Top 10 new cocktail cities in Europe

13th April, 2011 by Marinel FitzSimons

Kraków, Poland

Kraków is the former capital of Poland, and remains the cultural capital with a stunning selection of museums, galleries and architectural treasures. The cool old Jewish quarter smacks of Montmartre in Paris, renowned for its cool ‘starving artist’ hang outs and chic little literary/artistic inspired cafés, but more and more trendy cocktail bars seem to be sprouting there, too. These are often still finding their own style, but given the creative setting and the current promising level of drinks, we’re sure this is one to watch.

Top bars:

Baroque (ul. Sw. Jana 15), Paparazzi (Mikołajska 9, 31-027), Piano Rouge (Main Market Square 46), Pauza (ul. Florianska 18/3)

2 Responses to “Top 10 new cocktail cities in Europe”

  1. Gintleman says:

    Wow… Krakow and Valencia are in the list, while Madrid isn’t.
    Really hard to understand. In Madrid you can have some of the best cocktails in Europe, and without any doubt, the best gintonics. In we strongly recommend some bars for you: De Diego, La Reina Gin Club, Pel’s Pet, O’Clock.

  2. Marinel FitzSimons says:

    We tried to compile a list of up&coming places, rather than established capitals – but thanks for the tip! Always good to have information about good bars! Thanks for your input!

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