best coworking spaces in europe

The 100 Best Coworking Spaces In Europe

Here at Ridestore Magazine, the world of co-working, freelancing and building dreams around your passions is something very close to our hearts. We are freelancers from all over the world and remote workers based in all the weird and wonderful places on the planet. We know first hand how tough it can be to find a calm, light, bright and stimulating place to work to encourage you to thrive. We have some remote workers who opt for a beach shack in Thailand and others who prefer a relaxed office space in a city, between adventures of course!

That’s why we thought it was high time, someone put together the pinnacle, the landmark, the one, the only, ultimate guide to co-working in Europe. We want you to be able to land on this page, find the best spaces in your city or if you plan to travel!

Which Coworking Spaces Are The Best

Coworking in Europe - Quick Stats

You might be fooled into thinking that freelancing and co-working is still a bit of an anomaly. Thinking you won’t find many fellow dreamers or indeed co-working space locations in any given city. But you would be so wrong! You don’t need to work in Starbucks and spend your entire salary on coffees so they don’t kick you out! Luckily for you, you can grab an artisan coffee, surrounded by succulents and potted plants, in multiple locations in your area.

In fact, there were as many as 20,000 co-working spaces worldwide by the early part of 2020 (3).

coworking in europe stats

The number of co-working spaces worldwide is projected to (...) cross over 40,000 by 2024. While the industry is set to grow at a slower pace in 2020, we expect growth to rebound and develop even more rapidly from 2021 onwards, with a yearly growth rate of 21.3%.

Coworking Resources

Given that co-working has become, big business, so-to-speak, what distinguishes one location from the next? We took a deeper dive into the best spots in Europe to discover what makes them great! So, whether you are just passing through, or indeed finding your next permanent spot to work, network, grow and develop, let’s find out more!

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Day Pass

Price for a whole day as a visitor in the coworking space. Some spaces unfortunately only offer memberships. In those cases we stated the day pass as unavailable. 

Membership

Cheapest membership available at the coworking space. Minimum 8 hrs per day, 5 days per week. Or in coworking language: Full Time Hot Desking.

Google Rating

Google Ratings from August 2020. We only chose coworking spaces with great customer ratings because we love good service!

NOTE: Some of the co-working spaces are facing local restrictions due to the Covid-19 pandemics. Check out their website to get information on how it is affecting their space and which measures are taken to keep their coworkers safe and healthy. 

Coworking Spaces On The British Isles

England & Wales

With 1,044 spaces (2019), the United Kingdom leads the list of the highest number of coworking spaces in Europe. Globally, it is only surpassed by the United States (3,700) and India (2,197). In 2019, almost 7% of London’s Commercial Real Estate market was occupied by flexible workspaces, and these figures continue to grow. (3, 5)

London - Work.Life Bermondsey

Bermondsey Work.Life Coworking London
Photo credit: work.life
Day Pass
£32
Membership
from £180
Google Rating
4,5

The beauty of Work.Life is that it is truly flexible, even being able to pay for a hot desk per hour and still have access to all its amenities, such as that well-needed coffee. If you’re freelancer, it’s perfect to network and socialise with weekly yoga and pizza evenings, definitely getting your money’s worth.

Recommended By Coworker Angelica

Ridestore readers like to stay far away from cities such as London, but you would be surprised how many die-hard ski and snowboard lovers live in the city in the Summer. You'll be able to find them here before escaping to the mountains in the Winter.

Birmingham - Meltingpot

Melting Pot Birmingham Coworking
Photo credit: meltingpot.space
Day Pass
£10
Membership
from £150
Google Rating
5,0

This is for creatives to feel welcome, thrive and collaborate in a unique space, in an art-deco renovated grade 2 listed building in the heart of the city. It’s a great spot to get those creative juices flowing and work hard in a professional, yet open environment.

Manchester - Behive Lofts

Behive Lofts Manchester Coworking
Photo credit: beehivelofts.co.uk
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from £275
Google Rating
4,7

The Beehive Lofts is a funkily renovated mill to create ‘industrial luxury’ for solo workers through to larger business with a monthly all-inclusive rent. There is chill-out areas, pool tables, free breakfasts and a luxurious inviting environment.

