There are 31 Cheap Places in Europe with Fast Internet like Istanbul, Chisinau and Lviv with an average cost of living of $980/month, internet speeds up to 40 Mbps and temperatures ranging from -12°C to 17°C9.536°F to 63.38°F.
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 cafés to work at and most of them have free and reliable wifi. Definitely recommend!
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🙂 Good😀 Fun good👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥Feels 15°59°15°59°AQI471$1,082 / mo10Mbps×
My main concern with Chisinau is that there is basically only one decent coffee shop in town, namely the Tucano coffee. This means you'll be drinking their lousy coffee at all times, and after a week or so the city is slightly depressing to be honest. However, there are nice affordable Soviet-style cantines all around the city, so you can eat well for less than US$3. Hostels are also OK.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🙂 Good😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open2$1,248 / mo10Mbps×
The center around Rynok Square was awesome with scenic views, street performers, interesting and creative restaurants, places to grab a beer/wine, coffee shops, pedestrian areas, etc. During the school year one out of five people in Lviv are students and so it definitely has a college town vibe. Personally I think it's Ukraine's best city and I found the cost of living value ratio to be superb. The co-working space I went to (iHub) had a good mix of locals and foreign digital nomads.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥Feels -2°28°-1°31°AQI90😷3$972 / mo25Mbps×
A really amazing city, I wouldn't agree that it's small, there's much more to it than just the historical core, 20th century architecture is like 4/5 of the city and there are many vibrant neighbourhoods, restaurants and places where the normie locals hang out.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open☀️Feels 2°36°2°36°AQI92😷4$1,248 / mo15Mbps×
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
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌨Feels -3°27°0°31°AQI265$976 / mo26Mbps×
It's a nice city on the whole. In summertime you get a lot of tourists from Ukraine, and also other countries. The cost of living is reasonable, a standard meal in a decent restaurant will cost you about 200uah. Internet is fast and good quality, currently you can get a 4g data sim with unlimited data from Kievstar for 100uah for a month. Accommodation can be hard to come by and expensive during the summer months. It's largely safe, but Odessa is historically a criminal city, but most of that cr
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open6$867 / mo40Mbps×
Generally favorable on Antalya, but not perfect. The weather was excellent (~26 C almost every day) and the nature of the city is absolutely stunning. The mountains on the west side of the city seem to just explode out of the ocean and it's special to see. That said, the built environment is pretty uninspiring. The center of the city is full of interesting restaurants and shops, but outside of the old town it's not very exciting to look at. My primary complaint, however, is on public transit. It
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety goodTap to open🌧Feels 14°57°14°57°AQI112😷7$949 / mo12Mbps×
We had some crazy situations with apartments scam - so please everyone be aware, that there are people pretending an RE agent. Always do a checkup of a realtor you are contacting. And the statement below that georgian people like to be 'dramatic'. Never experienced so much drama in my life, as from georgian landlords during 6 months of staying in Tbilisi ;)
I disagree with one of the reviews that Tbilisi has no parks. Actually it's super ridiculous thing to say about Tbilisi! The city has plent
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥Feels 10°50°10°50°AQI121😷8$1,152 / mo14Mbps×
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
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤Feels 3°37°5°41°AQI269$888 / mo35Mbps×
This is my hometown and a city I lived in for around 20 years of my life. If you want a place with a climate much warmer that Moscow and lower prices - look no further. This town would be great for you. In terms of speaking the language - you need to know Russian at certain degree, otherwise it might a bit a hard for you to navigate in the city.
The main street of the city is Krasnaya street and you can take a bike and go through the whole street and enjoy the beauty and the peace of the city.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open☀️Feels 9°48°10°50°AQI7210$1,116 / mo14Mbps×
It's a beautiful small city with nice parks.
The population is somewhat used to foreigners since there are many humanitarian agencies with offices in the city. Nevertheless, basically no one speaks English.
There is a large mall with several options to eat and work.
I've spent days in local cafes without issue although cafe owners were clearly surprised by this behaviour.
Regarding activities, they are constrained to the touristic, such as museums, and hamams (saunas).
I've heard that ther
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🙂 Good😀 Fun okay👮 Safety goodTap to open🌤Feels 12°54°12°54°AQI102😷12$697 / mo10Mbps×
Bodrum is an overpriced (central) but quite beautiful (surrounding villages/quays) place, mainly made up of the retirement residences of educated rather educated, secular population. There are amazing quays in driving distance that wouldn't be any different than beautiful coasts of Bali or Thailand.
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open🌧Feels 17°63°17°63°AQI99😷13$938 / mo13Mbps×
İzmir is probably the best digital nomad destination in Europe. In terms of: cost of living, access to Internet, places to work from, activities in the city, public transport, safety, city/beach/nature balance. Those who found it boring are probably looking for places where youngsters get drunk in pool parties or such. If you are looking for kind and educated population, ease of access to all amenities, Izmir is definitely a great choice. Yes, it is not a tropical destination, so it gets cold i
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😝 Cheap📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥Feels 17°63°17°63°AQI113😷16$775 / mo12Mbps×
Everyone here walks day and night, so it never feels very unsafe. Even women walk at night, even though the lighting is bad, and the infrastructure is poor. Sidewalks are crumbling, there is much trash and it is a dilapidated industrial city. The people seem pretty miserable, but they are friendly enough to foreigners and nice to Americans. Like much of Ukraine, the dollar goes a long way here, so you can be pampered and eat well very cheap. The 2 biggest problems are (1) there isn't much t
⭐️ Overall Score💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤Feels 6°43°7°44°AQI7124$1,101 / mo20Mbps×
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