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15 Best Coworking Spaces in Lisbon in 2023

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15 Best Coworking Spaces in Lisbon in 2023

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Welcome to this comprehensive guide to the best coworking spaces in Lisbon. In recent years, Lisbon has cemented its reputation as one of the best cities in the world for digital nomads.

It has amazing weather, great food, an abundance of bars and cafes, heaps of culture, and reasonable prices (compared with other Western European capital cities at least). And to top that all off, the gorgeous beaches of the Sintra coast are just a 30-minute drive from the center of the city.

There’s a lot to love about living in Lisbon – it’s a fantastic city. In fact, it’s one of my favorite cities in Europe. And, if you’re a digital nomad like me, you’ll be glad to know that Lisbon is also home to some of the best coworking spots in the world.

15 Best Coworking Spaces in Lisbon

Lisbon, Portugal town skyline.

There’s a strong coworking scene in Lisbon. And with more than 50 coworking spaces spread throughout the city, you’re spoiled for choice when it comes to finding a place to get your work done.

I’ve spent time living and working here myself and loved it. To help you decide which spot to pick, here’s my pick of the 15 best coworking spaces in Lisbon:

1. Heden Santa Apolónia

First off, Heden has four different coworking spaces in Lisbon. Their Santa Apolónia branch is located right on the Lisbon waterfront and offers fantastic views of the Tagus River.

The space is housed in a contemporary building with floor-to-ceiling windows, so the interior is light, airy, and inspiring. There’s a great community feel, with regular social events and workshops, including cooking classes, live music evenings, and movie screenings.

It’s also located a mere 5-minute walk away from the historic Santa Apolónia train and Metro station, so is easy to access via public transport from various parts of the city.

Address: Doca Jardim do Tabaco, Terminal de Cruzeiros de Lisboa – Edifício NE 1st floor, 1100-651 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Hot-desking costs €250 per month. Fixed-desk membership costs €330 per month and allows you 24/7 access to the space. Private offices (also with 24/7 access) start from €660 per month.

Amenities at Heden Santa Apolónia

  • High-speed WiFi
  • Free printing
  • Monitors for hire
  • Meeting rooms for hire
  • Free tea & coffee
  • Balcony with sweeping river views
  • Bike storage
  • Showers
  • Yoga classes & massages on-site

Pros of Heden Santa Apolónia

  • 24/7 access for fixed desk and private office members
  • Prime waterfront location
  • Easy to access via public transport (via Santa Apolónia station)
  • Regular social events, lunches, and workshops
  • Emphasis on sustainability & wellness

Cons of Heden Santa Apolónia

  • A small number of customers have reported issues with management (e.g. failure to send invoices, reallocation of desk spaces without discussion)
  • Meeting rooms are quite expensive (upwards of €40/hour)
  • Day passes are not available
  • There’s sometimes a waiting list to join (although the fact it’s so popular is a good sign!)

2. Second Home Lisbon

Second Home has coworking spaces in Lisbon, London, and Los Angeles. Their Lisbon branch is located inside the beautiful 19th-century Mercado de Ribeira building.

Inside, the space is a calming, green oasis with more than a thousand lush plants and lots of natural light. It honestly feels more like a giant greenhouse than a coworking space and is an excellent spot for those who (like me) take creative inspiration from nature.

This is one of the most unusual coworking spaces I’ve ever seen, and I love it. If you enjoy being surrounded by greenery, be sure to check this place out – it may well be the best coworking spot in Lisbon for you.

Address: Mercado de Ribeira, Av. 24 de Julho 1o andar, 1200-479 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Hot desking (“Roaming”) memberships start from €250/month, while fixed desk (“Resident”) memberships start from €340/month (minimum 3-month commitment).

Members can also visit other Second Home branches (up to 5 days per month).

