The 5 coolest workplaces for freelancers in Prague
A community of talent works on this factory floor. Attracting (future) start-up founders, hackers and tech superstars, they aim to start a co-working revolution. If you are searching for an inspiring alternative vibe, look no further and book your spot, including a mentoring programme.
This premium co-working space is located just around the corner from the Old Town Square. Tucked away in a courtyard of a former printer’s that underwent a very gentle renovation, the sleek design of its open-space premises is just terrific.
On a southern slope of Vinohrady, you will find this majestic villa with its lovely garden. Whether you take it easy working a maximum of 50 hours per month or have a tendency to be a workaholic, they have the right membership formula. Or else just rent a jaw-dropping meeting room to impress your guests.
4) Paper Hub
On the first floor above Parallel Polis cafe, a haven for crypto-anarchists. If you fall for it during your free one-day trial, you will be asked to pay for your membership in Bitcoins. Expect an uber-safe internet connection, high-tech office equipment and a free ticket to the hackers’ conference that is organised here regularly.
5) Forbidden Spot
Ring the bell to enter the art gallery and studio of Life is Porno creations. Everything is completely covered in paint and graffiti, including the furniture and toilets. Another door then gives out into a generous open office lounge with hammocks, a water bed and a candy bar.
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