Valencia is home to a buzzing start up scene and is an increasingly popular location for remote workers. Why?
Maybe it’s the glorious weather and Mediterranean location, or the international vibe of the city, or even the fact that it feels calm enough to live in yet cosmopolitan enough to seek opportunities!
Whatever the case may be, Valencia is a city filled with digital nomads looking for work spaces. Coworking in Valencia has thus risen in popularity with many centers popping up in and around the city.
International Coworking Valencia recently featured in Travel Magazine! The article by Travel Mag gives a better insight into the 10 of the top coworking locations in the city. ICV features at #5!
Read more about Coworking in Valencia right here: 10 of the Best Coworking Spaces in Valencia
Valencia has got everything you need. It’s a big city with lots of networking possibilities. It’s fun and vibrant and has a beachy feel to it – just perfect for a summer destination. And not to mention the quality of life is second to none.
In terms of city prices, Valencia is a much better choice than Madrid or Barcelona. Flats and apartments value much lower when it comes to rentals and you’re more likely to find a place in the area you want to live in, especially in a central location, compared to other major cities. What’s more, food is cheap and nature trails, beaches and mountains are right on your doorstep. These factors alone make Valencia a great choice in terms of better living.
With an average of 18 degrees celsius year round, this city is very enjoyable and comfortable to live in. You’ll even catch people enjoying sunny weather at the beach in December! It’s a popular spot for Northern Europeans and at ICV we have had the pleasure of hosting many German, Dutch, British and Swedish traveling professionals at our coworking space.
Lots of coworkers combine their jobs with Spanish lessons. At ICV we share our space with a Language School. We offer competitive prices and many internationals like to brush up on their Spanish or even just learn the basics while they stay in Valencia. It’s a great way to meet people too and get familiar with the Spanish culture.
Many Europeans opt for Valencia making it a great networking destination. Located on the eastern coast of Spain, it’s easily accessible with its own international airport as well as great connections to other Spanish cities like Barcelona, Alicante and Madrid. If people want to travel around Spain or even to the local islands like Ibiza and Mallorca, it’s the perfect place to do this from. Overall, it’s a very attractive destination for European nomads and the fresh start up scene only adds to this.
For more information on renting a work space at ICV, check out our website and prices here.