Pinsteps. Cafe mozart
Places to visit in Vienna. Languages: ru, he, en

Cafe Mozart is one of the most ancient Viennese cafes. It opened in 1794 and then, only three years after the death of the great composer, it was not called that yet. But even then it was going to "Bohemia". Good traditions and the "correct" menu were created in 1929 in this place a cafe with a modern name. The most popular cafe gained in the late XIX century, when it became a meeting place for writers, musicians and actors. After World War II, when the center of Vienna for 10 years from 1945 to 1955 turned into a zone of joint occupation of the USSR, the USA, England and France, the famous British journalist and writer Graham Green worked in a cafe. Here he wrote the screenplay for the film "The Third Man", and the cafe appears in the episode of the picture. So, with Green's easy feed, Vienna became a recognizable symbol of various intelligence services of the world during the Cold War. Green himself was a resident of British intelligence since 1940 and was a close friend of Kim Philby, a double agent in Britain and the USSR. Philby died in Moscow and was buried in the Kuntsevo Cemetery. Today, Mozart Cafe serves Graeme Green’s “real” breakfast. It is possible and breakfast scout, but I advise you to do 3 things in a cafe: taste Viennese coffee, sit on a Viennese chair, and look through a Viennese newspaper. Translated with Google Translate


Pictures uploaded by @Elizaveta Polotskaya
Discover routes near this place here!
Elizaveta Polotskaya (author)
Map
Routes
List of routes including this place
Elizaveta Polotskaya
From Cafe Mozart to the Hungarian House of the Blood Countess. My trip in Vienna of Sep 25, 2018.

A short walk through the imperial Vienna. The Opera, the Royal Park, the palace of the Augsburg dynasty and the sinister history of the bloody countess Translated with Google Translate

Don't waste time for planning
Use detailed routes created by your friends and professionals.
Don't be afraid to get lost in new places!
This website uses cookies to ensure you get the best experience
OK
Share
Send
Send