The millennial generation truly knows how to have fun and enjoy traveling. You can find them all around the world exploring exotic locations, savoring different cuisines and getting in touch with foreign cultures. They’re real bar connoisseurs as well, so let’s take a look at a list of 7 bars that every millennial would like to visit.
Truth Cafe, Cape Town, South Africa
South Africa has lately become an extremely popular destination among tourists, and its port city Cape Town attracts thousands of them annually. Aside from being home to huge markets, various museums and the amazing national garden, this city boasts wonderful bars, among which the Truth Cafe is particularly loved by millennials. This cafe was acclaimed by Telegraph as being the best in the whole world. Here, you’ll have a chance to taste various coffee flavors and enjoy the authentic Cape Town atmosphere. Thanks to the friendly baristas, you’ll feel like you’re at home.
Blue Frog Lounge, Mumbai, India
Mumbai is a densely populated city located on India’s west coast. The city is world-famous for ancient temples dedicated to the Hindu god Shiva and for its Bollywood film industry. So, it’s not surprising that millennials simply adore this place. They are particularly into amazing bars among which the Blue Frog Lounge is our favorite. Its modern design by Serie Architects makes you a feel like you are traveling to the future. It’s simply amazing how the architects have successfully turned a warehouse into this wonderful complex that incorporates a restaurant, bar and live music stage.
Rocambolesc Cafe, Girona, Spain
Another must-visit destination is Girona in Spain. The city is known for its medieval architecture, which adds a fairytale touch to the atmosphere. And, if you decide to visit this place, don’t forget to visit its famous Rocambolesc Cafe, which is a well-known ice-cream parlor. Its unique design is inspired by the fantasy of Tim Burton’s movie “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”, so you’ll have a chance to immerse yourself in this imaginary world while savoring the best ice cream ever. When you see it, you’ll understand why it was awarded the “Best Bar in Europe” prize at the 2013 Restaurant and Bar Design Award Show.
Kettle Black Bar, Melbourne
Melbourne is a well-known tourist destination in Australia. It’s a home to many museums and galleries such as the National Gallery of Victoria. It’s also a perfect place for animal lovers who would enjoy a visit to the Royal Botanic Gardens and the Zoo. Additionally, it boasts many sophisticated bars including the Kettle Black. This place is famous for classy dishes, which are usually decorated with edible flowers that add a unique feel to this bar. And, since the city is well-known for its delicious coffee, thanks to the best coffee suppliers from Melbourne, don’t miss this one-of-a-kind experience and savor some of the flavors. On top of that, the Kettle Black and its friendly staff take care of the customers’ needs, making them feel welcome.
Bicycle Bar, Bucharest, Romania
Another one-of-a-kind city millennials love is Bucharest in Romania. Here, you simply must visit the Bicycle Bar, which has one of the most interesting designs we have ever seen. The bar is designed by Alina Turdean who used the parts from old Pegas bicycles to make chairs and the interior decoration, creating a vintage atmosphere which attracts the millennial generation. You cannot often see an innovative place like this one.
Electric Bar, Paris, France
Aside from being famous as the city of love, Paris is known as an extremely sophisticated place, and it’s renowned for fashionable designs. So, it’s not surprising that its bars are one of the best-designed ones in the world. We would like to single out the Electric Bar designed by Mathieu Lehanneur. Highlights of this place are black trees with branches from which lighting projectors hang. They give this place a surrealistic touch. Additionally, the bar boasts soundproof music rooms and an outdoor terrace from which you can get a panoramic view of Paris.
Logomo Café, Turku, Finland
Turku is a city on the southwest coast of Finland at the mouth of the Aura River. This seaport has a long history, which attracts millennials from all around the world. However, its cafes are what this generation particularly adore. Logomo Cafe features a black and white design. Black lines start on the floor and carry on over the furniture fusing them together. So, not only will you enjoy your coffee here, but you’ll also have a chance to witness awe-inspiring visual art, which provokes a dazzling effect.