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September 5, 2019

5 Cool Cafés to Work and Study in Milan

Milan has no shortage of cafés and coworking spaces but how do you find the best one? How do you know which one won’t kick you out after you’ve been sitting there for four and a half hours nursing the same coffee? Well, have no fear! Below are five cool cafés that you’ll be excited to work from.

Coffice  – For the pros

Locations: Via Olona 11 – Viale Caldara 1

Prices: 4€ for the first hour and then 1.50€ for each additional 30 minutes (with unlimited access to coffee, tea and snacks)

Booking Available: Yes

Website: www.cofficemilano.it

Coffice Caffe Milan, Italy

What is it?

Coffice is a friendly coworking space where you can work and study, unfortunately, this means that it isn’t free, but they do give you access to a buffet of snacks and free tea and coffee!

Pros

  • You have access to fast Wi-Fi (we all know the pain of slow internet!)
  • You can keep your creative juices flowing with copious amounts of coffee and biscuits – you’ll feel at home!
  • They always organise interesting events and conferences

Con

  • You have to pay! It isn’t that cheap, but you do have access to the extra amenities which is a plus

UpcycleFor the bike fanatics

Location: Via Ampère 59

Prices: Just pay for your food and drinks

Booking Available: Yes

Website: www.upcyclecafe.it

Upcycle caffe milan, Italy

What is it?

Upcycle is a café that is a perfect spot for both cycling fanatics and those who just want to work or study. It promotes a sustainable lifestyle and hosts recycling and repurposing workshops so if you’re looking to save the planet while getting your work done, you know where to go.

Pros

  • There’s no pressure to leave! Here you can feel at home and stay as long as you want to
  • It has great food and drink – after all food is good for the brain!
  • There are plenty of seats and tables so you won’t be worried about finding one

Con

  • It can be very busy – this might not be an issue for everyone but if you struggle to concentrate, it might be difficult here

Crazy Cat CaféFor the cat lovers

Location: Via Torriani 5

Prices: A 1€ cat therapy charge that helps to pay for the upkeep of the cats

Booking Available: Yes

Website: www.crazycatcafe.it

Cat Caffe Milan, Italy

What is it?

The Crazy Cat Café will be heaven for anyone who loves felines and wants an excuse to sit with a bunch of rescue cats for the day. The café is home to six rescue cats who are free to roam around while you can pat them and sip a cat-puccino (or a meow-ito) if you’re feeling adventurous.

Pros

  • Animals are known to reduce stress so maybe sitting with some feline friends to get your work done will help you destress and be more productive
  • It has a wide menu that offers everything from sweet treats to full meals
  • There’s lots of tables and space if you want to meet colleagues or classmates

Con

  • If you love cats, they could prove to be distracting!

oTToFor the Instagrammers

Location: Via Sarpi 8

Prices: Just pay for what you eat and drink

Booking Available: Yes

Website: www.sarpiotto.com

Otto caffe Milan, Italy

What is it?

oTTo is a coffee shop that embraces a minimal, bohemian style which makes it perfect those looking for as little distraction as possible. It’s self-acclaimed as ‘a place where anyone could feel at home’ – what could be better!

Pros

  • It has a very friendly, easy-going atmosphere
  • It regularly hosts exhibits from local artists and features interesting events
  • It has great food and drink that can keep your creative juices flowing

Con

  • At lunch time and in the evenings, they’ll ask you to turn off your computer to promote conversation – not ideal if you’re in the middle of a big project!

Gogol and CompanyFor the bookworms

Location: Via Savona 101

Prices: Just pay for your food and drinks

Booking Available: No

Website: www.gogolandcompany.com

Gogol and Company Caffe Milan, Italy

What is it?

Gogol and Company is an independent bookshop, café and exhibition space that is sure to help you be more creative. They encourage you to take all the time you need and not to rush while also taking advantage of their free Wi-Fi and the seasonal dishes offered in their café.

Pros

  • It’s an independent bookshop that carefully curates their book selection so you’ll no doubt find something interesting and unusual
  • There are many events and courses on offer that span from music all the way to literature
  • They have free Wi-Fi and lots of plug points (always handy)

Con

  • As you can imagine, it can get pretty busy so finding a seat isn’t always easy
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