I’ve tried quite a few coworking spaces in Prague, but Locus is hands-down my favorite. The community is very welcoming, I felt like a true part of it even on my first day. The place is nice-looking and cozy and you can really focus on your work. It’s on the top floor, you get amazing views over Prague and Zizkov tower. I also like how Locus is a hub for many international people. If you’re looking for both a place to work and a welcoming community, Locus is absolutely the place you need to (at the very least) try!
I’ve been a Locus member for four years. It is a great environment for coworking–both the space itself and the activities organized for and available to members. I have also gained quite a few new clients (and friends!) through the contacts I’ve made at Locus.
I’ve remained a member from Day 1 above all because of the sense of community. It’s a diverse coworking space—Czechs and non-Czechs, creatives and coders, freelancers and startup entrepreneurs, “permanent” settlers and digital nomads. The way coworking was meant to be: members are consulted in almost every decision that affects us substantially. And the location is ideal, nestled in Vinohrady, one of the most popular neighborhoods in Prague. Come work, and play.
I was a Locus member for a year and a half, very happily and very productively! Friendly people, a great atmosphere, enjoyable events with the group, and a terrific location in Prague. I highly recommend.
I loved Locus and would highly recommend it to other digital nomads looking for a place where you can quickly find a sense of community.
Facility-wise, Locus has comfortable office chairs and desks, and large windows that let in a lot of natural light. They also have WiFi outside in the summer, so you can work in their courtyard.
The sense of belonging I felt at Locus made my 3-month stay in Prague feel like a second home. I hope to be back soon.