Leeds - Duke Studios

Duke Studios Leeds Coworking
Photo credit: duke-studios.com
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from £115
Google Rating
4,5

Duke Studios is an awesome, edgy space to make coworking fun. For a relatively cheap price, you get free meeting rooms, tea and coffee, plus free rental of their pool e-bikes and road bikes, so you can run errands around the city or simply go for a lunch break bike ride to get clear the mind. It’s a very sociable environment with a cool bar attached, where you can enjoy an apres work craft lager with your fellow co-space buddies.

Recommended By Coworker Angelica

Network and make friends with the OG freelancers who have been using the facilities since way back when, to those who are trying to get their epic projects off the ground. They really have fostered a sense of community spirit here and a space where lending a hand is the norm.

Bristol - Raw Space

Raw Space Bristol Coworking
Photo credit: raw-space.co.uk
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from £199
Google Rating
4,9

At Raw Space, they are helping you build your business by providing a professional environment that encourages collaboration, networking and a community for you to develop. They have 4 different levels of monthly packages to suit you, so you don’t pay for more than you need, plus great services such as setting up your business address and mail with them, so you can be a pro in no time. There is also an outside working space, so you never miss a sunny day whilst working.

Brighton - PLATF9RM

Platf9rm Coworking Brighton
Photo credit: platf9rm.com
Day Pass
£20
Membership
from £225
Google Rating
4,8

PLATF9RM is Brighton and Hove’s biggest network of coworking spaces where around 850 people join this community to work hard to build your business, but also get the chance to socialise with other like-minded people. The space is also host to inspirational evenings, such as International Women’s Day events, talks and peer to peer learning sessions.

Liverpool - DoES Coworking

DoES Coworking Liverpool
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Day Pass
£12
Membership
from £180
Google Rating
5,0

DoES coworking space in Liverpool is a light and open space, perfect for hopping in and out whenever you need for very flexible working. On top of that, it has state of the art facilities such as laser cutting and workshop areas, which would usually be very expensive. If you’re a parent, they encourage you to bring your children at no extra cost so you can save money on childcare and your kids can have fun and make new friends along the way.

Cardiff - Rabble Studio

Cardiff Rabble Studio Coworking
Photo credit: rabble.studio
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from £100
Google Rating
5,0

Rabble has built a professional environment to cater part-time freelancers and single business owners to get away from WFH, and getting it done. You have the option to hot desk, work in the casual lounge areas or have a permanent desk there, which is perfect to accomodating all types of work set ups. They encourage an online community, where you can register your business address, collab and join events.

Scotland

Edinburgh is the number one city in the UK to provide flexible work. With 41% of all employees being able to work remotely, it surprisingly passes UKs capital, London, by a 10% margin. (6)

Edinburgh - The Loft Boutique Coworking

Edinburgh The Loft
Photo credit: offsource.co.uk
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from £225
Google Rating
5,0

Need a boutique, cosy, small and intimate workspace in Edinburgh? Join the Off Source! Lockable pedestals are provided for overnight storage (why not head to the pub after work and leave your laptop safe) and your own keys to come and go as you like. The loft is an easy-going, relaxed environment with an abundance of natural light and tea/coffee free of charge. Does what it says on the tin, a great place to work in the city.

Glasgow - RookieOven

Glasgow Rookie Oven Coworking
Photo credit: RookieOven Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from £120
Google Rating
4,8

The rookie oven is a super affordable co-working space situated in Fairfield Shipyard. The area is a hub of engineering excellence for over 150 years which has set the tone for this innovative co-working space. Immerse yourself in a friendly community of creative businesses and grow your company or nurture your skills or expertise from within their inspiring space.

Ireland

Dublin has the highest average city space size index in Europe. On average, a coworking space in Dublin comprises 16,932 square feet. Dublin is also known as the home of tech giants such as Facebook and Google and the coworking movement is expected to grow within the next few years. (8)

Dublin - The Tara Building

Dublin The Tara Building
Photo credit: The Tara Building Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 245 €
Google Rating
4,6

The Tara Building believe work is better together and they have proved this is an excellent philosophy. Co-working gives freelancers, entrepreneurs and start-ups a friendly environment to thrive in, collaborate in and grow. A hot desk on the co-working floor caters towards those who need a flexible, 24/7 access workspace. You can also just take any open seat and start your work, headphone in and focus or join colleagues for lunch.

