Choose a Location

There are many things for digital nomads to consider when choosing a location, whether setting up company or looking to change their way to living. We are here to guide you and provide valuable information that will help you make the best selection.

In each country we propose, we have already made our research and experienced the way of living, so we have the know-how to support you in all aspects. Also, in each place we are working with locals who can provide you with best services!

Soon we will be adding new locations to propose.

How to choose the most suitable
location for you

Here are some factors you should consider before selecting the best location for adopting the digital nomad lifestyle:

  • Climate
  • Safety
  • Internet
  • Income Rates
  • Tax System
  • Cost of Living
  • Healthcare
  • Quality of life
  • Potential for Growth
  • Lifestyle
  • Locals
  • Fun

Comparison of Benefits per Location


Cost of Living

Average Internet Speed

Moderate Continental


87 Mbps



55 Mbps



39 Mbps



232 Mpbs

List of our Locations​

Find below all valuable info needed on each of the locations we propose

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FAQs about Locations

Choosing the right location as a digital nomad is important for several reasons: 

  • It is important to keep in mind the cost of living and the overall quality of life. 
  • Equally important is access to reliable and fast internet.
  • Also important is the availability of a community or support network

When choosing a destination as a digital nomad, some of the most important factors to consider include:


  • Internet connectivity and reliability: Make sure the destination has good internet infrastructure and access to reliable, high-speed internet.
  • Cost of living: Consider how much it will cost to live in the destination, including accommodation, food, transportation, and other expenses.
  • Safety and security: Research the safety and security situation of the destination and make sure you feel comfortable and safe there.
  • Visa and immigration policies: Find out what the visa and immigration policies are for the destination, and if it’s possible for you to stay there long-term.
  • Community and culture: Consider if the destination has a community of digital nomads or ex-pats and if the culture and lifestyle align with your own.
  • Climate: Make sure the climate of the destination is something you can live with, and if it’s important to you, choose a destination with the type of weather you enjoy.
  • Access to amenities and activities: Consider if the destination has the amenities and activities you need and enjoy, such as gyms, co-working spaces, restaurants, and recreational activities.

The length of time that digital nomads stay in one place can vary widely. Some digital nomads move around frequently to experience different cultures and environments, while others prefer to stay in one place for a longer period of time to establish a routine and build a community.

Digital nomads can live in any time zone, as long as they have access to reliable internet and can manage their work schedule accordingly.

As digital nomads work remotely, they usually can choose their destination based on their personal preferences and priorities.

Before arriving at a new location, it’s important to research and consider several factors to ensure that the location is a good fit for your lifestyle and work needs. Some things to check include:


  • Cost of living: Research the cost of rent, groceries, utilities, and other expenses to ensure that you can afford to live there.
  • Job opportunities: Look into job opportunities in the area to ensure that there are suitable opportunities for your field of work.
  • Transportation: Research the public transportation options and/or the traffic 
  • Safety: Look into the overall safety of the area to ensure that it feels secure.
  • Climate: Research the climate to see if it is suitable for your preferences.
  • Leisure activities: Look into leisure activities available to ensure that the location offers activities you enjoy.
  • Living conditions: Look into the living conditions of the area, such as noise levels, air quality, and pollution.
  • Healthcare facilities: Research the availability and quality of healthcare facilities in the area.