their health and the urban space, which is our common good. Bike Café is actively involved into cycling life of the city, we support cyclists with our best – coffee. 

Kuźnicza 29A, Wrocław, Poland

A favourite among art circles and students alike, Kalaczakra Gallery & Coffee offers a tranquil retreat for the body, mind, and spirit.

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Powstańców Śląskich 95, Wrocław, Poland

Di Is the sister café of Dinette restaurant, and one that boasts both an extensive and attractive breakfast menu.

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Wojciecha Cybulskiego 15, Wrocław, Poland

Café Rozrusznik is also one of the few locations in the city that not only roasts its own coffee, but sells fair trade coffee, too.

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Świeradowska 51/57, Wrocław, Poland
71 328 58 5871 328 58 58

Housed inside Ferio Gaj shopping centre, Gigi is a bright and cozy albiet rather synthetic cafe.  

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Kotlarska 35/36, Wrocław, Poland
508 260 288508 260 288

If you happen to be one of those enthusiastic analogue sound buffs, a music purist, or simply a lover of old-school records, Vinyl Cafe is bound to be right up your street. 

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Rynek 56/57, Wrocław, Poland

Located in the heart of Wrocław’s Market Square, Literatka hosts a congregation of avid literature and liquor enthusiasts.

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św. Antoniego 10, Wrocław, Poland

New York influenced 'Central Cafe' is a prime example of Wroclaw's gastronomic ingenuity, and another venue that makes a mockery of those who moan about the lack of decent venues to eat in the city.

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Jedności Narodowej 68, Wrocław, Poland

Nadodrze's Panato Cafe offers a truly unique experience in Wroclaw – a place where you pay for the time you spend rather than the quantity you consume.

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Kiełbaśnicza 2, Wrocław, Poland
71 372 34 1571 372 34 15

If you are looking for a pleasant date destination, somewhere to meet up with friends for a quiet drink, or are simply seeking refuge from the cold outside, then Herbaciarnia K2 may be the place for you.

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Bema 3/1b, Wrocław, Poland

This Bema based ice cream parlour pride themselves in only using natural ingredients – a policy that definitely pays dividends when it comes to taste. The quality is top notch – arguably the best in Wroclaw. 

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św. Antoniego 8, Wrocław, Poland
71 346 15 3471 346 15 34

Bike Cafe, located on Sw. Antoniego nearby Kino Nowe Horizonty, is a part cafe – part tourist information point that would be an ideal place for newcomers to acquaint themselves with the city over a cuppa.

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Pawła Włodkowica 5, Wrocław, Poland

Located next to Wrocław’s only remaining pre-war synagogue, Mleczarnia is a quaint, back street pub that oozes charm and romanticism.

Bolesława Drobnera 26a, Wrocław, Poland
885 020 303885 020 303

The café scene in Wroclaw is booming and in Nadodrze Cafe Resto Bar, one of the latest places to prop up in the Nadodrze area, the city has another great addition.

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