The pandemic has turned our lives completely bonkers. Where and how we worked has changed dramatically. There are more people working from home than ever before. There are those that are keen to ditch the office for good, while some are dying to return to office as their house or venue for working from home is not conducive.
Across the world, there are varying locations for remote working, ranging from coastal getaways to buzzing inner-city stays, available to suit any budget.
Euronews has listed some destinations for the perfect remote working.
Krakow is home to one of the oldest academic institution in the world, such as the Jagiellonian University which opened in 1364. Krakow also house the Opera Krakowska, the national opera company which stages an average of 200 performances per year.
Being one of the most digitally advanced societies in the world, Estonia is definitely a country worth considering. With cheap cost of living, as well as great access to accommodation and public transport, Tallinn has everything you’ll ever need, be it for a short stay or long-term hub.
For people who loves the sun and enjoy beaches, this dreamy coastal city is perfect. Remote workers can also visit cultural wonders such as the Silk Exchange, known for its rich history and intricate gothic style. After a tour of the Silk Exchange, you can dine out at Valencia’s Central Market that will tingle your tastebuds with the greatest culinary delights the Mediterranean has to offer. Valencia is also ranked as one of the most affordable cities for remote workers.
If you fancy beaches and green space, then Sydney is just the place for you. Rated highly for its remote working infrastructure, Sydney provides a big window of opportunity for those wanting a fresh start, excellent internet speed and capacity, as well as various co-working space.
If you don’t fancy fast paced life and rather have some peace and quiet, Rijeka might just be the place for you. With its sparkling blue waters, and a host of cafes and restaurants along the city’s Korzo promenade, digital nomads can seek out a quiet spot to rouse away the hours in the gorgeous Croatian sun.
Berlin is brimming with galleries, theatres and museum as it is known throughout Europe for its arts and cultures. You can peruse many of the art exhibitions that the city has in store. When the sun sets, there are many music venues where you can unwind yourself, and it’s safe to safe that you’ll be spoiled with options.