CoWorking In Brussels

The 7 Best Co-Working Spots In Brussels

CoWorking In Brussels has come on leaps and bounds in the last few years and is now a wonderful compliment to the large institutions like the EU that are based in the city.

We’ve rounded up the 7 best spots for CoWorking In Brussels so all you have to do is pull out the laptop and get stuck in.

The best co-working options in Brussels:

1. The Mug – Brussels

You’ll find this spot in a typical Brussels house, in the heart of the European quarter. The price is €25 for a day pass with increased value for staying longer periods of time.


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2. The Library

This is easily the most stylish option for CoWorking In Brussels and with 3 addresses across the capital you can mix up where you work each day using the one membership.


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3. Factory Forty

Well off the beaten track but an ideal spot for creatives to meet like minded people, while the chilled out family atmosphere will make you feel instantly at home.


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4. Jat Cafe

One of those perfect coffee shops with a chilled vibe, great food and endless coffee options to power you through the day. You’ll find them on the Rue De Namur and you’ll probably spot lots of other folk with laptops working away.


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5. Atlantic CoWorking

A great loft space that feels as though you are walking into a creative advertising agency. There’s plenty of flexible memberships or short term options here, plus a good location by the canal. 

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6. Les Galeries

You’ll find this CoWorking space in Galeries Royales Saint-Hubert, one of the highest end shopping spots you’ll ever visit. The price tag is steep at €30 a day, but the beautiful setting makes it absolutely worth it if in Brussels for a short trip.


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7. Bon Jour

This gorgeous building is a mixture of short term flexible offices for start ups and good plug and play CoWorking options. They’ll even provide you with a mail box and a bunch of useful extra services. 


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Marta Rakovska
October 17, 2019 6:55 am

Hey, thanks for the article! In my opinion, Brussels is a comfortable city to work in. Here I have found easy a lot of opportunities. I tried to work in some of those co-working places. I can make the list that recommends the author longer. For example, I really enjoyed working in Silversquare Triomphe or Rue Belliard

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