Coworking Spaces In Central Europe

Germany

Germany and India are the two fastest-growing coworking destinations, followed by the United States and Canada. The profitability of German coworking spaces has been increasing for the last couple of years and therefore is an interesting option for entrepreneurs, investors, and start-ups. The average profit margin of a German coworking space is 15%. (3, 8)

Berlin - Weserland

weser.land coworking space berlin
Photo credit: weser.land
Day Pass
18 € (trial day)
Membership
from 160 €
Google Rating
4,5

Weserland in the magical city of Berlin has created a very aesthetically pleasing and exciting coworking environment, with hammocks for your power naps and good coffee so you can focus hard. It’s been voted top 10 by Forbes for best coworking spaces in the world, so you can’t argue with that.

Hamburg - Die Diele

Die Diele Coworking Hamburg
Photo credit: Die Diele Facebook
Day Pass
16 €
Membership
from 230 €
Google Rating
5,0

Die Diele in Hamburg is an ideal central location in the city, so you are always surrounded by the hustle and bustle whilst residing in the coworking space to focus. It has areas for all kinds of working set ups, hot desks, bean bag chairs, meetings rooms and fixed desks all in a large, open plan and inviting environment.

Munich - Velvet Space

velvet space coworking munich
Photo credit: Velvet Space Facebook
Day Pass
25 €
Membership
from 300 €
Google Rating
5,0

Velvet Space is beautifully decorated to ensure you work in an atmosphere that breeds concentration and creativity. They have the perfect space as a venue for your work events and networking, providing the service to help you plan and take the hard work out of it for you. Plus, they work hard to be sustainable and even have an urban garden, where they are growing vegetables you can add to your lunchtime salad.

Cologne - Cowoki Coworking Plus

Cowoki Coworking Cologne
Photo credit: COWOKI Coworking plus Facebook
Day Pass
28 €
Membership
from 390 €
Google Rating
5,0

Cowoki has very good facilities and at an amazing standard, so you can simply settle down, make yourself at home and get focused on the task in hand. They even offer in-house childcare services in combination with their parent membership pass. The perfect place to get your work responsibilities done while having your child  playing next door.

Frankfurt - SleevesUp! Gallus

Sleeves Up Coworking Frankfurt
Photo credit: sleevesup.de
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 120 €
Google Rating
4,9

At Sleeves Up solo workers to small teams and businesses can use the inviting space and all their amazing facilities, including tea and coffee. The perks also extend to being a dog-friendly space, so you can have a companion whilst working, and networking events to meet other fellow freelancers.

Stuttgart - Impact Hub

Impact Hub Stuttgart Coworking
Photo credit: stuttgart.impacthub.net
Day Pass
30 €
Membership
from 125 €
Google Rating
4,7

Hub Impact in Stuttgart is a renovated warehouse building, with some edgy and unique features and design, which should be the perfect space to get the creative juices flowing. If you are interested in networking or building a community around you whilst you solo work, they have a community membership, so you can be part of something more than the digital nomad life.

Leipzig - Raumstation Coworking

Raumstation Leipzig Coworking
Photo credit: Raumstation Coworking Leipzig Facebook
Day Pass
16 €
Membership
from 160 €
Google Rating
4,9

Raumstation is another edgy warehouse building, with tall ceilings and bright open spaces which has created a place people feel at ease, whilst working. They have an awesome outside terrace area, where you can work in alfresco or take a well-earned break away from your desk. Getting bored with studying in the library? Try out their discounted student day passes for 10 € only.

Dresden - Quartier22

Quartier22 Coworking Dresden
Photo credit: quartier22.de
Day Pass
15 €
Membership
from 125 €
Google Rating
5,0

In the heart of Dresden, there is the Quartier 22 coworking space and offices, offering great and affordable pricing for solo workers and small teams. They encourage you to lean on the team and their expertise for start ups, to guide you to get off the ground and suggest collaborations or partnerships within the community.

Nuremberg - Coworking Nürnberg

Coworking Nürnberg
Photo credit: coworking-nuernberg.de
Day Pass
25 €
Membership
from 179 €
Google Rating
4,6

Coworking Nuerburg makes renting either a temporary or fixed desk space super easy, providing all essentials from stationary, coffee and printers, so you can concentrate on working hard. This professional, yet creative space is ideal for those who need to focus on their business, whilst not stressing about overheads and day to day running costs.

