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14 May '19

Moscow

21ยฐC
Russia
 3 May '1911d14 May '1914 May '19
3 May '19

Budapest

18ยฐC
Hungary
 
 3 Feb '193mo3 May '193 May '19
3 Feb '19

Moscow

-2ยฐC
Russia
 3 Feb '191d3 Feb '193 Feb '19
3 Feb '19

Berlin

9ยฐC
Germany
 27 Jan '197d3 Feb '193 Feb '19
27 Jan '19

Potsdam

Germany
 
 6 Jan '1921d27 Jan '1927 Jan '19
6 Jan '19

Moscow

-7ยฐC
Russia
 6 Jan '191d6 Jan '196 Jan '19
6 Jan '19

Berlin

3ยฐC
Germany
2018
 28 Dec '189d6 Jan '196 Jan '19
28 Dec '18

Potsdam

Germany
 28 Dec '181d28 Dec '1828 Dec '18
28 Dec '18

Berlin

4ยฐC
Germany
 24 Dec '184d28 Dec '1828 Dec '18
24 Dec '18

Prague

5ยฐC
Czechia
 23 Dec '181d24 Dec '1824 Dec '18
23 Dec '18

Potsdam

Germany
 23 Dec '181d23 Dec '1823 Dec '18
23 Dec '18

Berlin

4ยฐC
Germany
 
 24 Nov '1829d23 Dec '1823 Dec '18
24 Nov '18

Moscow

4ยฐC
Russia
 23 Nov '181d23 Nov '1823 Nov '18
23 Nov '18

Berlin

8ยฐC
Germany
 12 Nov '1811d23 Nov '1823 Nov '18
12 Nov '18

Potsdam

Germany
 11 Nov '181d11 Nov '1811 Nov '18
11 Nov '18

Berlin

8ยฐC
Germany
 31 Oct '1810d10 Nov '1810 Nov '18
31 Oct '18

Potsdam

Germany
 29 Oct '182d31 Oct '1831 Oct '18
29 Oct '18

Prague

16ยฐC
Czechia
 25 Oct '184d29 Oct '1829 Oct '18
25 Oct '18

Potsdam

Germany
 25 Oct '181d25 Oct '1825 Oct '18
25 Oct '18

Berlin

15ยฐC
Germany
 
 19 Sep '181mo25 Oct '1825 Oct '18
19 Sep '18

Moscow

14ยฐC
Russia
 
 24 Aug '1826d19 Sep '1819 Sep '18
24 Aug '18

Kharkiv

25ยฐC
Ukraine
 
 23 Jul '181mo23 Aug '1823 Aug '18
23 Jul '18

Moscow

20ยฐC
Russia
 23 Jul '181d23 Jul '1823 Jul '18
23 Jul '18

Belgorod

Russia
 
 25 Jun '1828d23 Jul '1823 Jul '18
25 Jun '18

Kharkiv

28ยฐC
Ukraine
 15 Jun '1810d25 Jun '1825 Jun '18
15 Jun '18

Kiev

Ukraine
 
 26 May '1820d15 Jun '1815 Jun '18
26 May '18

Moscow

21ยฐC
Russia
 26 May '181d26 May '1826 May '18
26 May '18

Minsk

17ยฐC
Belarus
 24 May '182d26 May '1826 May '18
24 May '18

Kharkiv

22ยฐC
Ukraine
 23 May '181d24 May '1824 May '18
23 May '18

Kiev

Ukraine
 
 4 May '1819d23 May '1823 May '18
4 May '18

Kharkiv

22ยฐC
Ukraine
 
 26 Mar '181mo4 May '184 May '18
26 Mar '18

Budapest

13ยฐC
Hungary
 24 Mar '182d26 Mar '1826 Mar '18
24 Mar '18

Saint Petersburg

2ยฐC
Russia
 
 9 Mar '1815d24 Mar '1824 Mar '18
9 Mar '18

Budapest

13ยฐC
Hungary
 25 Feb '1812d9 Mar '189 Mar '18
25 Feb '18

Prague

6ยฐC
Czechia
 25 Feb '181d25 Feb '1825 Feb '18
25 Feb '18

Istanbul

9ยฐC
Turkey
 23 Feb '182d25 Feb '1825 Feb '18
23 Feb '18

Kharkiv

Ukraine
