Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Zagreb

8 best (and one worst) coworking spaces in Zagreb, Croatia

Ever since it entered the EU, Croatia has become more and more popular with work-and-travel enthusiasts. The capital city, Zagreb, is small compared to other major cities, having just around 1,000,000 citizens with all provinces combined. However, the city packs everything into this small package. With English being taught in school from a young age, and quality of education being on a high level, expats should have no trouble navigating around this city and making new connections. 

If you’re planning on visiting Zagreb soon, we recommend you check out our Where to stay in Zagreb guide. You’ll learn about which areas to stay in and what you can do when you’re not busy coworking.

The new-age digital jobs are moving people out of corporate office buildings and into their personal space. More and more freelancers and remote workers are seen occupying spaces like cafes and libraries. Rental offices aware of this trend decided to adapt to this new demand. They started offering individual spaces, desks, rooms, etc. instead of entire office blocks for rent. Today, coworking spaces can be found in every corner of the world, especially in major cities like Zagreb. Here are our eight favorite (and one not so great) coworking spaces:

  1. HUB385
  2. Impact Hub Zagreb
  3. Regus HOTO
  4. Virtual Office
  5. ZICER
  6. InstantOffice
  7. BIZkoshnica
  8. (AVOID) Travel&Tech Hub
  9. (AVOID) Corner Office

Our favorite coworking space in Zagreb is HUB385

Source: HUB385

HUB385 is possibly the most well-rounded coworking space in Zagreb. It has a decent amount of desks, private offices, conference rooms, and event spaces to choose from. At its heart, the center is dedicated to learning, innovation, and sharing ideas. It hosts many community events, educational courses, and workshops for different generations and skill levels. 

The interior design is a modern workspace with splashes of color, giving it a more friendly and casual vibe. compared regular corporate offices. There are plenty of packages to choose from, but the space is rather popular, so you should look to reserve in advance. They offer a “Virtual Office” service, with perks such as:

  • A corporate address
  • Reception services
  • Brand recognition by the company
  • Discounts and bonuses to use within their workspace

This is ideal for anyone with a small company looking for a place to call home. The prices are also reasonable compared to similar spaces.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $15 (HRK 100)

Hot desk per week: $73 (HRK 500)

Hot desk per month: $183 (HRK 1,250)

Dedicated desk per month: $172 (HRK 1,175)

Dedicated desk, one year: $155 (HRK 1,057)/Month

Private office, three people, one month: $635 (HRK 4,325)

Private office, three people, one year: $572 (HRK 3,892.50)/Month

Private office, six people, one month: $1,110 (HRK 7,550)

Private office, eight people, one month: $1426 (HRK 9,700)

Private office, eight people, one year: $1,283 (HRK 8,730)/month

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday–Friday: 9 am–9 pm
    • Saturday: 9 am–4 pm
    • Sunday: closed
  • Available 24/7 to monthly members
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Here are some other awesome coworking spaces in Zagreb

Impact Hub Zagreb

Source: Impact Hub Zagreb

Impact Hub is a global brand of workspaces with stations on pretty much every corner of the globe. The Zagreb branch is part of their well-organized community, and members have access to worldwide connections. Their office spaces are our top recommendation for smaller coworking groups (6–10) people. The group package prices are unmatched. Within them, you’ll find everything a team would need: 

  • Projectors
  • Whiteboards
  • Flipcharts
  • TV screens

The office spaces are known for their “less is more” approach, with a simple interior that’s kept tidy and clean. Impact Hub Zagreb also hosts learning and entertainment events, such as workshops, debates, courses, and more. Their location in the city of Zagreb is also as good as it gets, being just outside the city center.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $11 (HRK 75)

Hot desk per week: $33 (HRK 225)

Hot desk per month: $191 (HRK 1,300)

Dedicated desk per month: $191 (HRK 1,175)

Private office, three people, one month: $367 (HRK 2,500)

Private office, four people, one month: $411–470 (HRK 2,800–3,200)

Private office, six people, one month: $500 (HRK 3,420)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday–Friday: 9 am–6 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday: closed
  • Available 24/7 to monthly members
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes (not everywhere)
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Regus HOTO

Source: Facebook Regus

Regus is another global chain, with 3000 office spaces for rent worldwide. They have two places in Zagreb. The one we will mention is known as Regus HOTO (name of the business tower) or Regus Savska (name of the street that it’s located in). The space is top-notch, professional-looking and clean. 

The interior is modern and roomy, with big windows allowing lots of natural light inside. The minimal design does not distract, although it may be too bland and corporate-looking for some people. We know young entrepreneurs and freelancers prefer a more casual, laid back office setting. The prices are also a bit high, compared to some other great spaces. Still, it’s worth checking out.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $7.35 (HRK 50)

Hot desk per week: $29 (HRK 200)

Dedicated desk per month: $132 (HRK 900)

Private office, two people, one month: $720 (HRK 4,900)

Private office, four people, one month: $1,130 (HRK 8,900)

Private office, five People, one month: $1,117 (HRK 7,600)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday–Friday: 9 am–5 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday: closed
  • Available 24/7 to monthly members
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks No
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

Virtual Office

Source: Facebook Virtual Office Croatia

Virtual Office Croatia is a company that offers everything under one roof. Whether you’re a freelancer looking for a place to work, a business looking for their new home, or an event organizer looking for a space for your corporate meeting. Among many things, the office has:

  • Hot desks
  • Dedicated desks
  • Private offices
  • Virtual office addresses
  • Mailing addresses
  • Fixed telephone service
  • Business consulting
  • Marketing solutions

The company offers plenty of packages for individual or connected working spaces. Top it off with 24/7 availability for monthly users, and you have a well-rounded space for all your work needs.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per hour: $7.35 (HRK 50)

Hot desk per day: $55 (HRK 375)

Hot desk per week: $73 (HRK 500)

Hot desk per month: $132 (HRK 900)

Hot desk, three months: $125 (HRK 855)/month

Hot desk, six months: $119 (HRK 810)/month

Hot desk, one year: $105 (HRK 720)/month

Dedicated desk per month: $220 (HRK 1,500)

Dedicated desk, three months: $216 (HRK 1,470)/month

Dedicated desk, six months: $211 (HRK 1,440)/month

Dedicated Desk, One Year: $209 (HRK 1,425)/month

Private office, three people, one month: $323 (HRK 2,200)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday–Friday: 9 am–5 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday: closed
  • Available 24/7 to monthly members
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

ZICER (Zagreb Innovation Center)

Source: Facebook ZICER

ZICER is a 7,300 square meter space dedicated to creative work. Over 100 startups, small businesses, and freelancers are situated there. At ZICER, you can meet lots of like-minded individuals and companies striving for similar goals. The place is ideal for smaller businesses and startups. 

There are plenty of mentorship programs, workshops, and community gatherings, where you can exchange information and gain new contacts. Major entrepreneurship events take place here all year round. Joining their network means your projects and work will be exposed to plenty of inside and outside opportunities. 

The only drawback is that, unlike other coworking spaces, it’s a long way from the city center. With that in mind, the prices are definitely very competitive, and there’s a huge variety of spaces to choose from.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per hour: $3.40 (HRK 23)

Hot desk per day: $13 (HRK 90)

Hot desk per week: $29 (HRK 200)

Hot desk per month: $88 (HRK 600)

Private office, four people, one month: $220 (HRK 1,500)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday–Friday: 9 am–5 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms No
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

InstantOffice

Source: Facebook InstantOffice

The InstantOffice coworking space is located on the 5th floor of the gorgeous Zagreb Tower. The space and the offer are modest, but they shouldn’t be underestimated. The interior is elegant, with wood being the primary decoration material. 

Users have access to a great kitchen and lounge area, where they can relax and socialize in between working sessions. They offer individual walk-in and dedicated desks, and daily private offices for rent. 

However, if you’re looking for an office long term, you’ll have to inquire about those. This also goes for conference and event rooms. The company also offers services such as Virtual Office spaces, Cloud servers, landline and fax numbers, etc.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per week: $57 (HRK 390)

Hot desk per month: $147 (HRK 1,000)
Dedicated desk per month: (HRK 1,250)

Private office, three people, one day: $730 (HRK 497)

Private office, five people, one day: $102 (HRK 697)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday–Friday: 8 am–5 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday: closed
  • Available 24/7 to monthly members 
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

BIZkoshnica

Source: Facebook BIZkoshnica

The clever play on words in the name of this space can be read as “Bees Hive”:

  • BIZ being short for Biznis (Business), and pronounced similar to “Bees”
  • “Kosnica” meaning “Hive” when translated

The idea behind it is sharing space, knowledge, and work between freelancers, startups, entrepreneurs, and other like-minded people. Individuals or small groups will find themselves at home in BIZkoshnica. That being said, the space is limited and functions on a first-come, first-served basis, meaning it can get full. It’s definitely not recommended for larger groups. The interior is nice and colorful, and there is a full kitchen and relax room where you can take a break. The owners do go out of their way to organize social and learning events as well. The drawbacks are a lack of ergonomic furniture and corporate-like working hours.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $16 (HRK 110)

Hot desk per month: $125 (HRK 850)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday–Friday: 9 am–5 pm
  • Saturday & Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks No
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms No
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No


Travel&Tech Hub

Source: Gacka16

The offices of Traven&Tech Hub are located in the building known as “Gacka 16”. They are mainly oriented towards travel agencies and tourism workers, however, their space is open to everybody. The people who will find the most use of their services are:

  • Travel bloggers
  • Small business owners, particularly in the field of tourism
  • Social media influencers focused on travel
  • Those looking for a short-term working space when traveling to Zagreb

The company is focused on building a tight community around their brand. They offer plenty of social and learning opportunities, such as:

  1. Workshops
  2. Mentorship programs
  3. Community barbecues
  4. Organized sports teams
  5. Community drinks

Their office space is pet-friendly and packed with cool amenities, such as a kitchen, lounge, nap room, rooftop terrace, etc.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $10 (HRK 70)

Hot desk per week: $44 (HRK 300)

Hot desk per month: $175 (HRK 1,200)

Dedicated desk per month: $175 (HRK 1,200)

Dedicated desk, three months: $167 (HRK 1,140)

Dedicated desk, six months: $160 (HRK 1,080)

Dedicated desk, one year: $140 (HRK 960)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday–Friday: 8 am–4 pm
    • Saturday & Sunday: closed
  • Available 24/7 to monthly members
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

The coworking space in Zagreb you should avoid is Corner Office

Source: Corner Office Facebook

Corner Office advertises itself as a coworking space. However, it’s really just an apartment with a setup desk and whiteboard. We could see how students working on a group project may find this place useful. It could also be used for a small, private business meeting. However, space is definitely not worth the title coworking. On top of that, we can’t find the prices listed anywhere.

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Berlin

13 best (and one worst) coworking spaces in Berlin

Berlin is the vibrant capital of Germany and the main cultural metropolis in Europe. Its industrial grit is juxtaposed with upscale glamor and its heavy recent history with youthful zest. It’s an unrivaled hotspot of artistry and innovation in Europe, with a new startup emerging every 20 minutes.

It’s no wonder that digital nomads are crazy about Berlin, as it offers the perfect measure of work and play, or rather, an excess of both. Check out this nomad’s advice on what to do in the city:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1I7xQZL6rvU

Berlin has a huge number of coworking spaces, and we’ve listed the creme de la creme among them.

Weserland is the king of coworking spaces in Berlin right now

Source: Weserland Facebook

Conveniently located in Berlin’s Neukölln district on Waserstraße, Weserland is one of the most popular coworking spaces in Berlin. You can find many lunch and after-work options in the neighborhood, as there are numerous restaurants and bars nearby.

Weserland has a Coworker Members’ Choice Award under its belt and rightfully so. As soon as you enter the space, you feel at home. Colorful paper cranes, plush cushions, plants, and daylight make for the most pleasant environment. The owners put a lot of thought in the ergonomics. You can choose from a variety of seating options, which range from sturdy benches to Bosu ball chairs. Some of these seats may look uncomfortable, but they were all carefully designed with your back in mind.

The owners will make you feel welcome in every way. They sometimes cook food for everyone, and you can use the kitchen to prepare your own food. When you need a break, you can even take a nap in their nap room or recline in a hammock.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day – €18
  • Per month – €160
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 24 hours
  • Saturday: 24 hours
  • Sunday: 24 hours
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths Yes
Coliving No

Rent24 in Karl-Liebknecht-Straße 34 is our least favorite space to cowork in Berlin

Source: Rent24

Rent24 has six coworking spaces in Berlin and more in other German cities and eight other countries. This particular hub spans several floors of a building in East Berlin. It’s our least favorite Rent24 location. It is followed closely by their Potsdamer Straße space, which displaced one of the oldest youth centers in Berlin to the great dissatisfaction of many.

This place is also our least favorite coworking space in Berlin. Although it spans a remarkable 7,700 sqm and offers a range of open-plan spaces, private offices, and more, their guests have reported numerous issues. Some of them are the following:

  • It still resembles a construction site, even though it’s been open for guests for over a year (cables hanging from the ceiling, holes in the ground, etc.)
  • It is too dark (black walls and a large poster on the building covering the windows)
  • Kitchen appliances often break down
  • It is too hot in the summer

These are only some of the complaints made by their guests. We recommend you stay away from Rent24.

