|🏆 Nomad Score™||164 reviews|
|💨 Air quality (now)|
|👍 Quality of life|
|🚦 Traffic safety|
|📶 Free WiFi in city|
|🙊 English speaking|
|🗯 Freedom of speech|
|😘 Racial tolerance|
|👩 Female friendly|
|🌈 LGBT friendly|
|🎅 Startup Score|
|📡 Internet speed||7 Mbps|
|⛅️ Weather||🌧 21°C 69°F + 💦 Humid (86%) + 💨 8km/h = Feels like 24°C75°F|
|💨 Air quality (now)||👍 33 µg/m3|
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|🚕 Best taxi app||Yandex Taxi|
|📱 Best wireless carrier||MTS|
|💸 100 RUB in USD||USD 1.55|
|🏧 Suggested ATM take out: RUB 10,000||USD 155|
|💳 Cashless society||💳 Yes, cards OK almost everywhere|
|☕️ Best coffee place||не просто кофе|
|🚰 Safe tap water||🚫 No, contaminated|
|♻️ Return rate||0% of visitors returns|
|👨👩👧👦 Population||170,000 people|
|👫 Gender ratio||👨 45%|
|⛪️ Religious government||Ambiguous|
|💻 Online electronics shop||Ozon|
|🏠 Apartment listings||AirBnb|
|✈️ Best int'l air carrier||Aeroflot|
💥 We recommend you to take precautions when traveling to Novocherkassk as it may not always be safe for travelers, more info
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|💵 Nomad Cost™||$1,051 / month|
|💵 Cost of living for expat||$620 / month|
|💵 Cost of living for family||$1,987 / month|
|💵 Cost of living for local||$568 / month|
|🏠 1br studio rent in center||$428 / month|
|🏢 Coworking||$234 / month|
|🏨 Hotel||$695 / month|
|🏨 Hotel||$33 / night|
|🏠 Airbnb (1 listings)||$387 / month|
|🏠 Airbnb||$13 / night|
|🍹 Coca-Cola (0.3L)||$1|
|🍺 Beer (0.5L)||$2|
|Getting a Russian Visa while traveling|
|Advice on phone plans? 1 year in Europe|
|Nomad in Europe and buying a car|
|SIM to use in Eastern Europe|
|Where is the best place to open a bank account in Europe?|
|Which is the warmest city in Europe with the highest number of tech jobs?|
|Where to pay taxes if self employed non-resident of the UK, travelling Europe?|
|Where in Europe to settle for 90 or 180 days (fall - winter)|
|What are the best countries in Europe for Tax savings|
|Low cost + Nomad community in Europe?|
|Celebration of New Year's eve 2017 in Europe?|
|Anybody around Europe over the next few months?|
|Anyone know of a flat available in S. Europe for October?|
|What are some good places in Europe that are racially inclusive?|
|What are the best AirBnB houses you've been in Europe?|
|What is the best voice service in Europe?|
|Best digital nomad communities in Europe?|
|Best off-peak nomad places to stay in Europe in summer?|
|Villages-rural destinations in Europe, for slow nomadism?|
|How to move your furniture in Europe so that it arrives after you?|
|Do you need a roomate around Europe?|
|What's the ideal digital nomad places in Europe?|
|Where should I set up a home base in Europe?|
|Should I elect my LLC as an S-Corp for taxes, I'm a US citizen in Europe?|
|What's the best SIM/WiFi package with coverage in entire Europe?|
|Are there towns similar to Boulder or Portland in Europe?|
|What is the best way to ship from Colombia to Europe?|
|Any nomads in Europe want to do a Nomad Christmas gathering somewhere?|
|Where in Europe should I spend Christmas?|
|What's a great quiet village in central or Eastern Europe to stay?|
|Best quality/price backpack easily acquirable in europe?|
|Does anyone know of great beaches in Eastern Europe outside of Schengen?|
|What are the nomad hotspots in Eastern Europe (outside Schengen)?|
|Which are the best cities in Europe for digital nomads?|
|What's the best warm destinations in Europe in the winter?|
|What's your favorite digital nomad spots in Europe?|
|Looking for an LTE carrier/plan that covers most of Europe and is good for tethering?|
|Quality of remote connections (RDP, TeamViewer etc.) from SE Asia to Europe?|
|Anyone looking to buddy up on a transatlantic cruise from Europe to the US (Westbound) in May or June?|
|Where are the best rustic locations in Europe that also have fast Internet?|
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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. In terms of natural beauty, go to parks like Solnechniy ostrov, Dendrarium, Zaton, etc. Most likely you'll enjoy the most in the center of the city. If you need to go shopping look no further and go to "Gallery Krasnodar" - a huge shopping mall where you can eat, go to movies (in Russian of course, no subtitles) or shop for groceries. Uber is widely used there, although it's operating under the brand Yandex.Taxi nowadays, so you might rather use that service in Russia. Overall, a good city to live in and not expensive. If you want to eat cheap go to a small family-restaurants. Air is quite polluted, unfortunately. Driving also not recommended. Streets are narrow and driving is chaotic. If you want something nearby the sea consider Sochi - it's a bit more expensive, but more developed for foreigners, I think.
