We respect your privacy.

However, this website will sometimes use cookies in order to utlize specific uses from third-party sites. If you agree with these guidelines, please click the button bellow.
Or you can customize how cookies are used here : Manage your cookies

The Best Co-Working Spaces You Can Visit in Rome

May 31, 2021
It's clear as day that there's so much to see in Rome. Historic monuments, first-class restaurants, five-star establishments, and more. They say 'Rome wasn't built in a day,' right? Well, you can't explore it completely in 24 hours either. That's how abundant this city is of what to see, hear, and experience. but if you're visiting or staying in the 'Eternal City' for work, chances are you won't have time to do all these great things. Though that's not to say you won't still enjoy your time here. After all, the Italian capital has a lot of great co-working spaces you can drop by and work in.

The Best Co-Working Spaces You Can Visit in Rome



An internet cafe isn't exactly what you'd have in mind as a co-working space, is it? That's more for quick searches on Google or online gaming for prepubescent teens. But Rome's Anticafé along San Giovanni is one such that's perfect for you to work in for a couple of hours. It's not an actual internet c safe, per se, but rather looks like and sort of feels like one. Though you won't just find computers here. They take the cafe part really seriously, what with their refreshing menu of pastries and coffee, allowing you to continue to be energized as you work here. 



With over 100sqm along Via Salaria, Arcò is arguably the most romantic-looking space on this list. The location alone is right out of a movie, and the place itself? It doesn't disappoint. It's a modern space that offers up facilities you'll need for work. Your own desk/table, private rooms for meetings, countless outlets to keep your laptop charged, and a kitchen where you can make your own coffee. But perhaps the most 'romantic' part about it is the beautiful almost interior courtyard that acts both as a common room and makeshift conference room for startup companies. 


The Best Co-Working Spaces You Can Visit in Rome



You can say that BSide is the friendliest to business both big and small. With over two stories of office space, you won't run out of room here, whether it's just you or an entire team. In fact, the places also sort of works as a networking hub for business-people, a chance to socialize and gain connections to various industries across the globe. That's how popular and prominent this place is. And in terms of facilities, they have it all! From the latest technology and spacious conference rooms to the private desks and kitchen for refreshments. Not to mention that it's open 24 hours a day too! 



You won't just get a great space to work in at Coaster, but you might even find your next big project or job here. Beyond just providing space, this co-working hub along Via Caio Mario has a sort of business-matching service that allows clients to hire subscribed workers right on the spot. A lot of times, these "matches" become permanent bonds between employer and employee. Talk about an inclusive experience. Still, if you just want to work here without being disturbed, their "office" area is perfect for you. It has strong wifi, enough outlets, and a selection of tasty pastries and great coffee! 


The Best Co-Working Spaces You Can Visit in Rome



In an almost-similar fashion to COASTER, Corte also helps pair people up for their next big projects. Subscribers of this working space have, through the years, formed strong business relationships with each other. And even if you're a new member here, there's still a big chance you can get in on the action as well. Though the focus is more on digital and creative industries here. But even despite this, this office on Piazza Dante 3 still welcomes visitors to work, eat, socialize, and network within their upscale premises. Its peaceful ambiance always wins new people over! 



Just because Cowol360 is set near the Tiburtina train station doesn't mean it's a noisy place to work in. That's actually the clincher of the office space in the first place. Since it's near a train station, it's easy to get to no matter where you're coming from within the city of Rome. But the miracle is it's still a quiet and intimate enough space where you can finish your work in peace. You can rent your own desk here by the hour, day, or even month. And if you want, you can even partake in their many workshops and networking events to help with your career! 


The Best Co-Working Spaces You Can Visit in Rome



Are you a modern artist? Are you part of the creative industries that are making this world a more beautiful place? Then, when in Rome, the co-working space that's right for you is FAMO COSE. Not only is this place full of workspaces for you to craft and make your projects, but it's also equipped with state-of-the-art tools and equipment to help you.  It has its own darkroom for photography, a 3-D printer, a lazer-cutting room, industrial spaces you can use as a mini-studio, and more. Here, you can let your creativity wild and end the day with a finished and beautiful project. 


Impact Hub

The San Lorenzo district is one of the hippest areas in Rome. Full of artists, writers, and young professionals alike, the community is far from the stuffier and more high-brow places in other parts of the Italian capital. And the popular co-working space upholds that. Impact Hub is not just your typical open office for freelancers and independent professionals. It's sort of a communal place where people from different industries, mostly creatives and tech, congregate, share ideas, from business bonds, and the like. To improve your career, your practically encouraged to socialize and collaborate with other people. But, if you want to be left alone, they'll do that too here. 


Talent Garden Roma 

Contrary to its name, Talen Garden isn't exactly a garden—though Rome has a lot of botanical bliss, this isn't one of them—but rather a co-working space that's become its own massive business community. With over 400 spaces across Europe, this place has gotten people to work together and come up with exciting new projects and businesses. And they're all developed within their beautiful and upscale premises that allow socializing and collaboration. They have two branches in Rome, and even here, Talen Garden has taken the city's business community by storm.


The Best Co-Working Spaces You Can Visit in Rome


Rome isn't all history, art, and food. It's also a great place for business. Even startups can get their own space here, particularly in the many open office and co-working spaces that are on offer here. You'll be surprised at how great of an environment they provide! 

Beyond its co-working spaces, however, Rome also has a lot of luxury apartments to better accommodate your stay here. These places will really make your trip here a lot more comfortable, whether it's for business or leisure!



Rome, Italy
111 $ / night    
2 bedrooms2 bathrooms4
Rome, Italy
242 € / night    
2 bedrooms2 bathrooms5
Rome, Italy
On request
2 bedrooms2 bathrooms6
Rome, Italy
260 € / night    
3 bedrooms2 bathrooms6

Rome, Italy
290 € / night    
3 bedrooms2 bathrooms8
Rome, Italy
800 € / night    
5 bedrooms3 bathrooms10
Rome, Italy
800 $ / night    
3 bedrooms3 bathrooms6
Rome, Italy
170 € / night    
1 bedroom1 bathroom4
Rome, Italy
180 € / night    
2 bedrooms2 bathrooms8
Rome, Italy
182 € / night    
3 bedrooms1 bathroom8