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Best Coworking Places in Porto


Alongside tourism, coworking in Porto is constantly growing. Actually, many experts believe that one thing has led to another, as more and more digital workers are looking for spaces to work while travelling. However, this new way of working has become more and more popular among national professionals. Want to know where you can find the best coworking places in Porto? Then keep reading our article!


1.Synergy

If you’re looking for an unusual environment, then Synergy is the best fit for you. It is located in Bonfim and as soon as you get here, you come across an ice cream parlor with a diverse and artisanal offer. As for the cowork space itself, it is located on the ground floor. There you will find several models of occupation. Besides the work space, you can also count on a room and a garden where – among other activities – yoga and Boxing take place. Pretty amazing, right?

💻 www.synergy-porto.com

📍 Av. de Fernão de Magalhães 613, 4350-154 Porto, Portugal

1.Synergy

2. CRU Cowork

This cowork space is located in the artistic neighborhood of Porto, Cedofeita, so it is no wonder that CRU is a creative hub. Along 400m2 are a shop of authors, a gallery, workshops and the coworking space. So if you want to buy clothing, accessories, footwear or other products from independent brands with Portuguese design, you can do so without literally leaving your workplace.

💻 www.cru-cowork.com

📍 Rua do Rosário 211, 4050-524 Porto, Portugal

2. CRU Cowork

3. Muratto Open Space

If location is an important factor for you when choosing a coworking space, then you are facing what you are looking for. Why? Because Muratto Open Space is very close to the famous Avenida da Boavista, known for its proximity to various modes of transport and, of course, to the emblematic Casa da Música. In fact, Muratto is a space designed with designers, architects and artists in mind. 

In addition to meeting rooms and office amenities, you will find multimedia equipment, outdoor space, a library and a café. But you make a mistake if you think you can only choose one type of service: in this coworking space in Porto you can choose, in addition to an individual or shared space, to rent the meeting room.

💻 www.muratto.com

📍 R. Pedro Homem de Melo 242 A, 4100-139 Porto, Portugal

3. Muratto Open Space

4. Cool.Office 

Here you can choose how you want to work according to your needs: nomad or resident. In addition, there is 24-hour full access to the space so you can continue your work smoothly. Located in a century-old building, the Cool.Office is in the middle of Costa Cabral Street, so it’s okay to drive there, unlike other spots. 

Alongside the individual desk and ergonomic chair, you will have access to various amenities. There are also services providing access to a meeting room or a basic secretarial service.

And you know what’s the coolest part of this coworking space? If you decide to stay in our beautiful Oporto Tiles II, you will be literally 10 minutes walking distance away from the place where you can concentrate on your study or work. 

💻 http://www.cooloffice.pt

📍 Rua de Costa Cabral 2075, 4200-217 Porto, Portugal

4. Cool.Office

5. Selina Cowork

Located in the “Arab building” of Oporto, the hotel chain Selina decided to open one of the most beautiful coworking spaces in the city. In addition to the entire floor dedicated to conferences and workshops, there is another one for individual and shared desks and one more floor for companies with private offices that can accommodate up to 28 people.

As for prices, there are loyalty plans that give you access to discounts on Selina group accommodation and other services. This coliving is kind of expensive, considering that you will have to share rooms and common spaces with other people. 

💻 https://www.selina.com/pt/

📍 R. de José Falcão 199, 4100-139 Porto, Portugal

5. Selina Cowork

6. Typographia Cowork

Typographia-cowork is a space which is dedicated to entrepreneurs, freelancers and companies that seek to take advantage of the sharing of resources and synergies of interaction and multidisciplinarity, for the benefit and growth of their professional activity.

More than a work space, it’s a space for sharing knowledge and reflection on the city and its recent dynamics of regeneration, located in the Cordoaria area, in a centenary building in the heart of the Historic Centre of Porto. Once the headquarters of a printing house, the building has recently been rehabilitated, respecting its identity and providing it with new and modern conditions for coworking.

It offers large workstations, closets and support furniture, meeting and conference rooms, a common room, pantry, internet, printers and telephone service. The values range from 15€ per day, with options of 70€ or 120€ monthly for fixed offices.

💻 www.typographia-cowork.com

📍 Campo dos Mártires da Pátria 144 A, 4050-368 Porto, Portugal

6. Typographia Cowork

7. Porto i/o

Considered as a reference for coworking spaces in Porto, Porto i/o offers four locations. One in the center, one the street of Santa Catarina, one in Ribeira, with a super view of the river Douro, and another one in Matosinhos, for those who prefer the beach air as inspiration. The company’s proposal is to take Porto to the world and bring the world to Porto, focusing on community strengthening and networking. In addition, this coworking space is only 7 minutes walk from our Oporto Market House

The values of Porto i/o are super flexible, starting from up to € 30 per month for virtual offices and up to € 200 per month for private offices. There are values for packages of 10 days (100€) and five days (50€), daily passes and special prices for scheduling meetings.

💻 www.porto.io

📍 R. de Cândido dos Reis 81, 4050-152 Porto (Porto i/o Downtown)

7. Porto i/o

8. WOW – Work on Wood by FINSA

WOW is a multifaceted space for creatives, architects, designers, engineers, industrialists and students to connect around a common interest: the imaginary of wood. In addition to the 1000-square-meter coworking area, here we find a gallery, indoor and outdoor auditoriums, as well as a teaching area especially dedicated to the wood cycle. Facilities include free parking, fibre internet, ping-pong table, kitchen, water and coffee. All monthly plans include access to the individual locker and the meeting room.

💻www.wowbyfinsa.com

📍 Estrada da Circunvalação 9543, 4250-148 Porto, Portugal

8. WOW – Work on Wood by FINSA

9. PortoSoul Coworking

About 200 metres from São Bento Station (for both metro and train), PortoSoul Coworking operates in a historic building, too. The workstations are equipped with private drawer modules and cable Internet access. It is also given access to a small canopy and some services are guaranteed within the monthly provision, such as a landline number, a meeting room and access to a private cloud of 10gb. You can rent a spot there for a low price: 10€ for one day, 50€ for one week and 100€ for one month.

💻 http://portosoulcowork.com/

📍 Rua Mouzinho da Silveira 226 4050-501 Porto, Portugal

9. PortoSoul Coworking

10. Armazém Cowork

With excellent transport access right in the centre of Porto, Armazém Cowork is a space that is considered to be safe, comfortable and flexible. In it you will find an inspiring and relaxing decoration, but it will also provide you with maximum productivity. 

This space is equipped with total natural light, excellent internet and an outdoor space where you can take a break. With an event room and flexible spaces, you can also view the Cowork Warehouse as a showcase to promote your work, while connecting with other entrepreneurs. The price starts from 70€ per month.

💻 www.armazemcowork.pt

📍 R. António José da Silva 63, 4200-082 Porto, Portugal

10. Armazém Cowork

As you can see, finding a place to concentrate and work effectively in the beautiful city of Porto is a breeze, you will be literally spoiled for choice! From the old town to the suburbs, from the most serious coworking spaces to those where creativity is at home. There is really something for everyone! 

If you are still undecided about some of these places, we recommend you try the ones you like the most and draw conclusions about them. Do you know any others? Feel free to let us know in the comments below. 



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