Basics
Pricing
  • Memberships start from €125
  • Hot/dedicated desk per month from €300
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 6 p.m.
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths Yes
Coliving No

12 other cool coworking spaces in Berlin

Here are some other spaces to cowork in Berlin:

  1. Ahoy
  2. betahaus
  3. CoWomen
  4. Techspace
  5. KAOS
  6. Mindspace
  7. House of Clouds
  8. Thunderbolt Collective
  9. tuesday coworking
  10. b+office
  11. Enklave
  12. skalitzer33

Ahoy at Wattstraße 11

Source: Ahoy Facebook

Ahoy is a nautical-themed coworking space in a convenient location surrounded by many cafes and food places. There’s even an onsite cafe, so you don’t have to stray further. A metro station is within walking distance.

The space has a laid-back air and fosters the same community. The whites and blues that dominate Ahoy spaces go well with the relaxed atmosphere and contribute to it. You can find a variety of seating options in multiple rooms. There are private and conference rooms as well as large event spaces. Ahoy’s event managers can help you host a workshop or any other meetup there and make sure that everything goes smoothly.

This place has great options to help you fill in your breaks, such as:

  • Foosball
  • Ping pong table
  • Pool
  • Library

The price per day is 15 and per month 150.

betahaus at Rudi-Dutschke-Straße 23

Source: betahaus

There are two betahaus locations in Berlin. We’ve decided to write about this one on Rudi-Dutschke-Straße because it represents the headquarters of betahaus. This space is one of the oldest coworking spaces in Berlin. It’s in the multicultural and diverse Kreuzberg, at a well-connected location. There’s also free parking on the premises.

This is one of the most popular startup meetup locations in the city. On the ground floor, it has a cafe where you can socialize, while other floors are coworking areas. betahaus has all the rooms you might need, from open areas and event spaces to phone booths, as it spreads across 3,000 sqm.

They organize various events to help their users become successful startupers. The most notable ones are betabreakfasts with tech or entrepreneurial focus that take place on Tuesdays.

The monthly price for a hot desk is 159.

CoWomen at Am Krögel 2

Source: CoWomen Facebook

CoWomen is a gorgeous, spacious coworking hub in the center of Berlin. It’s situated in a charming old renaissance building known as Alte Münze. The central location makes it easy to reach and move from. 

If you’re a solo female traveler, this might become your home away from home. You’ll feel completely at ease at this place as it was designed by women for women. Its main purpose is to help female entrepreneurs build a strong network and teach them many useful skills.

The space is beautifully designed and has all the amenities a coworking space should feature. You can enjoy free tea and coffee while working on your thing alone or exchanging ideas with other inspiring coworkers. They organize regular workshops to help their members hone many different skills.

A day in this lovely hub costs €22, and a full month is €249.

Techspace at Lobeckstraße 36

Source: Techspace Facebook

Techspace is a network of coworking spaces in Europe. It features two locations in Berlin. We picked the one in Kreuzberg in southeast Berlin. Techspace repurposed an old industrial building and made it into a modern one filled with coworking facilities. It spans across a total of four floors.

Techspace has retained a bit of the industrial vibe of the old building but made it modern and trendy. There’s a number of offices, phone booths, and a huge event space that can place up to 100 people. If you prefer working outdoors, there are a spacious balcony and a courtyard at your disposal. You can choose from a variety of seats, from standing desks to bean bags.

You can get a dedicated desk for €429 a month.

What we don’t like about Techspace

Even though the place looks like a space shuttle, there’s no air conditioning, so you’ll want to avoid it during the summer.

KAOS at Wilhelminenhofstraße 92

Source: kaosberlin

KAOS is a coworking space truly representative of Berlin. It’s inside an industrial warehouse on the River Spree. It’s a great location if you’d like to sit by the water, and it’s also close to the center of Berlin.

This is a space best suited for creative souls, especially those in art, media, and product design. Apart from offering coworking offices, KAOS features:

  • Workshops
  • Exhibition spaces
  • Event spaces, etc. 

It also has an outdoor terrace where you can hang out with other creative people after work. 

KAOS hosts many cool events. It is especially important for Berlin’s design scene. If you’re any kind of designer, artist, or just a creative mind, we recommend you check this place out.

You can rent a hot desk for €150 per month. 

What we don’t like about KAOS

Beware that some of their furniture is not best suited for long hours spent at your laptop. You can bypass this issue by bringing a travel stand desk and working standing up.

Mindspace at Friedrichstraße 68

Source: Mindspace

Mindspace is a global co-working space provider. It has three locations in Berlin:

  1. On Friedrichstraße
  2. On Krausenstraße
  3. On Skalitzer

Our favorite one is on Friedrichstraße in the heart of Berlin. It’s minutes away from public transport. Their space on Krausenstraße is close by, so you can check them both at once and see which one you prefer.

As many Berlin-based co-working spaces, this one also features hard industrial elements, but they’re softened by cozy furniture and large murals. There are all the usual rooms: open areas, conference rooms, private offices, etc. All of their seats are ergonomic and back-friendly.

You can mingle with an international crowd of remote workers here while drinking free tea, coffee, and even beer. 

The monthly cost for a hot desk is 300.

House of Clouds at Oldenburger Straße 6

Source: House of Clouds Facebook

House of Clouds is located in Moabit, a neighborhood in the center of Berlin. There’s a lot of greenery around it as well as shops and cafes. Moabit’s main street Turmstraße, which is minutes away from this spot, offers many places where you can grab a bite.

This coworking space is much more traditional and conventional than most places on this list. If you’re old-school and prefer to work in a space with an actual office feel, this is the right one for you. You get to sit at adjustable desks and recline in comfy chairs. There’s also a lot of storage space for your stuff. 

The place is open 24/7, and the price is €15 per day and €200 per month.

Thunderbolt Collective at Paul-Lincke-Ufer 20

Source: Thunderbolt Collective Facebook

Thunderbolt Collective is another coworking space in the creative heart of Berlin—Kreuzberg. Being at such a central location, the place is easily accessible. It is surrounded by cute cobblestone streets, fancy cafes, art galleries, and more.

As Germans love repurposing old industrial buildings, this space occupies a former electrical substation. That is why it features an unusually high ceiling, which has an awe-inspiring effect similar to that felt in churches and cathedrals. There’s a 600-sqm open area, beautifully designed loft space, conference rooms, a game room, etc. You can even rest your eyes in a nap room.

There’s also a living room with a fireplace where you can take a break while enjoying your free coffee and chatting. You’ll meet many creative people here from various industries.

You can get a dedicated desk for €400 per month.

tuesday coworking at Belziger Straße 71

Source: tuesday coworking Facebook

tuesday coworking offers intimate spaces in Schöneberg at two locations:

  1. Belziger Straße 71
  2. Feurigstraße 51

By paying membership for one of these, you get access to both. These are lovely, homelike spaces best suited for individuals or small teams of creatives. You get access to all the amenities you may need.

tuesday coworking was created as an alternative to commercial workspaces, which are becoming larger, more expensive, and more impersonal by the day. At this place, they truly put a focus on community and culture instead of business and money. You’re sure to meet the most eclectic crowd of coworkers this city has to offer here.

The price for a hot desk is only €85 per month.

b+office at Dudenstraße 10

Source: bplusoffice

b+office is located in the historic Bauhaus loft. With bike parking and public transit stations nearby, it’s easy to access and move around from. The place is also close to the famous Bergmannkiez.

This space is airy and filled with natural lights thanks to its high ceilings and huge windows. The design of b+office is minimalist but still trendy and fully functional. There are a wide-open area and smaller offices as well as large conference rooms.

The community at b+office is laid-back and friendly. You can network with them during your breaks at an outdoor terrace or play foosball or darts. If you’re visiting during the summer, be sure to come here on Friday as that’s when they make a delicious barbecue, which includes both meat and veggie options. 

The price is €17 per day and €195 per month.

Enklave at Kienitzer Straße 100

Source: Enklave Facebook

Enklave is a community-oriented space in Berlin’s Neukölln. It’s a super convenient location whether you’re coming by bus, on foot, by bike, or by car. There are public transport stations in the vicinity and car and bike parking on the premises.

This is a great place, both for locals and traveling remote workers. As a member, you get 24-hour access. The space is divided into three zones:

  • Social
  • Focus
  • Silent

They also offer a variety of technical equipment ranging from dual-monitor computers to video recording equipment.

Even though a buzzing community gathers here, you can still isolate yourself if you want to. Once you’re done with work, you can join one of their daily food events—lunches, brunches, beer tastings. If you want to meet like-minded new people, this is the place to be.

You can get a taste of the place by signing up for a free trial. Otherwise, you’ll pay €100 per month.

skalitzer33 at Skalitzer Straße 33

Source: skalitzer33

This name of this place is not the most creative one, but it reveals a convenient location. skalitzer33 is at the heart of Kreuzberg between “Kotti” and “Görli.” It’s in an industrial brick building with high ceilings and lots of light. There are parking on-site and public transport stations nearby.

You can choose a desk in the open-plan space, or if you prefer more peace and quiet, you can go to a smaller, more private office. You’ll have plenty of storage space at your disposal to put away all your unnecessary stuff. You can use their small kitchen when you need to grab a bite.

When you need more space for a project, you can rent their spacious loft. Another cool thing about this place is that you can even set up a pop-up store there at their shop with a window front. You can take a nap in the nap room or hang out at the outdoor terrace. If you need clean clothes, there’s even a laundry service here.

The price is €15 per day and €196 per month.

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Budapest

The nine best (and one not so impressive) coworking spaces in Budapest, Hungary

In the age of flexible working hours, remote jobs, and freelancing, the popularity of coworking spaces around the world has skyrocketed. The trend is just as present in the capital of Hungary. We set out to explore what this city has to offer in terms of coworking hubs.

Here are the nine spots we singled out as the best in Budapest and also one that didn’t quite live up to our expectations:

  1. Our top choice—Impact Hub Budapest
  2. The one that left us underwhelmed—UP Center
  3. KAPTÁR coworking
  4. Collabor8district
  5. The Other WorkSpace
  6. Loffice
  7. KUBIK
  8. Eco-Office
  9. Mosaik
  10. Muse

Impact Hub Budapest—our top choice 

Source: Impact Hub Budapest

What we love about Impact Hub is that it has offices all around the world. This is an exceptionally important detail for all digital nomads reading this article. With Impact Hub’s Global Passport, you are welcome in any of their offices worldwide!

As far as their Budapest location is concerned, it is not unlike the other spaces they’ve got set up around the globe. It is located in the city center, in an area of over 600 square meters. That speaks of the sheer range of options that this spot provides to its members.

In Impact Hub Budapest, you will have access to:

  • Spacious shared coworking areas
  • Chill-out lounge room
  • Community bistro
  • Self-service kitchen (free wine alert!)
  • Workshop rooms
  • Meeting rooms
  • A variety of events 
  • Room for podcasting, Skype, and telephone calls
  • On-site showers

The rooms are equipped with the latest tech, Herman Miller ergonomic chairs, air conditioning, and optic-fiber Wi-Fi.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: HUF 4,900
  • Per week, hot desk: HUF 22,500
  • Per month, hot desk: HUF 54,500
  • Per month, dedicated desk: HUF 67,000
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Address Ferenciek tere 2.

Doorbell 60, 1st floor on the left

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office No
Event room Yes
Phonebooth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

UP Center—our least favorite coworking space

Source: Up Center Coworking

Up Center is known for being a digital academy, but it also has a coworking space. As far as the academy is concerned, it works on a pay-as-much-as-you-want basis as there are no fixed prices. For the coworking space, they have hot and dedicated desk packages, but they are one-off and monthly ones that don’t offer much flexibility. 

This place has many positive reviews and is lauded for the sense of togetherness and community it nurtures. It also seems to be great for co-studying

What we didn’t like is that, apart from those benefits, it doesn’t have much more to show for itself, especially when compared to other coworking spaces in Budapest. There are no conference rooms on offer nor private offices. The place is not that big, and not all of the furniture is ergonomic. 

The official website and the Facebook page don’t have English language versions, so it’s practically impossible for international audiences and digital nomads to get familiar with what the place has to offer.

It strikes us that this space is fantastic for local youth and students, while it may be the wrong choice for foreigners and more serious entrepreneurs.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: €10
  • Per month, hot desk: €100
  • Per month, dedicated desk: €120
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am – 7 pm
  • Saturday: Closed 
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: No
Address 29-31 Bartók Béla út

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office No
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving No

KAPTÁR coworking

Source: KAPTÁR coworking

KAPTÁR coworking is situated in the heart of Budapest, so anyone wanting to visit this place shouldn’t have trouble finding it. In case you need to rush to the bank, grab a bite to eat, and get right back to work, you won’t have to waste a lot of time on those activities before you’re back in the office.

The interior is showered with lots of natural light, making it a perfect setting for work. There is an on-site self-service cafe, in case you need a caffeine kick. 

As for the seating arrangements, you can choose where you want to set up shop— by the window, on a comfy sofa or an armchair, or at a counter table. There are also standing desk options and a Skype room in case you need to make a video call in private.

This coworking space is ideal for digital nomads, freelancers, and other solopreneurs working in Budapest as it has hot and dedicated desk plans. It also offers rooms for meetings and events, so it may be a good choice for teams, too.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: HUF 4,600
  • Per week, hot desk: HUF 20,600
  • Per month, hot desk: HUF 45,000
  • Per month, dedicated desk: HUF 59,000
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Address 1065 Révay köz 4.

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room Yes
Private Office No
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

Collabor8district

Source: Collabor8district

The interior of this impressive coworking space in the midst of Budapest’s 8th district is bright, vibrant, and uplifting. The huge windows let in natural sunshine, and the cheerful red chairs add to its energy.

Collabor8 offers a good choice of packages to suit a variety of needs, from hot and dedicated desks to private offices. You can work on a daily, weekly, monthly, or yearly basis, depending on your necessities.

Another great thing about this hub is that it has excellent availability. It has 11 rooms and an outdoor terrace, plus 24-hour member access, so you can come and go as you please.

