25 Best Places with WiFi in Barcelona - UPDATED
Need to get some work done? I have put together a list of 25 of the best places with WiFi in Barcelona, for when you need to sit down, have a breakfast, good coffee or a matcha latte and work away on your laptop.
Bohl - Oh what a charmer! And healthy to boot. 4 (!) different kinds of porridges (just finding one in Barcelona isn’t easy), tasty bowls, wellness lattes, and many vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options. Plus they have six different types of milk to choose from for your lattes. Lots of space upstairs to sit and work. Read all about this wonder here. C/Trafalgar 47 (Eixample).
Espai Joliu - Berlin-inspired space where you can buy plants, cool magazines, art, artisan jewellery and crafts, plus good coffee, matcha latte and a toast. Their cakes and cookies are delicious, and they have vegan donuts on Fridays. This place gets pretty busy with other freelancers. Read more here. C/ Badajoz 95 (Poblenou).
La Esquina - This is actually a restaurant, but their coffee is top notch, as is the food. Find yourself a quiet corner and get some work done. C/ Bergara 2 (Eixample).
Frenesí Café - I adore this little place, such an inviting café to sit and linger for a while. Their açai bowl is wonderful. They have a little terrace too. Read all about it here. Comte d'Urgell 115 (Eixample).
Departure Coffee Co - Such a wonderful café with a lovelynatmosphere, on a little side street in the Raval. They always have an art exhibition that changes every month. Check out their cakes and cookies from The Cakeman Bakery. Read all about my Raval favourite here. C/ de la Verge 1 (Raval).
Woki Organic Market Plaça Catalunya - A surprisingly spacious organic market with a cafe. Go all the way to the back and you will find plenty of quiet space to work. Ronda de la Universitat 20 (Eixample).
Little Fern Café - This fairly recently opened café with a fresh breath from New Zealand has anything a vegetarian and vegan would love: bircher bowls, wellness lattes, kimchi pancakes... Now they have WiFi too. Read the full post here. Carrer de Pere IV 168 (Poblenou).
TicTaste - It feels like stepping into someone’s apartment when you come through the doors at TicTaste, and in addition to tasty, healthy food they also have WiFi. Read my review on TicTaste here. Carrer de Balmes 165 (Eixample).
Enkel - Located in the middle of the Gotico but on a quiet side street, and perfect for a coffee, a breakfast and working. Enkel has both indulgent and healthy options on their Mediterranean and Latin America-inspired menu. Read more here. Baixada de Sant Miguel 6 (Gótico).
Itacate - This place has a friendly atmosphere and a really long menu filled with many healthy options. And they brew their own kombucha! I love to sit and work here. Read my post here. Carrer del Comte Borrell 107 (Sant Antoni).
Federal Café - They have two locations, both with healthy options like avocado toasts and chia puddings (it’s HUGE), both good for working, but you might have to sit at a communal table if you bring your laptop. Parlament 39 (Sant Antoni) / Passatge de la Pau 11 (Gótico).
Hush Hush Café - Cosy café on Plaza de Sant Cugat in the Born. Make sure you check out their tasty cakes! Fonollar 4 (Born).
Nolita Brunch - A hidden gem in Poblenou, only a minute's walk from the metro. They have a cool Brooklyn vibe to the place, and their savoury pancakes and Eggs Benedict with pulled pork are excellent. Get a seat in the back for lots of light while you work. Read my review here. C/ Llull 230 (Poblenou).
Green & Berry - Here you can find great smoothies, cold-pressed juices, açai bowls, avo toasts, and tasty gluten-free cakes, in addition to the WiFi. Read more here. C/ Enrique Granados 153 (Eixample).
Eat My Trip - A very cute café with elaborated smoothie bowls with plenty of toppings, matcha and beet lattes, smoothies... All with a fun twist! And some beautiful, indulgent cakes..! It gets packed during the weekend, so Monday-Friday is perfect for working. Consell de Cent 378 (Eixample).
Maai - This place opens only Mondays to Fridays (8.00 to 16.00) but it's a great place for a good healthy breakfast or brunch while you are working. Their avocado toast is on point (with a lime twist), their açai bowl is packed with goodies and their savoury breakfast waffle is very tasty. The adzuki bean brownie is gluten-free and covered in a coconut sugar caramel sauce, yummm..! They also have a good lunch deal. Read full post here. C/ Regàs 30 (Putxet).
Morrow Coffee - A beautiful café with lots of natural light to brighten your day and make your photos great ..! They have their own roastery in the back. I tried their cherry coffee and LOVED it. Gran Via 403 (Eixample).
Pink Soda - A cute cafe with the yummiest yuzu soda and delectable cakes, and WiFi too. Ronda de Sant Pere 52 (Eixample).
Alsur Café – Big portions of really good sweet and savory items, and you can have them all day, any day. They have several locations around the city and they are all great for getting some work done. Read more here. Various locations.
Caravelle – They have all sorts of deliciousnesses (I know, it's not a word!) up their sleeve that you can’t find anywhere else. The French Toast, just go for it, as a little treat while your work. Carrer del Pintor Fortuny 31 (Raval).
Sabio Infante - Gracia has its own living room, and that is lovely Sabio Infante. Many come here to work and eat pancakes, avocado toasts, and colourful Eggs Benedict. Read all about it here. Torrent de l'Olla 39 (Gracia).
Somewhere Café - Get both your cake fix and your matcha latte craving taken care of here whilst working. Many come here for an informal meeting and for working. They have craft beer on tap should you get thirsty. C/ Aragó 30 and Carrer d’Aribau 101 (Eixample).
Molinet Café Antic - Molinet is so adorable and welcoming, with plenty of vintage furniture, a lush green patio, home-made cake, and pancakes. Maybe you would like to sit by the piano and work? Read all about Molinet here. C/ del Elkano 69 (Poble Sec).