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In search for a quick caffeine take? Visit these café bars in Croatia and become an active promoter of local coffee culture.  Learn why local residents are so in love with the black nectar and consider spending some time in these fancy spaces.

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How about enjoying a sip of coffee in one of the world’s most prestigious café bars? Elliscafe has always been a spot that took its mission seriously, its owner Nik Orosi being praised among Europe’s most talented baristas. The small bar can be found in Zagreb’s Ilica Street 63, in close vicinity of Britanski trg Square. Included in influential guidebook ‘Where to Drink Coffee’, Elliscafe shouldn’t be missed during your Croatian visit.

Rooftop Bar Eol

The surface of a large roof has been transformed into a café terrace with a gorgeous view of Omis Town. In a matter of years, Eol became one of the most recognizable places in Dalmatia, gaining even more renown with each new tourist season. Once the sun descends, the attractive coffee spot turns into a prime nightclub that often hosts influential musicians. Find it in Omis, on address Ulica Fosal 2.

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Pero Colorbar

Part café bar, part modern hair dressing saloon- Pero Colorbar is the place that bonds fashion with fine taste of coffee. This stylish Zadar spot can be found on address Trg Kneza Viseslava 6G and has become the favorite spot to many female residents. Of course, ladies coming from the foreign countries are equally pleased, thanks to hairdressing talents of Petar Grdovic and boudoir-like interior of this attractive locality. It certainly deserves a mention on a list of notable café bars in Croatia.

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Flamingo Sweets & Wine Bar

People who like coffee are also keen to try wines. If being in Rijeka and having interest in these two things, Flamingo Bar is surely a place that won’t disappoint. You can find it on main promenade, on address Riva 6. The bar is imagined as a true heir to famous club scene of Kvarner Bay. It has a heated terrace, and a number of sweet delicacies on the menu to accompany the cup. Or wine glass, if you wish.

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Beach Bar Buza

Situated on the cliffs between magnificent Dubrovnik Walls and crystal-clear surface of Adriatic Sea, Buza might be one of Dubrovnik’s unofficial symbols. This tiny spot may be difficult to find, requiring you to take a small pathway near Crijevićeva Street 9 and reach the outer side of historical ramparts. But those who find this unique spot are bound to meet an astounding environment that will inspire coffee experiences for years to come.

These were just five fantastic café bars in Croatia that deserve your visit. Find many more during your stay in the country and have a vacation of your dreams.

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