What is particularly suitable for digital nomads who come here is that the staff speak several languages. Collabor8 maintains a Hungarian, English, and Spanish speaking environment.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: HUF 4,000
  • Per week, hot desk: HUF 16,000
  • Per month, hot desk: HUF 35,000
  • One month, dedicated desk: HUF 45,000
  • Six months, dedicated desk: HUF 42,750 a month
  • One year, dedicated desk: HUF 40,500 a month
  • Per month, private office: HUF 200,000
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Address 34. II.1 Baross utca, II.

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

The Other WorkSpace

Source: The Other WorkSpace

The Other WorkSpace, as its name suggests, was set up with the aim of providing a different coworking spot from what dominates the market. The founders aimed to open a quiet place that doesn’t have inflated membership prices and is not overly crowded.

We’d say they have partially succeeded. The place is not too busy, there are spacious desks and comfortable chairs, and the offices are open 24/7. However, the prices are not low enough to write home about. Another disadvantage, in our view, is the somewhat dull and uninspiring white backdrop.

Overall, this place is a bit more affordable than others, so it’s suitable for those on a budget who don’t have high demands and expectations of coworking amenities but just need a comfy workstation.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: HUF 1,520
  • Per month, hot desk: HUF 45,539 
  • Per month, dedicated desk: HUF 45,539 
  • Private office, one month: HUF 197,568
  • Private office, three months: HUF 180,379 a month
  • Private office, six months: HUF 175,234 a month
  • Private office, one year: HUF 162,435 a month
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours 24/7 member access
Address 11-15 Victor Hugo utca

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room No
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving No

Loffice

Source: Loffice Coworking

Loffice is a coworking space that is quickly expanding. It is available in two countries (Hungary and Austria) and currently has five offices. It’s safe to say that they have the coworking space game down. Whatever you need, you’ll find here, be it shared or fixed desks, private offices, meeting rooms, or event spaces.

The interior design has been carefully executed, and a lot of thought has gone into making the place feel hip, youthful, and modern. We certainly were impressed by all that. We were also left wondering—how comfortable are all these chairs and quirky-looking workstations for prolonged work?

Our demands for ergonomic chairs weren’t met here, but we did like the overall vibe of the place. If you need a spot to work from for shorter periods, this place will work for you.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: HUF 5,715
  • Per week, hot desk: HUF 25,400
  • Per month, hot desk: HUF 57,150
  • Per month, dedicated desk: HUF 67,311
  • Private office: HUF 832,000 a month
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am – 5 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: No
Address Paulay Ede utca 55

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room No
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving No

KUBIK 

Source: KUBIK coworking

KUBIK coworking is one of our favorite remote working spots in Budapest. The place extends on over 400 square meters and is situated in a prestigious business district. Apart from its central location, we were also fascinated by the array of options it offers

This all-encompassing coworking hub has:

    • Open-space shared workstations
    • Private offices for up to four people
    • Meeting rooms for up to 16 persons
    • Virtual office service
    • 100 square meters of rentable event space
  • Phone and Skype booth
    • On-site cafeteria with coffee, tea, home-made soda, and sandwiches
  • KUBIK Partner Programs
    • Add-ons: lockers and different gadgets
  • Shower rooms
    • Stable internet connectivity
    • 24/7 availability
  • Lounge room

It is safe to say that you will find a plan that works for you in this coworking hub. If you are not sure if this type of place would be suitable for you, make sure to use their trial day offer free of charge and test them out.

Basics
Pricing
    • Per day, hot desk: HUF 4,500
    • Per week, hot desk: HUF 20,000
    • Per month, hot desk: HUF 35,000
  • One FREE trial day
  • Private office: from HUF 99,000 a month
    • Meeting room: from HUF 2,500 an hour
    • Virtual office: HUF 15,000 a month
    • KUBIK Club, yearly membership: HUF 30,000 (12 months/a person)
  • One FREE trial day
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours 24/7 member access
Address Jászai Mari tér 5-6.

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk No
Conference Room Yes
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

Eco-Office

Source: Ecooffice

Eco-Office was envisioned as a green space that will get your creative juices flowing. It has a lot of greenery around the place to ensure a relaxed, zen-like atmosphere. The design and the services available at this coworking spot make it a perfect combo of a shared office and a chill-out coffee shop. 

The idea behind Eco-Office was to provide a flexible remote working option for individuals and groups who thrive when being surrounded by like-minded coworkers

Although we like the look and feel of the place, we didn’t appreciate its misleading name. With the rise of eco-conscious tourists and nomads, one might think this place is self-sustainable or eco-friendly in any other way. What we found is lots of plants, wooden furniture, and unlimited filtered water. Suffice it to say we were underwhelmed.

Basics
Pricing
    • Two hours: HUF 1,500 
    • Half-day ticket: HUF 2,000
    • Per day: HUF 3,000
    • Per month, unlimited: HUF 40,000
    • Per month, 12 hours: HUF 32,000
    • Per month, eight hours: HUF 22,000
    • Per month, four hours: HUF 12,000
    • Laptop rental: HUF 7,000 a day
    • Meeting room, 2–6 people: HUF 4,000 an hour
    • Meeting room, 6–12 people: HUF 5,000 an hour
    • Lecture hall, up to 32 people: HUF 6,000 an hour
  • One FREE trial day
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 10 am – 4 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Address Budapest Izabella 68/b

1064 Magyarország

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk No
Conference Room Yes
Private Office No
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving No

Mosaik 

Source: Mosaic Startup Hub

Although Mosaic has an excellent coworking space that has all the standard amenities that similar spots offer as well, it stands out from the crowd for being a learning center, too.

Mosaic Academy offers support for people looking for a career change. There are various courses to take up here to take your skills to the next level. Tech workshops are among the most popular.

Another interesting offer in Mosaic is that every week they organize an event called CloudTuesdays. You get an exclusive chance to meet and learn from Microsoft software engineers in person. The seats are limited, so you would need to apply in advance. You don’t have to be a coworking space member to attend.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: €10
  • Five days a month, hot desk: €50
  • Per week, hot desk: €70
  • Ten days a month, hot desk: €100
  • Per month, hot desk: starting from €130
  • Per year, hot desk: €1,500
  • Dedicated desk fee: €30 a month or €300 a year
  • Locker fee: €15 a month or €150 a year
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours 24/7 member access
Address Pannónia u. 32.

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving Yes

Muse 

Source: Muse Közösségi Iroda

Muse may well be the most beautiful coworking space we’ve ever seen! The stylish cast-iron railing that envelopes the interior, the fashionable, contemporary furniture, the abundance of wooden surfaces, and plenty of natural light make this place a must-see for any Budapest resident or visitor.

Regardless, Muse is more than just a pretty interior. It is conveniently located in downtown Budapest, near all the public transport hotspots and the main tourist attractions. 

Among its amenities, you will have fast internet, bag storage, gallery seats, on-site showers, a cafe, a terrace, and a mini-golf course at your disposal. On top of all that, you are welcome to bring your pup to work, too!

Basics
Pricing Coworking:

  • Per day, hot desk: HUF 3,500
  • Four days a month, hot desk: HUF 13,000
  • Eight days a month, hot desk: HUF 24,000
  • 12 days a month, hot desk: HUF 35,000
  • 20 days a month, hot desk: HUF 50,000
  • 20 days a month, dedicated desk: HUF 60,000

Meeting room / Event:

  • Up to four people: HUF 3,000
  • Up to six people: HUF 3,500
  • Up to eight people: HUF 4,000
  • Up to 12 people: HUF 5,000
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: No
Address 15 Szent István körút

Budapest

Hungary

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room Yes
Private Office No
Event room Yes
Phonebooth / Skype room No
Coliving No

Didn’t find what you were looking for? There are more coworking spaces in Budapest!

On the odd chance that none of our picks above are quite up to your alley, we’ve come prepared! Check out these honorable mentions:

  1. HubHub Budapest Kiraly 26
  2. Szikra Coworking
  3. UrbanFood Cafe & Coworking
  4. Urban Lobby – Coworking & Luggage Storage
  5. Baobab Coworking Club
  6. CoWo – Coworking Budapest
  7. Loft Living Budapest
  8. New Work Labs
  9. Vagabond Nation
  10. Forrás Jóllét Stúdió

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Krakow

11 best (and two worst) coworking spaces in Krakow, Poland

Krakow is a Polish town known for having one of the youngest demographics in Europe. Many young people initially come to this city for studies. With such a large pool of smart and talented people connecting into one place, backed up by the rise of the Internet, Krakow’s digital work sphere started booming. 

The city is now full of entrepreneurs, startups, freelancers, and other experts in areas such as IT, marketing, content creation, and similar new-age jobs. If you’re planning a trip to, or possibly a long term stay in Krakow, check out our local guide to the city. We’ll teach you the best areas to stay in, as well as what to do in your spare time.

Digital jobs are moving more and more people out of corporate offices and into their own space. Many now enjoy the comfort of a work-from-home lifestyle. However, some people still require a professional space where they can meet with their work partners, clients, and like-minded individuals. 

The culture of working from cafes has been on the rise in the past two decades until we finally saw the creation of coworking spaces. There are plenty of them in Krakow, ranging from small cafes with fast internet, to full-scale office buildings explicitly designed for coworking. Here are our 11 favorites, and two not so great, coworking spaces in Krakow:

  1. Cluster Cowork Jozefitow 8
  2. OffOffice Coworking
  3. Czysta Coworking
  4. Office&Cowork Center Krasinskiego 4/12
  5. Cowork Mrowisko
  6. Coworking Rynek 28
  7. Office&Coworking Zamkowa 2a
  8. Rise.PL Fabryczna Office Park
  9. Yolk CoWorking
  10. Rise.PL 65A Krolewska
  11. Iterators Cowork Krakow
  12. (AVOID) Creative Coworking
  13. (AVOID) Regus Office

Our favorite coworking space in Krakow is Cluster Cowork Jozefitow 8

Source: Cluster

Cluster Cowork is a brand of coworking spaces with two offices in Krakow. The one located on the Jozefitow 8 street was our love at first sight. The high ceiling and ventilation keep the rooms airy, while the tall windows let lots of natural light inside. 

The interior of the place is colorful, while the workplace design is kept minimal to reduce distractions. This is exactly what we look for in a coworking space—a professional-looking environment that turns laid back and casual the moment you step out of the office. 

There are plenty of social and learning events taking place here, and members get to be part of the group Slack channel, which helps kickstart new connections. This is also one of the few places that have coliving arrangements as well. The location is superb, being a few minutes walk from the city center. 

The only issue people may have is the slightly higher than average prices, especially for private office spaces.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $12.50 (PLN 50)

Hot desk per week: $50 (PLN 200)

Hot desk per month: $163 (PLN 650)

Dedicated desk per month: $188 (PLN 750)

Private office, six people, one month: $1,631 (PLN 6,500)

Private office, ten people, one month: $3,010 (PLN 12,000)

Private office, 14 people, one month: $3,640 (PLN 14,500)

Private office, 30 people, one month: $5,900 (PLN 23,500)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday—Friday: 9 am – 5 pm (reception hours)
  • Members have access 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving Yes

OffOffice Coworking

Source: OffOffice Facebook

OffOffice comes in close second and is one of the most well-rounded coworking spaces in Krakow. If it had slightly more space, it would easily take #1 on our list. It’s also one of the few places where you can register your Virtual Office. This allows you to have a stable business address, mail service, and the receptionist at your disposal. 

Depending on your agreement, you will be granted free access to conference rooms where you can bring clients, as well as have your logo displayed on a plaque at the entrance. 

Basic refreshments (water, tea, and coffee) are free. There are snacks for purchase on-site, and you can order catering with the company. OffOffice puts a large emphasis on community building, with members enjoying perks such as:

  • Community dinner and drinking events
  • Facebook group for members
  • Organized sports team
  • Social and learning events

When you’re tired, help yourself to the outdoor terrace or lounge area, where you can relax or even take a nap on beanbags or hammocks. Otherwise, play some of the available board or arcade games with other members. 

The only possible downside to this location is that it’s relatively far from the city center.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per hour: $1.75 (PLN 7)

Hot desk per day: $7.20 (PLN 29)

Hot desk per week: $30 (PLN 119)

Hot desk per month: $100 (PLN 399)

Dedicated desk per month: $100 (PLN 399)

Private office, three people, one month: $376 (PLN 1,500)

Private office, five people, one month: $627 (PLN 2,300)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday—Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
    • Saturday: 9 am—12 pm
    • Sunday: Closed
  • Private office users have 24/7 access
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

Czysta Cowork

Source: Czysta

Czysta Cowork is a space made by people who work remotely in the IT sector, so they knew exactly what they were doing when creating it. The space is well equipped, and the interior is lightly designed—the walls are not empty and bland, but not distracting either. 

When you’re not working, help yourself to the lounge area, open-air terrace, or meditation room. 

You can use a fully equipped kitchen that also has a washing machine, or help yourself to a shower. These are great additions for those staying in Krakow for longer. The offices are located in an apartment building, just left of the city center. The team behind the space also promises to share connections and knowledge with people in a similar branch of work.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

Dedicated desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

High-Speed Internet 600 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Open 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms No
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No


Office&Cowork Center Krasinskiego 4/12

Source: Office&Co

The brand Office&Cowork Center has multiple offices around Poland and Krakow. The first one we want to talk about is located in Krasinskiego 4/12 street, a few minute’s walk from the city center. Inside the offices is an elegant, minimalistic design. The interior is mostly white with splashes of color coming from art and furniture. This coworking space provides users with free unlimited access to office supplies, including:

  • Printer
  • Scanner
  • Flipchart
  • Projector, etc.

