Although all of the cities on our list are great places to work from, there are some that are much better equipped for mobile worker than others.
A city oozing with rich culture and architecture, it’s no wonder the capital of Turkey took the number one spot on our list.
Besides fantastic city vistas and a bustling work environment, Istanbul boasts an astounding 59,176 free Wi-Fi spots! That’s 45,000 more than any other city on our list.
Combine this with a cheap coffee price of just €1.73 and a daily renting cost of €69.36 for accommodation and you have a city that can accommodate any hybrid worker.
In fact, the only area Istanbul falls down in is its number of co-working spaces, with just 45. But with all those free Wi-Fi spots, this isn’t really an issue.
For an inexpensive daily renting rate, look no further than Sofia.
The capital of Bulgaria might not have the most free Wi-Fi spots or co-working spaces, with just 4,443 and 48 respectively, but the cheap price of coffee and work spaces more than makes up for this.
A Bulgarian coffee is set to only cost you €1.75, and their rented spaces cost just €48.96 for the day!
Considering how beautiful Sofia is, these are simply added bonuses on top of an incredible city experience.
Following closely behind Sofia and Istanbul is the capital of the UK.
Awash in a staggering 886 co-working spaces, London is the place to be if you want a social working experience in the heart of a historic city.
London’s free Wi-Fi spots are nothing to be sniffed at either, with 12,520 spread out across the city, and while the daily renting rate is high at €188.70, the sheer volume of accommodation available means you’ll have no trouble finding somewhere affordable; just be prepared to pay more than €3.50 for a coffee.
The second Balkan capital to make our list, Budapest shares many of the same great features as Sofia but is a little pricier.
That being said, the average cup of Hungarian coffee is still only €1.61 and daily renting will cost you around €85.68.
Budapest also has a few extra Wi-Fi spots than Sofia, with 5,335, as well as 59 co-working spaces; it really is just the increased price point that prevents Budapest from being any higher on our list.
Last, but not least, we have the capital of Croatia.
A bit of a surprise given Zagreb’s minimal co-working spaces - there are just 10 throughout the entire city - and with only 2,812 free Wi-Fi spots, price is once again the deciding factor in Zagreb’s favour.
A cup of coffee from Zagreb will cost you an average of just €1.76 and daily rent for accommodation is just €71.40, which isn’t bad considering all the exciting tourist hotspots you can visit on your lunch break.