The doors of the Café Louvre first opened in 1902 and it is rightly called the crowning jewel of Prague's Cafes. It was frequented by Franz Kafka and Albert Einsten. The husband actually asked the staff, which table Kakfa would sit on and the staff courteously pointed at a particular table too. Now who would bell the cat and tell the poor guy that this place has been renovated since and is not the same as it was in Kafka's time! The cafe shut down in 1948, during the Communist regime as it was considered too decadent and then was restored and reopened in 1992. Built in the Art Nouveau style, Cafe Louvre has the prettiest interiors which take you back in time.