 23 Feb '181d23 Feb '1823 Feb '18
23 Feb '18

Istanbul

9ยฐC
Turkey
 9 Feb '1814d23 Feb '1823 Feb '18
9 Feb '18

Prague

6ยฐC
Czechia
 
 25 Jan '1815d9 Feb '189 Feb '18
25 Jan '18

Moscow

-7ยฐC
Russia
 25 Jan '181d25 Jan '1825 Jan '18
25 Jan '18

Minsk

-5ยฐC
Belarus
 12 Jan '1812d24 Jan '1824 Jan '18
12 Jan '18

Kharkiv

-3ยฐC
Ukraine
 12 Jan '181d12 Jan '1812 Jan '18
12 Jan '18

Minsk

-5ยฐC
Belarus
2017
 24 Dec '1719d12 Jan '1812 Jan '18
24 Dec '17

Moscow

-1ยฐC
Russia
 23 Dec '171d23 Dec '1723 Dec '17
23 Dec '17

Istanbul

12ยฐC
Turkey
 
 8 Dec '1715d23 Dec '1723 Dec '17
8 Dec '17

Kharkiv

4ยฐC
Ukraine
 8 Dec '171d8 Dec '178 Dec '17
8 Dec '17

Minsk

3ยฐC
Belarus
 
 22 Nov '1716d8 Dec '178 Dec '17
22 Nov '17

Moscow

4ยฐC
Russia
 19 Nov '173d22 Nov '1722 Nov '17
19 Nov '17

Kharkiv

7ยฐC
Ukraine
 12 Nov '177d19 Nov '1719 Nov '17
12 Nov '17

Moscow

4ยฐC
Russia
 7 Nov '175d12 Nov '1712 Nov '17
7 Nov '17

Belgrade

16ยฐC
Serbia
 4 Nov '173d7 Nov '177 Nov '17
4 Nov '17

Moscow

4ยฐC
Russia
 2 Nov '172d4 Nov '174 Nov '17
2 Nov '17

Tallinn

4ยฐC
Estonia
 
 15 Oct '1718d2 Nov '172 Nov '17
15 Oct '17

Kharkiv

15ยฐC
Ukraine
 
 12 Sep '171mo15 Oct '1715 Oct '17
12 Sep '17

Moscow

14ยฐC
Russia
 
 6 Jul '172mo12 Sep '1712 Sep '17
6 Jul '17

Dubai

37ยฐC
United Arab Emirates
 29 Jun '177d6 Jul '176 Jul '17
29 Jun '17

Moscow

24ยฐC
Russia
2013
 11 Jun '134yr29 Jun '1729 Jun '17
11 Jun '13

Dubai

38ยฐC
United Arab Emirates
2009
 20 May '094yr11 Jun '1311 Jun '13
20 May '09

Moscow

21ยฐC
Russia
 6 May '0914d20 May '0920 May '09
6 May '09

Hajdรบszoboszlรณ

Hungary
2007
 24 Jun '072yr6 May '096 May '09
24 Jun '07

Moscow

24ยฐC
Russia
 10 Jun '0714d24 Jun '0724 Jun '07
10 Jun '07

Dnipro

28ยฐC
Ukraine
1991
 27 Oct '9116yr10 Jun '0710 Jun '07
27 Oct '91

Moscow

11ยฐC
Russia
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Introduce yourself โ€” who are you, where are you and what do you do?

 

by @coffeeshopceo  | 672 comments

tl;dr: introduce yourself in this thread.

We must all get sick of the same backpacker travel questions when we meet new friends, I know I do.

You know the ones - where are you from, whereโ€™ve you been, where are you going, what do you do, how long have you been doing it - etc.

The novelty of answering these questions wears off after maybe a week, but theyโ€™re nonetheless insightful and no matter how much we hate them, we find ourselves asking others.

So letโ€™s bring the dreaded backpacker questionnaire to NomadForum and introduce ourselves shall we?

