Are you looking for the best spaces to work in Barcelona? This list is perfect for you if you’re thinking of signing up for a coworking space because you can’t stand working at home anymore, or you have just moved to Barcelona and would like to meet other freelancers and remote workers in an inspiring atmosphere. Are you just curious to find out what this coworking fuss is all about? Then this post is for you!
A few months ago I officially joined the “coworking movement” – and it has really improved my life! Before that, it was a bit harder for me to find the perfect space to work in Barcelona. I used to work a lot in cafes where I could find good coffee, good wifi and a pleasant atmosphere, so I will share some of those with you too in case you’re not ready to sign up for a coworking space yet or you only need to work outside just for a few hours.
I have to give a special thanks to Croissant, because it’s thanks to them I have been able to find super interesting and comfortable spaces to work in Barcelona – but not only. On their app you can find spots to work both around the city and around the world! Croissant is a platform and an app where you can find spaces to work in many cities around the world and access all of them through one single monthly fee. There are three subscription options, click here to read more and to get a free trial + 15€ credit! So without further ado, here’s the list of the 10 best workspaces in Barcelona:
Sowo is a beautiful, bright space which is definitely interior design goals. I have to admit every time I’m there, I wish it was my apartment! Apart from the perfect esthetic side, for me this is a great space to work in Barelona because it has so much space and different rooms, such as a room for creativity and brainstorming and a phone call booth. Plus, have I mentioned how pretty it is?
CREC has two spatious locations in the
city center: one on Gran Via and another one in Poble Sec. Practical
and comfortable, CREC has everything you need to have a productive
workday. My favorite features about CREC are definitely the
high-speed internet and their long hours – it’s open from Monday to
Friday from 9 AM to 9 PM.
Right next to Plaza Cataluña, Imagin
Cafe is a free space to work and let your creativity flow. Yes, that
means they have a lot of space where you can sit even if you don’t
purchase anything and enjoy high-speed wifi. They have events
happening all the time where you can learn, connect and even showcase
your work. On the downside, this also means that, sometimes, the
working area is closed when there are events happening. You can also
find a coffee space with very reasonably priced coffee and
I love the decoration at Jungle
Coworking, which will make you feel like you’re somewhere in the wild
in Bali. I know, at this point you might be thinking: do you go to
coworkings fufill your Pinterest interior dreams or do you actually
work? I do both, okay? Jungle Coworking also has a photography studio
available to rent, and its friendly owner is also a talented
This minimalistic, Japanese-inspired space serves delicious wholesome food in a very centric location and very cozy yet quiet atmosphere. You can be certain you can focus here after a good cup of coffee and one of their fantastic sweet or savory bowls!
Located in charming El Born, at Alsur
Backdoor Cafe you will find a good variety of tasty food all day long
in an attractive decor that offers a great place for working on your
laptop or having an informal meeting!
Delicious sandwiches and food in a
clean, modern decor. I love the fact the space is very bright (which
I have come to realize is so important for me in order to have a long
and productive day). The staff is super friendly, the food is
delicious and you can be certain you’ll find a spot to sit down and
My first impression when I first went
to FabCafe was that creativity was flowing all over the place there!
Apart from the café area where you can sit and work while enjoying a
cup of coffee, they also have a coworking area for members only. One
of the coolest features is the 3D printer that welcomes you at the
entrance of the café!
Another very centric spot, La Esquina
is a great alternative to sitting at a Starbucks (or even worse) when
you’re on the go near Plaza Cataluña. The decor is cozy with a touch
of chic, and their dishes are a great excuse for a good brunch that
will give you the energy you need before you start grinding.
This very interesting space defines itself as a “coffice” – a café and an office, and that’s exactly what you were looking for, right? Beautiful, bright spaces with some touches of color here and there. I love the fact they offer specialty coffee, because let’s be honest – the only thing I miss when working at a coworking space is some actually good coffee!
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