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In , You've traveled 818,071km508,326mi, across 34 countries and 6 continents, or 18% of the world. You've been 20 times around the ๐ŸŒ Earth and 2.1 times to the ๐ŸŒ• Moon.

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818,071

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Amsterdam

5ยฐC 41ยฐF
Netherlands
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Berlin

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Germany
 
 
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Amsterdam

5ยฐC 41ยฐF
Netherlands
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  31 Dec '23 24h 1 Jan 1 Jan
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Rotterdam

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Amsterdam

6ยฐC 43ยฐF
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Krakรณw

1ยฐC 34ยฐF
Poland
 
 
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Amsterdam

15ยฐC 58ยฐF
Netherlands
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Brussels

20ยฐC 67ยฐF
Belgium
 
 
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Amsterdam

18ยฐC 64ยฐF
Netherlands
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Krakรณw

25ยฐC 76ยฐF
Poland
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Oล›wiฤ™cim

Poland
  27 Jun '23 2d 29 Jun '23 29 Jun '23
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Krakรณw

22ยฐC 72ยฐF
Poland
 
 
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Amsterdam

8ยฐC 46ยฐF
Netherlands
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Prague

6ยฐC 43ยฐF
Czechia
 
 
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Amsterdam

8ยฐC 46ยฐF
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Maastricht

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  • Bangkok

    This city is not for everyone, if you like shopping malls and big crowded cities it is for you. It may be cheap but if you want to live in a good location with swimming pool, go to nice rooftops and restaurants, use taxis then it is similar cost to western countries. In many areas there are no sidewalks, big and dangerous traffic all the time, pollution, taxis do not want to go with meter, it can get really hot. Definitely try to live by the metro. Many foreigners, mostly friendly people, cheap

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  • Seoul

    Definitely worth visiting but not particularly attractive as a remote work destination. I can't think of anything Seoul does better than other Asian cities outside of just being cool because it's South Korean (and I don't mean that sarcastically at all, South Korea is a very cool place). But again, do visit.

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  • Cape Town

    I am here since January 2024 - almost 4 month now, and it is the best place Iยดve ever been to - and that means a lot! Cons: Do not hike on your own .- thats ways too dagerous. I highly reommend to hire a car and still take an uber at night. Pros: There is plenty of wonderful things to do, you will meet lovely, openminded people, the locals are great company and will make you feel as if you belong to them. My Internet is supersafe (I am currently in Seapoint in an Air B&B), the food is fantasti

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  • Helsinki

    I've been here just under a week so it might be too early to comment on Helsinki, but so far I like it. I'd like to second what the review from 9 mths ago said: I can recommend Noli Studios, specifically the Herttoniemi one. I'll tell you more about Finland once I've been here longer.

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
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  • Kyoto

    Kyoto is definitely one of the most beautiful cities Iโ€™ve ever stayed in - my only regret was not staying longer and spending more time in Tokyo.

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  • Yerevan

    A great place if you speak Russian or Armenian, somewhat less so English. Good food, friendly people, nature around (eg in Lori) is just insane.

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  • Taipei

    I love Taipei, extremely underrated placeโ€”not sure why, though I'm fine with that. The cleanliness, amenities, and kindness of the people will remind you of Tokyo.

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  • Sofia

    I've been here 2 years now. I pay for internet at 3 seperate places (home, office, 2nd apartment on seaside) I pay about $20 USD / month for 300Mbps/300Mbps at each of the 3. Internet here is super cheap, reliable and fast.

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  • Singapore

    Soโ€ฆ amazing food. Great public transportation. Very clean. But very conformist. Self expression limited. The irony of seeing an exhibit on graffiti, yet no actual graffiti in the streets. And the causal racism especially if youโ€™re brown. You could be British born but still expect to be sat far away from everyone else at cocktail bars, experience comments and have weird assumptions made.

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
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    mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒง  Feels  36°  97°   30°  85° ๐Ÿฅต
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  • Tbilisi

    Overall, highly recommnded for the fall/spring. Great weather, food, wines and hikes. There are really nice coffeshops (currently writing from one, "The coffee place"). Internet is Ok, but check the accommodation before. Right now there is a lot of anti-sentiment for Russia, so consider that if you're from there.

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    ๐ŸŒฅ  Feels  15°  59°   15°  58° AQI 39
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  • Split

    Beautiful old town and waterfront, but as soon as you leave them it becomes a post-Communist dump. I've had very good internet in airbnbs, and it's quite affordable if you live like a local.

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    ๐ŸŒฅ  Feels  21°  70°   20°  69° AQI 1
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  • Almaty

    The people are open, warm and enthusiastic with travelers. Service is brilliant (generally) - much better then Europe. WIFI is poor, drivers have one hand holding their mobile and the other on the horn. Really nice "pace" and the diverse ethnicity get along beautifully. This is NOT BORAT land - Almaty is 2.7 million people.

