Top 5 Destinations For Digital Nomads

With lockdowns happening recently worldwide, more and more companies are adapting their operations to a remote-working situation, and it seems that some of them even consider maintaining that modus operandi for the long term, opening a world of opportunities for those working remotely. 

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What would you do if you could work from anywhere in the world? Well, an increasingly high number of young adults are taking this as an opportunity to travel the world with their laptops, working from stunning paradises, making new friends all over the globe, and participating in all kinds of social activities. 

Like many other digital nomads, if you are looking for the best countries to move to, let us tell you about five of the top destinations to visit, considering factors like cost of living, weather, safety, wifi quality, etc. 

Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon is turning into one of the world’s capitals, with its fantastic, sunny weather all year and a growing community of digital nomads. The Portuguese city stands out amongst other European capitals for its relatively cheap lifestyle and the impressive artistic and cultural scene that you can see around the city in bars and social gathering points.

This digital capital also offers its visitors good quality internet and plenty of workspaces available to visit in the form of wifi cafes where you can meet and interact with many like-minded people from all over the world. 

Berlin, Germany

Germany has become one of the top countries for digital nomads. While living here isn’t exactly cheap, it is one of the less expensive countries in Europe. In recent years, Germany started adapting to modern life, offering numerous affordable co-working spaces and excellent wifi reception. 


Berlin’s transportation and nightlife are amazing, and the city is more affordable than Munich or Cologne while having loads to do while being a clean and safe city. The weather in Berlin is temperate, but warm during the summer months. It rains throughout the year, making it a versatile climate without being too cold or hot. 

Chiang Mai, Thailand

This city is a paradise for those interested in nature and cohabitating a space with its endemic species. The misty mountain aesthetic of the city counterpoints a beautiful, harmonious green land while also offering modern co-working spaces armed with good quality wifi. 

Thailand is considered an affordable place to live in, and Chiang Mai isn’t the exception; it is a beautiful place with a reasonable living cost. The weather is warm and humid, which can be a downside for some, but represents the chance of living in shorts and sandals every day, which some crave. 

Florence, Italy

If you’re looking for a beautiful city full of art, history, and culture, the birthplace of the Italian Renaissance is the perfect place for you. While living in Florence isn’t as affordable as living in other cities of the European Union, the fantastic food and the centuries of art and history make this city a very attractive place for digital nomads.

The internet speed in Florence is a little slower than most other cities in Europe, famous amongst digital nomads, but the beauty of the city and all there is to do makes up for it a little. There are plenty of modern co-working spaces with flexible memberships to choose from.

Colombo, Sri Lanka

This beautiful, lush green island in the middle of the Indian Ocean is inhabited by relaxed locals living a slow-paced life that will make you wish you were that relaxed. The vibe on the island is all about relaxation and communing with nature, which is perfect for a spiritual getaway. 

The living costs are very affordable compared to the rest of the places on this list, but the internet speed might not be as good as in the European cities mentioned above. Still, Colombo is a very safe city with a plethora of co-working spaces available to choose from. 


More and more cities worldwide are becoming available to visit for digital nomads working remotely and looking for an experience as close to being on vacation as possible. So don’t miss out and join the growing community of digital nomads traveling the world in this exact instant. 


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