A guide to office space in Barcelona
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Spain’s second most populated city behind the capital Madrid, Barcelona is one of Europe's major hubs in terms of the economy, tourism and culture.

It is a leading smart city and an important European transport centre serviced by both the Port of Barcelona and Barcelona-El Prat Airport.

The location

The capital of the Catalonia region, Barcelona is found on the northeast coast of the Iberian Peninsula looking out over the Mediterranean Sea. 

With mild winters and warm, dry summers Barcelona benefits from an ideal climate. 

The city is divided into 10 administrative districts; Ciutat Vella, Eixample, Sants-Montjuïc, Les Corts, Sarrià-Sant Gervasi, Gràcia, Horta-Guinardó, Nou Barris, Sant Andreu, and Sant Martí.


Neighbouring areas - price comparisons, per person per month

The prices given below are the minimum to maximum average cost for serviced offices, per person per month, derived from our Sales Team's knowledge.
Area Indicative price range
Barcelona
€300 - 850
Madrid
€300 - 1000
Berlin €400 - 900
London   €500 - 2000


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Costs

The prices for serviced office space can range from between €300 per workstation for locations away from the CBD, rising to around €850 per workstation in the CBD depending on exact location and requirements. 

However, when looking at serviced offices it is always worth keeping in mind that these costs usually cover a whole variety of amenities, which may include Internet meeting rooms, reception services etc., and as such can me more cost-effective than traditional leases.


Office sizes

We currently have over 50 different business centres offering a variety of different office spaces in terms of style, size and cost in Barcelona.


As such, we are confident that if you are looking for office space in Barcelona, we will be able to help you with your enquiry.

Instant Offices are able to accommodate most enquiries, from one person through to 100 or more depending on the specifics. 

Five things you probably didn’t know about Barcelona:
  • Barcelona’s beaches make it one of the best beach cities in the world but prior to 1992 there were no public-access beaches as the coastline was populated by local industries
  • Barcelona was the first and only city to receive the Royal Gold Medal for architecture in 1999, an honour that has been awarded to individuals by the Royal Institute of British Architects since 1848
  • La Rambla, the most famous tourist avenue in the city is actually five streets combined: Canaletes, Estudis, Sant Josep, Caputxins and Santa Mònica
  • ‘Catanyol’ a mix of Catalan and Spanish is widely used in Barcelona
  • Some people believe Hercules was the founder of the city, approximately 400 years before Rome was built, while others believe Carthaginian Hamilcar Barca, father of Hannibal, founded the city, who named the city Barcino after his family in the Third century BC

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Why choose Barcelona?

There is good reason why Barcelona is one of the most visited cities in Europe. It is home to a number of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including Sagrada Famila, Casa Milà and Park Güell. 

Barcelona has a reputation for having a strong influence on the country’s media, fashion, entertainment, education and commerce to name just a few and is also a leading global city for trade fairs and exhibitions.

For sports lovers, Barcelona is also of course famous for being home to the Camp Nou, the largest stadium in Europe, and home to F.C. Barcelona.


A closer look at Barcelona

The following districts are the most popular areas in which to rent office space:

Barcelona CBD
  • Mainly located in Ciutat Vella and Eixample districts along the length of Avienda Diagonal 
  • A lot of commercial activity centred around Paseo de Gracia
  • Ciutat Vella is the ‘Old City’ and is divided by the boulevards of La Rambla and encompasses the area on the seafront containing the Barcelona World Trade Center
Sant Marti
  • Home to Diagonal Mar, one of the most ambitious ongoing urban regeneration schemes in the city started in the late 1990s and home to nearly 20 skyscrapers
  • Also home to @22 Barcelona, known as Districte de la  innovació (innovation district) it is a new business district in the formerly industrial area of Poblenou within Sant Marti
  • Area includes the Ventre Comercial Diagonal Mar, Catalunya’s largest shopping centre
Ensanche Barcelonés
  • Predominantly a residential area of the city
  • Office space can be found in a number of 70’s style buildings
  • Also has a number of modern and prestigious office buildings that are cheaper than the CBD
Zona Franca
  • Logistics and industrial area in the Sants-Montjuïc district
  • Strategic position ideally located between the port and the airport
  • Home to the original SEAT automotive factory and a Nissan Motors factory


Want to find out more?

If you’re looking to move into the area, or simply require more information, contact Instant Offices' specialist local consultants.

Email our team or call us and we'll be delighted to help you.


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