Amenities at Second Home Lisbon

  • Hot desking & dedicated desks
  • Private offices
  • Meeting rooms with audiovisual facilities
  • Events room
  • On-site cafe and bar
  • Relaxation and hangout area
  • Communal library
  • Showers
  • Members have access to a wellness program with fitness classes & yoga sessions
  • Weekly members’ drinks

Pros of Second Home Lisbon

  • Lots of greenery & natural light
  • Very soothing, calming space
  • Fast, reliable internet
  • Convenient central location
  • Regular events and workshops
  • Focus on sustainability (e.g. no air-con, which could be a pro or a con depending on preference)

Cons of Second Home Lisbon

  • Relatively expensive
  • No day passes in the Lisbon branch (only available in London & LA)
  • No air-conditioning
  • A small number of bathrooms
  • Can get quite busy at times
  • Lack of ergonomic chairs

3. Village Underground Lisboa

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Village Underground is another one of the most unique coworking spaces in Lisbon. It’s made using repurposed shipping containers, old double-decker buses, and other bits of industrial machinery.

This place reminds me a lot of the original Boxpark in London. As you’d expect, it’s full of trendy hipster types, and creative professionals. Like most hipster hangouts, this spot is located in a former industrial area of the city that’s recently been redeveloped.

It also has a recording studio on site, and you’re likely to rub shoulders with a diverse range of creative people here. In the evenings, the place transforms into a live music venue and events space – it’s very cool.

Address: Av. da Índia 52, 1300-299 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €18 or you can hire a space in a shared container for €150 per month. Hiring an entire container starts from €600 per month.

Amenities at Village Underground Lisboa

  • High-speed internet (100 Mbps)
  • Conference rooms
  • On-site cafe and restaurant
  • Huge multi-function outdoor area
  • Regular events, including art exhibitions and talks
  • Air-con (in certain areas)
  • Parking available

Pros of Village Underground Lisboa

  • Unique and inspiring design
  • Vibrant working environment
  • Relatively affordable
  • Friendly, creative atmosphere
  • Tons of fun, inspirational, and educational events
  • One of the trendiest spots in the city

Cons of Village Underground Lisboa

  • Can become quite noisy at times
  • Limited availability of spaces – there’s often a waiting list
  • Lack of ergonomic chairs
  • The restaurant is quite expensive
  • Occasionally the bathrooms aren’t the cleanest

4. Avila Spaces (Atrium Saldanha)

Avila Spaces is a modern, airy coworking space with a very convenient location, right next to Saldanha Metro station. It’s a fairly new place that opened at the start of 2022 inside the Atrium Saldanha shopping mall.

It has a great range of flexible workstations, including open-plan areas, communal tables, and private booths, all designed with productivity and comfort in mind.

There’s lots of natural light, and various areas of the coworking space offer great views of the vibrant Santa Cruz neighborhood. The space hosts regular networking and social events, and there’s a strong emphasis on meeting and collaborating with your fellow coworkers.

Address: Praça Duque de Saldanha 1 2ºandar, 1050-094 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €22. Hot desking memberships start from €220 per month (or €200/month if you commit to a full year).

You can get a fixed desk membership – which includes a set of drawers, a locker, and 24/7 access to the space – from €330 per month (or €300/month if you pay annually).

Amenities at Avila Spaces

  • High-speed WiFi (100 Mbps)
  • Ergonomic office chairs
  • Standing desks available
  • Meeting rooms with video conferencing facilities
  • Phone booths
  • Tech support available
  • Fully-stocked kitchen
  • Free tea & coffee
  • Library
  • Terrace for socializing
  • Bar with draft beer
  • Regular networking events
  • Guided meditation and wellness sessions
  • Discounted gym membership

Pros of Avila Spaces

  • Comfortable, well-equipped workspaces
  • Professional environment
  • 24/7 access for fixed-desk members
  • Next to all the conveniences of the Atrium Saldanha shopping mall
  • Excellent transport links
  • Flexible membership plans
  • Light & airy interior
  • Great views
  • Friendly, helpful staff
  • Strong community vibe
  • Super Bock beer on tap

Cons of Avila Spaces

  • Relatively expensive
  • Limited recreational facilities

5. Impact Hub Lisbon

Impact Hub Lisbon is part of the global Impact Hub network of coworking spaces. It’s a well-known brand around the world, with a focus on social innovation and community building.

The Lisbon branch is situated between Bairro Alto and Alfama – two of my favorite neighborhoods in the city. From here, you can easily walk to most of the city’s most famous sights, and there are absolutely tons of amazing bars, cafes, and restaurants nearby.

