The 10 Best Co-Working Spaces for Entrepreneurs in Rome

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22 March 2017

Co-working is a modern phenomenon which encourages independent workers to intermingle with like-minded people and offers innumerous advantages such as idea exchange, collaboration, future opportunities and professional growth. Rome has many options for rented office and desk space for all types of needs, here is our top 10.


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Located near Tiburtina train station, the bright and airy Cowo|360 rents out desks by the hour, day or month, as well as having spaces available for meetings and events, and a WiFi café. There are also shared spaces for relaxation and a kitchen. They also host regular meet-ups, training courses and seminars related to technology, start-ups and business.


Closer to the concept of an internet café, Anticafé is a cheerful bar/office space near San Giovanni where clients pay by the hour and in return receive unlimited WiFi, coffee, cold drinks and pastries as well as use of the printer, books and supplies. Weekly and monthly subscriptions are also available.

Anticafé, Via Veio, 4, 00183 Rome, +39 06 7049 4442

Impact Hub

Impact Hub is a co-working space located in the hip San Lorenzo district which encourages idea exchange and community. Aside from renting desk space in the open-plan office there is also the possibility to become a member of their online community HUBnet, and attend themed meetings and aperitivos with like-minded workers.

Impact Hub, Viale dello Scalo, S. Lorenzo, 67, 00185 Rome, +39 06 9837 8085


With a name literally meaning ‘do stuff’ in local Roman dialect, FAMO COSE is a ‘makerspace’ in trendy Pigneto which fosters experimentation, creation and the sharing of digital ideas. There are a variety of subscription possibilities which permit the use of the technology and tools as well as allowing access to frequent workshops and meetings.

Famo Cose, Via Caltanissetta, 26, 00176 Rome, +39 06 9652 4118


Regus is a global network of office spaces which has four branches located in the centre of Rome. With a wide selection of options that range from hourly rental to full-time subscriptions, Regus suits independent workers looking for easily accessible desk space.

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Arcò is a 100sqm office space close to leafy Villa Ada which aims to cultivate inspiration and exchanges between like-minded professionals from a diverse range of sectors. As well as fresh, modern shared offices there is also a pretty interior courtyard where workers can relax, and discuss ideas and collaborations.

Arcò, Via Salaria 316, 00198 Rome, +39 340 3867088


Describing themselves as an ‘extended family’ which connects together professionals in communications, design, architecture and the visual arts for shared projects and ideas, CORTE offers different levels of membership, from fixed desks to daily rates, which also allow entrance into the community and access to workshops and events.

CORTE, Piazza Dante 3, 00185 Rome, +39 06 9259 5135


L’Alveare (literally meaning ‘the hive’) is a co-working space in the eastern Centocelle neighbourhood predominantly aimed at new mothers returning to work. As well as offering information and support, there is a comfortable co-working space with the added bonus of a babysitting service offered by childcare professionals, which is open to both mothers and fathers through an hourly, daily, monthly or annual basis.

L’Alveare, Via Fontechiari 35, 00172 Rome, +39 06 98261415