Coworking Barcelona | 15 Best Spaces for Remote Working (2024)

If you’re planning a trip to the land of flamenco, fiesta, Don Quixote, and breezy afternoon naps, you simply can’t overlook Barcelona. As the Catalan capital and one of the best places to live in Spain, it contains a plethora of attractions that are unique to the region.

What’s more? There are multiple opportunities to enjoy coworking – Barcelona style.

Not only is Barcelona safe for tourists, but it’s an astonishing base for eccentric digital nomads looking for fun things to do while still being productive. It’s one of Europe’s most amazing places to visit and the perfect place to work and play.

In a city this popular, coworking spaces sprout 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, motivating, and charming coworking spaces in vibey Barcelona neighborhoods that cater wonderfully to digital nomads.

We Think That La Vaca Is the Coolest Coworking Space in Barcelona

La Vaca in Barcelona

Source: La Vaca

If you care about atmosphere as much as you do about getting some work done, La Vaca is the place for you. The vibe is incredibly positive, and this Barcelona coworking space boasts a diverse community of about 60 members of different demographics and nationalities.

If you’re a social person who relishes turning even your work-free evenings into quirky networking nights, you’ll quickly find a new lifelong friend or two here. The space features organized community lunches and drinks in the common areas, events, and workshops every week.

If you happen to be there at the right time, you may enjoy Paella Day or some other fun activities. Vaqueros — a name affectionately given to its community members — even has its own sports team.

Location is another benefit of this exciting, open coworking space. La Vaca (The Cow) is set up within a former dairy shop, hence the name. You can find it in the center of Poble Sec, a neighborhood that brims with an abundance of quirky and interesting things to do.

Even though the community in La Vaca is a cheerful one, you’d be mistaken to think of the environment as overly laid-back and unconducive to the productive types. The people who cowork here stick to a well-known idea — to play hard, first, you have to work hard.

Surprisingly, this is one of the most ready-to-work places we’ve visited so far.

Many things in La Vaca are designed to make your life easier. The WiFi is fast and reliable. The seating is nice and comfy, with bean bags, Bosu ball chairs, and even ergonomic chairs.

There is a relatively large kitchen equipped with a microwave oven, a regular oven, an espresso machine, a fridge, and everything else that you’ll need for your cheffy exploits. All the necessities are at hand to ensure you stay properly nourished while you tackle the work grind. And did we mention that the tea and coffee are free?

The common spaces include a chill-out area in the basement with a pool table. There is a library and, more importantly for those who appreciate a healthy work-life balance, a nap room. Siesta is a serious thing in Spain, and you know what they say, when in Rome…

You can take your dog with you if you like traveling with your pooch, which should boost the quality of your life immensely. People who don’t have canine companions often underestimate the struggle and anxiety of having to leave your four-legged buddy for even just half a day. La Vaca totally gets it and is more than happy to accommodate you and your pupper for a happier stay all around.

When it comes to extra equipment, you’ve covered with all the following:

  • Overhead projectors
  • Professional lighting equipment
  • Microphones
  • Chromecast
  • Printing equipment

All things considered, La Vaca is an awesome coworking place, so make sure to give it a shot when you find yourself in Catalonia.

  • Per day: EUR 19
  • Per week: EUR 80
  • Per month: EUR 185
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
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 we admit that some digital nomads prefer a completely different style and flavor. If you’re looking for something else, there are many other (almost equally) fantastic alternatives.

We’re determined to help you find a space that checks all the boxes for your personal well-being and will offer supreme comfort and convenience. Here are the best Barcelona coworking spaces organized by the city’s hottest neighborhoods.

Coworking Spaces in Hospitalet

Aticco Hospitalet

Aticco Hospitalet in Barcelona

Source: Aticco

Just one part of the Aticco family, Aticco Hospitalet is located between the city and the airport. Depending on your accommodation preferences and needs, 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 affords beautiful views of the city through the bright windows.

The community is great, the chairs are comfy, and the WiFi is reliable. What more could you ask for? Oh, that’s right, a few entertainment amenities. So how does a ping-pong table and relaxing common zones sound for fun social nights with your fellow coworking gang?

