Finding remote work that actually pays is most definitely not an easy task. With the expansion of the nomadic way of life, you would think that the possibilities would be endless, but that’s not always the case. Depending on the niche you choose, and your area of expertise, you can earn a decent paycheck, but you first need to know where to look.
However, even when you manage to do that, the question of the best destinations you should visit still remains open. Certain locations are more welcoming to digital nomads than others, so making the correct choice can be crucial, especially for people who are just getting acclimated to this way of life. Here are some places that can present a great starting point.
Before arriving in Tbilisi, Georgia, plenty of people think that the main selling points of this fantastic city are the low costs of living and excellent domestic cuisine. Truth be told, these things are true, but they only present one part of the equation.
The stunning architecture, local people who aren’t exactly party animals, but have a very friendly attitude towards strangers, and impressive natural scenery all play a role in the appeal of this phenomenal city. Public transport is not the best, but taxi services aren’t terribly expensive either, so you’ll probably manage to get around just fine. Additionally, you should relish the opportunity to meet a ton of digital nomads, who flock to this amazing city year after year.
Cape Town, South Africa
For most people, visiting Africa ranks very high on the bucket list of priorities in life. Luckily for them, it is also a destination which accommodates the nomadic lifestyle perfectly. Cape Town is not too expensive to live in, the climate is great, albeit a little too hot for some, and the internet is easily available throughout the city. In total, it gives you everything you would expect to find in a digital nomad center point. Perhaps that’s why it has exploded in popularity in recent years.
From the cheapest accommodations you’ll ever gonna find in a huge city, starting at just $15 a night, to luxury retreats designed for people from the upper echelon, Cape Town has it all. So, if you want to spend your days waking up in this lovely city, feel free to go for it. Chances are that will be the best decision you’ve ever made.
Buenos Aires, Argentina
From one continent to another, we move to the capital of Argentina, the majestic city of Buenos Aires. If you know a lick of Spanish, you are familiar with the meaning of the name, which points to excellent air quality. However, the thing that makes it stand out from the rest is the jaw-dropping architecture which it possesses.
Compared to some other major cities in South America, Buenos Aires also has a decent public transport system, which ranks pretty high on the list of priorities for most nomads. While coffee shops aren’t all that great for the working nomads, as they can be quite crowded and loud, you can find peaceful co-working cites at every other corner. Either way, if you love to travel, we advise you to visit Argentina at least once in your life. You will love it, and that’s a guarantee.
If the stunning buildings capture your attention, you will lose your mind in Budapest. Sure, it’s not the warmest place in the world, but we have to offer something for the readers who like colder climates, right? Compared to some other places surrounding it, it’s dirt cheap, while offering even more interesting tourist attractions, making it an excellent all-rounder.
Another thing that is awesome about Hungary is the fact that it’s located in the heart of Europe, which means that most other capitals are easily reachable by plane, train, car, or any other transportation device you can imagine. It is extremely clean, safe and welcoming to people of all demographics, thus truly making it the European focal point for all nomads.