Greatest city to be a nomad in Brazil by far. Low crime rate when compared to Rio, 4G works great in a lot of places and what you can have the most is fun here. Cost of living can be a little too high if you don't pick carefully a place, but people are friendly and help you to find the perfect place. Ah, and food here is delicious, even if you're a vegan.
🎒 Nomad Score3.54/5 224 reviews💵 Cost okay📡 Internet okay😀 Fun great👮 Safety very badTap to Open🌥Feels 25°77°22°71°😷AQI511$1,679 / mo13Mbps×
First off,the cost of living for Floripa is listed way to high, I rented a whole house for 1200 reais which is around $320 USD per month, food was about $25 a week pending on if you were to go out to eat a couple ti es a week. Beer and liquor were the pricey items. It was around $15 for a 12 pack of craft beers, (32 oz), but other than that, I got by on $500 a month for two months and still had more than enough money to live well, surf, party and meet tons of great people. Everytime I go to Floripa, I end up stayingfor at least a month or longer. People do speak English, butithelps if you can speak Portuguese orhave google translate. Not hard at all toget around either by car or by bus. They have all the modern tech you have at home there. Instead of staying in centro explore the other sides of the island you can find very inexpensive living outside of centro on the western shores and still be a stone throw away from the beach. My house was located in Rio Travieso, SC or the otherside of the mountain from centro. Tons of brew pubs, acia stands, gastro pubs, sushi and traditional resturants. Someplace chill, safe, andcost effective.
🎒 Nomad Score3.4/5 214 reviews💵 Cost good📡 Internet bad😀 Fun great👮 Safety badTap to Open🌥Feels 25°77°23°74°AQI272$1,377 / mo8Mbps×
There are not a lot of places to work from, there are not many cafes. The city is not so fun, but the city is close to great dunes and beaches. The sitances are relatively long and since its always very hot it is not ideal to walk. My score would be nomad score would be 2.
🎒 Nomad Score3.39/5 169 reviews💵 Cost good📡 Internet bad😀 Fun good👮 Safety badTap to Open🌥Feels 35°95°30°87°🥵AQI233$922 / mo9Mbps×
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I live in Rio and unfortunately it's not a good place to be a nomad. Most people don't speak English. Most places don't have WiFi. We can't depend on WiFi and 4g anywhere. They don't work well. It's not safe to walk at night. It's not safe to work in public spaces. The city is very big and transportation is terrible. Besides it's too hot most of the year and its polluted.
🎒 Nomad Score3.33/5 220 reviews💵 Cost okay📡 Internet bad😀 Fun great👮 Safety very badTap to Open🌥Feels 28°82°26°78°AQI364$1,923 / mo8Mbps×
Big city that feels like a small town. It’s safer than most cities in Brazil and has a very diverse population. It’s a gastronomic and cultural hotspot. Cons: awful public transportation, cracked sidewalks, poor accessibility and not much to do at night (most establishments are closed at around 11).
🎒 Nomad Score3.14/5 205 reviews💵 Cost okay📡 Internet okay😀 Fun okay👮 Safety badTap to Open🌤Feels 36°97°34°93°🥵AQI3812$1,532 / mo11Mbps×
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