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When Franz Landtmann opened this Viennese cafe in 1873 he was founding a coffee house institution. The quintessential Vienna period-style cafe, Café Landtmann is located just opposite the Burgtheater and serves plenty of coffee specialities as well as cakes and pastries. This place has hosted Sigmund Freud, Marlene Dietrich, Romy Schneider and Paul McCartney, among others.
- Address: Universitätsring 4, District 1, Vienna
- Email: email@example.com
- Phone: +43 1 241 00 120
- More Info: www.landtmann.at
- Opening House: Daily 7:30am–11pm
- Address: Tram: 1, D (Rathausplatz/Burgtheater)
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