This spot is a Viennese institution – a café that opened its doors in 1903 and has changed very little since. With gentle evening music and the quiet murmur of conversation during the day, Café Prückel is Viennese café culture at its finest. On Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays the evenings come alive with the melodic sounds of the grand piano, although it’s best to book if you’re planning on savouring this live music experience. The menu contains traditional coffee favourites, from alcohol-rich sensations to the Prückel Crème – a short mocha with cream – accompanied, naturally, by a glass of water. From a menu of sweet and savoury treats opt for the traditional apple strudel – it fits the setting perfectly. For a traditional experience with plenty of old-fashioned grandeur, Café Prückel is the place to go.