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Best cities for digital nomads, according to NomadList

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Digital nomadism is on the rise and is gaining more and more supporters, especially with the strengthening of remote work and new work dynamics. If you are not yet aware of this lifestyle that has everything to gain even more momentum in the coming years, we suggest you check out our text on digital nomadism – but beware: you may be enchanted and want to go out into the world with a backpack on your back tomorrow.

As could not be otherwise, there is a large community of digital nomads united by the Internet. After all, who adheres to this lifestyle needs a lot of planning and the more tips the better (here at UBE we have several!). The site NomadList is one of the largest and most traditional discussion forums on the subject, and provides a list of the best cities for digital nomads as evaluated by the users themselves.

If you are thinking about becoming a digital nomad, a good idea is to start with the cities that are top rated by more experienced digital nomads and live A Good Experience. Do you want to know what they are? We have gathered the 5 best cities for digital nomads and will tell you a little bit about each one.

Ko Pha Ngan – Thailand

According to NomadList users, Ko Pha Ngan is the best place to work remotely in the world. The score for the island in southeastern Thailand reached an impressive 97% approval rating.

Main pros and cons, according to the reviews:

Pros: Cheap, safe, good internet connection, fun, safe for women and LGBTQIA+, and easy to make friends.

Cons: Little freedom of speech and weak democracy, very hot and humid, low quality of education, hospitals without much infrastructure and English difficult to understand.

Average cost: $1008.00 (per month)

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Lisbon – Portugal

Lisbon took second place in the ranking of best cities for digital nomads, with a score of 94%.

Main pros and cons, according to the reviews:

Pros: Very safe, good internet connection, safe for women and LGBTQIA+, everyone speaks English, democratic country, good roads and high quality education.

Cons: Very cold in winter, always full of tourists and lots of smoking people.

Average cost: $2401.00 (per month)

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Gran Canaria – Canary Islands

In third place is Gran Canaria as one of the best cities for digital nomads. Like Lisbon, it has a score of 94%.

Main pros and cons, according to the reviews:

Pros: Cheap, very safe, good internet connection, safe for women and LGBTQIA+, not too crowded with tourists, fun and easy to make friends.

Cons: Bad hospitals, few people speak good English, and many people smoke.

Average cost: $1799.00 (per month)

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Porto – Portugal

Portuguese cities rank very highly among digital nomads on NomadList, and Porto tops the list with a 92% approval score.

Main pros and cons, according to the reviews:

Pros: Very safe, good internet connection, safe for women and LGBTQIA+, everyone speaks English, democratic country, good roads and high quality education.

Cons: Very cold in winter, always full of tourists and lots of smoking people.

Average cost: $1993.00 (per month)

Buenos Aires – Argentina

Buenos Aires is the only city in South America to appear on NomadList’s list of best cities for digital nomads. Brazil’s neighbor achieved a great score of 91%, and is the most affordable city among all those listed.

Main pros and cons, according to the reviews:

Pros: Very cheap, safe for women and LGBTQIA+, fun, easy to make friends with, high quality education.

Cons: Could be more secure, internet connection is not always good.

Average cost: $903.00 (per month)

Now that you know a little more about the assessment of more experienced digital nomads, which of these countries would you go to first?

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