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Finland’s growing number of startups is raising the demand for flexible workplaces in the country. In Helsinki alone, a lot of accessible co-working spaces, cafés, and libraries are redefining the concept of the traditional office with more versatile options. Whether you’re on a leisure or business trip, you can count on these places to provide what you need to get your job done while in the world’s happiest country!

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UMA Esplanadi

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

Located on the third floor of Academic Bookstore, UMA Esplanadi welcomes you to a modern space that features bold colors of nature in their workstations and meeting rooms. They offer flexible rates depending on your needs, but you can register ahead to get a free day pass on your first visit. The day pass originally costs EUR25 (around USD28) that covers amenities such as Wi-Fi access, print and copy services, and complimentary drinks.

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Helsinki Think Company

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

The best things in life are free; thus, the complimentary coworking spaces at the University of Helsinki campuses (City Centre, Kumpula, Vikki, and Meilahti). The institution advocates the practical application of academic skills, so Helsinki Think Company goes beyond networking as they invite business-minded individuals to be part of their vibrant community. Make sure to check if they have workshops, discussions, and other community events during your stay!

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Roasberg

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

The tagline of the café sums it up: “First, you drink coffee, then you do things.” Roasberg was conceptualized with remote workers in mind, providing invigorating brews in a relaxing setting. Book their basement bar, Sivukonttori, for client meetings and business presentations. The coffee house is also home to an art gallery to give you much-needed inspiration for your next project.

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Fratello Torrefazione

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

Good coffee may be one of the reasons why Finns are the happiest people in the world. Located in the Kluuvi Shopping Center, Fratello Torrefazione is a cozy Italian café known for its excellent brews and dependable service. Park yourself on a table, order a cup of coffee, and go through your deadlines!

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Gran Delicato

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

Experience the city’s landmark Greek and Mediterranean café and deli. Expect locals and tourists alike at Gran Delicato’s original branch in Kalevankatu enjoying ciabattas, paninis, salads, and coffee. The place’s homey yet stylish ambiance is perfect for both casual dining and remote working.

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Ekberg

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

Finland's oldest bakery is a perfect place for a meeting of the minds over cake and coffee. Ekberg’s interiors capture the essence of Bulevardi, with its summertime terrace overlooking the hustle and bustle of everyday street life. Make a reservation online before going to avoid waiting for a table.

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Helsinki University Main Library (Kaisa House)

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

While the impeccable Finnish architecture of the country’s largest multidisciplinary university library already warrants a visit, it is their research facilities that make the difference for people looking to get down to business. Pinned in the Kaisa House on Fabianinkatu in Kaisaniemi, the Main Library is easily accessible, offering free use of WiFi and workstations—all the more reason to rummage through their expansive electronic data collection!

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Helsinki Central Library Oodi

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Helsinki, Finland • Recommendation • 

Designed by ALA Architects, Helsinki's newest public library veers away from stereotypes. It has all the things you need in a remote workplace and more! Oodi has three floors and each has a designated function: the ground floor is a dynamic space, the second floor is dedicated for interaction and work activities, and the third floor is home to “Book Heaven.” Most of the facilities, including the workstations, can be used free of charge. Plus, there are cafés inside the library to provide your caffeine fix through the day!

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