15 Top Countries for Nomads – Part 3
Imagine travelling every Quarter of the year to a new location around the world or even within your country and spending 2-3 months at a time in each Country or place and exploring while building an online business, freelancing or remote working and experiencing the world as you slow travel.
This has been our journey so far…
That’s pretty much what we have been doing for the past year and a bit in Europe. We have been to Spain for 3 months, Bulgaria for 3 months, France for 3 months, Germany 3 month, then I went to Ireland 2 months while my partner stayed in Spain and then back to France for COVID 19 and still here. It’s been a much better pace than what we were doing in Australia and the USA over the past 5 years.
As digital nomads, you can make the mistake of moving too quickly and although you see and experience a lot giving you the opportunity to travel and explore places off the beaten track. When we travel (we are currently active/not so active nomads) we find the best of a culture is always off the beaten track, so we go out of our way to find you great stays with loads of adventure coworking and wifi.
So just imagine if you spent the next 12 months travelling you could explore the following places in the world as borders open and close randomly there are lots of opportunities to slow travel 2-3 months at a time or like us 6 months! This is the longest time we have spent in one place for over 5 years so it’s been different for us, however, being a startup we have our hands full and each day has new challenges and demands.
Let’s start with Scotland a place close to my heart for ancestry. With thousands of years of history and Celtic influences, Scotland is a country with a strong national identity and unique traditions. Scottish people are often known for their open-minded spirit and for being wildly passionate about their sports. The culture of Scotland refers to the patterns of human activity and symbolism and has some elements of separatism, such as its separate national church, and are protected in law. I loved Scotland even when the weather was crap because the people were friendly, helpful and open.
Despite the weather, hiking and mountain biking is perhaps two of the most popular outdoor sports in Scotland – and for good reason, because there is plenty of gorgeous terrain to cover.
You are spoilt for options if you’re staying in Edinburgh, but if you’re heading north into the Highlands.
Our stay that is active today is in the capital Edinburgh so you will have no problems with working, however, the stay is a coworking coliving space so there are no problems, you’re set to go and in one of the most beautiful cities that oozes history!
Generally very safe country, especially for foreigners Scotland not only. The precaution measures you will have to take are on par with those you would have to take in any other popular tourist destination, so the mild risk of something bad happening to you shouldn’t stop you from travelling to this gorgeous country.
Coworking & wifi
As mentioned Edinburgh has a myriad of choices for coworking, from NGO specific to Coders paradise, Regus and most of the big one, but you are all set for go at your nomad stay.
There is a lot to explore in France is big on hiking, climbing, Kayaking and paragliding and big on mountain biking and motorcycle riding as well.
In France with having a fantastic stay in the centre with coliving in the castle grounds perfect for foodies, freelancers food bloggers, also Gites in the mountains of the Rhone Alpes close the snowfields and the Rhone River and in Beaucaire in the far south.
France is very safe but like any European country and just travelling in general anywhere in the world be extra cautious especially Paris. Nothing to be afraid of just be aware.
Coworking & wifi
Coworking in all our locations is available. For mobile, we use Free which has served us well in Bulgaria, Spain, Germany, Ireland and the UK. We also use a separate company to get extra Wifi with Bouygues.
Skiing, biking, parachuting, paragliding and Kayaking is popular in Germany. Explore art, culture and history. Germany is the beer capital of the world, the and in the Black Forest, you have some of the best brewery’s that are world-renowned. The beautiful Alps for skiing, mountain biking to explore and then its Beer Trails are a must.
The Black Forest is magnificent and this little town of Todtmoos is a fantastic part of the world tucked away in the forest on a magnificent river flowing from the mountains.
Germany is very safe. Germany’s stable infrastructure and adequate police force mean that, yes, Germany is generally safe. Petty crime, such as pick-pocketing, is common in most of Europe and the most common offence. Although there are some occurrences of violent crime it is not often. There are still reports of racist attacks, but these usually fall outside of large cities. As always just be mindful in bigger cities like Berlin.
Coworking & wifi
Wifi is available easily travelling in Germany mobile
This country is an adventure playground from air to sea you have an incredible scope, diving, mountains, kayaking. The Plitviče Lakes National Park is the oldest and most famous Croatian national park included in the UNESCO world heritage list with a 295km² forest reserve in central Croatia. It’s known for a chain of lakes, connected to waterfalls, which culminate in a limestone canyon.
The stay here is situated in the Plitviče Lakes National Park area and is a stunning location.
Violent crime in Croatia is rare, and overall crime levels are quite low, making it extremely safe to travel to Croatia. Generally, the answer is a resounding yes. If you are a well-travelled globe trotter you will know to keep you witts about you where everyou go. There are a few Croatia travel warnings that you should be aware of before arriving in this Balkan nation. July 20th: Starting on July 1st, Croatia has opened its borders for travellers. Travelers from other countries—including the US—are permitted to enter, but they must provide a pressing reason for doing so. This can include business travel or tourism.
Coworking & wifi
No Coworking in this area of Croatia but the citys all have coworking. However, your stay is a comfortable place to work with Wifi available.
If you think “What Russia?” think again, now of our bloggers is based in Russia and it’s very affordable so it is very much an option for those who are interested in exploring more.
In Moscow is where our stay is situated so in the heart of it all you have everything you need.
Yes, there is crime, however, most visits to Russia are trouble-free, but petty crime does happen. You should follow the same personal security procedures as you would anywhere else.
Coworking & wifi
When in Moscow you will be glad to hear that free WiFi is available in Russia, especially in bigger cities that are popular with tourists, like St Petersburg, and Moscow (discover all about how to travel to St. Petersburg).
Free WiFi in Russia can be usually found at airports, Moscow metro, and big chain restaurants.
According to Coworker, there are plenty of coworking spaces to choose from and one of them being #tceh is an ecosystem for IT-business development and professional growth. It is a comfortable workspace created with IT needs in mind and an opportunity to communicate with experienced mentors and become a part of a large IT-community with 24/7 member access as a member.
Where to next?
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