One of my life mottos is: make life easy again. Now, tell me, what’s easier than checking out some categorized Google Maps lists when you have no idea where to go and what to do in Valencia? Yeah, buddy, we did the dirty work for you - de nada. Keep reading if you wanna save tons of time and simply enjoy the city.
There’s no denying that remote work has become very popular since the pandemic.
There are more digital nomads than ever and lots of people realize they don’t wanna go back to their offices. Well, why would you if you can also work from a bunch of lovely cafes in Valencia? You just have to know where to find them. To make the search a little easier, we’ve listed 15 work-friendly cafes for you, from popular places to insider secrets. Let’s work it, amigos!
Today in our series of frequently visited places, we introduce to you: Blackbird Café. This artisan bakery-cafe was one of our first loves (not to confuse with doves) in Valencia. In fact, we’ve been here so many times that we became friends with the owners. If you’re looking for an awesome brunch spot and great specialty coffee, you’re gonna want to stick around.
On a hot Summer’s day, one of my friends wanted to cool down and catch up at Federal Café. She’d heard great stories about it and wanted to find out for herself. As it turns out: you can totally dream the day away while sipping on some Australian coffee. Is there more to it? You bet! If you’re looking for a great, trendy, brunch spot – this cafe should be on your must-visit list.
This is one of my go-to healthy cafes in Ruzafa. It’s the perfect place to grab something healthy, have some downtime on their patio, listen to live music and follow a workshop while enjoying the laid-back atmosphere. But it doesn’t stop there, Artysana offers even more goodness. Artists and art enthusiasts of Valencia, stay tuned…
How do you find a job in a foreign country when you don’t speak the language?
Seems like a challenge, doesn’t it? But here’s the thing - if you’re willing to try different things and keep an open mind, then it’s definitely possible to find a job in Valencia. Of course, you’ll have more opportunities if you speak Spanish, but if you don’t, there are enough options too. Let’s get to work, friends.