Top 5 Cafes in Berlin for Studying and Working

Berlin might very well be the most popular European city among the young people and is known for its urban charm. People from more than 190 countries live in Berlin, making it one of the top multicultural cities in Europe. It is a major business and science location, attracting students and workers and providing them with comfortable cafes to concentrate on their work while enjoying delicious coffee. Here are YT top five of them.

Sankt Oberholz

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This café is Berlin’s most famous creative-crowd-meeting point and is always packed with MacBooks. Located on the busy corner of Rosenthaler and Torstrasse, the two-story space acts like a giant living room for the city’s “digital bohemians.”


Located just around the corner from the tourist hotspot Checkpoint Charlie, this café is laptop-friendly and has separate areas for working and reading. Apart from tasty snacks and great coffee, the place offers a wide selection of books and magazines.

Betahaus Café

As it states on the café’s website, this spot is a “co-working space for individuals who want to choose and share their ideas of work.” The interior of the café does everything to help achieve such goal – comfortable desks, free Wi-Fi and projectors are all available.


Located in one of Berlin’s most interesting neighborhoods for young people – Kreuzberg, this café was one of the first to start offering free Wi-Fi. Although the service is rather slow and uninterested, the spot still remains popular among students and workers.


This spot has everything a neighborhood café needs, plus a laundry room. Having coffee and working on a few tasks while waiting for your laundry becomes possible at this café. Free Wi-Fi and great coffee are essential.


See also the list of best cafes in Prague for studying and working.

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