The Tram Café - The Tram Café is situated in one end of Wenceslas Square in Prague and I stumbled into this place with my colleagues. Wenceslas Square is a major tourist attraction in Prague (or Praha). Daylight was fading and we were all in the mood to eat something, fast. The Trams which make up the Café are trams that were once in use within the City of Prague. Tram number 11 used to operate at the Vaclavska Square until 1974. The motor tram car number 2077 was made in 1927 in Prague and was first used within the City. Later, it was given to the Public Transport Museum. In 2000, it was brought back to Prague and was carefully renovated.
The café sells various drinks including wines, beer, soft drinks, milkshakes and hot drinks including tea, coffee, hot chocolate. It is a quaint and unique cafe, a most recommended place.
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