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Top destinations for digital nomads

Whether you love working from home alongside your dog or dread never-ending meetings, one simple fact is true: The world is experiencing a remote work revolution. As many remote workers have sat in their kitchens, bedrooms, and home offices working from computers, quite a few have thought about upgrading their surroundings to something a little more exciting. After all, there’s plenty of Wi-Fi to go around in a beach house anywhere in the world. 

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Why should you become a digital nomad?

There are many benefits of working while traveling. One of the most significant is that you can choose to work from any place in the world as long as you have an internet connection. This means you can work from your home country, or if you want to travel throughout Europe for a month, then do so!

Not only are there many places to work remotely, there are also some countries where it’s possible to live on very little money!

Here are a few beautiful destinations which you can visit while you work remotely!

Portugal 

Portugal is without a doubt a digital nomad hotspot at the moment. Great weather, friendly locals, fast internet, amazing coworking offices, a rich expat community and affordable prices are what bring more and more remote workers to this country.

Portugal even offers a digital nomad visa for remote workers who want to stay in the country for a longer period of time.

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Romania

Romania is a country that many digital nomads have been flocking to in recent years. The cost of living there is extremely low, and the country itself is beautiful, with plenty of nature and architecture to explore. The capital city of Bucharest has become one of Europe’s top startup hubs, which makes Romania an attractive place for those who want to work on their ideas before taking them global. Plus, Romania has some great coworking spaces in major cities like Bucharest and Timisoara where you can meet other entrepreneurs and collaborate on projects with them.

If you’re travelling solo or with your partner but don’t want to isolate yourself from others entirely when it comes time for work or play, then Romania will keep you happy as well: It’s known around Europe as having one of the best work-life balances on the continent!

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Mauritius 

Mauritius is a tropical island in the Indian Ocean, located about 900 miles east of Madagascar. Along with its beaches and forests, this destination offers plenty of opportunities for hiking, horseback riding, and golfing. You can also go scuba diving or surfing if you’re feeling more adventurous!

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Panama

Panama is another great destination to work remotely. It’s a good place to live, travel, relax and enjoy the outdoors. It has more than 250 coworking spaces across the country. Many digital nomads choose Panama City as their base because it has all the amenities they need while they’re there.

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So there you have it! Our top destinations for digital nomads to travel and work. We recommend using these tips as a starting point for your own adventure. Remember: There is no better way to learn than from someone who has done it themselves, so be sure to ask around before settling on one destination over another.

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