Czajownia - Krakow
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Tea cafes are a specific meeting place for people who are looking for another sort of social experience. Czajownia is one such place which has a unique atmosphere embracing a range of traditional tea cultures in one special place. The sign above the name of the cafe has the word for tea written in many languages, a sign of the international approach that is embraced by this café. Czajownia is only a few steps away from some of the most important sights in Krakow. From this tea café you can see the Old Synagogue and the famous Szeroka Street, two of the most important remainders of Jewish life in Krakow.
The warmly decorated interior, complete with rugs on the floor, candles, wooden oriental furniture and wicker seating are just some of the elements which add to the allure of this enchanting tea café. Sit down to tea on cushions on a slightly elevated gazebo like stage to enjoy an experience that is unmatched anywhere else in Krakow.
The selection of tea is broad with a team of experts there to advise you on the beneficial qualities you can expect from each tea type. You can choose from white, black, Rooibos, green, Oolong and Pu-erh teas to name but a few. All teas are served with great regard to detail in a range of cups of different ceramic shapes and styles aimed at creating a genuine cultural experience.
If you like the tea, you can also buy it here. For tea lovers it's also worth checking out Czarka which is located in the Old Town where you can also enjoy an enjoyable tea experience and purchase some high quality tea leaves and accessories to take home with you. For the online shopper, browse through the rich selection of teas and accessories at www.eherbata.pl
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