Best Coffee Shops To Study In Europe
If you’re getting tired of buying over-priced coffee in over rated high street chains, why not check out these coffee shops which have the perfect atmosphere for studying? Here’s the best coffee shops to study in Europe.
Coffee Shop 1: Strada, Paris
This cozy cafe is one of the best places to get some serious studying done. Strada serves organic, small produced coffee from Ethiopia, India, and Brazil which is quite unique in Paris’ Malais district. The cafe has long benches inside so plenty of seating for such a small space. Get there early to secure the best seat in the house as it can get busy. There is also free Wi-Fi!
94 rue du Temple, 75003 Paris, France
Coffee Shop 2: Pollen Bakery, Manchester
Located just outside of Manchester’s central high-street is Pollen Bakery. It’s well known for being a sourdough bakery since 2016. This canal side cafe offers its customers an excellent choice of all-day brunch dishes, handmade cakes and barista-style coffee. Not only is the food and drink delicious, but the communal bench-style seating and large airy windows make the perfect environment for an afternoon of productive studying.
Cotton Field Wharf, 8 New Union St, Manchester M4 6FQ
Coffee Shop 3: Black Medicine Coffee Co , Edinburgh
Black Medicine Coffee Co is a busy hub for students and those who are bored of working from home. The interior resembles a forest except with incredible food options like chocolate treats and paninis. With coffee, many different types of cakes and a great ambience, Black Medicine is an ideal spot to study or just watch the world go by.
Black Medicine Coffee, 2 Nicolson St, Edinburgh, Scotland, +44 131 557 6269
Coffee Shop 4: Open, Italy
Definitely not a traditional library or usual coffee shop, Open is a new and innovative concept. Here, you can buy books, study and work. There is a €9 entry fee per day, but you can also get a reasonable €59 monthly membership which entitles you to free access to the working areas all day.
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