Freelancers can find convenient workspaces with Free Wifi in Madrid. This is because Madrid is a city filled with cool and cozy cafes. Cafes that offer you a place to sit and chat, get your work done, study, upload holiday pictures or simply enjoy a cup of coffee. It always comes in handy to have knowledge of such cafes that offer this service PLUS free WIFI. There are many co-working spaces and internet cafes in Madrid but we have selected a few suitable for freelancers looking for free WIFI in Madrid. Here follows the list:
Google Campus: Location: Calle Moreno Nieto, 2 Madrid, Spain 28005
Google Campus or more commonly known as the Campus Madrid is a hi-tech community place that offers you the perfect workspace to gather with you friends and colleagues over a cup of coffee. It hosts many events and has its own campus residency program that provides you free access to experts from google as well as an alumni program to help you grow and hon your work skills. The place also offers several workshops and support programs for new entrepreneurs and freelancers. That is why we believe it is one of the best cafés in Madrid for freelancers. It not only provides you with a place and environment to work in with free wifi but can also be place to provide you with many ideas, collaborations and resources towards a successful project.
The place remains open Monday to Friday from 9am to 9pm.
HanSo Café: Location: Calle del Pez, 20, 28004 Madrid, Spain
If you are a fan of quality coffee and cakes or have a sweet tooth then this is the best place for you to sit and work! Hanso Café offers you a mix of modern, vintage and Asian décor. With a central long table to sit and mingle and several side tables to work individually in peace, this is the perfect atmosphere to spend the time without getting bored while working.
Other than free Wifi, Hanso Café has a wide variety of coffee, cake, bagels, toasts and salads on sale. In addition it is quite a popular spot for tourists and locals to mingle, study or work while getting constantly energized with the coffee of choice.
Hanso Café remains open from 9am to 8pm on weekdays and from 10am to 8pm on weekends.
Faborit Velázquez: Location: Calle Velazquez, 128 | Barrio de Salamanca, 28006 Madrid, Spain
Faborit is fairly popular among millenials and digital nomads in Madrid. Its airy and beautiful décor, makes it a cool hangout for trendy freelancers in Madrid. Another reason why its so ideal, is its food offer: Faborit Velázquez serves an exciting variety of fresh and healthy food products. If you are hungry or need a snack you can choose from its variety of smoothies, freshly squeezed juices, salads, tea or coffee. You can also order a brunch and lunch. It is one of the best spaces where you can work and collaborate while enjoying a brunch consisting of many tasty treats. Moreover, Faborit Velázquez is about 500m or a 7minute walk from IE Business School and it is popular among its students. Do check out its patio/terrace area in the summer season.
The café remains open from 7:30am to 9:00pm on weekdays and from 9am to 9pm on weekends.
Tim Hortons: Location: Plaza Santo Domingo s/n, 28013 Madrid, Spain
The famous Canadian Coffee chain has its own local in the center of Madrid. Tim Hortons coffee shop is a three story building offering window seats, cozy couches and chairs, and secluded separate seating’s making in a good place for freelancers in Madrid. Other than coffee, baked products and Canadian beverages, the place also offers Canadian menus and yummy treats and toasts. This coffeeshop is also ideally located close to cheap hostels and 2 or 3 star hotels like JC Rooms Santo Domingo.
Federal Café: Location: Plaza de las Comendadoras, 9
If you want something different from the usual Spanish décor and choices then this Federal café Madrid can be your place to be. It offers you many blends of coffee, variety of brunches and breakfast and an ideal environment for freelancers in Madrid. Try their avocado toast and Tommy the green smoothie with a sweet touch! We also love its location in the popular and hipster district of Malasaña. From Federal café you only have about a 3 minutes walk to Plaza Mayor and its close to modern and affordable hostels like The Hat.