Café Kafka – a bohemian bistro in Barcelona, Spain

With so many new ideas invading us every day it’s hard to make the difference between what’s genuine and what’s not. That’s why, in order to impress, you need to build around a piece of history, around something unique. This is Café Kafka, an intriguing bistro located in the El Born neighborhood in Barcelona Spain.Located in a small village, Café Kafka shares the authenticity of the area. There, the place is filled with old Gothic history. The bistro is a very inviting and cozy place. It features a vintage and historic look and the atmosphere inside is very pleasant and friendly.

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Café Kafka has been created by Yolanda Vilalta and Helena Jauma. They used as inspiration two old tables and have created this bohemian place around them. The café respects the history and tradition of the establishment while also bringing something new into the area. There’s something very special and inviting about this place. It resembles a cozy home. The interior design is eclectic with a mix of styles, colors and textures.

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Café Kafka features a beautiful collection of chairs, fabrics, light fixtures and accessories that contribute to the overall unique look of this cosmopolitan bistro. It has a historic look and it seems to be telling a story. The bistro offers direct views to the modernist structure of Mercat del Bornthat. It’s one of the places you need to visit while in Barcelona. It’s not impressive because it’s opulent of glamorous but because it’s so simple and yet so cozy and friendly.{found on yatzer}.