Open hours Monday – Thursday: 9 am – 6:30 pm

Friday: 9 am – 3 pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

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

Note: These prices are subject to change.

Honorable mentions for Top-Tier Coworking Spaces in Hospitalet

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

Coworking Spaces in Urquinaona

Utopicus Urquinaona

Utopicus Urquinaona in Barcelona

Source: Utopicus

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

The WiFi is fast, so that should make your job much easier, right? They give you access to the printing equipment, and security cameras cover the entire place for that extra bit of safety.

When you get tired of work or need a wholesome break (hello, self-care), consider a yoga session or two in their yoga studio.

Open hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Price Per month EUR 239

Honorable mentions

  1. Attico Urquinaona
  2. Coworking Centric

Coworking Spaces in the Gothic Quarter (Barri Gòtic)

The Foundery

The Foundery in Barcelona

Source: The Foundery

Set up in a 19th-century industrial building, The Foundery is a pretty coworking space with an even prettier terrace and mesmerizing views over the famous Gothic Quarter.

The Foundery provides ergonomic chairs, so you can be comfy while you work and chase those deadlines. To limit delays and worker bee frustrations, they make sure that the WiFi there is fast and reliable.

You can bring your dog along if you want your furry sidekick nearby. 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

Note: These prices are subject to change.

Honorable Mentions

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

Coworking Spaces in Gràcia

Coworking Gràcia

Coworking Gràcia is a coworking space that’ll offer everything you need and then some. They provide both wired and wireless internet connection.

If you need a stable line, we recommend using the good old wires. If you don’t mind a bit of a weaker signal and prefer to enjoy the benefits of being able to move around, you’ll fare better with the WiFi.

When you need to chill out, there’s a beautiful terrace where you can take your coffee or tea and enjoy the sun while cashing in on some vitamin D. It’s a comfortable space where you can flow in and out of work seamlessly.

Open hours
  • Monday – Friday: 8 am – 8 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Price Per month EUR 160

Honorable Mentions

  1. Coworking Blitz Gràcia
  3. Aurea Coworking
  4. Garden Coworking

Coworking Spaces in El Poble Sec


CREC in Barcelona

If you need to cowork in Barcelona, CREC is one of the places to visit. It has two locations — this one and another offering in Eixample, an area also much-loved for coliving in Barcelona.

They care a lot about their community and organize many large networking 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 take a bit of a chill pill.

Open hours
  • Monday – Friday: 8 am – 9 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Price Per day N/A
Per week N/A
Per month EUR 160

Honorable Mentions

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

Coworking Spaces in El Poble Nou

Jungle Coworking

Jungle Coworking in Barcelona

Jungle Coworking is a happy-go-lucky coworking space. The atmosphere is warm, and the community members are friendly. Expect a touch of free, wacky, and wild, as the name suggests.

From the moment you step foot onto the premises, you’ll feel like you belong. There are hammocks and ergonomic chairs, creating a cozy setting to work and play.

There’s a kitchen at your disposal and enough free coffee to satisfy even the most hopeless of caffeine junkies. You can use their printing equipment, and the high-speed WiFi is more than reliable. What’s not to like?

Open hours 24/7
Price Per day EUR 15
Per month EUR 120

Honorable Mentions

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

Coworking Spaces in El Raval

Labideas — Coworking Social del Ateneu del Raval

Labideas in Barcelona
Source: Labideas

The best thing about Labideas is its location — which is less than a ten-minute walk from Playa de la Barceloneta. It’s within walking distance to the Castell de Montjuïc as well.

The interior doesn’t look like much, but the atmosphere is relaxed and easy-going, with the added advantage of being super affordable. If you don’t want to stretch your pockets too far, this is a great budget option.

Open hours
  • Monday – Friday: 8 am – 10 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • 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

Espai Born in Barcelona

Source: Espai

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

The community is a spirited and welcoming one, with cheerful, friendly people who make it easy to fit right in. There are darts, arcade games, video games, and a punching bag for a bit of stress relief in the chill-out area. They offer free beer and coffee as well.