Kiel - Starter Kitchen

Starterkitchen Kiel Coworking
Photo credit: Starterkitchen.de Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 70 €
Google Rating
4,7

Starterkitchen is more than just a coworking space, it also offers support, mentoring and advice to set up your business. The Startkitchen Scholarship offers 1 pre-seed startup every 6 months, free access to coworking space along with all their expertise to set up successfully, plus access to their extensive network for partnerships.

France

In 2019, France had a total of 339 active coworking spaces, which makes up 1.65 % of the world’s market share. Compared to other European countries, France is the 4th biggest coworking market in Europe. (3)

Paris - Anticafé

Anticafe Paris
Photo credit: Anticafé Facebook
Day Pass
28 €
Membership
from 260 €
Google Rating
4,7

There are many Anticafés around France, all with the same goal of bringing people together and forming a community, despite societies reliance on digital. They offer great amenities that will keep everyone fuelled throughout a hard day’s work, such as barista-style coffee and snacks.

Recommended By Coworkers David & Elinor

We really appreciate the «anti café» coffee shops in France - it’s somekind of an alternative coworking space where you pay for the time you spend there. Really nice place to work from when you are spending time in a new french city.

Nantes - DOJO

DOJO Nantes Coworking
Photo credit: DOJO Nantes Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 280 €
Google Rating
4,8

Dojo Nantes is a fun and vibrant coworking space which has an exciting, inspiring and creative vibe, next to its decor and its community spirits. They set up great opportunities for you to wind down and relax whilst networking with your fellow coworkers.

Cannes - Atwork

Atwork Coworking Cannes
Photo credit: Atwork - Coworking et bureaux privés à Cannes Facebook
Day Pass
18 €
Membership
from 129 €
Google Rating
4,8

Atwork is an inviting coworking space with luxurious and bright decor, creating the perfect setting for you to concentrate and focus. They also partner with agencies that can support start-ups with marketing their product or hosting event launches.

Lyon - Ecoworking

Ecoworking Lyon Coworking
Photo credit: Ecoworking Facebook
Day Pass
25 €
Membership
from 280 €
Google Rating
4,8

Ecocoworking is a concept 5 freelancers developed to support professions of all types, from developers to marketers to collaborate, support each other and find companionship in a usually lonely working environment. Ecocoworking has created an environment to help freelancers do their job better in a safe and supportive environment.

Bordeaux - Seven Coworking

Seven Coworking Bordeaux
Photo credit: Le Seven 7th Facebook
Day Pass
25 €
Membership
from 190 €
Google Rating
5,0

Le Seven is a coworking space for residents and digital nomads alike, but either way, they all get the chance to hang out in this seriously cool and chilled environment. The decor and ambience of Seven are like no permanent office you will have been to, and it is the ideal setting to work hard but also wind down.

Audierne - The Swenson House

Photo credit: The Swenson House Facebook
Day Pass
20 €
Membership
from 199 €
Google Rating
4,8

The Swenson House is a community of incredible members. They are entrepreneurs, artists, photographers, athletes, designers and explorers who come together to grow and pursue their dreams. The team at Swenson decided to settle where they could reconnect with nature, close to the Oceans. They have opened this concept location to create a space for thinking, dreaming, working and creating. They have co-working spaces, conference rooms, a recording studio (which is pretty cool), meeting rooms, a coffee shop, and something to sleep on.

Recommended By Coworker Caro

The guys were just super nice and helpful! Beuatifully decorated and great coffee! They have daily and hourly passes, an interpreneur magazine and a beautiful small shop. Can highly recommend!

Corse - La Petite Coworkeria

petite coworkeria corse
Photo credit: petite-coworkeria.com
Day Pass
18 €
Membership
from 120 €
Google Rating
5,0

At La Petite Workeria they have everything covered so all you have to do is concentrate on your work. They have everything from screens to loan, video projectors to accounting software. They really have thought of it all, so you can feel like you have the large office facilities but in small, friendly office vibe surroundings.

