The pandemic has impacted the way we work and live. Remote work has become the norm, and we dare to say that it’s here to stay. While working from home is safe and comfortable (read this post too!), a change of scenery may be needed once in a while for a boost of creativity and productivity. Lucky for us in Seville, there are many options for cosy places to work, read or simply chill. Here you have a list of coffee shops to work from during your Erasmus Plus internship.
1. Un Gato en Bicicleta
There are a few reasons why Un Gato en Bicicleta is one of the most popular coffee shops in Seville! Hidden in the streets leading to Las Setas, this café is a little place of surprises. It’s fully decorated with a variety of quirky art on the walls, furnished with old-style tables and chairs and complete with a special corner dedicated to books and even more art.
2. El Viajero Sedentario
Sedentary is exactly what you won’t be when you find this café! Coffee and books is the promotional image of this place, well known for its lively al fresco area, making it ideal to work at on sunny and warm days.
3. Café Piola
Right in the heart of the famous Alameda de Hércules, Café Piola has memorable vintage lamps, interesting small sculptures and outstanding pieces of art that you can purchase. Make sure you try their natural orange juice!
Although it’s not a museum and it’s not in New York, Café MoMA wins points for their wide and tasty range of food and drinks on an open and welcoming place in Calle Feria.
6. La Crème de la Crème
The name of this café next to Las Setas sounds as good as its food tastes and atmosphere feels. Find here a wide range of mouth-watering pastries and cakes and a relaxing place to work.