One thing to bear in mind is that this space is only open Monday – Friday, 9 am – 6 pm, so it might not be the best place for you to cowork in Lisbon if you need to work outside of these times.

Address: Tv. Pedras Negras 1 1.º Direito, 1100-404 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €20 per day and weekly passes cost €75. You can also buy a monthly hotdesking pass that allows you to use the space for one day a week for a month (€60), or two days per week for a month (€120).

A fixed desk costs €220 and allows you to access the space five days per week (Monday–Friday).

Amenities at Impact Hub Lisbon

  • High-speed WiFi
  • A range of flexible workspaces
  • Meeting rooms
  • Call booths
  • Printing and scanning facilities
  • Event spaces
  • Regular events and workshops

Pros of Impact Hub Lisbon

  • Access to Impact Hub locations worldwide
  • Emphasis on social impact and sustainability
  • Friendly, collaborative environment
  • Engaged community of members
  • Regular personal & professional networking events, lunches & talks
  • Fast & reliable internet
  • Range of flexible membership options

Cons of Impact Hub Lisbon

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Lisbon is one of the most beautiful cities to work from
  • Relatively expensive
  • Only open Monday – Friday, 9 am – 6 pm
  • Lack of ergonomic seating

6. Outsite Cowork Cafe

Outsite Cowork Cafe is located in a beautiful, historic townhouse in the buzzing Cais do Sodré neighborhood. It’s conveniently close to the Time Out Market, an amazing food hall that’s packed full of casual eateries, restaurants, bars, and shops.

As its name suggests, this place is part cafe part coworking space. They serve delicious specialty coffee and the working spaces are surrounded by plenty of art and plants and are decorated tastefully.

Note: this is another coworking space in Lisbon that’s only open Monday – Friday, 9 am – 6 pm.

Address: Rua de S. Paulo 109, 1200-066 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €17, weekly passes are €70, or you can get an unlimited monthly pass for €150.

Alternatively, they also offer a flexi-pass for €150 which is valid for one year and gives you 10 full days of access (during that year).

Amenities at Outsite Cowork Cafe

  • High-speed WiFi
  • Free printing
  • Meeting rooms
  • Lockers for storing personal gear
  • On-site cafe and bar
  • Free coffee
  • Connected with a coliving space

Pros of Outsite Cowork Cafe

  • High ceilings give the space a spacious, airy feel
  • Beautiful views
  • Lots of natural light
  • Frequent dinners, drinks & networking events
  • Friendly community atmosphere
  • Flexible membership options
  • Relatively affordable

Cons of Outsite Cowork Cafe

  • It’s only open Monday – Friday, 9 am – 6 pm
  • No 24-hour member access
  • No air-con
  • No fixed desks (hot-desking only)
  • Can be a little noisy at times
  • Lack of ergonomic chairs

7. IDEA Spaces (Palácio Sotto Mayor)

There are several IDEA coworking spaces in Lisbon. The Palácio Sotto Mayor branch is located in a large basement level underneath the Sotto Mayor Palace, a grand 19th-century mansion close to the Parque Eduardo VII.

Its central location means you’re close to many great places to eat and drink, and it’s also very easy to access using public transport (including Lisbon’s iconic old trams).

Address: Av. Fontes Pereira de Melo 16, 1050-121 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

All members can access and use any IDEA location at no additional cost. Hot desking members can access the spaces from 9 am – 6 pm, Monday – Friday, while dedicated desk members get 24/7 access to their space.

IDEA doesn’t publish the cost of their memberships on their website. You need to contact them and request a quote.

