Big 7 Travel, with more than 2,5 million social audience, have just recently ranked Tallinn as number 1 destination for digital nomads in 2021.
It’s no surprise that the world of remote workers and digital nomads is growing at a rapid rate. With more and more yearning for an independent work environment coupled with the freedom to travel, remote working is on its way to the mainstream field. Not to mention, the ongoing pandemic has especially forced many to reconsider where they are basing themselves. Simply put, remote working is the future, and it’s on its way fast.
1. Tallinn, Estonia
Estonia has enacted a new visa in recent years that allows digital nomads to work remotely in the country for up to a year. The capital city is oozing with charm and surprise that will have you living in a real-life Baltic fairytale. More importantly, though, the digital economy here is booming. In fact, 99% of public services available online 24/7, so you’ll never have an issue with internet access.
Additionally, the cost of living is relatively low with rent in the city centre falling around $ 500.
What are the Best Cities in Europe To Live as a Family? Raising a family can be a wildly different experience across the world, with some cities offering the perfect home for young families, with everything from affordable housing to plenty of enticing family-friendly attractions. SUMO Finans took a look at 50 European cities, ranking each one on a number of factors, including affordability, education, safety, and more, to see which one was the best for family living. Tallinn is listed in overall position 4 and is the leader in education.