Work remotely and want to travel the world? It sounds like a dream — and in this digital age it’s more possible than ever before.
Our friend in travel, Blaine Omega, traveled the world for two years and along her way she curated golden city guides with information every digital nomad is dying to get their hands on. Explore these 5 digital nomad cities she picked as her favorites!
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Buenos Aires, Argentina
Buenos Aires is a metropolitan city known for its wine, tango and passion! Often fondly referred to as “The Paris Of South America”, porteños (people living in Buenos Aires) pride their city on its European roots and feel. You will find locals sitting at sidewalk cafés, chatting and enjoying one another’s company until late into the evening.
Where digital nomads love to work from in Buenos Aires:
Access to professional events and workshops. A large, beautiful space with indoor and outdoor working areas. Café with quality coffee located in the building.
Multiple locations allow you to book the most convenient one for you. Fun community events. Multiple call booths and small meeting rooms for booking.
World-renowned for its architectural beauty, its cultural character, and the way it blends tradition with innovation, those traveling to Barcelona will find themselves in one of the finest destinations in Europe. A city in constant flux, Barcelona is defined by Spanish and Catalan influences, and the push and pull between modern and old.
Where digital nomads love to work from in Barcelona:
Frequent community events available to members. Well lit comfortable office with a beautiful terrace and views (Sagrada Familia location). Flexible and fixed desks, private offices, and meeting rooms available.
Multiple locations to choose from. A variety of membership options to fit your needs. Modern and aesthetically pleasing spaces to inspire your work.
Known for its truly cosmopolitan nature, Berlin is an ever evolving, vibrant city that is taking over as the start-up center of Europe. Its central location in Europe also increases its diverse make up! It has a complicated history (the city has stellar museums and memorials that should not be missed), but has managed to maintain the reputation of a wild child, with world famous nightclubs.
Where digital nomads love to work from in Berlin:
One Coworking is a relatively new platform that allows members to work from multiple coworking spaces in Berlin. They offer 4 day, 9 day, and 22 day memberships. It’s a great way to see the city and try out different spaces. They also organize meet up events so you can get to know locals and other digital nomads in Berlin.
Hosts internal and external meetup events for networking opportunities. Very centrally located in Mitte. Access to both locations and their large coworking café with excellent food and coffee.
Beautiful aesthetics, comfortable, and well designed. A variety of desk and membership options. Well organized community events.
Chiang Mai, Thailand
Known as the northern capital, Chiang Mai is a laid back oasis compared to the hustle and bustle of Bangkok. The city is overflowing with temples and quaint narrow streets that are perfect for exploring. Nearby outdoor excursions abound, including elephant sanctuaries and hiking trails. Be sure not to miss the Chiang Mai weekend night market, a street foodie heaven! This is a great place to land if you’re looking to integrate with an expansive expat and digital nomad community.
Where digital nomads love to work from in Chiang Mai:
Punspace Tha Phae Gate
Multiple locations to suit your needs. Great community of digital nomads and expats with lots of events to meet and connect with others. Offers flexible and fixed desks. Meeting rooms, private offices, and small call rooms are also available.
Bali is an Indonesian island known for its forested volcanic mountains, iconic rice paddies, beaches and coral reefs. It’s a digital nomad hub, so finding reliable wifi – with a view – isn’t a problem! Whether you are looking to work with your toes in the sand and have access to world class surf at lunch, or be in a mountainous jungle with wildlife galore, there is a place in Bali for everyone.
Where digital nomads love to work from in Bali:
It’s a brand new space with beautiful design by an award-winning architect. There is a swimming pool on site and it’s walking distance to the beach. State of the art technology and appliances.
Dojo Bali Coworking
They have a lot of seating options both in it’s open air sections and outdoors. There is a pool is the backyard and it is a ~5 minute walk to the beach. Tons of community events and opportunities to meet other digital nomads. A delicious cafe for coworkers only.
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