Amenities at IDEA Sotto Mayor

  • Ergonomic office furniture
  • Standing desks
  • Meeting rooms
  • Phone booths
  • Kitchen
  • Coffee is available (to buy)
  • Lots of communal space
  • Networking events every Thursday (with free beer)

Pros of IDEA Sotto Mayor

  • Good range of desk options
  • Comfortable, ergonomic seating
  • It’s a large space with various different places to work
  • Quiet areas for silent work & studying
  • Professional environment
  • Lots of plants and greenery
  • Close to the beautiful Parque Eduardo VII
  • 24/7 access for dedicated desk members
  • Access to multiple IDEA locations
  • Pet-friendly

Cons of IDEA Sotto Mayor

  • Lack of natural light (most of the space is underground)
  • Fairly formal atmosphere (which may be a pro or a con, depending on how you like to work)
  • The main working areas can get a little loud at times
  • Prices aren’t available on their website

8. Resvés Cowork Space

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Resvés is one of my favorite coworking spaces in Lisbon. It’s located on the edge of the stylish Príncipe Real district, on a quiet side street that’s just minutes away from the tranquil Jardim da Estrela park.

The staff here are warm and friendly, the internet is fast, and there’s a great selection of comfy places (both indoor and outdoor) to get through some work. There’s a range of events and social activities throughout the week, including pilates, yoga classes, and communal lunches.

The atmosphere is very calm inside, and the whole space is decorated with the work of local artists. It’s open 24/7 (for dedicated desk members only), and they even have an on-site recording and production studio (great for podcasters).

Address: R. Saraiva de Carvalho 1C, 1250-240 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €25, or it’s €88 for a 4-day pass (hot-desking). Dedicated desks (with an ergonomic chair) start from €260 per month.

You can also rent larger private offices – prices start from €750 per month.

Amenities at Resvés Cowork Space

  • Ergonomic desk chairs
  • Phone booths
  • Meeting rooms
  • Silent reading area
  • Lockers
  • Kitchen
  • Free tea & coffee
  • Chill-out spaces
  • Wellness program for members
  • On-site recording and production studio

Pros of Resvés Cowork Space

  • Open 24/7 (dedicated desk members)
  • Excellent range of comfy seating areas
  • Indoor and outdoor seating
  • Regular social activities & events
  • Friendly, helpful staff
  • Pet friendly
  • Quiet location (but still easy to access and close to loads of great things)

Cons of Resvés Cowork Space

  • There’s often a waiting list for dedicated desk membership
  • Relatively expensive day passes

9. WorkHub

WorkHub is one of the best coworking spaces near Lisbon airport. It’s housed inside a beautiful art-deco wine factory and warehouse on the city’s waterfront, between Braço de Prata station and Cais da Matinha marina.

This place is the epitome of industrial chic. It has gorgeous floor-to-ceiling windows, lots of polished concrete, and exposed steel girders.

Add to its design, comfortable designer furniture, great lighting, the odd piece of historic factory machinery, and loads of space, and you’ve got yourself a seriously cool coworking space. It’s popular with tech workers, start-up founders, and other entrepreneurs.

Address: R. Tabaqueira A2, 1950-256 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €19, or you can buy blocks of 10 hours for €20 that can be used at any point within 2 months (9 am – 6 pm, Monday – Friday).

Alternatively, monthly hot desking costs €120/month, or you can get a fixed desk for €175/month.

Amenities at WorkHub

  • Super-fast WiFi
  • Reception for mail & packages
  • Printing & scanning facilities
  • Meeting rooms
  • Excellent lounge
  • Balcony
  • Kitchen & dining area
  • Bike storage

Pros of WorkHub

  • 24/7 access for fixed desk members
  • The interior is light and airy
  • Lots of space
  • The whole place is beautifully designed
  • Friendly, collaborative atmosphere
  • Regular social events
  • Waterfront location
  • Lots of excellent coffee in the area
  • Close to Braço de Prata station

Cons of WorkHub

  • It’s a little far from the city center

10. The Base Lisbon

The Base has two locations in Portugal – one in Lisbon, and the other in the surfing mecca of Ericeira.

The Lisbon branch is located just north of Bairro Alto, close to the sweeping Avenida da Liberdade. It’s easily accessible via tram and is close to lots of shops and restaurants.

However, for me, the stand-out feature of this coworking space is that it offers all members (even hot-desking members) 24/7 access to the space. The majority of coworking spaces in Lisbon, if they even offer 24/7 access at all, only make this available to fixed desk members.

Address: Tv. do Fala-Só 13B, 1250-096 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

A hot desking membership costs €159 per month, and a dedicated desk costs €249 per month. Both types of membership include 24/7 access.

