Digital nomads are thriving thanks to modern-day technology. Workers can flock to any corner of the world with decent internet connection and get work done. But where are the best places to get the most of a workday while enjoying the traveling aspect of remote working?
Poznan, Poland is considered the “it” place of Poland. It offers a nice middle ground of small town and city. Not only does the town have great restaurants and a gorgeous theater, but the low cost of living is ideal for just about anyone.
Istanbul, Turkey is known for its merging of Western and Eastern culture. The cost of living is low, and travelers can enjoy the city’s famous architecture and historical sites.
Barcelona, Spain is perfect for those looking to soak up the sun. Compared to other Western European cities, Barcelona is cheap and transportation is readily available. On top of that, the city offers gorgeous beaches and plenty of eye-catching architecture.
Plovdiv, Bulgaria is a small but perfect town for digital nomads looking for nightlife, great food, and of course, fast internet connection.
Utrecht, the Netherlands offers the more quaint side of the country. Filled with medievals towns and charming houses, Utrecht is perfect for those looking for a balance of Dutch sites. It is also filled with a vibrant nightlife thanks to its large student population.
Any of these European cities are ideal for digital nomads with a sense of adventure.