Monday, 11 March 2013

Café Culture

Moving to a new country is a great way to freshen up your social life, as you’ll need to develop a new group of friends to hang out with in your new home. Cafés are a great place to meet people and different communities enjoy their coffee in really different ways. To help you find a café culture that’s perfect for you, we've detailed three of the best places in the world to find amazing cafés.

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Paris, France
Paris is home to perhaps the most famous café culture in the world, and deservedly so. We’re not sure that there’s a better way to while away an afternoon than by sipping a café au lait on the Champs Élysées. To be honest, in the summer any pavement café will do. 

Rome, Italy
Espresso, macchiato, cappuccino…the list goes on! Italy is responsible for many of the greatest innovations in the history of coffee and where better to enjoy them all than Rome. Only there can you down a quick espresso and then rush off to take in the Coliseum.

Wellington, New Zealand
Over the last few years, New Zealand has undergone a bit of a coffee revolution and its baristas have been consistently rating in the top ten at world competitions since 2002. However, New Zealand’s coffee scene is perhaps most famous for its pioneering of the flat white – a creamy textured treat that is fast  gaining popularity all over the world.

How do you like your coffee and where do you go to drink it? Let us know in the comments below.

1 comment:

  1. I would add Astana to that. It may sound an unlikely location but Cafe's are very popular here. Tea tends to be the hot drink of choice, however, with some cafe's carrying a separate tea menu.


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