An affluent urban city sprawl, the capital city of Zug sits in the canton of the same name. Its locals yabber away in the local Alemannic Swiss German dialect, so you may have to brush up on your hand miming skills if you want to ask for directions to a coworking venue from one of its 30,205 inhabitants. It's a low tax region where plenty of multinational enterprises have their headquarters and from where its famous drink "Kirsch" is splashed around the world. An innovative city, Zug is a driving force in innovating with future technologies even to the point of the city council accepting payments in digital currency. It has been referred to as "Crypto Valley" due to a large number of companies engaged in cryptocurrency. It's a beautiful old town with plenty of historical buildings to poke your nose into and the snowy peaks of the Bernese Oberland to gawk at on your way home from a buzzing coworking space.
Switzerland is not all about chocolate and cowbells ringing, as it's a country of tech savvy souls and home to global banks plus 15 Fortune 500 companies. No wonder coworking spaces have opened their doors in this area when the whole country's population has adopted technology. The advantage of working in Zug is the fact that you can take a stroll along the lake's promenade or indulge in some cross-country skiing when you need a break from your laptop.