Basic refreshments—water, tea, coffee—are also free. Users have access to a full kitchen and even showers on-site.

Cowork Mrowisko

Source: Cowork Mrowisko

Another small but must-mention coworking space is Cowork Mrowisko (Cowork Anthill). It’s located inside a renovated apartment in an otherwise residential building, giving it a cozy “home away from home” vibe. The interior design is minimal, there are lots of plants, and the space is pet-friendly. 

Users have access to a full kitchen, showers, personal lockers, and there is an Airbnb for rent on-site. There’s also an emphasis on network building, with a member Slack channel, plus social and learning events to attend. The office is owned by a lovely couple, who’ve obviously put their heart into creating this space, and get lots of praise for their hospitality.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per day: $7.5 (PLN 30)

Hot desk per week: $25 (PLN 100)

Hot desk per month: $163 (PLN 650)

Dedicated desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

Private office, eight-ten people, per month: $1,130 (PLN 4,500)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Open every day from 6 am–9 pm
  • Members have access 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving Yes (Airbnb on-site)


Coworking Rynek 28

Source: Rynek 28 Facebook 

Located in the dead center of Old Town, Krakow, is the stunning office space of Coworking Rynek 28. With speeds of up to 1Gbps, it easily has the best internet on our list. The gorgeous interior design is only outmatched by the view of the city center from the windows. This is also one of the few places that offer standing desks. 

The downside is that the place is small and what you see in the photo are pretty much all of the desk spaces. It also works on corporate, Monday to Friday working hours, meaning you could end up without a desk unless you book in advance.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

Dedicated desk per month: $163 (PLN 650)

Private office, five/six people, one month: $753 (PLN 3,000)

Private office, ten people, one month: $1,380 (PLN 5,500)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Office&Coworking Zamkowa 2a

Source: Office&Cowork website

This coworking space is the second Office&Cowork place on our list. The building is located in Zamkowa 2a/2 street (Castle Street), hence the name. It’s located in an otherwise residential area, right across the Vistula river from the city center. 

Although modest in size, it is housed inside a gorgeous apartment with a full kitchen and bathroom at your disposal. 

Basic refreshments, including water, tea, and coffee, are free. There’s a vending machine on-site, and you can order high-quality catering. The place is pet-friendly, you can use free parking on the premise, and members have access to everything 24/7. It’s relatively small compared to other coworking spaces, but definitely worth checking out, especially if you live nearby.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

Dedicated desk per month: $163 (PLN 650)

Private office, five/six people, one month: $753 (PLN 3,000)

Private office, ten people, one month: $1,380 (PLN 5,500)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 5 pm (reception hours)
  • Members have access 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms No
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No


Rise.PL Fabryczna Office Park

Source: Rise.Pl Facebook 

Rise.PL has six office spaces located in Krakow. Our favorite one is inside the Fabryczna Office Park, the biggest eco-friendly business center in the city. The office space is huge, the biggest on this list. It’s full of excellent amenities on-site, such as:

  • Restaurant and cafe
  • Gym
  • Pool table
  • Library
  • Board and arcade games
  • Showers
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Meditation room, and more

The high ceiling and excellent ventilation system give the space plenty of air, and large windows let lots of sunlight inside. The only issue, if we can call it that, is that everything might be a bit too big. An office space this large, mostly covered in glass, full of people can be a little overwhelming when you’re trying to focus. Other than that, we highly recommend this coworking space.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

Dedicated desk per month: $200 (PLN 800)

Private office, four people, one month: $200 (PLN 800)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 5 pm (reception hours)
  • Members have access 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Yolk CoWorking

Source: Yolk

Yolk CoWorking is one of the newest office spaces on our list, having opened its doors in 2020. Small, but noteworthy, it’s located close to the city center. This originally apartment space was reinvented into an office and is filled with state-of-the-art work equipment. The interior has a minimalistic design, with wood being the primary material, and there are lots of plants breathing air into the area. 

Members have access to the space 24/7 by using a cool phone app to unlock the smart door. We only wish there was more space, as everything else in Yolk CoWorking is great, especially the coffee.

Basics
Pricing Hot desk, ten days per month: $75 (PLN 300)

Hot desk per month: $125 (PLN 500)

Dedicated desk per month: $175 (PLN 700)

Meeting room, 12 people, per hour: $12.50 (PLN 50)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 6 pm (reception hours)
  • Members have access 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

Rise.PL 65A Krolewska

Source: Rise PL Facebook 

Another office worth mentioning under the Rise.PL brand is the one on 65A Krolewska street. Green is the theme of this one, as it’s the main color used in the interior, and the space is full of plants. The two floors it spans on offer a large number of hot desks, a few smaller private office spaces, and event rooms. Members enjoy access to free:

  1. Water
  2. Coffee
  3. Tea
  4. Snacks

Similar to other Rise facilities, they host a decent amount of learning and social events to keep you occupied when you’re not working.

 

Basics
Pricing Hot desk per week: $146.50 (PLN 185)

Dedicated desk per month: $154 (PLN 615)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
    • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 5 pm (reception hours)
  • Members have access 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Iterators Cowork Krakow

Source: Iterators Cowork Facebook 

Another space that recently opened its doors is the Iterators Cowork Krakow. The place is so new, it doesn’t have a website or location on Google Maps yet. The interior is much cozier than similar options of this size, and it heavily reminds of cowork cafes, rather than corporate offices. It also has slightly lower prices than other spaces nearby. The owners are friendly and seem to want to build something of their own. We wish them the best of luck on this journey. For anyone looking for a laid black space to get some work done, check out their office at Jozefa Sarego 12/2 street, right next to the city center.

Basics

Pricing Hot desk per week: $146.50 (PLN 185)

Dedicated desk per month: $154 (PLN 615)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Open 24/7
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms No
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

These are the two coworking spaces we didn’t like in Krakow

Creative Coworking

Source: Creative Coworking

Creative Coworking is one of the oldest shared workspaces in Krakow, and it shows. As it stands, there is nothing wrong with it, and we can’t necessarily say it’s bad. Still, there are much better options that outclass this space, even at a similar price range. It doesn’t help that Creative Coworking is also located way outside inner city perimeters, making it harder to reach. If you’re staying nearby and want to use a cheap, but tolerable coworking space short term, go for it. Otherwise, just go somewhere else.

Basics

Pricing Hot desk, ten days in one month: $7.5 (PLN 30) per day

Hot desk per week: $32.50 (PLN 130)

Hot desk per month: $88 (PLN 350)

High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks No
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

Regus Office

The global rental brand Regus has over 3,000 office spaces worldwide, with six currently operational in Krakow. We firmly believe you should avoid all of them in this city. But how come we’ve recommended Regus for other destinations, but this time we’re saying stay away? That’s because there are so many greater options at a much better price range and agreement terms. Regus offers nothing you can’t find in other places, on top of only serving long term contracts (12/24 months), and more or less hiding the prices behind negotiation. For these reasons, the company is obsolete when it comes to coworking in Krakow.

Basics

Pricing Dependant on negotiation
High-Speed Internet 500 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am–5 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Lisbon

The 8 best and worst coworking spaces in Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon has become renowned among business professionals in the last couple of years. Not surprisingly, people from all over the world have taken notice of what this city of pastel architecture and coastal beauty has to offer. 

After a three-year test drive, Web Summit, the largest technology conference in the world, has decided to extend its annual gatherings in Lisbon for another decade. This is expected to attract around 50–80,000 visitors each year and bring revenue of about $3.5 billion to Lisbon in the following years.

Everyone’s eyes are set to Lisbon at the moment. Remote workers and digital nomads are not lagging behind either. As a result, Lisbon has a budding coworking space scene that shows no signs of slowing down.

We have our seven favorite picks, and the least favorite one, too:

  1. Cowork Central
  2. Second Home Lisboa
  3. Outsite Lisbon
  4. Impact Hub
  5. Village Underground
  6. Bworking Spaces
  7. Avila Spaces
  8. Liberdade 229

Cowork Central has the prime coworking spaces in Lisbon!

Source: Cowork Central

Cowork Central has two locations in downtown Lisbon, and we couldn’t single out which one was better. One office is in Príncipe Real and the other in Cais do Sodré

These coworking spaces offer everything you may need for your work—a super-fast internet, a quiet environment, and a central location in the neighborhood of the best food and coffee joints. There are different membership plans designed to meet a variety of needs.

You can hop in unannounced for a couple of hours at a hotdesk, or you can book your own dedicated desk seat. If you have a larger team, you can have private offices and meeting rooms at your disposal. In case you need a space to host an event, this is where you can find one.

The founders of this hub also thought about downtime! There is a table tennis desk that you can use during your break. There is also free beer and on-site showers. In terms of other advantages, the place has bike storage and private lockers. Did we mention that it is also pet-friendly? 

Basics
Pricing
  • Roaming pass: €10 + VAT (day pass for lounge and kitchen, no desk)
  • Five consecutive weekdays: €55 + VAT
  • Per month, fixed desk: €175 + VAT
  • Seven consecutive days: €85 + VAT
  • Ten days, hot desk: €120 + VAT
  • Day pass, hot desk: €13.50 + VAT
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am–8 pm
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
  • 24-hour member access: yes
Address Príncipe Real:

Rua da Alegria 122B, 3rd floor

1250-096 Lisbon

Cais do Sodré:

Praça Duque da Terceira 24, 3rd floor

1200-161 Lisbon

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room Yes
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

Second Home Lisboa is the most sustainable coworking space in Lisbon!

Source: Second Home Lisboa

Second Home could easily be the most charming spot on our list! All it took was one look at it, and we fell instantly in love. The place looks more like a jungle than a coworking space, and we’re obsessed with it!

This coworking space was designed with the intention to mimic nature. It follows the principles of biophilia to promote mental wellbeing and to inspire, relax, and connect its visitors. The biophilic design includes curvy desks, lots of natural light, see-through rooftops, and an abundance of natural plants all over the place! And frankly, it works! You don’t feel like you are in an office at all.

All Second Home offices (London, Lisbon, and Los Angeles) were designed to be sustainable. They never build from scratch but rather reuse old, forgotten buildings. The one in Lisbon dates back to the 19th century.

They also use green tech in all their spaces. The Lisbon office has a roof that opens up automatically every night to let the cool air inside and closes at dawn. Under the floor, there are pipes that transfer cold or hot water, depending on the season, and control the indoor temperature because air conditioning is against the Second Home policy.

Second Home has an on-site cafe with fresh seasonal dishes all year round. The members are also privy to the Wellness Programme, which includes anything from meditation to surfing. This coworking space hosts Weekly Members’ Drinks and other events to build a community for its users.

What we didn’t like about Second Home

Apart from the prices that are slightly above the standard coworking space ones, we didn’t appreciate the lack of ergonomic chairs. It is practically impossible to work long hours from the uncomfortable, albeit gorgeous, chairs in this place.

Another disadvantage is that you cannot just show up here, as you can in other places. There is a security guard here who ensures that only those who have an appointment can enter. There is also a privacy issue here—you have to get outside to make a private phone call to a client and avoid disturbing others.

Basics
Pricing
  • Community membership: €100 + VAT (hot desk, five days a month)
  • Roaming membership: €235 + VAT per member (hot desk, per month) 
  • Resident membership:  €340 + VAT per member (dedicated desk)
  • Studio membership: €365 + VAT per member (private office)
  • Summer workation, one week: €140 + VAT
  • Summer workation, one month: €280 + VAT
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 7.30 am–midnight
  • Saturday: noon–6 pm
  • Sunday:  noon–6 pm
  • 24-hour member access: no
Address 1st Floor–Time Out Market Lisboa

Mercado da Ribeira

Avenida 24 de Julho 1200-479

Lisboa

Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving No

Outsite is the most convenient place for digital nomads in Lisbon!

Source: Outsite Cowork Cafe, Cais do Sodré

Outsite Lisbon is located in a beautiful townhouse in the heart of the city. The Cais do Sodré area has numerous cafés, bars, and shops, and is a minute away from the Time-Out Market. 

Coliving in this space is exceptionally convenient. The harbor is only five minutes away from the accommodation, and if you are feeling extra adventurous, you can take a 15-minute ferry ride to Costa de Caparica.

There is no reception here, and prior to arrival, you need to get access codes so that you can enter the house and your room. There is a strict policy of no noise after 10 pm, which is laudable because workspaces are literally at every corner here. Every floor has a fully equipped kitchen, a laundry room, ensuite bathrooms, and stable Wi-Fi.

There is a cowork cafe with a street view where you can work or simply enjoy a cup of hot coffee. On the ground floor, there is also an enormous coworking space in the back of the bar with meeting rooms that need to be booked in advance.

Digital nomads are sure to enjoy coliving and coworking in this hub. It is usually packed with people from all walks of life and all corners of the world. There is always someone to chat with and bounce ideas off of.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day: €15 
  • Per week: €70
  • Per month: €150
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am–5 pm (cafe)
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am–8 pm (coworking space)
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
  • 24-hour member access: no 
Address Rua de S. Paulo 109

1200-275 Lisboa

Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk No
Conference Room Yes
Private Office No
Event room No
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving Yes

Impact Hub is a great place for startups to find mentorship!

Source: Impact Hub Lisbon

Impact Hub Lisbon is a world-famous coworking hub. They have over a hundred spaces around the globe. That testifies to the level of service that the visitors get when they come to this place.

