The Best Guide for Digital Nomads in Barcelona

Looking for a guide for digital nomads in Barcelona? Digital nomads from around the world flock to Barcelona, with the Catalan capital being at the top of the list for many remote workers. With its all-year-round mild Mediterranean climate, sandy shores and welcoming European and international vibe, you’ll be stuck for reasons not to come.

But apart from this, why else do digital nomads choose Barcelona as a pit stop on their adventures?

For digital nomads, Barcelona is very well-connected with other top remote working locations. Getting from Europe to Asia has never been easier thanks to El Prat airport, with hundreds of flights every day. Barcelona’s location in central Europe also facilitates remote work thanks to being in same time zone as colleagues in Europe.

What’s more, Barcelona is a huge economic hub and holds a range of conferences and networking events every year. From hosting the huge Mobile World Congress to smaller events for start-ups, getting to know people in your field and expanding your horizons to other areas has never been easier.

If that’s not enough for digital nomads, Barcelona’s cultural scene boasts something for everyone. From theatres, live gigs by international artists, some of the world’s most stunning modernist architecture and museums galore, what better city to be in when the working day ends.

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Digital nomads in Barcelona: the best short-term and monthly rentals

Digital nomads can count on Bizflats when it comes to finding a short- or long-term rentals in Barcelona. Given Barcelona’s popularity, demand for accommodation in the city has rocketed in the past five years. This means that digital nomads often arrive feeling overwhelmed and unsure where to turn.

For digital nomads, we know that a flexible rentals is top on your list of priority.  Browse our long-term and short-term apartments here before you arrive. We boast a wide range of executive, comfortable and contemporary apartments equipped with everything digital nomads need. From Wi-Fi and desks where you can work in the utmost comfort to sunny terraces and sun-filled living rooms, working from home away from home has never been so easy.

Digital nomads know that finding a monthly rental apartment in a new city can be a daunting prospect. That’s why we’ve compiled a list of five must-haves for you to bear in mind when finding your perfect pad for the next few months.

What’s more, as a digital nomad, we know how important your time is – so, all our apartments ensure no fuss and we take care of all the time-consuming paperwork.

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Still deciding? Check out our recommendations on the best locations to stay here. As your stay in Barcelona is temporary, location is key to ensuring you get to see the most of the city. Because working from home can often be quite solitary, these central locations and upcoming business areas offer co-working spaces, spacious coffee shops and quiet libraries.

Last but not least, your safety and that of our staff is our number one priority. The Covid-19 measures we have adopted in all our apartments mean our apartments are the safest option for digital nomads.

What is the cost of living for digital nomads in Barcelona?

The cost of living for digital nomads in Barcelona can vary greatly depending on your own tastes and interests.

Because we know what’s important to you, our article on the cost of living in Barcelona covers the most important areas so you can prepare for your stay in Barcelona.

As a digital nomad, you’ll need to know the costs of getting around the city to conferences, networking events and meetings, and eating out for both work and leisure. What’s more, we’ve covered the costs of entertainment, nightlife and culture for your much deserved time off.


Digital nomads: getting taxis in Barcelona

As a digital nomad, getting from A to B quickly and in comfort is your aim. Luckily for you, Barcelona’s ample taxi network means that this is possible.

Getting a taxi in a new city can often be daunting. Check out our step-by-step guide on getting a taxi in Barcelona here for information on prices, tipping, Covid-19 measures and airport transfers.


Digital nomads: things to see & do in Barcelona

If your stay in Barcelona is temporary, exploring this bustling, beautiful city before you move on to your next remote work destination is a must.

Digital nomads can make sure they don’t miss out on any of Barcelona’s wonders with our recommendations on the best the city has to offer.

Explore the trendy neighbourhood of El Born whilst travelling back in time and stumbling across hidden gems. Uncover the stunning architecture of the Eixample district, including la Sagrada Familia and other Gaudí’s masterpieces. Check out our list of the top 10 places to visit in Barcelona, including the stunning Las Ramblas, the colourful Boqueria market and the views offered by Montjuic.

Digital nomads can also make the most of Barcelona’s fantastic location for day trips to surrounding areas. Discover villages bursting with character such as Sitges, picturesque scenery and sprawling beaches in Cadaqués or a dose of history and art in Dalí’s Figueres.

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Learning basic Catalan for digital nomads

For digital nomads who are interested in staying in the city for longer, or for those who simply want to make a great impression with locals and fit in when ordering coffee, getting a taxi or making business contacts, learning Catalan is a must.

Here we’ve compiled a list of the most essential Catalan phrases to make your stay as productive as possible.

We hope this brief guide to being a digital nomad in Barcelona will make your stay with us unforgettable. Don’t forget that our team is on hand to help you every step along the way. Remote working has never been easier!

If you need more help finding your place to stay in Barcelona, write us to or call us +34 936 394 343 We will be happy to help you 😉

2 thoughts on “The Best Guide for Digital Nomads in Barcelona

  • August 26, 2020 at 15:31

    Well . . . there is the Covid-19 second wave.

  • August 31, 2020 at 19:23

    Hi Neil, life still runs over here 😉
    In fact, the government and health authorities deny that this is a second wave. They talk about outbreaks that in no case are causing the damage we suffered at the peak of the pandemic. Here we citizens continue to apply very seriously the three rules that save lives: wash your hands, wear a mask and social distancing (don’t stand so close to me!)<-2 meters->

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