Are you a coffee addict with a penchant for travel? Then you've come to the right place! From one-of-a-kind coffee academy in Brazil and elegant Italian coffee bars to Colombia's innovative coffee themed-park, here are some of the most fascinating holiday destinations that need to be on your bucket list:

Vienna, Austria
Austria's capital is as renowned for its coffeehouse culture as it is for its historic monuments. From traditional coffee houses like Café Schwarzenberg, which was established in the 19th century, to progressive, third wave cafés such as Fürth Kaffee, Vienna offers something for every coffee connoisseur. The most popular vintage Viennese coffee shops include Café Central and Café Prückel, Sassmünd Kaffeebar, Zweitbester and Waldemar.

Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam
Coffee was introduced to Vietnam by French colonialists in the 19th century. According to Topdeck Travel, Vietnamese-style coffee often includes added ingredients like egg yolk and yogurt to make the beverage more flavorful. Shin Coffee in old Saigon is one of the best places to sample Vietnamese specialty coffee. For an ideal vacay in Vietnam, plan your trip between January and March.

Milan, Italy
Among Italy’s famous culinary contributions are some of the finest coffee beverages including espresso, cappuccino, macchiato and caffè d’orzo. Some of the most notable cafés in Milan are Orsonero, Marchesi, Taglio, Caffé Napoli, Moleskine Café, Bancos or coffee bars such as Pavé, Bar Luce and Caffè Baglioni. The best time to visit Italy is in May. Or, in September and October, if you'd like to avoid high tourist footfall.

São Paulo, Brazil
Brazil has been the world's largest producer of coffee for the past 150 years. Particularly known for its Arabica and Robusta coffee, the Latin American country is one of the best destinations for coffee buffs. São Paulo is home to an array of coffee shops and roasters. From traditional gems like Sofá Café, Café Floresta and The Little Coffee Shop to contemporary cafés like Beluga and Octavio. Summer and spring is the best time for a Brazilian getaway.

Istanbul, Turkey
Strong, sweet and black as night, that's Turkish coffee for you. For an authentic Turkish coffee experience, check out Pierre Loti Café and Fazil Bey's Turkish Coffee House. If you'd like to explore more trendy establishments, visit The House Café, Java Studio Istanbul and Midpoint Café. The best time to visit Istanbul is between September and early November.

Jakarta, Indonesia
Coffee is an integral part of the Indonesian lifestyle. The South-Asian country is known for its exceptional coffee varieties, including Java, Sumatran, Toraja and Gayo coffee. More adventurous coffee aficionados might also want to try its Kopi Luwak or civet coffee which also happens to be the most expensive coffee in the world. If you're planning a trip to Jakarta, the best time to go is from July to October.