Impact Hub is the place where entrepreneurs and innovators meet. There are various accelerator and capacity enhancement programs available for members. They are particularly beneficial to startups because they get to be guided and inspired by more seasoned professionals.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day: €5
  • Per month, hot desk: €70
  • Per month, dedicated desk: €120
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am–6 pm
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
  • 24-hour member access: yes
Address Rua 1 Maio,103

Alcântara, Lisbon

1300-472, Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room Yes
Private Office No
Event room No
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

Village Underground is the quirkiest place to cowork from in Lisbon!

Source: Village Underground Lisboa

Village Underground is a performance and event venue in downtown Lisbon. It is a world-famous landmark of the Portugal capital. Made of old double-decker buses and shipping containers that have been turned into coworking areas, conference rooms, and recording studios, it certainly stands out from a sea of similar coworking spaces.

This coworking spot attracts artistic and creative individuals and teams. It is also a must-see for digital nomads who come to this city. There are ample opportunities to mingle here, as workshops, exhibitions, and other events are organized regularly.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: €15 
  • Per month, dedicated desk: €150
  • Private office, per month: €525 (up to five people) 
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 11 am–7 pm
  • Saturday: 11 am–7 pm
  • Sunday: 11 am–7 pm
  • 24-hour member access: yes
Address Av. da Índia, nº. 52

1300-299 Lisbon

Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room Yes
Private Office No
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room No
Coliving No

Bworking Spaces has (almost) everything you could wish for in a coworking spot!

Source: Bworking Spaces Coworking and Offices

Bworking Spaces is a coworking hub that is ideal for startups, freelancers, and digital nomads. It also has a growing clientele of teams and private companies looking for a new place to take their work endeavors.

Among the amenities that this place provides are the app-enabled 24/7 access to all members (apart from the one-off visitors), a phonebox, three meeting rooms, nine private offices, and 65 coworking desks. There is also a lounge and an outdoor terrace for quality downtime with other coworkers. The kitchen is available to all visitors and has free coffee, fruit, and tea.

What is interesting about Bworking spaces is that they offer activities not typically associated with a coworking hub, such as yoga classes, healthy eating workshops, and physiotherapy (provided by their partners Metha Consciousness).

The downside of Bworking Spaces

Although on paper, this coworking spot has everything your heart desires in a rentable office, it doesn’t strike us as a particularly stimulating one. If your motivation is driven by the aesthetics of your surroundings, then this hub will not be up your alley. The service at Bworking may be terrific, but the white backdrop and the monotonous chipboard furniture design can throw off visual personality types.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: €18.45
  • Per week, hot desk: €73.80
  • Per month, hot desk: €184.50
  • One month, dedicated desk: €184.50
  • Six months, dedicated desk: €175 a month
  • One year, dedicated desk: €155 a month
  • Private office, one month: €1,217
  • Private office, six months: €1,150 a month
  • Private office, one year: €1,050 a month
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 9 am–6 pm (reception hours and one-day pass access)
  • Weekends: closed (reception hours and one-day pass access)
  • 24/7 member access, all year round: yes
Address Rua Latino Coelho 13A

Saldanha

1050-132 Lisbon

Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room Yes
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

Avila Spaces is a supportive environment for startups!

Source: Avila Spaces

Avila Spaces is located in Lisbon’s most prestigious business district, which means it is frequented by seasoned local entrepreneurs and young startup owners alike. It is also on the coworking spaces map for many freelancers and digital nomads residing in Lisbon.

On your disposal, you can have hot and dedicated desks, rentable private offices, and meeting rooms. They also have a luxurious looking business lounge on the premises and offer a virtual office service.

This coworking hub is one of the first in the world to have developed its own virtual office app, myOffice. Via this app, you can schedule your business meetings and stay on top of your work correspondence in real-time.

Avila nourishes its growing community and promotes networking between its members. For instance, a staple on their schedule is a free social event called Avila Runners. They also grant support to the startups that join them through accounting, trademark, and web design services.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day, hot desk: €40
  • Per week, hot desk: €150
  • Per month, hot desk: €150
  • Per month, dedicated desk: €250
  • Three-person private office: €750 a month
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 8 am–8 pm
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
  • 24-hour member access: yes
Address Av. da República nº 6 1st floor 1050-191 Lisboa

Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room Yes
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

Liberdade 229 is our least favorite coworking space in Lisbon!

Source: Liberdade 229

Liberdade 229 opened in 2009 and is the first coworking space in Lisbon. It is a place that offers you peace and quiet as it is not overwhelmingly big. Unfortunately, this place may not work for everyone. There are only 34 desks on offer in total in their seven rooms, but there are a private meeting room, a shared kitchen, and a phone booth on the premises.

Liberdade 229 is situated on the second floor of a 19th-century building in the center of the city. Its location makes it equally accessible to locals and foreigners. It is also in the vicinity of the public bus transport stations and both the Yellow and Blue metro lines. If you are a bike enthusiast, there is a bike-sharing stall right at the doorstep.

Liberdade 229 is the coworking space with the longest tradition but the least flexibility. It is open 24 hours for all visitors, which is a unique feature among coworking spaces. However, they do not have hot desk seats on offer, and only allow monthly memberships, which could be ascribed their size and desk space availability. There is also a cap of three people per company. So if you are looking for a more flexible workspace or one that can accommodate a larger team, Liberdade 229 will not be suitable for you.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per month, dedicated desk: €269
  • Per month, private office: €690
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday—Friday: 24 hours
  • Saturday: 24 hours
  • Sunday: 24 hours
Address 229 Avenida da Liberdade, 2

Lisbon

Portugal

Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desk Yes
Conference Room No
Private Office Yes
Event room No
Phone booth / Skype room Yes
Coliving No

There are more awesome coworking spots in Lisbon!

In case you didn’t quite find what you were looking for among our picks above, we have more suggestions for you! Check them out:

  1. NOW Beato
  2. Heden Graça
  3. Surf Office
  4. Rocket Hub
  5. Beta-I
  6. LACS—Communitivity of Creators
  7. Garagem Infinita
  8. Todos 
  9. Espaço 3D—Cowork & Virtual Offices
  10. Unicorn 

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Split

7 fantastic (and one unremarkable) coworking spaces in Split

As a seaside town, Split is one of the hottest spots for digital nomads in Croatia. The frequent inflow of foreigners, especially during the high season in July and August, makes communication here easy since the locals speak English well. If you are traveling to Split for the first time, this vlog may help you discover the best of it:          

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7JUPCETmSR8

You will have no problem finding a decent Wifi connection in Split, and an excellent one in its modest offer of coworking spaces. Coffee shops, bars, and restaurants are popular places for digital nomads to do a couple of hours of work in. Take a look at our list of the best coworking spaces Split has to offer, some great cafés, and one place that you could do without.

WIP Coworking is the best place to cowork in Split

Image source: WIP Coworking Facebook

WIP Coworking carries that casual Mediterranean vibe that makes you feel relaxed the moment you walk in. It has an open plan with more than 50 seats at the standing desks and hot desks.

The seats are not all the same, and you can choose between more casual ones or the ones giving you a more private workspace. Reading nooks and couches are also good places to work from—just don’t hog the space for too long.

You will also find four phone booths and a Skype room in WIP Coworking, although you need to book them in advance. WIP Coworking is fully equipped with a projector, dual and single monitors, scanner, and printer for presentations and workshops. They organize events, so make sure to stop by for some networking.

Since the beach is close by, you can leave your things in a personal locker and go for a dip. If you are not up for swimming, the coffee is free and comes from the professional machine that the staff or other coworkers will gladly show you how to use. For lunch, you can bring your food and store it in the kitchen, or cook with other coworkers and have fun trying local dishes.

Basics
Pricing
  • HRK 90 per day
  • HRK 450 per week
  • HRK 1350 per month
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday–Friday: 9 am–6 pm
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths Yes
Coliving No

CUKARIN is a place you can skip when coworking in Split

Image source: CUKARIN Facebook

CUKARIN is a pastry shop with lots of room and seating choices. The chairs are fairly comfortable, but the problem is that you will hardly find a power outlet by the tables.

This is a popular eatery in Split, especially for families and large groups of friends, usually celebrating something. Because of this, CUKARIN is loud and too distracting for doing any kind of work except answering emails. Another reason why you may have trouble working here is their Wi-Fi, which is slow and even unresponsive at times.

The only thing CUKARIN is good for is grabbing a cup of coffee and pastry on your way to a coworking space or a better café. Other than that, you will only get annoyed working here because the conditions for that are subpar.

Basics
Pricing estimates Moderate
High-Speed Internet No
Open Hours
  • Monday–Friday: 7 am–12 pm
  • Saturday: 7 am–12 pm
  • Sunday: 8 am–12 pm
Workspace
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Phone No
Coliving No

Six coworking spaces and cafés in Split worth checking out

Here are other coworking spaces and some cafés in Split that we found interesting for coworking:

  1. Saltwater Workspace Split
  2. Amosfera Coworking
  3. CoCreative Coworking
  4. Mala kavana — Split
  5. D16 Coffee
  6. Odmah Iza

Saltwater Workspace Split

Image source: Saltwater Workspace Split Facebook

Saltwater Workspace Split is a charming coworking space overlooking the marina. You will always feel welcome coming here thanks to the friendly staff, especially the owner Tanja.

This coworking space is perfect for those who need video and audio equipment, as well as monitors for editing recorded material. The chairs are comfortable, and you will be able to work sitting down for hours. In case you want to switch positions, Saltwater Workspace has some nice spots in the corner where you can install your travel stand desk and continue working on your feet.

If you want to build your contact base, stay after hours when they have workshops or events. Although Saltwater Workspace is open during weekdays from 9 am to 5 pm, you get 24/7 access with higher membership plans.

Amosfera Coworking

Image source: Amosfera Coworking Facebook

Amosfera Coworking is a spacious coworking space with an open floor plan and lots of seating areas. The chairs are not all ergonomic, and some are a bit impractical for prolonged sitting, but you can always work at the standing desk.

All members have access to the scanner, printer, and photocopier free of charge. The conference room is also free for members, but you need to book it since it’s popular and always occupied.  

People at Amosfera Coworking are friendly and welcoming, making it easy to fit right in and maybe even meet future collaborators. There is plenty of free coffee and drinking water in the kitchen, and you can have lunch at one of the eateries nearby.        

CoCreative Coworking

Image source: CoCreative Coworking Facebook

CoCreative Coworking is a two-story loft located in the center of Split. This coworking space is popular with the creative community, gathering both freelancers and entrepreneurs.

You won’t find a typical coworking space here. CoCreative Coworking belongs to the architecture company that rents the extra space to coworkers. Standing desks, comfortable chairs, and a quiet room make this space great for concentrating on more demanding tasks. The major downside is that the space doesn’t have enough power outlets, so you might end up depending on your battery.

Mala kavana — Split

Image source: Mala kavana — Split Facebook

Mala kavana — Split is one of the most popular eateries in Split that many digital nomads visit for food and decent Wi-Fi.

You should avoid coming here during lunch since that’s when Mala kavana is the most crowded and too loud to work in. Another downside is that this is a family restaurant and people come here to celebrate all sorts of things. This makes it impossible to find a decent table sometimes, especially during weekends, even if you don’t mind working surrounded by noise.  

If you come early enough, you can choose among the available chairs since some are comfortable enough, but others are a real pain. While working in Mala kavana, order some food since it’s famous for the exquisite local cuisine.

D16 Coffee

Image source: D16 Coffee Instagram

D16 Coffee is a cozy coffee shop in the city center where you will most likely meet other digital nomads. The main reasons for this are their professional baristas and varieties of brewed coffee from freshly roasted beans.

Tables are somewhat small and you won’t be able to fit two laptops, so it’s better to come here for solo work. Chairs are actually not that bad, and you can spend hours sitting and working here without feeling sore. D16 Coffee has one of the best Wi-Fi networks, so that characteristic won’t disappoint you at all.

You may be annoyed by having trouble finding a free seat, since this café can barely fit 20 people. If that happens, have a coffee to go and come back the next day to try your luck.

Odmah Iza

Image source: Odmah Iza Facebook

Odmah Iza is a pleasant café with comfortable chairs and great Wi-Fi, ideal for making it your coworking stop. The décor is full of vintage details and fun colors, so you will easily find inspiration to be productive.

On the downside, they allow smoking inside. If you are not a fan of this habit, you may want to consider working from someplace else or coming early when it’s almost empty.       

Here are more cafés in Split you can work from:

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Barcelona

15 best (and one worst) coworking spaces in Barcelona

If you’re planning a trip to the land of flamenco, fiesta, Don Quixote, and afternoon naps, you’re bound to make a stop in Barcelona. And how could you not? As the largest city of Catalonia, it contains a plethora of attractions unique to the region.

If it sounds great so far, it’s because it is. But here’s the catch—you mustn’t let the many charms of Barcelona distract you. If you’re a digital nomad or you’re traveling for work, you have to make sure you’re productive enough. It’s easy to get lost in the moment and forget about your worries and responsibilities, but your trips depend on your ability to work hard even when you find yourself in such a beautiful place.

So, what’s the best way to keep your head in the game? From our experience, a motivating coworking space is the most efficient way to keep your feet on the ground and get down to work. Unfortunately, in a city this popular, coworking spaces grow like mushrooms, and it may be challenging to pick the best option. To save you some trouble, we’ve compiled a list of the most productive and charming coworking spaces in each neighborhood of Barcelona.

We think that La Vaca is the coolest place to cowork in Barcelona

Source: La Vaca

If you care about the atmosphere as much as you want to get some work done, La Vaca is the place for you. The vibe is incredibly positive, and this coworking space boasts a colorful community of about 60 members of different profiles and nationalities. If you’re a social person, you’ll quickly find a new bosom friend or two here. The space organizes community lunches and drinks, events, and workshops every week. If you happen to be there at the right time, you may enjoy a Paella Day or some other fun event. Vaqueros—the community members—even have their own sports team!

