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Finding Internet Cafes

Internet cafes help you catch up on email and let you use the Web while travelling. Below are links to sites that we think offer good information on finding cybercafes worldwide. If you’ve found a site that you think should be included here, please contact BootsnAll with the URL and a short description of why it’s helpful.

If you don’t have a web-based email account yet (an essential for keeping in touch), click here to check out some options.

Cyber Captive
Awesome database of over 4700 verified internet access points in 144 countries.
Publisher of a paper guide as well, but here’s their online listings.

Curious Cat Cybercafe Guide
Far from comprehensive, but easily searchable list.

Cybercafe Guide
Another list of cafes with a translation feature.
Guide to cyber cafes worldwide. They have over 3500 in 141 countries.

They’re all over Europe, and the new, 800-terminal location in New York City is the world’s largest cybercafe. Dirt-cheap, and open 24/7.
All the info you need if you’re travelling with a laptop or notebook computer.

They promise access anywhere and with 5000 access points in 150 countries, you should be able to get online.