**

  • whatโ€™s your name?
  • where are you from?
  • how long have you been away from home?
  • what do you do?
  • where are you currently?
  • where are you going?
  • what has been memorable for you so far?
  • will you go home anytime soon?
  • what have you learnt during your time as a nomad?
  • [insert your own question here]

**

No need to answer them all if you donโ€™t want to :smile:
But the more you shareโ€ฆ The merrier!

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Best EU banks for Ukrainians?


by @anatoliykmetyuk  | 1 comment

Hi everyone!

I have recently opened a company in Estonia, and now looking for a bank to open a private account to receive salary to. Thing is, I am a Ukrainian citizen, and the fees are huge when making payments from my Estonian company bank account to the Ukrainian private account. For EU transfers, there are no fees. Also I do not feel my money are safe in Ukraine.

So currently I am looking for a bank in EU to open a private account with.

My priority is to have the costs associated with the account as low as possible. E.g. Iโ€™m fine with paying โ‚ฌ200-300 to open the account, but it is a no-go for me if they require a monthly maintenance fee of โ‚ฌ20-30. Which many of them do for foreigners. Also if they need an initial deposit or minimal remainder on the account of โ‚ฌ1000+, this would be a strain for me. Another priority of course is nomad-friendliness: if I decide to withdraw the money outside the EU in a non-EU currency, I should not pay more than 5% in fees. And internet banking and customer support is also of importance, as I believe frequent visits to the bankโ€™s country would be inconvenient for me as a non-resident.

So far I have looked at Swedbank, Rietumu and BlueOrange, all from Latvia. So far I had a great experience with Estonian corporate banking, so another Baltic country seemed like a good option to me. However, all of these banks have high maintenance fees for non-EU residents, from โ‚ฌ20 to โ‚ฌ50 per month. Also OrangeBlue has a minimal balance requirement of โ‚ฌ1000.

All in all, I am very unexperienced in the matter of banking and am a bit in a loss. Can anybody kindly advise me on the โ€œbig pictureโ€ of banking in EU from the non-EU clientโ€™s perspective?

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  • Czechia

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  • Serbia

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    $1,519 / mo
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  • Estonia

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  • ๐Ÿ›ฌ Most visits

  • Moscow

    You can have MGTS landline internet 500mbps for $10/mo. Only swiss products in groceries, no EU due to current sanctions. Really cheap life, if you are rich i'd recommend AzbukaVkusa groceries. A lot of expensive restaurants.

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  • Kharkiv

    Lived there for 6 months. Incredibly "tough" city. Everything is concrete or dirt. Still has a Soviet vibe in 2020. One main street in the city center is vibrant and modern, but head one metro stop in any direction and its 1982 all over again. Almost no English, even with young people. Russian is preferred language even through there is a very strong anti-Russia/anti-Putin sentiment in the city, and rightfully so. However, all the street names and landmarks are in Ukrainian, so you need to mix t

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost ๐Ÿ˜ Cheap
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  • Berlin

    Berlin is overall a great city to be. Food is cheap and everywhere, easy to go out and have fun/meet for business. Rent has crept up but still far better value than where I came from. Internet: 36 EUR/month get me 450/40 mbps (cable -> DOCSIS 3.0) Public transport is 2.70 EUR/ticket. No woman I know has said they felt unsafe. Some really odd, xenophobic sounding comments on here. Biggest downsides IMO: service quality at restaurants - not that people are rude, but they don't seem to particular

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  • Minsk

    Spent a month in Belarus this July - we have some good friends there we work with so it was an excellent time. Some good restaurants. People are extremely friendly, just gotta adapt to the culture a bit. Most seemed to be very interested in the fact that I was American. Felt kind of like the country is just starting to open up and it will be of more international interest in the upcoming 5 - 10 years. English is spoken in Minsk but probably less then in ukraine (my only other former soviet

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  • Prague

    I visited Prague on more than one occasion and tried something new each time. I really wanted to enjoy it, but unfortunately it turned out to be one of my least favourite cities. Perhaps it was just me, but there was an overwhelming sense of distrust and dislike towards foreigners, you have to try pretty hard to blend in if you want to experience the life of a local & avoid the tourism. I met some wonderful people and and thereโ€™s some cool communities to be part of, but another extended stay

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  • Istanbul

    I spent one year in Istanbul and it's absolutely amazing. The city is really safe, I went back home really late during the night, walking, without any problem. Parties are really fun and there are all kinds of spots to have fun (bars, nightclubs, restaurants...). The city has a lot of cafรฉs to work at and most of them have free and reliable wifi. Definitely recommend!