Location is another benefit of this coworking space. La Vaca (The Cow) is set up at a place that used to be a dairy shop—hence the name—and you can find it in the center of Poble Sec.

Even though the community in La Vaca is an unusually cheerful one, you’d be mistaken to think that the environment is anything but productive. The people who cowork there stick to the same idea—to play hard, you first have to work hard. This is one of the most conducive-to-work places we’ve visited so far.

Many things in La Vaca can make your life easier. Wi-Fi is fast and reliable. Seating is nice and comfy, with bean bags, Bosu ball chairs, and ergonomic chairs.

There is a relatively large kitchen equipped with a microwave oven, a regular oven, espresso machine, a fridge, and everything else that can help you stay properly nourished while you work. Tea and coffee are free.

The chill-out area is in the basement, and it includes a pool table. There is a library and, more importantly, a nap room. Siesta is a serious thing in Spain, and you know, when in Rome…

You can take your dog with you, which should boost the quality of your life immensely. People who don’t have canine companions don’t really get the struggle of having to leave your four-legged buddy for a half a day, every day. La Vaca understands your troubles and is there to make you and your pup a little happier.

When it comes to extra equipment, there are:

  • Projectors
  • Professional lighting equipment
  • Microphones
  • Chromecast
  • Printing equipment

All things considered, La Vaca is an awesome coworking place, so make sure you give it a shot!

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day: EUR 15
  • Per week: EUR 65
  • Per month: EUR 165
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths Yes
Coliving No

Other great coworking spaces in Barcelona

La Vaca is our favorite, but to each their own. If you don’t appreciate the space as much as we do, there are many other (almost equally) fantastic alternatives. Here are the best of them, organized by the neighborhoods in Barcelona.

Coworking spaces in Hospitalet

Aticco Hospitalet

Source: Aticco

Just one part of the Aticco family, Aticco Hospitalet is located between the city and the airport. Depending on your accommodation, this can be the definition of convenience or a deal-breaker.

It catches plenty of natural light, so it’s easy to stay productive and optimistic. It also gives you beautiful views of the city through the windows.

The community is great, the chairs are comfy, and the Wi-Fi is reliable. There’s even a ping pong table. What else do you need?

Open hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per day EUR 19
Per week EUR 60
Per month EUR 99

Honorable mentions

  1. La vitrina
  2. Coworking esplugues
  3. The Bridge
  4. Emcoworking

Coworking spaces in Urquinaona

Utopicus Urquinaona

Source: Utopicus

With about 1400 m2, Utopicus is spacious and pleasant to work in. They have not one, but two terraces, from which you can enjoy the view with a cup of coffee or tea in your hand. Every private office has a private balcony or terrace as well!

The Wi-Fi is fast, so that should make your job much easier. They give you access to the printing equipment, and security cameras cover the entire place.

When you get tired of work, you can do yoga in their yoga studio.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 7 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per month EUR 175

Honorable mentions

  1. Aticco Urquinaona
  2. Sky 4 Office
  3. Coworking Centric

Coworking spaces in Gothic Quarter

The Foundery

Source: The Foundery

Set up in a 19-century building, The Foundery is a pretty coworking space with a prettier terrace with the prettiest view over the Gothic Quarter.

The Foundery provides ergonomic chairs, so you can be comfy while you work. To save you some headaches, they make sure that the Wi-Fi there is fast and reliable.

You can bring your dog if you want, to keep you happy and inspire you. If you have a cat, though, tough luck—only dogs are allowed here.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 7 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per hour EUR 10
Per day EUR 20
Per week EUR 100
Per month EUR 250

Honorable mentions

  1. Barcelona Reial Coworking
  2. OneCoWork Plaça Catalunya
  3. Canvas Barcelona
  4. PIPOCA Coworking

Coworking spaces in Gràcia

Coworking Gràcia

Source: Coworking Gràcia

Coworking Gràcia is a coworking space that’ll offer everything you need. They provide both wired and wireless internet connection. If you need a stable connection, you should use the wires. If you don’t mind a bit weaker signal, but like to move around, you’ll use the Wi-Fi.

When you need to chill out, there is a beautiful terrace, and you can take you coffee or tea and enjoy the sun, gather some vitamin D, and get back to work with new vigor.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 9 pm

Saturday: 9 am – 9 pm

Sunday: 9 am – 9 pm

Price Per month EUR 80

Honorable mentions

  1. Coworking Blitz Gràcia
  2. COCO PLACE
  3. Aurea Coworking
  4. Garden Coworking

Coworking spaces in El Poble Sec

CREC

Source: CREC

If you need to cowork in Barcelona, CREC is one of the places to visit. It has two locations—this one and the other one in Eixample, so at least one of the two is bound to be convenient for you.

They care a lot about their community and organize many events, workshops, and the like. The members have their own Facebook group to stay in touch.

The space is dog-friendly and wheelchair accessible. They have a ping pong table and offer free beer, which is fantastic when you need to relax a bit.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 8 am – 9 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per day EUR 20
Per week EUR 100
Per month EUR 185

Honorable mentions

  1. Stansa Collective
  2. Coworking Ca l’Agustí
  3. MOB Pau – Coworking in Barcelona

Coworking spaces in El Poble Nou

BCNewt Coworking

Source: BCNewt

BCNewt is such a happy-go-lucky coworking space. The best thing about it is the warm and friendly atmosphere, and the cozy and happy feeling it gives you from the moment you step foot on the premises.

There are hammocks and ergonomic chairs, so the place is quite comfortable. There is a kitchen at your disposal, and enough free coffee to satisfy even the most hopeless among the caffeine junkies.

You can use their printing equipment, and high-speed Wi-Fi is more than reliable. What’s not to like?

Open hours 24/7
Price Per hour EUR 25
Per day EUR 114,99
Per month EUR 164,99

Honorable mentions

  1. 021Coworking
  2. Alpha Espai – Poblenou
  3. aPoc aPoc
  4. Jungle Coworking 

Coworking spaces in El Raval

Labideas — Coworking Social del Ateneu del Raval

Source: Labideas — Coworking Social del Ateneu del Raval

The best thing about Labideas is its location—not a ten minutes’ walk from Playa de la Barceloneta. It is within walking distance from the Castell de Montjuïc as well.

The interior doesn’t look like much, but the atmosphere is relaxed and easy-going, and this is a more affordable space than the rest on this list. All in all, it’s a great budget option.

Open hours Monday – Thursday: 8 am – 10 pm

Friday: 8 am – 8 pm

Saturday – Sunday: closed

Price On request

Honorable mentions

  1. Coworking RavalCo — Peaceful Coworking
  2. Coworkidea – Coworking Barcelona
  3. Carretes47

Coworking spaces in El Born

Espai Born

Source: Espai

Espai is one of the prettiest and most unusual coworking places we’ve seen. The aesthetics are unique and incredibly charming, with a certain unfinished look about the place.

The community is great, cheerful, and friendly, and you’ll fit right in. There are darts, arcade games, video games, and a punching bag in the chill-out area. They offer free beer and coffee as well.

It’s comfortable to work in, as they have both ergonomic chairs and standing desks. Wi-Fi is fast and stable, so you can work undisturbed.

Open hours 24/7
Price Per day EUR 15
Per month EUR 100

Honorable mentions

  1. Coworking Born – COR23
  2. Zamness | Coworking Space Barcelona
  3. Camaleo coworking Barcelona

Coworking spaces in Sant Antoni

THEWOOD

Source: THEWOOD

With plenty of plants scattered around, THEWOOD is another beautiful coworking space. The greenery puts you at ease and helps you focus, and the interior looks like it suffered quite a bit of wear and tear, but in a cute, if a bit quaint way.

There are a gallery and a pretty chill out area to stretch your legs when you’ve had enough work.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 8 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price On request

Honorable mentions

  1. MOB Pau – Coworking in Barcelona
  2. Cloudworks Sant Antoni | Coworking y oficinas privadas
  3. Bcn Workspace 
  4. Cahoot Coworking 

Coworking spaces in Barceloneta

OneCoWork Marina Port Vell

Source: OneCoWork

Prepare to be amazed: Marina Port Vell is a coworking space on the water. It gives you a great view of the sea and the city. If this in itself isn’t enough, Marina provides other benefits as well.

The community is relaxed, helpful, and fun. They organize many events, workshops, and outings. A community app and a Facebook group are there so the members can stay in touch.

Skype and podcasting rooms provide you with the space you need in case your job is a bit more unusual than just sitting at a computer writing articles or programs. Online teachers will appreciate the chance to have a bit of space for themselves, for example, and so will everybody who needs to attend a video-conference.

When you want to relax, there’s coffee, beer, a foosball table, a gym, and even massage onsite.

And did we mention that the place is on the water?

Open hours Monday – Friday: 8:30 am – 6:30 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per day EUR 25
Per week EUR 80
Per month EUR 195

Honorable mentions

  1. Monday Barceloneta
  2. QUARTDENOU Beach Coworking Space
  3. Barcelona Tech City

Coworking spaces in Sarrià-Sant Gervasi

WORKSPOT

Source: WORKSPOT

WORKSPOT offers standing desks, free beer, and fast Wi-Fi.

Open hours 24/7
Price Per hour EUR 25
Per day EUR 100
Per month EUR 250

Honorable mentions

  1. Mendel4 Coworking Sarria
  2. Cwork Barcelona Coworking
  3. Talent Garden

Coworking spaces in La Ribera

Eco-Working BCN

Source: Eco-Working

Eco-Working is, you guessed it, an eco-friendly coworking space in Barcelona.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 10 am – 7 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per month EUR 50

Honorable mentions

  1. Coworking Cèntric
  2. MOB Bailen

Coworking spaces in Eixample

Meet BCN

Source: Meet BCN

Located in an incredibly fancy building with high ceilings, Meet BCN provides high-speed Wi-Fi and ergonomic chairs to make your workday a bit easier and more comfortable.

Open hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 7 pm

Saturday: closed

Sunday: closed

Price Per day EUR 30
Per week EUR 95
Per month EUR 292

Honorable mentions

  1. CREC 
  2. BCN575
  3. Cobuilder Hub 
  4. Coworking Platon

Coworking spaces in Les Corts

Espacio Meraki – Coworking

Source: Espacio Meraki

With plenty of natural light, Espacio Meraki makes it very easy to focus and stay productive.

Open hours Monday – Thursday: 9:30 am – 7 pm

Friday: 9:30 am – 3 pm

Saturday – Sunday: closed

Price Per day EUR 17
Per ten days EUR120
Per month EUR 250

Honorable mentions

  1. Zona Autonoma 
  2. Suitwork coworking community
  3. TuroDiagonal

Regus is our least favorite place to cowork in Barcelona

Source: Regus

Regus can be found at 12 locations in Barcelona:

  • 22 Aroba
  • 22 Arroba Mar
  • Diagonal Glorias 22@
  • Diagonal Hightech 22@
  • Gran Via
  • Diagonal
  • Sarria Forum
  • Plaza Catalunya
  • Sants Station
  • World Trade Centre
  • Mas de Roda
  • Mas Blau

Regus is our least favorite coworking space in Barcelona because of the lack of transparency when it comes to pricing.

Regus doesn’t have a clear pricing scheme. The price of their services depends on the location in question. Alone, this lack of clarity wouldn’t be that much of an issue—but you never know what is included in the price and what is not.

One of the benefits of buying services from large companies such as this one is the fact that you expect your membership to allow you access to all—or at least multiple—locations. Sadly, this is not always the case with Regus. In addition, some locations include additional benefits, such as free coffee or the freedom to use their printing equipment free of charge. Other locations charge extra for those little perks. This inconsistency is the crucial downside of Regus, and it makes us pretty unwilling to cowork there.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day: EUR 6 – 11, depending on location
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths No
Coliving No

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Bucharest

Top 12 (and one bottom) coworking spaces in Bucharest, Romania

Romania’s capital Bucharest is an ever-evolving city that never loses its old in favor of the new. It’s an eclectic mixture of many different eras and zeitgeists. You can exit a glass business building and find yourself looking at a clunky communist architectural giant. Feel humbled by a beautiful tricentennial Orthodox church and admire the Belle Epoque splendor of “the Little Paris of the East.” 

If this is your first time visiting, check out this quick guide:

It’s easy to get lost in time here, but when duty calls, we need to find a place to set our workstation. Luckily for all of you who work on the go, Bucharest doesn’t lack in coworking spaces. 

Commons Unirii is the best coworking space in Bucharest

Source: commons.work

Commons has three locations in Bucharest, but this one is our favorite. It’s in the very heart of the city on the prominent Unirii Square, and it spans over three floors. With public transit stations nearby, it’s easy to explore the Romanian capital from here. When you’re done with work, you can also check out one of many cool cafes and restaurants in the neighborhood.

The place has a steampunk vibe to it. English-style lounge furniture, golden-frame paintings, and fireplaces blend perfectly with industrial-looking ceiling lights and massive wooden tables. You’ll feel classy working from here at an affordable price. You can sip their free tea or hand-roasted South American coffee while working on your project or networking with the great community that gathers here.

If you and your team are in urgent need of a meeting room, you’ll always find it here because they have several. As their facilities are spread across three floors, they have everything a remote worker may need:

  • Hot and dedicated desks
  • Private offices
  • Conference rooms
  • An outdoor terrace
  • A yoga studio, etc.

