Whether you are a digital nomad, remote worker or student, it’s nice to get out of your flat and work from a cafe once in a while. In this article we cover comfortable places across the city where you can take your laptop and use WiFi to do some light work or study while enjoying a coffee.
Laie Llibreria Café Situated on Carrer de Pau Claris near Plaça d’Urquinaona, Laie is a charming bookshop, restaurant and cafe distributed on two floors. The cafe area has photographic art on the walls and beautiful original floor tiles. View Map
La Ribera and El Born
Cafe del Born is one of the most charming cafes in the neighborhood. Spacious and with high ceilings the space overlooks the renovated Mercat del Born. Great people watching from the terrace on a sunny day. Plaça Comercial, 10. View Map
Guzzo is a trendy hotspot in El Born. A section at the back makes a perfect place to have a coffee and catch up on some emails. The walls are decorated with some fabulous work by local street artists. Plaça Comercial, 10. View Map
En Aparte with large windows and rustic decor, this cafe overlooks the beautiful Plaça de Sant Pere. A pleasant place to check in online over a coffee and croissant. Carrer de Lluís el Piadós, 2. View Map
Casa Seat Super centrally located at the top of Passeig de Gràcia, Casa Seat has a cafe and free coworking area. There is an event space in the basement area and sometimes art exhibits are held on the main floor. Passeig de Gràcia, 109. View Map
Cafeteria del Museu del Disseny This is a beautiful well lit space in the lower floor of the ultra modern building housing the design museum. The surrounding neighborhood of Glòries is home to many of the top startup companies in Barcelona. Plaça de les Glòries Catalanes, 37, 38. View Map
💡 Also check out Barcelona Coworking Spaces. Many shared office and coworking spaces have sprung up across the city to accommodate the freelance and entrepreneurial community.