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Top Coworking Spaces in Hungary

3500 HUF /d
Kaptar, Budapest



A coworking space that’s constantly developing over time, KAPTÁR believes that an active working space leads to produc... More

5000 HUF /d
Loffice, Budapest



There’s a new-gen coworking space and it’s LOFFICE. Located where creatives and businesses coincide, you’ll get a b... More

4500 HUF /d
Impact Hub Budapest, Budapest

Impact Hub Budapest


Impact Hub Budapest is a co-working space that hosts a community of entrepreneurs, activists, creatives, and professional... More

4500 HUF /d
Kubik, Budapest



Coworking in the center of Budapest? KUBIK is an option to consider. There are flexible membership choices for you to cho... More

Recent reviews in Hungary

UP center is not a typical co-working office.. it's literally a community space, in the heart of the city... Show More
Bálint Drahota-Szabó
L'endroit est vraiment propice au travail et aux réunions ! Je conseille vivement
Pauline Roux
Bright and Beautiful Coworking Space in the center of Budapest with special support for people who do not... Show More
Agathe Moussion
Excellent location, state of art design, profesional atmosphere helpful staff right in the middle of town... Show More
Laura Byl

Hungary is a landlocked country sitting in Central Europe with a dynamic cityscape in its capital, Budapest. The cosmopolitan city is cut in half by the Danube River and is dressed in its historical architectural landmarks such as Buda's medieval Castle Hill and a 19th Century Chain Bridge. Roman, Turkish, Slavic and Magyar influences betray its long and rich history.

Despite there being many players in the startup ecosystem in Hungary, it is often referred to as "PreziUstreamLogMeIn" alluding to the 3 Internet giants on the scene. Touted as being like a good goulash in the making - the ecosystem has all the ingredients, it has started to send off tantalizing aromas, but it is still cooking. With a population of approximately 1.7 million, 76% are connected to the Internet of which about 52% plays on Facebook. The country shows no evidence of filtering or monitoring on the Internet, but in 2014 the National Tax and Customs Authority did temporarily block access to 7 gambling related sites for 3 months. Also in 2014 the government planned to introduce a tax on Internet data transfers that was met with outrage from its citizens.

Hungary has a dynamic incubator/accelerator sector, it is awash in funding options and the universities are focusing on entrepreneurship programs. Unfortunately "startups" are the least understood form of business in the country. What startups there are, seem to be strong on technology and technical development, with many beginning life as a side project to an outsourcing development workshop.

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