The people who visit the place come from diverse branches, and the crowd never fails to amuse. Commons organizes many social opportunities for their visitors, from free breakfasts to get-togethers at the end of the workday. Whether you’re a social butterfly or a loner, you’ll feel at home here. You can come anytime, day or night, as the place is open 24/7.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per day – €18
  • Per month – €190
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 24 hours 
  • Saturday: 24 hours
  • Sunday: 24 hours
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths No
Coliving No

Cubic Center is our least favorite space to cowork in Bucharest

Source: Cubic Center

Cubic Center is a huge business building with over 27,000 sqm of office spaces. They have offices for rent, and recently, they opened a coworking space there. The building is clean and ultra-modern, and the space doesn’t lack in anything. If you get hungry, you can head to the restaurant on the ground floor and grab a bite.

Cubic Center is our least favorite place on this list. Don’t get us wrong—the space itself is amazing! What bothers us the most about it is that it is in a remote location just outside of Bucharest. It is a bit difficult to find and even access sometimes. You need around 25 minutes from the Old Town on a good-traffic day. Even though the building is state-of-the-art, it’s in a chaotic developing area and almost completely isolated. If this is something that doesn’t bother you, we still recommend you to try Cubic Center.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per month – €100
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 a.m. – 5 p.m
  • Saturday: closed
  • Sunday: closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths No
Coliving No

11 coworking spaces in Bucharest we also recommend

Bucharest is teeming with coworking spaces. Here are our other top picks:

  1. TechHub
  2. TheAtelier.ro
  3. We Love Digital Unirii
  4. Impact Hub
  5. Omega House
  6. V7 Startup Studio
  7. Nod makerspace
  8. Lucrativ
  9. Ingenius Hub
  10. Pura Vida
  11. The Office HUB

TechHub in Sector 2

Source: TechHub Facebook

TechHub is in a convenient location on Strada Nicolae Filipescu in Sector 2. It’s easily accessible by metro. We wouldn’t recommend coming here by car as this is the crowded city center with little parking space available. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants nearby if you want to have lunch outside or go for after-work drinks.

This is a flexible space where the majority of furniture is movable. Aside from the open area, there are:

  1. Several meeting rooms
  2. A lounge zone
  3. A fully stocked kitchen

As the place was primarily designed with techies in mind, it doesn’t lack powerful equipment. There are even computers with dual monitors at your disposal.

The community is open and diverse. It makes everyone feel part of a large family by hosting regular networking events. People often randomly bring treats for everyone and even celebrate their birthdays in the hub by bringing cake for their fellow coworkers. The price of a hot desk is €105 per month, and members can access it 24/7.

TheAtelier.ro in Sector 3

Source: theatelier.ro

TheAtelier.ro coworking space is in the city’s heart of hearts, right in the beautiful Old Town. It’s surrounded by numerous food places you can choose from. There are plenty of cafes around, but you don’t have to look anywhere further for a great cup of coffee—the ground floor is a small cafe-bar.

This place is best suited for solo freelancers and passing travelers as you can pay by the hour. When you take the stairs from the ground floor, you’ll find yourself in an open area with plenty of tables, sockets, and USB ports. You can choose from different seating options. If you prefer to stand up, there are also standing desks available. They have a private meeting room for up to five people and a large conference room.

The people are friendly, and the atmosphere is generally laid-back. Considering the premium location, it’s inexpensive to work from here— 8 RON per hour and 40 RON per day.

We Love Digital Unirii in Sector 3

Source: We Love Digital Unirii

We Love Digital is another coworking space in the center of Bucharest on the vast Unirii Square. That is as convenient a location as you can get, simple to find and access. There’s a variety of food and beverage options within walking distance, and you can move around easily from this place using public transport.

The space is vast and can fit a lot of people. There’s no need to worry about elbowing for space as desks are wide. Some of them even feature dividers that allow for more privacy. If you need even more privacy with your team, there are smaller separate offices for you. There’s also a large conference room. If you want to organize any business event and are looking for a suitable space, you can contact We Love Digital.

The price for a hot desk is 45 RON per day and 450 RON per month. Members get 24-hour access.

What we don’t like about We Love Digital Unirii

There are two things that bother us:

  1. Their chairs are not the most comfortable. If this is a problem for you, but you’d still like to work here, you can bring a portable travel stand desk and work standing up.
  2. There’s not much natural light, but the place is still well-lit. 

Impact Hub in Sector 3

Source: Impact Hub Bucharest

Impact Hub is a global network of coworking spaces with over 100 locations worldwide. In Bucharest, there are three Impact Hub spaces, all in central locations. Our favorite is the hub on Timpuri Noi Square, and we’ll focus on that one.

It’s a large space with all the necessary equipment. You can sit in a beautifully designed open-concept area whose walls are decorated with colorful flower motifs or choose a more private office. There are many different seating options, from comfy office chairs and standing desks to cozy couches. 

As Impact Hub is known to digital nomads around the world, this space hosts quite a mixed, international crowd. The Impact Hub community even has its own app and a Slack channel for members. You may join them for one of their regular drinks or lunches.

The price per month is 1,450 RON.

Omega House in Sector 2

Source: Omega House

Omega House is a community-oriented coworking space in Bucharest’s Sector 2. It’s a nice and quiet location with the Piata Romana metro station nearby. When you decide to take a well-deserved break from hard work, you can head to one of several parks in the neighborhood.

Depending on your preferences, you can set a workstation in one of the following:

  • The Music Hub—a large open area with jazz playing in the background
  • The Quiet Hub—for those who like to work in complete silence

There are also meeting and Skype rooms, a kitchen, and a lounge area. This space gives you access to a rich library with over 3,000 titles. They also offer coliving and have two separate areas for that purpose. Omega House turns into a social hub in the evenings with a variety of cool events they host.

The price for a hot desk is 8 RON per hour and 40 RON per day.

V7 Startup Studio in Sector 1

Source: v7startupstudio

V7 Startup Studio is close to the city center in Sector 1. There are numerous hotels and Airbnb options nearby if you wish to stay close to your coworking space. If you’re into literature, you can also visit the National Museum of Romanian Literature, which is within walking distance. There’s a public transport station in the vicinity, and if you’re coming by bike, there’s bike parking available.

This place was opened with startups and fresh entrepreneurs in mind. They can gather here, exchange ideas, and grow together. That doesn’t mean that others can’t join—V7’s door is open for anyone who wants to work in an inviting, cozy setting. You’ll enjoy all of their rooms adorned in soft pastel colors and supported by heavy wooden beams. Feel free to help yourself to free coffee and tea as well as to free snacks.

The price per day is €22 per day, and per month, it’s €220.

Nod makerspace in Sector 3

Source: Nod makerspace

Nod makerspace is yet another coworking space around the popular Unirii Square. There’s quite a number of choices in the area. This one is especially great for all the creative types—designers, engineers, artists, etc.

It is not only a coworking space but also a workshop where you can roll up your sleeves and make stuff with your own two hands. They provide all the necessary equipment as well as a variety of materials. 

They divide their spaces into the following categories to suit everyone:

  • The quiet
  • The casual
  • The active
  • The private

Whatever it is that you’re working on, you’ll be able to find the right spot to set your workstation here. When you need a break, you can play some ping pong or chill at the rooftop bar.

The price for this pleasure is 47 RON per day and 520 RON per month. It is open 24/7, so you can pop by anytime.

Lucrativ in Sector 2

Source: Lucrativ Facebook

Lucrativ is the most gorgeous place on our list. It’s situated in a 100-year-old house repurposed for coworking. It’s right next to the famous Foișorul de Foc (The Fire Tower). There are a bunch of restaurants and shops around, so you can either go there or order in whatever you may need. 

Lots of natural light coming through tall windows, potted plants everywhere, parquet flooring, colorful pictures, and murals—they all lend this spacious house an air of grandeur. You’ll feel like royalty working from here. Lucrativ is best suited for creative people looking for inspiration while sipping excellent free coffee or tea.

If you become a member, you can enjoy this dazzling space 24/7. You can also rent the space for all kinds of events, or you can join those that Lucrativ curates. The price is €65 a day and €100 a week.

Ingenius Hub in Sector 2

Source: Ingenius Hub Facebook

Ingenius Hub is a small intimate coworking space in Sector 2. It is only a couple of minutes away from the metro station. It’s super close to TechHub, so you can check out both spaces at once and decide which one you prefer.

This place is so small and cozy because it is a repurposed loft. It can only host around 30 people, and the whole space is one large open area. The owners kept the structure of the loft, so there are “pockets” half separated from the rest of the space that can seat up to six people. There is free coffee, tea, and drinkable water, and you can use the shared kitchen if you want to.

The price is €18 per day and €95 per month. As the space is small, you’d be better off paying for the whole month in advance.

Pura Vida in Sector 1

Source: Pura Vida Facebook

Pura Vida is located in the center of the city in an old historical building with a beautiful balcony view of the Old Town. It is the first coworking hub in the city center with the possibility of coliving. The location is top-notch—the space is at the corner of two popular pedestrian streets, Lipscani and Smârdan. 

You can choose to work in a large open area or sit at the balcony sipping coffee or tea. Speaking of tea, Pura Vida is also a tea house. Apart from these seating options, there is a separate relaxation area where you can chat and chill during your breaks. There’s also a kitchen for guests.

Pura Vida organizes networking events every week. These include workshops, debates, get-togethers, etc.

For such a perfect location, the space is surprisingly cheap—only €5 per day and €30 per week.

The Office Hub in Sector 3

Source: The Office HUB

The Office HUB is the most traditional-looking coworking space of all the spaces on our list. If old-school offices are your preferred choice, head straight here. The place is easily accessible. It’s on the first floor of a business building, and you can use free parking on the premises. There are parks and food places nearby. You can also eat in the restaurant on the ground floor of the same building.

This space is clean and bright with lots of daylight. Smokers can use a wide balcony. Apart from the main open-space area, there’s also a meeting room for up to 12 people. The Office HUB is fully equipped with printers, lockers, scanners, and anything you might need.

The price is 70 RON per day and 160 RON per week.

What we don’t like about The Office HUB

Even though the emphasis here is on professionalism and practicality, the space could use some decoration to make it less grim and depressing.

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Athens

5 fantastic coworking spaces in Athens and one to avoid

As the capital of Greece, Athens is the first stop in this country for most digital nomads. Several years ago, the city started to nurture the startup scene, and that is how many of today’s coworking spaces came to be. It doesn’t have many opportunities for individual work, but it’s ideal for networking, collaborations, and entrepreneurship. Other than places to work from, Athens is full of history and tradition, so take a look at what else you can do there:  

The situation is far from perfect for digital nomads in Athens since it’s not easy to find decent internet, even in coworking spaces. Since the city is full of ancient ruins, it turns out it’s hard to install fiber optic cables. Because of this, you will mostly get 5–15 Mbps, which can slow down your work. With this in mind, we’ve prepared a list of coworking spaces you should give a try.   

Spaces is our top place to cowork in Athens

Image source: Spaces Facebook

Spaces is a coworking space belonging to a global brand with locations all over the world. This place offers dedicated desks and offices for monthly rent to individuals, teams, and companies.

It has two floors fully equipped with comfortable furniture, like ergonomic chairs, standing desks, and sofas. There is an abundance of natural light and bright colors, creating ideal conditions for a full day of work.

Dedicated desks are nestled in the corners, providing enough privacy and a tranquil environment. If you come here with a friend, you can use the seating booths with comfortable cushioned seats and desks big enough for laptops and other equipment.

When it comes to Wi-Fi, it’s fast and reliable, something not all coworking spaces in Athens have. You can upload and download large files, have uninterrupted video chats, and even watch streaming services.

Many digital nomads, international companies, and local startups use Spaces as their hub, so it is also an awesome place for networking. The roof terrace is a great spot to take a break while admiring the view of the Acropolis and enjoy a cup of coffee prepared by on-site baristas.

Basics
Pricing
  • €160 per month
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday–Friday: 9 am–6 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths No
Coliving No

The Found.ation is our least favorite place to cowork in Athens

Image source: The Found.ation website

The Found.ation is not a bad coworking space. The main focus of this space is to serve as a startup hub and to provide educational programs for companies and entrepreneurs.

This makes it great for teams and collaborators, but not so comfortable for individuals. The space is noisy and crowded, with nowhere to sit and have some privacy. You may be able to catch some quiet time in the morning, but that won’t last for long. It’s a good idea to come here during the pitching events and workshops since you can meet people and pick up some useful advice for your business.

If you work on a project with other people, The Found.ation is perfect for presentations and meetings. The space comes with a projector, scanner, and printer, as well as PCs, if you need them. Otherwise, it’s a waste of time for individuals who are only looking for a desk to work from.

Basics
Pricing
  • €15 per day
  • €50 per week
  • €150 per month
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday–Friday: 9:30 am–7:30 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices No
Phone booths No
Coliving No

Four coworking spaces in Athens we also recommend

Here are some other coworking spaces we also liked in Athens:

  1. Stone Soup
  2. Tzaferi 16
  3. Impact Hub Athens
  4. Athens Place

Stone Soup

Image source: Stone Soup Facebook

Stone Soup is located in the center of Athens and offers office space to small companies and digital nomads. Besides working there, you can also apply for mentorship programs and get consulting services for your projects.

Most of the chairs are ergonomic, but if you fail to grab one, there’s plenty of space to install the travel stand desk. A seating set in the lounge area is also fairly comfortable to work, but as a last resort.

They regularly organize events and workshops, as well as casual gatherings, like community lunches and meet-ups. If you want to stretch and relax, you can join the yoga group practicing on the roof terrace in the evenings.

Coffee is not free, but Stone Soup has other perks, like showers and a pet-friendly policy. All members get access to the Slack channel and Facebook group, expanding the opportunities to meet coworkers or contact the staff.               

Tzaferi 16

Image source: Tzaferi 16 Facebook

Tzaferi 16 is one of the most popular coworking spaces in Athens. This multi-story space offers open floor plans, creating one big community of coworkers.

