Working While Travelling: Shared Workspaces in Croatia
Welcome to Croatia: An Introduction
With its diverse natural scenery, pleasant climate, and unique mix of traditional and modern cultural attractions, it’s little wonder that Croatia has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe. Straddling central and southeastern Europe, Croatia’s landscape features mountains, forests, rivers, and an island-studded coastline along the Adriatic sea. Whether you’re looking to sip world-class coffee at a cafe in Zagreb or cliff dive into turquoise seas on the island of Hvar, Croatia truly has something for just about everyone. In today’s blog, we’ll be giving an overview of the coworking scene in Croatia as well as some of the country’s most notable coworking spaces.
Croatia Fast Facts:
Location: Southeast Europe
Capital (and largest city): Zagreb
Official language: Croatian
Popular Coworking Spaces in Zagreb and Split
As in many other parts of the world, the increase of freelance workers living in and visiting Croatia over the past several years has led to the creation of coworking spaces throughout the country. Here are our top 2 picks for coworking spaces in Croatia’s two largest cities
Croatia’s capital and largest city, Zagreb offers excellent shopping and dining, urban sightseeing, and the highest concentration of museums of any city in the world. Visitors come to admire its traditional central European architecture, local fare, and vibrant culture. For those who look to work during their stay in Zagreb, the city offers numerous coworking spaces with fast internet and full amenities.
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Located on Croatia’s famous Dalmatian Coast, Split is the country’s second largest city and is renowned for its beaches, Roman ruins, and fresh seafood. At the heart of Split’s old town section is Diocletian's Palace—a fortress-like compound built for Roman Emperor Diocletian constructed in the 4th century A.D (it was also a filming location for the popular HBO series “Game of Thrones”). The city also serves as a ferry hub for those travelling to and from the many islands that lie just off shore.
While the cities of Zagreb and Split both have plenty to offer travelling freelancers, the Croatian coworking scene doesn’t end there. Other noteworthy travel and coworking destinations in Croatia include the cities such as Zadar, Rijeka, and Dubrovnik. For more information on coworking spaces in Zagreb, Split, and other cities, be sure to check out coworker.com’s Croatia page.
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