Home Is Where the Heart Is: Top 5 Places for Digital Nomads and Freelancers in Europe

August 14, 2020

Digital nomads and freelancers find that Europe can be a welcoming place to work, live, and enjoy life. However, for those who want to make the most of their free lifestyle, knowing the best of the best locations is key. Keep reading to learn what these are.

1. Budapest, Hungary

While renting a property in Spain is a great option, there is no question that Budapest has something to offer, too. The cost of living here is much more affordable than cities in western Europe and cheaper than Prague. The city is also filled with an array of bars and cafes that are considered "work-friendly." These locations provide visitors high-speed WiFi and other appealing amenities.

2. Tallinn, Estonia

Estonia was the very first country in the entire world to provide visitors with a digital nomad visa. This allows digital nomads to live in Estonia, legally, for 365 days. Here nomads can also find an array of co-working locations, cafes with free WiFi, and affordable places to stay.

3. Lagos, Portugal

For those who want to enjoy the moth of October surrounded by beautiful scenery and great weather, they should look no further than Lagos, Portugal. This city is found on the southern Algarve coast and the perfect location to stay a while. The coast is full of unique rock formations, quiet beaches, and there are plenty of places to get some work done. The accommodations are inexpensive and most digital nomads will find a few new friends thanks to the popularity of this area.

4. Krakow, Poland

If someone is looking for the best European cities to call home -; at least for a little while -; then Krakow is a great option. This is the second largest city in Poland and has an array of co-working spaces, along with plenty of things to do in the evening. The area also has an interesting history but is still small enough so that digital nomads aren't overly distracted. It is also an extremely cheap place to visit, which means it is possible to live large even with a small budget.

There is one downside to Krakow. It gets chilly during the winter. This means it may be best to venture elsewhere this time of the year.

5. Kotor, Montenegro

For nature loving nomads, this is a great option. Mountains are all around the city, and the bay is filled with beautiful blue water. The history of this city alone is enough to keep individuals interested and engaged with their new home.

There is an array of work-friendly cafes to visit, but some of these locations will close during the winter. This is why it is so important to have a reliable internet connection elsewhere. The climate here is mild, which makes it a great location to visit year-round.

Choosing the Best Location

When it comes to finding the right European location for living a nomadic life, there is no question that there are more than a few to choose from. Review the information here to see what is offered by some of the top spots to figure out which one is right. Also, one of the best parts of being a digital nomad is getting to go from one location to another, so why not visit them all?

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