Switzerland

With Zurich, Basel, and Bern, Switzerland has 3 cities in the Top 15 most expensive cities to cowork from! Note: Switzerland’s salaries are also a lot higher than the avarage European salary. (3)

Zurich - Citizen Space

Citizen Space Zurich
Photo credit: citizen-space.ch
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 350 CHF
Google Rating
4,7

Like most things in Switzerland, the price for renting a desk space for a month is not as cheap as some of the others, but it is significantly cheaper than renting your own office. They cater to those who don’t want to work from home, so you simply can not put a price on your day to day working happiness, your productivity and concentration, all of which Citizen Space encourage.

Geneva - Impact Hub

Impact Hub Geneva
Photo credit: Impact Hub Geneva Facebook
Day Pass
35 CHF
Membership
from 395 CHF
Google Rating
4,4

The Impact Hub in Geneva is an exciting opportunity to feel like you’re working and a member of a community. You can also be a volunteer there which gives you a great chance to get to know everyone, plus working for a great concept that supports people’s ambitions.

Bern - Effinger

Effinger Bern Coworking
Photo credit: Effinger Facebook
Day Pass
30 CHF
Membership
from 510 CHF
Google Rating
4,6

At Effinger, you can be part of this large and welcoming community, where they have the chance to network with their members in any of their branches, which gives you a reach that some businesses would never get. If you have the time, you can become a volunteer or make a donation which in return gets you things money can’t buy, such as free hospitality space, room rental and fitness subscriptions.

Basel - Kleinhafen

Kleinhafen Basel Coworking
Photo credit: Kleinhafen Facebook
Day Pass
27 CHF
Membership
from 240 CF
Google Rating
4,9

Kleinhafen is a beautiful space full of bright rooms and plants, which creates a very welcoming and harmonious environment for any freelancer, start up team and solo worker. They also offer a storefront space for those who have a product to showcase in the shop, which gives e-commerce businesses the unique chance to market their product physically as well as digitally.

Lausanne - Cospire

Conspire Coworking Lausanne
Photo credit: cospire.work
Day Pass
35 CHF
Membership
from 475 CHF
Google Rating
5,0

Cospire is a bright, open and funky space created from a renovated auto parts shop, so is an inspiring environment to build your brand and business. They are also members of the Village Office which is the largest coworking platform in Switzerland.

Verbier - Mountain Hub

Mountain Hub Verbier
Photo credit: Mountain Hub Facebook
Day Pass
50 CHF
Membership
from 400 CHF
Google Rating
5,0

In heart of the Swiss Alps in the beautiful ski resort town of Verbier, you can truly appreciate and make the most out of flexible working, as you can ski one day and be working hard in the office the next. This coworking space has an edgy mountain resort vibe and will be full of like-minded snow enthusiasts.

Recommended By Coworker Angelica

There's plenty of coffee to be found here to fuel up for those long days. It's also full of like-minded mountain nomads finding that work-ski balance.

Austria

Austria is one of the up-and-coming coworking destinations in Europe. Tourism researchers and location experts are predicting a growth, especially in the ‘workation’ section of the industry. Being active and working – this could be the promising USP for Austrian coworking/coliving enterprises. (9)

Vienna - Stockwerk Coworking

Photo credit: Stockwerk Coworking Facebook
Day Pass
15 €
Membership
from 170 €
Google Rating
4,7

Stockwork has taken flexible working to the next level. Whether you want to use the space long term, short term, on certain days, only during the week, maybe just on weekends, they got you! You can also totally customise your membership with add ons such as coffee, a company key, a company address and much more. If you are genuinely a flexible worker, then this is the flexy workspace for you.

Innsbruck - Das Wundervoll

Innsbruck Das Wundervoll Coworking
Photo credit: daswundervoll.at
Day Pass
25 €
Membership
from 249 €
Google Rating
4,8

“With us, you meet people from different industries and of all ages. What do they have in common? They are like you: they live their dream. On 800 m2 and five levels, we offer inspiring work, meeting and thinking spaces for people who advance their ideas and projects.”- Could we really have said it better ourselves? This coworking space is also surrounded by some epic mountain views. Just saying.

