The best European cities for co-working
By Silvia SALA
We previously talked about co-working and what you should look for when searching for a place. We also own our co-working space in Berlin, CISpace. Today we are going to focus on which cities are the best European cities for co-working.
Counting 60+ spaces and an average of 200 euros/month to rent a desk, the Dutch vibrant city of tulips has a lot to offer in terms of co-working. Being the cultural, economic, and creative centre of the Netherlands allows Amsterdam to be a living example of a mix of different elements living together. We are sure that this atmosphere will benefit your business!
30+ co-working rooms and the average cost of 220 euros/month, the Polish capital can turn out to be a great choice for your start-up. In fact, Warsaw earned in recent years the name of ‘the next Berlin’. Alike the German city, Warsaw hosts hipster atmospheres, ancient buildings, and a common emerging culture of entrepreneurship.
20+ places for co-working and about 240 euros monthly for a desk, the Israel capital has in the last years acquired more and more reputation among freelancers and young European impresarios. The city has young, open-minded and eclectic vibes to offer to its inhabitants and occasional travelers. Not surprisingly, it has also been UNESCO listed and got the nickname of ‘The White City’. Israel can fascinate new start-ups due to its wide beaches and mild Mediterranean weather.
Featuring 130+ co-working spots and around 260 euros per desk, the Spanish city is among the best European cities to work as a freelancer. Arts, music, and cuisine are the major attractions of this city, as well as a relatively new spirit of entrepreneurship. In fact, Barcelona has gained the status of the start-up capital of Spain.
With 270+ spaces where co-working and a budget of 530 euros/monthly per desk, the capital of the UK is for sure one of the most expensive European cities on our list. However, it has good assets. First, London was one of the first cities to develop the co-working model. Because of this, its spaces are among the most stylish and luxurious ones. Also, it is the most popular destination for freelancers and young start-ups; this makes London the hub of co-working spaces and allows it to have the biggest network in circulation. So, the economic British capital won’t disappoint you in terms of style and numbers.