Espai is comfortable to work in, with both ergonomic chairs and standing desks. The WiFi is fast and stable, so you can rest assured you’ll work away happily undisturbed and undelayed.

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

Honorable Mentions

  1. Zamness | Coworking Space Barcelona
  2. Camaleo coworking Barcelona

Coworking Spaces in Sant Antoni


THEWOOD in Barcelona


With a bevy of plants scattered around, THEWOOD is another beautiful coworking space that makes the digital nomad lifestyle feel like a dream. The greenery alone puts you at ease and helps you focus, with enough on-site entertainment when it’s time to take it easy.

We, too, admit that the interior looks like it has suffered quite a bit of wear and tear, but this is somewhat fitting and endearing in a cute, quaint way.

There is an exhibition gallery and a lovely chill-out area to stretch your legs when you’ve clocked 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

OneCoWork in Barcelona

Source: OneCoWork

Prepare to be amazed. OneCoWork Plaça Catalunya is a coworking space… wait for it… on the water. Take in spectacular sea and city views in a setting that’s almost too ideal for working.

The community is fun and relaxed, with many people on hand to help should you need any assistance. The property organizes regular events, workshops, and outings, so there’s never a dull moment. Members use a community app and a Facebook group to keep tabs and stay in touch.

Skype booths and podcasting rooms, which you can use as your virtual meeting rooms, provide ample space for serious work sessions. These come in handy when your job is a bit more unusual than solely sitting at a computer writing articles or programs.

Online teachers and virtual tutors will appreciate the chance to make the most of a clean, quiet space, for example. Got a big video conference or presentation? No problem. You’re well catered for at OneCoWork Plaça Catalunya.

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

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 165

Honorable mentions

  1. Monday Barceloneta
  2. Tech Barcelona

Coworking spaces in Sarrià-Sant Gervasi

Mendel4 Coworking Sarria

Mendel4 Coworking Sarria in Barcelona

Source: Mendel4

Mendel4 offers versatility, flexibility, and comfort for coworking professionals who prefer urban yet minimalist spaces to get down to business.

Open hours 24/7
Price Per day EUR 60
Per month EUR 150

Honorable mentions

  1. Cwork Barcelona Coworking
  2. Talent Garden

Coworking spaces in La Ribera

Eco-Working BCN

Eco-working in Barcelona

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

Meet BCN in Barcelona

Source: Meet BCN

Located in an incredibly fancy building with stunning architecture and high ceilings, Meet BCN provides high-speed Wi-Fi and ergonomic chairs for a peachy workday.

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


TuroDiagonal in Barcelona

Source: TuroDiagonal

If it’s boutique coworking you want, then look no further than TuroDiagonal. Although spacious, it still retains an intimate, quaint feel with trendy bespoke features that enliven the space.

We’re talking high-speed fiber internet, private meeting rooms boasting city views, and free beverages plus fruit.

Keeping your eye on the prize won’t be difficult as the space is airy, comfy, and well-lit.

Open hours
  • Monday – Friday: 9 am – 9 pm
  • Saturday: Closed
  • Sunday: Closed
Price On request  

Honorable Mentions

  1. Suitwork coworking community

Regus Office Spaces Are Our Least Favorite Choice for Cowork in Barcelona

Although offering multiple locations across the city (as many as 12), 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 comes at an extra cost, which is rather inconvenient.

When buying services from large companies such as this one, sure, you expect to get and enjoy benefits such as full membership and more than just one location. Sadly, this isn’t guaranteed with Regus.

In addition, some locations include the perks of complimentary coffee or the leeway to use their printing equipment free of charge. Other locations, however, charge extra for those little conveniences. This inconsistency is the crucial downside of Regus, and it makes us fairly unwilling to cowork there.

Pricing Per day: EUR 6 – 11, depending on the location
High-Speed Internet Yes
Open Hours Monday – Friday: 9 am – 6 pm

Saturday: Closed

Sunday: Closed

Comfortable Chairs Yes
Standing Desk No
Dedicated Desks Yes
Conference Rooms Yes
Private Offices Yes
Phone booths No
Coliving No


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