They don’t currently appear to offer day passes, although it can’t hurt to reach out to them and ask if you want to try the place out before committing to a longer period.

Amenities at The Base Lisbon

  • Standing desks
  • Ergonomic chairs
  • Phone booths
  • Podcasting room
  • Conference room
  • Kitchen
  • Lockers
  • Air-con
  • Weekly educational and social/networking events
  • Showers

Pros of The Base Lisbon

  • Large windows and lots of natural light
  • Good range of different workspaces and seating areas
  • 24/7 access

Cons of The Base Lisbon

  • No day passes
  • Not as much of a community vibe as found in other coworking spots

11. Lisbon-Cowork

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Once you’re finished at the coworking space, head to the water for a sundowner

Lisbon-Cowork prides itself on being one of the most affordable coworking spaces in Lisbon.

Despite having a fairly no-frills appearance, this place still manages to provide all of the essentials that make up a great coworking space; comfortable chairs, reliable fast internet, lots of plants, and even free tea and coffee.

They even have a sauna (although you need to pay extra for that), luggage storage facilities, and wellness classes on their amazing roof terrace. I like that you can buy a half-day pass too (see below).

Address: Rua da Bela Vista à Graça 27A, 1170-058 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Half-day passes cost €10. If you’re a late starter (e.g. if you work North American office hours), you can pay €15 per day to use the space from 1:30 pm – 10:30 pm. Alternatively, it’s €20 for a full day from 9 am until 10 pm.

A week-long hot-desking pass costs €75 for the first week and €55 thereafter (including weekends). Or, you can purchase a fixed desk for €160 per month.

Amenities at Lisbon-Cowork

  • Large terrace with yoga classes
  • Comfortable workstations
  • Ergonomic office chairs
  • Free tea & coffee
  • Phone booths
  • Meeting room
  • Relax areas (including an electric piano)
  • Sauna (costs extra)

Pros of Lisbon-Cowork

  • One of the most affordable coworking spaces in Lisbon
  • Fantastic views from the roof terrace
  • It’s a pleasant, relaxed space
  • Lots of plants and greenery
  • Pet friendly

Cons of Lisbon-Cowork

  • Their website is slow and crashes often (or at least it does whenever I try to use it)
  • Lack of natural light
  • The aesthetic is less “polished” than most other coworking spaces on this list

12. LACS Communitivity of Creators

LACS (short for Lisbon Art Center & Studios) Community of Creators is one of the most creative coworking spaces in Lisbon. It’s popular with artists, designers, and entrepreneurs and is a great place to meet other creative types to collaborate with.

Located close to the Doca de Alcântara marina, this space is a little way out from the hustle and bustle of the city center but is easily accessible from various parts of the city.

Address: Rocha do Conde de Óbidos, 1350-352 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

You can buy a 3-day pass for €24. Monthly hot desking membership starts from €120/month, and fixed desk memberships start from €190/month.

You can also hire private offices and art studios from €250/month.

Amenities at LACS Communitivity of Creators

  • Roof terrace with great views
  • Meeting rooms
  • Studios for creative work
  • Lounge area for collaborating and socializing
  • Fast WiFi
  • On-site cafe and bar

Pros of LACS Communitivity of Creators

  • Very creative, artistic atmosphere
  • Great place to meet and collaborate with people working in creative industries
  • The space often hosts art exhibitions
  • Regular social events
  • Convenient location
  • Open 24/7
  • Enjoy amazing sunsets over the river from the roof terrace
  • Relatively affordable

Cons of LACS Communitivity of Creators

  • Lack of traditional office-style workspaces
  • The internet isn’t as fast or reliable as other coworking spots on this list
  • Hot desking areas can get noisy at times

13. Time To Cowork

Time To Cowork is a great little coworking space located just across the Jardim Dom Luis from the Time Out food market. As well as having many cheap places to eat and drink within a stone’s throw, it’s also right next to the waterfront.

Cais do Sodré train and Metro station are just around the corner too; making this an easy place to access from various places around the city.

