Located in the South Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic, Tabor was founded in 1420 by the most radical wing of the Hussites, who became known as the "Taborites". For years it flourished as an egalitarian peasant commune and was celebrated in the "Song of Freedom" by Paul Robeson. History buffs can get a bit excited as Tabor's historical heart sits on an isolated hill that is separated by the surrounding country by the Luznice River and a huge lake that is the oldest reservoir of its type in Central Europe. There are still ancient fortifications to rumble around and what can almost be described as an underground city that is a labyrinth of tunnels where houses and streets sit. There is about a 1km-long part of the tunnel that is open to the public, if you are not scared of narrow and dark holes. It's a good thing that the coworking venue is not down the huge number of steps that you have to take to reach the hidden city, as it would only be the really brave locals that would get any work done.
Tabor is not a tech hub per se, but it is a part of the Czech startup scene that is on the rise with companies such as Avast and AVG with roots in the Czech Republic. With a population of around the 11-million mark plus a new hip name "Czechia", the country is seeing startups patenting their know-how and registering brands bringing their ideas into the realms of reality. Many innovators in the Czech Republic are in the fields of financing and IT, but there is a broad spectrum of markets happening, such as "Mooveez" which teaches you English by watching movies or "Neuron Soundware" that uses sound to detect a mechanical issue.
Coworking spaces are packed with good vibes, have flexible atmospheres and plenty of knowledge sharing amongst its creatives.