Very friendly and tolerant city. Safe, quiet and cozy. Has a large number of students from different countries. In Kharkov, more than 20 universities, Beautiful parks, lit streets. Public transport is open until 12pm.
Charming old town, with a italian/french architecture, the rest is Soviet style + it has a multiethnic diverse community inside it. Cheap cafes + restaurants/pubs and so on. The narrow streets + the main pedestrian side are a beauty in disguise so you people should take the chance in seeing it.
Privet! I think Moscow is much cheaper then on scores and internet is much faster and if you spend summer time there then it is an amazing place!
"Don't go to Jakarta" is what people from Jakarta tell you. But you do. It can't be that bad, right? Then you arrive. Although "arriving" is a big word for getting stuck in traffic first for hours. When you do finally arrive in your apartment, you open the windows and wonder why you can't see further than 10 meters. It must be a foggy day? No, it's not fog, it's smog, and it's an every day occurrence in Jakarta, a city that is now competing with Beijing for worst air quality in the world. What's good about Jakarta? It's one of the few places in Indonesia (except maybe Bali) that's open-minded. Jakartans are friendly, helpful and warm acting as if Jakarta is still just a small Indonesian village and that's great. It's also one of the fastest growing cities in Asia. It's cosmopolitan. But all that doesn't weigh up to the negatives that is Jakarta right now. Clean up the air, fix the traffic, and Jakarta might be liveable in a decade. "Don't go to Jakarta" is what people from Jakarta tell you. They're right.
Bangkok has some of the best private hospitals in the world. Which is interesting if you're in Asia a lot and you want medical care better than you can get in your home country. Bumrungrad Hospital in Bangkok is ranked #7 in the world. I did an executive health checkup there and it was great. Prices range from $250 to $750 depending on how many checks you want. You can get blood count, X Ray, ultrasound, hormone check, etc. They also have most other medical disciplines. I also got vaccinations renewed. The hospital is private so it's so much better than the overloaded public healthcare systems of Europe, Canada and UK where everyone tries to avoid helping you, is overworked and angry. In Bangkok they're super nice and helpful and you can make appointments straight with a specialist. Not blocked by a GP like in your home country.
One of my favorite places. It is a bit more expensive, but if you are ok with spending more for living, you will get sun, beaches, safety (I never felt threatened), culture. Jerusalem is just an hour bus ride away for touristing (bus prices are super cheap). You have to be ok with soldiers with guns walking around. And you have to get used to getting your bags searched every time you go into a mall or movie theater. I got used to it pretty quickly. I loved Tel Aviv.
Circus scene is AMAZING, the restaurants are great, and it's super easy to eat vegan here. Love this city! The winter is really hard though. I plan to leave before it returns.
Lived here for 3 months. Fantastic. Special mentions to Rooms Hotel for the best late-night coding and coffee lounge, Urban Garden for best reasonably-priced gym, Restaurant Tiflis (by the bridge), Duqani, Shatre, and Machahkela resturant chain for inexpensive but great food, and Skola Coffee + Book Corner Cafe (opposite Restaurant Tiflis) for best daytime cafes you can work at. Best ice cream (by FAR): The Cone Culture. Georgians are very friendly and hospitable. It's also the first ex-Soviet country to legalise 🍁, if you're that way inclined (you'll find Georgians willing to share nearly everywhere.) However it's an Eastern European country and still poor, you gotta be careful. I recommend you open a local bank account with TBC Bank (very easy process) and then use Transferwise to exchange into GEL. (connect with me: scaur.nz)
SLOW internet speed and local people mostly relies on 4G/LTE networks instead of cables. However, I need to recommend the Wheeler's: https://goo.gl/maps/Z2cLP2y9hqT2 It has the fast internet speed in town, around 20Mbps download/upload.
Nomad-ed here for a month. A totally ok place if you have the budget for it. Coworking spaces are good, 4g everywhere, transportation is effective. Lots of things to do. I was able to find friends. Lots of international people, very few digital nomads. If you're there, consider not renting in the center (as it gets expensive fast) and being creative with places to eat to find cheap options. Be prepared to use cash unless you live in a luxury.
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