Salzburg - CoWorking Salzburg

Salzburg Coworking
Photo credit: CoWorking Salzburg Facebook By Claudia Rößlhuber Fotografie
Day Pass
35 €
Membership
from 315 €
Google Rating
5,0

Do what you love in the best company, surrounded by like-minded people, all in the same boat. Remote workers, sided projects, flexi creatives, nomads and more, this is the space for you. For a few days, every now and then or for a more extended period – whatever you want, they have a membership for you. Guess what too, for any badass mums out there they have a childcare and co-working option which is pretty darn impressive.

Graz - Spacelend

Graz Spacelend Coworking
Photo credit: SPACELEND Facebook
Day Pass
22 €
Membership
from 220 €
Google Rating
4,9

If you are the type of creative who needs mad space to really get the inspiration flowing, maybe you need quiet tranquillity or the chance to bond with people in the same industry then Spacelend is for you. The first co-working space of its kind in the galaxy, even the oldest in the area, you can enjoy their enormous desks and regular events on a membership that suits you.

Netherlands

In the Netherlands, 35.7% of all employees (2018) were able to work from home ocasionally or on a regular basis. They are therefore leading the European index for home office work. The opportunities for remote work are steadily growing, which makes The Nertherlands a great destination for remote workers from all over the world. (10)

Amsterdam - The Thinking Hut

The Thinking Hut Amsterdam
Photo credit: The Thinking Hut Facebook
Day Pass
20 €
Membership
upon request
Google Rating
4,6

The Thinking Hut is the new and innovative creative co-working space based in hip Amsterdam. The building once filled with horses has now been restored to re-open its doors to become a 9 to 5 (or beyond) home for unique entrepreneurs, freelancers, zzp-ers, designers, writers, web developers, marketing minds, account and project managers and many more. A workspace where you can feel comfortable focusing on your projects while also sharing, engaging and creating with others.

The Hague - TSH Collab

The Hague TSH Collab
Photo credit: TSH Collab Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 99 €
Google Rating
5,0

The Collab is a global community of ambitious & driven creatives, entrepreneurs and startups changing the world. With flexible memberships options, cool perks and a growing network of locations, it’s the best place to begin to scale your business in The Hague. This coworking space is part of a student hotel, so you will dive right into the exciting world of digital nomads from all over the world.

Rotterdam - 42workspace

Rotterdam 42workspace
Photo credit: 42workspace Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 125 €
Google Rating
4,6

42workspace is Rotterdam’s best coworking space and community gathering for tech and digital enthusiasts, entrepreneurs, freelancers, digital nomads, startups and scale-ups. 42workspace can be found right in the centre, the workspace offers the ideal environment to work and network, boosting your business to the next phase. Why not join a community of driven and experienced tech startups, software-driven companies, and hyper-growth scale-ups aiming to take over the world!

Belgium

Coworking in Belgium is on the rise. Brussels is already one of the most popular cities for coworking in Europe, with coworking spaces already making up 22% of all office space in the city. (5)

Brussels - WAO We Are Open Coworking

Brussels We Are Open Coworking
Photo credit: We Are Open - coworking bxl Facebook
Day Pass
20 €
Membership
from 230 €
Google Rating
4,9

Become a WAO member and enjoy all that comes with it. You can enjoy a fully equipped kitchen, a lounge, a bar, entertainment rooms, and much more. You will also be invited to all their amazing events from drawing sessions, board game nights to professional networking. All locations are drenched in natural light and surrounded by the serenity of plants. Some areas are using musical environment. If you want absolute silence and a calming environment, they are developing a library area, so watch this space as this will be a co-working game changer.

Antwerp - House of Ape

House of Ape Antwerp
Photo credit: Ape Facebook
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
from 350 €
Google Rating
4,9

Ape helps you organise your work life so your work becomes your happy place. Ape hopes to create an environment where you will look forward to coming to work. The community consists of workspaces, events, workshops and a match program where you can find the job of your dreams. Everyone in the community is united by their core values, passion and enthusiasm rather than sector or industry. Through this, they have created a sincere and warm environment.

Gent - LikeBirds

Gent LikeBirds Coworking
Photo credit: LikeBirds
Day Pass
unavailable
Membership
upon request
Google Rating
4,5

“Back in 2014, LikeBirds started as a coworking experiment in the old boiler room of a former factory (Tondeliersite), designed by architect Georges Bontinck. The building was beautiful. It had 6m high ceilings, industrial windows, a garden, a sparring bridge … and also a temporary contract. But that was perfect for testing our concept.” Thankfully the experiment paid off, independent professionals found their way to LikeBirds and loved the environment they had created. They are now situated in the stunning ‘Eskimofabriek’ building.

