9 Best Destinations For Coffee Lovers

By Seeker Editors @seeker

However you like your buzz, these destinations are sure to sympathize and deliver. From smokey old-timey coffee houses to cutting-edge stops, these getaways rely on a healthy supply of delectable caffeine to keep moving (and so do we.) These are some of the places where we have enjoyed the tastiest cup of joe, from the original Starbucks in Seattle to the island coffee houses of Hawaii- let’s explore some of the best destinations for coffee lovers in the world.

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Best Destinations For Coffee Lovers Places

  • Vienna
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      Whether its old fashioned smokey coffee saloons or trendy cafes, Vienna has the place for you. With its own take on the coffee culture that stands out from the norm, it's no wonder Vienna attracts caffeine enthusiasts from around the world just to enjoy cozy coffee corners and hip establishments amongst one of the most romantic backdrops in the world.

  • Melbourne
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      Anyone who stops by this vibrant city will certainly remark: Melbourne is caffeine obsessed. With the most cafes per person across the entire world, it's no wonder Melbournites demand a delicious cup in the morning. We definitely recommend flying down under for an eclectic cafe scene and endless options sure to satisfy even the pickiest coffee drinker.

  • São Paulo
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      The city that never sleeps, Sao Paulo is run by a neverending stream of delectable coffee. With an uber-modern scene clashing against old cafe houses, you are going to run into some flavor and variety at this exciting destination. Cozy cups full of authentic Brazilian coffee on a sunny morning before spending the day full of exploration- what sounds better?

  • Jakarta
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      The coffee industry is booming worldwide, but there is nothing quite like the rise of local coffee houses springing up along the effervescent streets of Jakarta. A center of start-up culture and big city life, something needs to keep things moving. Indonesian coffee itself has gained recognition on an international level and is one of the top souvenirs for travelers to bring home.

  • Seattle
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      While locals might prefer the plentiful boutique breweries and hipster spots, any coffee fan must be curious about the first-ever Starbucks location at Pike Place. Seattle also houses the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room, an essential for any caffeine addict. Along with these touristy options, Seattle is full to the brim with fanciful coffeehouses and cafes- your mornings are covered.

  • Metropolitan City of Milan
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      Italian coffee lingo has taken over the world, literally, Italian-espresso machines, macchiatos, and cappuccinos are just some examples of Italian coffee that you likely order once a week. Nothing beats enjoying an espresso in Milan on a glowing afternoon in the summertime. Lining every quaint street or busy avenue visitors are sure to run into a boutique cafe with espresso-based specialties.

  • Ho Chi Minh City
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      Vietnamese Coffee is known worldwide for being some of the best, and the country itself is the top producer of Robusta in the world. A central part of the bustling daily atmosphere in Ho Chi Minh, be sure to pick up some quality beans to bring back home because nothing is like tasting it at the source.

  • İstanbul
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      Coffee in Turkey runs deep within the history and culture of the country, tracing back to Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, historically the ruler’s favorite drink. Coffee houses culture in Istanbul has long garnered attention for delectable brewing and atmosphere, the steep historical context is evident in the care and preparedness displayed by each boutique establishment. Old and new combine in wonder as modern Istanbul dwellers and tourists sample some of the tastiest coffee in the world.

  • Hawaii
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      You have probably heard of Kona coffee, but the list of delectable Hawaiian brew stretches longer than you would expect. You can be sure to find boutique cafes, established breweries, coffee tours, tastings, and festivals almost year-round in this paradise destination. With established coffee producers tracing back almost a century, and the little-known fact that Hawaii is actually the only US state to produce coffee commercially, there’s no wonder Hawaiian coffee has taken the world by storm.

  • Vienna

    Whether its old fashioned smokey coffee saloons or trendy cafes, Vienna has the place for you. With its own take on the coffee culture that stands out from the norm, it's no wonder Vienna attracts caffeine enthusiasts from around the world just to enjoy cozy coffee corners and hip establishments amongst one of the most romantic backdrops in the world.

    August 30, 2021
  • Melbourne

    Anyone who stops by this vibrant city will certainly remark: Melbourne is caffeine obsessed. With the most cafes per person across the entire world, it's no wonder Melbournites demand a delicious cup in the morning. We definitely recommend flying down under for an eclectic cafe scene and endless options sure to satisfy even the pickiest coffee drinker.

    August 30, 2021
  • São Paulo

    The city that never sleeps, Sao Paulo is run by a neverending stream of delectable coffee. With an uber-modern scene clashing against old cafe houses, you are going to run into some flavor and variety at this exciting destination. Cozy cups full of authentic Brazilian coffee on a sunny morning before spending the day full of exploration- what sounds better?

    August 30, 2021
  • Jakarta

    The coffee industry is booming worldwide, but there is nothing quite like the rise of local coffee houses springing up along the effervescent streets of Jakarta. A center of start-up culture and big city life, something needs to keep things moving. Indonesian coffee itself has gained recognition on an international level and is one of the top souvenirs for travelers to bring home.

    August 30, 2021
  • Seattle

    While locals might prefer the plentiful boutique breweries and hipster spots, any coffee fan must be curious about the first-ever Starbucks location at Pike Place. Seattle also houses the Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room, an essential for any caffeine addict. Along with these touristy options, Seattle is full to the brim with fanciful coffeehouses and cafes- your mornings are covered.

    August 30, 2021
  • Metropolitan City of Milan

    Italian coffee lingo has taken over the world, literally, Italian-espresso machines, macchiatos, and cappuccinos are just some examples of Italian coffee that you likely order once a week. Nothing beats enjoying an espresso in Milan on a glowing afternoon in the summertime. Lining every quaint street or busy avenue visitors are sure to run into a boutique cafe with espresso-based specialties.

    August 30, 2021
  • Ho Chi Minh City

    Vietnamese Coffee is known worldwide for being some of the best, and the country itself is the top producer of Robusta in the world. A central part of the bustling daily atmosphere in Ho Chi Minh, be sure to pick up some quality beans to bring back home because nothing is like tasting it at the source.

    August 30, 2021
  • İstanbul

    Coffee in Turkey runs deep within the history and culture of the country, tracing back to Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, historically the ruler’s favorite drink. Coffee houses culture in Istanbul has long garnered attention for delectable brewing and atmosphere, the steep historical context is evident in the care and preparedness displayed by each boutique establishment. Old and new combine in wonder as modern Istanbul dwellers and tourists sample some of the tastiest coffee in the world.

    August 30, 2021
  • Hawaii

    You have probably heard of Kona coffee, but the list of delectable Hawaiian brew stretches longer than you would expect. You can be sure to find boutique cafes, established breweries, coffee tours, tastings, and festivals almost year-round in this paradise destination. With established coffee producers tracing back almost a century, and the little-known fact that Hawaii is actually the only US state to produce coffee commercially, there’s no wonder Hawaiian coffee has taken the world by storm.

    August 30, 2021