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Top Coworking Spaces in Portugal

40 EUR /d
Avila Spaces, Lisbon

Avila Spaces

5/5

Avila Spaces is the winner of Lisbon's Best Cowork, as awarded by coworker.com! Located in Saldanha, in the heart of Lis... More

15 EUR /d
IDEIA Parque das Nações, Lisbon

IDEIA Parque das Nações

5/5

IDEA - Experience Cowork as Never Before ... More

20 EUR /d
unOffice PDL Business and Cowork Center, Sao Miguel

unOffice PDL Business and Cowork Center

5/5

We are a professional, fun coworking space in the Azores! This is a coworking space in Ponta Delgada, on São Miguel isla... More

15 EUR /d
IDEIA Palácio Sottomayor, Lisbon

IDEIA Palácio Sottomayor

5/5

IDEA - Experience Cowork as Never Before ... More

Recent Reviews of Shared Office Space in Portugal

Fantastic staff! Great atmosphere! Could not possibly recommend it more highly! I look forward to spendi... Show More
Joana Cotter Salvado
Amazing space with great and inviting areas to work. The atmosphere it’s perfect to work and get inspi... Show More
Ana Rita Guerreiro
Excellent location, great environment and amazing people. Sightseeing is something that you cannot find i... Show More
António Henriques
Atelier Cowork Faro it is a very nice space in the centre of Faro, with a relaxed atmosphere and good inf... Show More
Samanta Duarte

Cowork Space in Portugal

Recently, Lisbon was named one of WIRED’s hottest startup destinations for the first time, which signifies the vast number of tech and creative businesses that are based in Portugal’s capital city. Beyond Lisbon, other cities in Portugal are seeing a dramatic increase in the amount of startups being founded, which has led to new cowork spaces popping up across the country. From digital nomads to small-to-medium enterprises, companies and freelancers in Portugal are increasingly looking for interesting work spaces to call home and accommodate the growth of their businesses.

Rise of Coworking in Portugal

A number of modern cowork spaces have opened in Portugal’s major cities, with Lisbon’s city council even getting in on the action by offering the former Manutencão Militar factory as a creative work space option and incubator. In fact, this location is host to the administrative offices of Web Summit, an international conference that draws more than 50,000 entrepreneurs to its tech symposium each time it is hosted. Some of these shared work spaces even offer members the option to both cowork and co-live, providing accommodation as well as hot desks and office rentals.

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If you are looking for a cowork space in Portugal that meets all of your professional needs, it’s important to know the different types of work space rentals available. Coworker can assist you in navigating your search by showing you work spaces relevant to your location, ideal budget, and preferred amenities. We want to make your decision as simple as possible so you can cowork from your ideal space and grow your business.

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Think of grilled sardines and salted cod, a beach culture and one of the world's biggest tourist destinations and you have Portugal the land that flows into the Atlantic Ocean perched on the Iberian Peninsula bordering Spain. The border of Spain and Portugal is considered to be the longest uninterrupted border in the European Union. The country includes the Atlantic archipelagos of the Madeira and Azores. The warm client, wonderful food, world class wine, and creative spirit lends well to the coworking scene with spaces dotted across the entire country.

Historically rich (dating back to pre-historic times) with a maritime empire that was invaded and fought over, much of its architecture dates back to the 1500s. Once a global empire and the first empire in the world, the country monopolized the spice trade, it was left crippled from war and lost its world dominance. A developed country with a high-income economy and a high standard of living, Portugal is the 5th most peaceful country in the world. Despite being the first country to decriminalize the use of common drugs in 2001, the sale and distribution is still illegal, but you can buy the ingredients to grow them at home from many quirky shops dotted around towns.

With a population of 10,374,822, 67.6% are connected to the Internet with 54% of them playing on Facebook. Portugal may not be racing ahead in the technical stakes of digital startups, but it is happening. The country is touted as being the perfect place for digital professionals to hang out, where it is easy to connect with likeminded souls at networking venues and coworking spaces. With its plethora of beaches to either devote some sun worshipping time on, or to grace some of the biggest waves in the world at Nazare on your surfboard, Portugal is a playground. You can go diving or snorkeling and for the adventurous soul cliff diving may appeal. It is easy to pig out at one of the food festivals held annually or just meander around stuffing custard tarts in your mouth in between tapping on your laptop, any time of the year.

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