Once a factory, today it is a modern space with lots of dedicated desks, offices and conference rooms for companies and individuals. Members have access to state-of-the-art equipment for meetings, presentations, and workshops.

A fascinating thing about the space is the indoor atrium called the Olive Tree, where you can play basketball or shoot pool with other coworkers. If playing sports is not your thing, the in-house café serves free coffee, and you can enjoy a cup in one of their super comfy chairs.

Unfortunately, Tzaferi is not perfect. This coworking space is a bit pricey. Another issue is the noise since most of the space is open-plan. This is not such a problem for those in closed offices, but people working from dedicated desks may need headphones to drown the noises.

Impact Hub Athens 

Image source: Impact Hub Athens Facebook

Impact Hub Athens is a coworking space intended for collaborative projects, meetings, workshops, and individual work.

This space is located inside the townhouse with trees in the courtyard and stone walls inside. Because of this, Impact Hub Athens is a relaxing space ideal for those working in the creative fields or looking for a peaceful environment.

Some chairs are not as comfortable as the others, but you can always use one of the standing desks. In case you need to lie down, there is a lounge area where you can take a nap or enjoy coffee from the kitchen. Just make sure to keep your belongings close since Impact Hub Athens doesn’t have personal lockers to keep your things safe.    

Athens Place 

Image source: Athens Place Facebook

Athens Place is an elegant coworking space in Kolonos with lots of natural light and minimalist design.

All workstations have ergonomic chairs, and some are even equipped with computers and phones. If you need to use the conference room, you will have to book it ahead since a lot of members come here for the meetings only. On the bright side, there are plenty of events and workshops, perfect for networking, where you can meet people from various niches.

The owners plan to expand Athens Place to include an outdoor area, playroom, and a gym for members. For now, that is still in the works, and you will have to be satisfied with simple things, like free coffee and luxurious couches.           

More coworking spaces and some cafés in Athens you should check out:

Best (and Worst) Coworking Spaces in Prague

The good, the bad, and the ugly coworking spaces in Prague

Working from home undoubtedly has its perks, but staying indoors all by your lonesome can quickly get old. Having an alternative place to go out to work from is invaluable, and the coworking spaces are popping up like popcorn all over the globe. 

For the last couple of years, the trend has caught on in the Czech Republic as well. Its capital boasts numerous coworking places beloved by its growing population of remote workers, freelancers, and digital nomads coming from all four corners of the world. Prague also has a thriving startup scene, and the coworking hubs here have been partnering up with various companies that offer support programs for young entrepreneurs.

We give you the 17 most-talked-about spots in Prague. Read on to find out which ones took our breath away and which left us a little bit underwhelmed. Let’s see what Prague has to offer in terms of coworking spaces.

We believe the coworking spaces that deserve mention the most are:

  1. Opero
  2. Locus Workspace
  3. Coffice Prague
  4. SVĚT-HUB
  5. Paper Hub
  6. Node5
  7. DESK ROOM
  8. IN-SPIRO
  9. Pracovna & Laskafe
  10. Sněmovní 7
  11. Impact Hub Praha D10
  12. HubHub
  13. WorkLounge Diamant
  14. Design Friendly cup&hub
  15. Prague Startup Centre
  16. Locco Workspace
  17. WorkLounge, Karlín

Opero is the all-encompassing coworking space in Prague and a top choice on our list!

Source: OPERO

Opero is a true upscale space that is a rarity among coworking spaces. It is furnished to perfection, so if your surroundings influence your work motivation, this the place for you to be! It has to offer anything and everything you could possibly need in a coworking space, including but not limited to:

  • Excellent connectivity
  • Printing and copying services
  • Administration services
  • Private offices
  • Office registration package
  • Hot and dedicated desks
  • Meeting room
  • On-site cafe
  • Apple TV
  • Outdoor terrace
  • Skype room

Opero is a creativity-inspiring space designed to accommodate seasoned professionals. It has recently started to attract the attention of digital nomads and freelancers as well. You will be able to cowork with and learn from experts in various fields in this place. 

It is in the vicinity of Old Town Square, so it is easily found by foreigners and locals alike. It is wheelchair accessible and welcoming to pets. The only stumbling block is that it may be slightly too pricey for the average coworker, especially because it only offers monthly and yearly membership packages.

Basics
Pricing
  • Hot desk, per month: CZK 2,500
  • Dedicated desk, per month: CZK 7,500
  • Rentable office space: starting from CZK 40,000
  • Office support in downtown Prague: starting from CZK 4,000
  • Club membership, per year: CZK 18.000
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Friday: 7 am – 10 pm
  • Saturday: 8 am – 6 pm
  • Sunday: 8 am – 6 pm
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Locus Workspace is the ultimate English-speaking coworking space in Prague!

Source: Locus Workspace

Locus Workspace is situated at the heart of Prague, which is a crossroads for many international travelers, so Locus is the place where they meet!

The language that is spoken inside this coworking space itself and in which all of the events are held is English, so this spot is where most digital nomads meet when they come to Prague. If you are interested in expanding your network to an international audience and finding like-minded foreign professionals to connect with, Locus Workspace is the right choice for you!

Join Locus’ Slack members’ channel and attend regular events, such as Hump Day Fridays or Writers’ Critique Nights, to become a part of this international community. In case you are considering moving to Prague, you will also have a chance to meet many expats here who can help ease your transition into your new environment.

The downside is that the place is a rather compact one, and the meeting room can get a bit snug. There are also no private offices at the moment. 

Basics
Pricing
    • Per day: CZK 400
    • Evenings & weekends: CZK 1,500 a month
    • Per week: CZK 1,900
    • Hot desk, per month: CZK 3,500
    • Fixed desk, per month: CZK 4,500
    • Virtual office: CZK 3,000 a month
  • One-day FREE trial

*VAT not included (21%)

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Friday: 9.30 am – 5.30 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms No
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

Coffice Prague is the ideal coworking space for Latin culture aficionados!

Source: Coffice Prague

Coffice Prague is another coworking hub in the very center of the city. As opposed to the previous spot on our list, Coffice is a huge space. On its 240 square meters, it has:

    1. The Main Room with hot desk seats, the cafe, the podium, and the chilling area
    2. The Shared Office with dedicated desks
    3. The Conference Room that can host up to ten people
  • An outdoor garden

This space was founded by Argentinian entrepreneurs, so they keep quite a lively Latino atmosphere here. It is the perfect spot to hone your Spanish or Portuguese language skills. The membership will also grant you access to their offices in Brazil and Argentina. Travel goals, anyone?

Part coworking space and part a cafe, Coffice lets you work until about 6 pm, and then — the fun begins! Life is too short to be wasted away grinding, so leave it up to Coffice to keep you entertained as well! Whether it is exhibitions, yoga classes, or live music evenings, they will keep you coming back for more events.

The trouble with this coworking spot is that it is slightly hard to find the first time you come around. They are in the process of getting permits to install street signs and pointers. Until then, give them a call or message them on WhatsApp if you need help finding the address.

Basics
Pricing
  • Hot desk, per hour: CZK 70
  • Hot desk, two hours or more: CZK 60 an hour
  • Hot desk, 20 hours: CZK 1,000
  • Private desk, per month: CZK 5,400
  • Conference room, per hour: CZK 500
  • Coworking+coliving packages: available on inquiry
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Friday: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: No
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms No
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving Yes

SVĚT-HUB is the hippest coworking spot on our list!

Source: SVĚT-HUB

SVĚT-HUB has offices just minutes away from Náměstí Míru, making it available to anyone who steps foot in downtown Prague. 

What makes this place stand out from the crowd is the type of clientele that it attracts. It is a meeting place for youngsters who are immersed in the world of blogging, IT, developing, programming, and similar professions. It inspires a casual, informal atmosphere that is ideal for exchanging ideas. 

The place hosts numerous events, such as exhibitions, book nights, brand evenings, and gastronomic events. It is a perfect spot for informal business meetings, frequently held even around the ping-pong table. There is an on-site coffee shop as well, with delicious coffee flavors to make you feel at home.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per hour: CZK 60
  • Per day: CZK 350
  • Per month: CZK 2,500
  • Small meeting room: CZK 350 an hour
  • Small meeting room: CZK 1,190 (four hours)
  • Small meeting room: CZK 1,790 a day
  • Big meeting room: CZK 990 an hour (8 am – 7 pm)
  • Big meeting room: CZK 3,490 (4 hours)
  • Big meeting room: CZK 5,990 (8 hours)
  • Big meeting room: CZK 390 an hour (on weekends)
  • Big meeting room: CZK 1,490 (4 hours, 7–11 pm)

*VAT not included

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Friday: 10 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: No
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks No
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices No
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

Paper Hub is the most tech-forward coworking space in Prague!

Source: Paper Hub

Paper Hub is the only coworking space in the world that charges its fees only in cryptocurrencies. You will be required to pay in either bitcoin or litecoin, so if you are distrustful towards such an approach, you may want to skip this place.

If you do decide to venture this unconventional payment method, the staff will guide you through it if you are a complete novice. You will need to download a special wallet app on your smartphone, which you will use to pay your fee. There is an on-site bitcoin ATM, which will convert your CZK cash to bitcoin.

Another thing that singles this coworking spot from a sea of others is its prototype studio — Maker’s Lab. If you are interested in 3D printing, this is the place where you can master it.

There is a famous Bitcoin Cafe on-site, where you can get a complimentary tea, coffee, or energy drink, and lots more that you can pay for — you guessed it — only in crypto money!

Basics
Pricing
  • Eight hours a month: CZK 500
  • 30 hours a month: CZK 1,900
  • 60 hours a month: CZK 2,600
  • Unlimited access per month: CZK 3,500
  • Fixed desk, per month: CZK 4,500
  • Meeting room, per hour: CZK 350
  • Fixed desk, 24-hour access: CZK 5,700 a month
  • Shared desk, 24-hour access: CZK 4,500 a month

*you can only pay in bitcoin and litecoin currencies

High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Friday: 8 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: 12 am – 6 pm
  • Sunday: 12 am – 6 pm
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk Yes
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms No
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

Node5 is an excellent choice for small teams and startups!

Source: Node5

Node5 was established in an abandoned factory in 2012 and has been growing ever since. It is currently one of the largest coworking spaces in Prague. Node5 caters to independent professionals, digital nomads, freelancers, small companies, and startups. It focuses on tech startups, in particular. Those companies have Accelerator programs available for them due to the partnership Node5 has with StartUp Yard. 

But don’t think this coworking space will only attract a hacker crowd, as you can choose a package that most suits your business needs. You can hop in daily when the need arises, host a workshop, or hold a meeting every once in a while. Alternatively, you can purchase full membership on a monthly basis and also enjoy the space round the clock whenever it suits you.

Among its many amenities, you will have access to a well-equipped kitchen, on-site showers, a chill-out lounge area, and catering services. This spot is also cat- and dog-friendly, so you can bring your pet to work with you! It is also a great conversation starter to get you chatting up with other members.

The only thing to complain about is that the offices of Node5 are somewhat away from the city center. Potential members may be discouraged by that fact, but if you are in need of strong support for growing your business, you may want to overlook that detail. Node5 is the place to be for those just starting out in Prague.

Basics
Pricing
    • One time entry: CZK 200 
    • 10-day pass: CZK 990
    • Hot desk, per month: CZK 1,300 (reception hours)
    • Hot desk, per month: CZK 1,900 (24/7 access)
    • Dedicated desk, per month: CZK 2,900 (24/7 access)
  • One FREE trial day
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Thursday: 9 am – 6 pm
  • Friday: 9 am – 3 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: Yes
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms No
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms Yes
Phone booths / Skype rooms Yes
Coliving No

DESK ROOM is the coworking center we liked the least in Prague!

Source: DESK ROOM

DESK ROOM is located in two locations in the Czech Republic — Prague and Pardubice. Its Prague offices are set up on the Mala Strana, the historical center, that is quite a distance from the business-oriented downtown.

This coworking space has private offices and meeting rooms. It also offers postal services and video conferencing to its members. Apart from that, there is a lounge area for break-time and a kitchen that provides free coffee.

Although there are no particularly negative online reviews about this coworking center, we were quite underwhelmed by it. It leaves much to be desired in terms of the amenities it offers to its members. There is no conference room or Skype or phone sound-proof booth. It seems like the place is not tech-forward at all as it doesn’t offer any gadgets on-site. 

The furniture is also rather old-fashioned and uncomfortable for a prolonged stay. Most of the desks are organized in the form of cubicles, which is not a creativity-inducing setting in our book.

Basics
Pricing
  • Per hour: CZK 50
  • 10 hours: CZK 480
  • 20 hours: CZK 880
  • 50 hours: CZK 1,925
  • 100 hours: CZK 3,300
High-Speed Internet 100 megabit fiber
Open Hours
  • Monday — Friday: 8 am – 5 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
  • 24-hour member access: No
Ergonomics
Comfortable Chairs No
Standing Desk No
Workspaces
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms No
Private Offices Yes
Conference room / Event rooms No
Phone booths / Skype rooms No
Coliving No

There are even more coworking hubs in Prague!

How do you like the selection of coworking spots in Prague? In case you need some more inspiration or ideas on where to work from, we have some more suggestions for you. Make sure you also check out these ten coworking places:

  1. IN-SPIRO
  2. Pracovna & Laskafe
  3. Sněmovní 7
  4. Impact Hub Praha D10
  5. HubHub
  6. WorkLounge Diamant
  7. Design Friendly cup&hub
  8. Prague Startup Centre
  9. Locco Workspace
  10. WorkLounge, Karlín