Address: Avenida 24 de julho numero 3, 1esquerdo, 1200-161 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost €20 and week passes (Monday – Friday) cost €70. Fixed desk packages start from €300/month.

Amenities at Time To Cowork

  • Private phone booths
  • Meeting rooms
  • Printing services
  • Relaxation lounge
  • Kitchen
  • Free tea & coffee
  • Lockers

Pros of Time To Cowork

  • Great waterfront location
  • Near the Time Out food market
  • Convenient transport links
  • Comfortable workstations
  • Adjustable ergonomic chairs

Cons of Time To Cowork

  • Limited hotdesk spaces
  • Not pet friendly
  • Not the fastest internet

14. Unicorn Workspaces Marquês

Unicorn Workspaces is a Berlin-based coworking startup with coworking spaces in Germany and Portugal. They have three branches in Lisbon, including the fantastic Marquês branch in the heart of the city’s business district.

It has a great central location, right next to the Parque Eduardo VII and Parque Metro station. Unicorn is known for being a very well-run coworking space, with highly rated levels of customer service, and a laid-back, yet professional, atmosphere.

Address: R. Filipe Folque 2, 1050-210 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Unicorn only offers a fixed desk membership which costs €220/month.

Amenities at Unicorn Workspaces Marquês

  • Printers & office supplies
  • IT support
  • Reception & mail handling
  • On-site cafe
  • Kitchen
  • Free fruits & filtered water
  • Phone booths
  • Lounge

Pros of Unicorn Workspaces Marquês

  • 24/7 access
  • Great location
  • Excellent public transport links
  • Great coffee
  • Pet friendly

Cons of Unicorn Workspaces Marquês

  • No day/week passes
  • Fixed desks only (not cheap)
  • Often a waiting list

15. NOW_Beato

NOW (which stands for “No Office Work”) occupies a historic 3-story warehouse on the waterfront.

Where most coworking spaces lean into the modern, minimalist aesthetic, this place is the total opposite. Inside, you’ll find giant wooden beams, old wooden floors, and exposed stone walls. It looks more like a medieval castle than a coworking space.

If you’re looking for somewhere different to come and get work done, check out this place. It’s also super affordable.

Address: Rua da Manutenção 67, 1900-319 Lisboa, Portugal. Click here for directions.

Membership Options and Costs

Day passes cost just €12, or you can get a week pass for €40.

Monthly hotdesking memberships cost €100 and a fixed desk is €180.

Amenities at NOW_Beato

  • Free coffee
  • Meeting rooms
  • Event space
  • Cafeteria
  • Ping-pong table
  • Balcony

Pros of NOW_Beato

  • Affordable
  • Amazing old-school decor
  • Quiet spot away from the bustling city center
  • Regular social events
  • Very arty, creative community

Cons of NOW_Beato

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The stunning mosaic tiles are all over Lisbon
  • It’s a fairly long way out from the city center
  • Lack of ergonomic seating

Best Coworking Spaces in Lisbon: FAQs

Here are some answers to commonly asked questions about the best coworking spaces in Lisbon:

What is coworking?

Coworking usually means working in an office-like environment (i.e. a coworking space) but with people who you don’t actually work with. Many (although not all) people who cowork are self-employed.

Are there free coworking spaces in Lisbon?

No, there aren’t any free coworking spaces in Lisbon (cafes don’t really count in my opinion).

However, if you visit coworkingthursdays.pt, you can sign up for free meetups that take place at coworking spaces across the city. This is a great way to check out some of the city’s coworking spaces for free.

What’s the best coworking space in Lisbon?

It’s quite hard to say what the best coworking space in Lisbon is – there are several great spots, and each one offers something different. That said, two of my favorites are Resvés and Heden Santa Apolónia.

How much does a coworking space cost in Lisbon?

Coworking spaces in Lisbon cost anything from €12 per day for hot-desking to upwards of €350 per month for a fixed desk.

In Closing

I hope this guide to the best coworking spaces in Lisbon has been useful. As always, I recommend trying out a few places first before committing to any long-term memberships. And even if a place doesn’t advertise that they do day passes, it never hurts to ask.

Enjoy remote working in Lisbon – it’s a wonderful city and I’m sure you’ll have a great time there.

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