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
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    ๐ŸŒง  Feels  22°  72°   22°  71° AQI 13
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  • Bucharest

    Romanians are friendly and welcoming people. The young generation speaks perfect English. The city itself is rather disappointing. Dirty, rundown, many empty buildings.... plenty of traffic and not much to do.

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
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  • Brno

    I lived in Brno for 6 months and I wouldn't recommend it to anyone. It's a small city with nothing to do for expats. There are a few cafรฉs and some nice bars but nothing really special plus. I really don't mean to be rude but Czech people are no fun. It's just...boring and dull. Generally speaking people here, even millennials, don't speak English. I found it very hard to do basic stuff like go to stores in the supermarket because nobody speaks English. There are waaaay better places to go to a

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  • Belgrade

    Totally agree with all the other reviews. Nothing good, nothing terrible, but no reason to come here unless you are super into Serbian culture & plan to stay long-term. I'm staying in Pancevo, a little town right outside Belgrade, just a 20 minute bus ride (without traffic, which is LA-levels of terrible). The town itself is much more beautiful & charming than Belgrade, I have to say. Belgrade is really ugly, & it's true that there's neither Soviet nor classically European architecture - just

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  • Zagreb

    I quite liked Zagreb. People are fairly warm, and it's charmingly laid out. Lots of good cafes and restaurants, and the center is pretty walkable. As someone else said there are the commie block vibes, but those are in more peripheral neighborhoods. I felt it was safe, and had no issues getting around by tram mostly. As someone mentioned there is definitely the traditional Southern European cafes are for socializing, not working kind of vibe but still a decent number had wifi and didn't bat an e

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  • Batumi

    Pros: Safe, beautiful views, loads of nice little beach towns a taxi ride away. Native cuisine is delicious, maybe the best value restaurants in Europe. 8 months of pleasant weather. Old town is pretty charming. Local fruits are excellent and inexpensive. 1 Euro taxi rides. Georgians are generally warm. English ability among youth is good for FSU. A decent hipster coffee/bar/cafe/coworking scene is emerging from the Ru/Bel/Ukr exile community. The boardwalk on the coast is long and excellent -

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  • Tallinn

    Summers in Tallinn are very pleasant (if not the best, tbh). There is no need for a car or a bus to move from one point to another in the city center. I've been working in Maakri area, which is local City. Really loved my time here, especially variety of quality food options available. My favourite upscale place to eat was FARM restaurant, which is a gem of a resto located in the beginning of Tallinn's Old Town. The restaurant is also the only provence style restaurant in the country, according

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  • Gothenburg

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
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    very bad
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  • Vilnius

    Young and cheap city. Most people can communicate in english. Locals are warmer than in other baltic countries but don't expect to make many local friends. Many foreigners thanks to the university.

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  • Szczecin

    Okay so this is coming from a person born and raised in Szczecin: Pros: - cheap - decent public transport - bolt and uber - clean and safe (for the most part) - I find it beautiful - close to, and well communicated with Berlin and its airport (with buses and trains) - close enough to the sea to go on weekend trips - other pros generally applicable to Poland - decent level of english, not 3rd level world healthcare, beautiful girls Cons: - literally 2 co-working spaces + a few cafes to work fro

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  • Brasov

    Brasov is absolutely beautiful. Not a ton to do socially, and certainly no big nomad community. But the food is amazing, cost of living is cheap, and the parks and mountains surrounding you make it worth visiting! You can literally hike a gorgeous mountain walking about 5 minutes south of the old city center. It's also the most central location to visit nearby castles and national parks. You can buy tickets online and the trains are easy to navigate to get to places like Peles Castle in an hour

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  • Haikou

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  • Lodz

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  • Ljubljana

    "Not safe for women" are you kidding? ๐Ÿคฃ one of the safest places for women in the world, hands down!

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  • Milan

    Didn't like this city that much. Been there twice and honestly it has nothing so special. Just the DUOMO in the center is the main great scenery but besides that, nothing in particular to bother for.

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  • Constanta

    In summer prices go up like crazy! Mamaia rentals are as high as New York in summer months because rich Bucharest spend their money there. Mamaia beach is beautiful but very crowded.

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  • Lublin

    I can tell you that Lublin, as the capital of the so-called "Poland B," is often underrated and overlooked by many. It's well-known for its truck factory, but it also boasts a charming historical city center. Though it might not be as grand as Krakรณw's, Lublin's city center is still worth exploring. Outside the city center, Lublin can be quite underdeveloped, limiting the range of electric scooter rentals to only around 2-3 km from the center. This is a pity, as there are interesting sights suc

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  • Poznan