Luxembourg

With almost 50% of the employed population being able to work from home, Luxembourg is leading the statistics in remote working potential in Europe. (11)

Luxembourg - Silversquare

Luxembourg Silver Square
Photo credit: silversquare.eu
Day Pass
25 €
Membership
from 295 €
Google Rating
4,7

Silver Square have made co-working an art form. For over 10 years now, they have been optimising the Brussels and Luxembourg co-working spaces to support the growth and collaboration of their 1000+ members. Re-invent your working day by spending your time in these amazing spaces where you are surrounded by like-minded driven individuals.

Coworking Spaces In Southern Europe

Spain

In 2019, Spain had a total of 939 coworking spaces, which makes up 4.57 % of the world’s market share. From a European perspecitve, Spain is the second biggest player in the coworking sector. Only the UK has more active flexible work spaces. (3)

Madrid - Cloudworks

Cloudworks Coworking Madrid
Photo credit: wearecloudworks.com
Day Pass
20 €
Membership
from 220 €
Google Rating
5,0

At Cloudworks you will be located in the heart of Madrid with views of the city and the awesome architecture with rooftop terraces to finish of your hard day’s work and wind down in the sun. It’s a beautiful space to work hard and network because work doesn’t have to be drab. They also offer the space for events, so you rent the space to promote your business in a professional but stunning environment.

Barcelona - Betahaus

bethaus barcelona coworking
Photo credit: betahaus.es
Day Pass
15 €
Membership
from 179 €
Google Rating
4,5

Betahaus is a very flexible environment for you to be there as little or as much as you like, with no guilt that you are overpaying. This relaxed and friendly environment promotes a chilled setting to work hard but without any obligation. There is a great roof terrace for you to take breaks and have a good chat with your fellow hot deskers.

Zaragoza - El Gancho Coworking

El Gancho Coworking Zaragoza
Photo credit: El Gancho Coworking Facebook
Day Pass
upon request
Membership
From 130 €
Google Rating
5,0

At El Gancho Coworking, you will be working in a small and down to earth hub, which is ideal for those who need some space and a quiet environment, very different to the large open plan coworking set ups. For those who enjoy a more rustic surrounding, the decor is made from recovered materials, creating a calm and natural space to get your head down. There is nothing pretentious or stuffy about El Gancho Coworking which is the draw.

Valencia - Vortex Playa

Vortex Coworking Valencia Playa
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Day Pass
20 €
Membership
from 190 €
Google Rating
4,7

There are two Vortex locations in Valencia, one in the town and one by the beach, so you can choose which vibe suits you best (an early morning swim or an afternoon dip is perfect for creative thinking, we’ve heard). The premise of Vortex is to create a hub of creativity and collaboration for freelancers and flexible workers. Both spaces have great facilities to accomodate events, workshops, talks and small companies, so ideal for any kind of business need.

Málaga - TLR The Living Room Soho

The Living Room Coworking Malaga
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Day Pass
20 €
Membership
from 165 €
Google Rating
4,9

The Living Room in Malaga truly understands the concept of remote working, offering people with all kinds of set ups to be able to have a hard day’s work from anywhere. Their packages can be from hourly rates to bringing a colleague or a friend just for the day or if you travel a lot you can come in and out over 3 months. Whether you’re there every day or twice a month, they encourage everyone to network and most importantly make friends, which is just what you need if you work alone.

Seville - Arcadia Coworking

Arcadia coworking Sevilla
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Day Pass
upon request
Membership
from 125 €
Google Rating
4,9

The heart of Seville is Arcadia coworking space, which is the ideal set up for remote workers to go to a professional and focused environment to thrive and be productive. It’s not pretentious or full of unnecessary distractions, but instead a calming and inspiring environment for everyone. They also offer extracurricular activities, such as yoga to encourage a healthier work/life balance.

San Sebastián - La Colmena Studio

La Colmena Studio Coworking San Sebastian
Photo credit: La colmena studio Facebook
Day Pass
30 €
Membership
from 190 €
Google Rating