Best Places for Freelancers to Work in Lisbon


For the last few years Lisbon has become more and more popular as a destination for freelancers, digital nomads or free location workers. A beautiful city, one of the safest in the world summed up with nice weather and low cost of living makes it the perfect spot to anchor a small business, a start up or any other free location job. To meet this new tendency, a lot of cowork spaces have been opening all over town. The offer is large and diversified. If you need a place to develop your idea, make some creative work, schedule a meeting with a client or do some networking, here are few of the most trending Lisbon's coworking spaces:

Cowork Lisboa
Lx Factory is one of the trendiest places in town. A few of the best design shops, caffes and restaurants can be found in this recently recovered abandoned factory. Apart from the amazing river view, Cowork offers a flexible menu of solutions either you are a digital nomad, a small company or a regular freelancer.

Village Underground
This is the cowork place to be if you're into pure creative work. VU is a small district made of shipping containers transformed into working spaces, studios and meeting rooms. You can also find a recovered bus turned into a cafeteria. This is the place to connect with the local creative community.

Avila Coworking
In the heart of corporate Lisbon, Saldanha, Avila Coworking is the best place if you want to make connections in the corporate world. Also promoting regular networking events this space offers flexible packages to meet your working needs.

Liberdade 229
Av. da Liberdade is Lisbon's largest boulevard connecting the city business center with the historical downtown. Liberdade 229 lays right in this special street. A beautiful working space offering you the possibility to connect with a diversified community of workers from different nationalities. Plus, it is said that they have the most beautiful coworking bathrooms in town!

Cowork Central
At Cais do Sodré, where once functioned the Grand Hotel Central is where you can find Cowork Central. A space for young creative minds, for occasional freelancers or for companies that are just taking their first steps and need a place to anchor.

Ideia Hub
At Parque das Nações, this place was build to help you make your ideas flourish. Fully equipped with a high range of services inviting you just to seat and work with no other worries. The space also promotes regular networking events helping you find the connections you need to bring your ideas to the next level.

Bairro Cowork
This space was born to invite all freelancers tired of working at home and alone to come and share a working space. More than a cowork space here you'll find a community of freelancers working on their projects and occasionally finding opportunities for developing ideas together. Furthermore, it's located right in the heart of Bairro Alto, one of the most popular traditional Lisbon's neighbourhoods.

Main Hub
Situated in Cabo Ruivo this cowork space main investment is a Tech Laboratory equipped with a 3D printer at your disposal. This is your place if you are looking to engage with tech communities. Interaction between co-workers is highly encouraged, aiming to find synergies and business opportunities.

Rocket Hub
We can call it the five-star cowork place. Situated in Parque das Nações, right beside the river in the newest part of Lisbon, Rocket Hub offers a comfortable luxurious space, providing anything you need to facilitate your productivity. At the rooftop, along with the astonishing river view, you have free access to fresh fruit.

Silvia is an awarded writer and a traveller with more than 15 years experience. Although her journeys have been taking her a bit everywhere in the world, Lisbon her hometown, is the city where she always return to unveil and write about its never ending wonders.

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