Like A Local: Where To Work - Best Wifi Cafes in Madrid
Whether you’re in Madrid for a week or a year, wifi is an essential. Who wouldn’t want a cute place to work while enjoying delicious food and coffee? Here are some of our favorite places in the heart of Madrid to brainstorm, work, write, read or just sit down to disconnect with a coffee in hand!
Not only does Mür café have a beautiful interior, the food is just as delicious as the space is beautiful. There are two floors with tables tucked in nooks and it’s the perfect place to relax for a few hours. They serve brunch in all its glory, and also have menu items for lunch and dinner.
Location: Plaza Cristino Martos, 2
La CIUdad Invisible
This bookstore / café is great if you need to focus and dive into a work project. Not only that, they serve fair trade coffee and a variety of snacks to keep you going while you work. The space also hosts events such as book readings, poetry sessions, and art expositions.
Location: Costanilla de los Ángeles, 7
Cambridge Soho Club
Need to host a meeting or have a skype call? Cambridge Soho Club is the perfect backdrop. It’s large enough that noise won’t be an issue, and stylish enough to make any FaceTime call that much better. After your session, don’t forget to treat yourself to one of their delicious cocktails! You deserve it!
Location: Plaza de España, 6
Quaint and charming, Delic is tucked away on the perfect street to get some work done. It’s quiet, and off the beaten path of most tourists. Here’s a chance to indulge in some wholesome food while you also rub elbows with locals!
Location: Costanilla de San Andrés, 14
Although this café is 100% vegan, plant based, non-veggies flock there for their wide array of fresh juices and smoothies. It may be small but the music is always great and the staff is attentive. It’s tucked away on a quiet street near Metro Callao and they also offer a set lunch menu for under 14€. Keep in mind however that they’re closed on Tuesdays!
Location: Calle Estrella, 5
Swinton and Grant
Would you like a side of street art and photography with your coffee and work session? Then you’ll want to check out Swinton & Grant near the Embajadores neighborhood. Be on the lookout for their exhibits and events too!
Location: Calle Miguel Servet, 21
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