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  • Budapest

    I stayed here for a month in July last year. There's lots of cool aspects to the city but I hated it when I was there. The city has a problem with British stag parties, so if you look like you're a British male and speak English expect to be treated with disdain (it's fair enough) The Hungarians can just generally be unfriendly, especially bartenders. It's a weird experience waiting to be served while 3 people ignore you. Or buying the same drink and getting charged whatever they want (700-1500

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  • Moscow

    You can have MGTS landline internet 500mbps for $10/mo. Only swiss products in groceries, no EU due to current sanctions. Really cheap life, if you are rich i'd recommend AzbukaVkusa groceries. A lot of expensive restaurants.

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
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  • Kharkiv

    Lived there for 6 months. Incredibly "tough" city. Everything is concrete or dirt. Still has a Soviet vibe in 2020. One main street in the city center is vibrant and modern, but head one metro stop in any direction and its 1982 all over again. Almost no English, even with young people. Russian is preferred language even through there is a very strong anti-Russia/anti-Putin sentiment in the city, and rightfully so. However, all the street names and landmarks are in Ukrainian, so you need to mix t

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    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    4mo
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    28Mbps
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  • Budapest

    I stayed here for a month in July last year. There's lots of cool aspects to the city but I hated it when I was there. The city has a problem with British stag parties, so if you look like you're a British male and speak English expect to be treated with disdain (it's fair enough) The Hungarians can just generally be unfriendly, especially bartenders. It's a weird experience waiting to be served while 3 people ignore you. Or buying the same drink and getting charged whatever they want (700-1500

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    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 28° 82° 27° 80°AQI 27
    2mo
    $1,591 / mo
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  • Prague

    I visited Prague on more than one occasion and tried something new each time. I really wanted to enjoy it, but unfortunately it turned out to be one of my least favourite cities. Perhaps it was just me, but there was an overwhelming sense of distrust and dislike towards foreigners, you have to try pretty hard to blend in if you want to experience the life of a local & avoid the tourism. I met some wonderful people and and thereโ€™s some cool communities to be part of, but another extended stay

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost ๐Ÿ˜™ Affordable
    ๐Ÿ“ก InternetWiFi ๐ŸŽ Fast
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun great
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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  • Dnipro

    โญ๏ธ OverallAll 
    ๐Ÿ’ต Cost ๐Ÿ˜™ Affordable
    ๐Ÿ“ก InternetWiFi ๐ŸŽ Fast
    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun very bad
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    ๐ŸŒง Feels 28° 82° 26° 79°AQI 41
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  • Belgrade

    I was born and raised in Belgrade and all I can say is the city is very underrated. Been to many major cities in Europe, Northern Africa, and also lived for half a year in Los Angeles. I don't wanna sound as if I'm a big local patriot. I will try to be as much as genuine as possible. I completely agree with the fact that most places are full of smoke from cigarettes yet there are parts of the objects separated from smoking sections. This is available in many restaurants, cafes, bars, etc. You

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun good
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 31° 88° 30° 86°๐ŸฅตAQI 54
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    $1,519 / mo
    34Mbps
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  • Tallinn

    I lived in Tallinn for four months. It's a great city overall. Life quality is excellent with transportations and everything else working excellently. I loved the fact that you can travel to other countries easily and inexpensively (Russia, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, etc.). At the same time, I think the city gets monotonous fast compared to other places where I lived in a similar size. Estonian people don't appear to be very active. It's understandable because most of them are hard-working and out

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    ๐Ÿ˜€ Fun mediocre
    ๐Ÿ‘ฎ Safety mediocre
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    ๐ŸŒฅ Feels 17° 63° 17° 63°AQI 24
    2d
    $2,416 / mo
    37Mbps
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