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2.53/5
237 reviews
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Turin

Italy

⭐️ Overall Score
2.53/5 (Rank #1250)
237 reviews
👍 Quality of life score
Good
👶 Family score
Bad
💵 Cost
🧐 Pricey: €3,084 / mo
📡 Internet
🏎 Fast: 19Mbps (avg)
😝 Fun
Good
⛅️ Temperature (now)
🥶 Too cold: 13°C56°F (feels 13°C55°F)
💦 Humidity (now)
😊 Comfy: 61%
💨 Air quality (now)
🌱 Great: 34 US AQI
💨 Air quality (annual)
🌱 Good: 53 US AQI
👌 Safety
Good
🎓 Education level
High
💰 Income level
Mediocre: $31,279/y
🙊 English speaking
Bad
😤 People density
🧘‍♀️ Low density: 7k ppl/km² (12x12m)
🚶 Walkability
Great
✌️ Peace (no pol. conflict)
Okay
🚦 Traffic safety
Okay
🏥 Healthcare
Good
😄 Happiness
Okay
🍸 Nightlife
Bad
📶 Free WiFi in city
Bad
🖥 Places to work from
Great
❄️ A/C or heating
Okay
😁 Friendly to foreigners
Good
🗯 Freedom of speech
Good
🤚🏿🤚🏻 Racial tolerance
Bad
👩 Female friendly
Okay
🌈 LGBTQ+ friendly
Bad
🎅 Startup Score
Bad
Last updated: 2021-04-14T08:05:25+00:00


🌍 RegionEurope
🚩 CountryItaly
⏱ Average trip duration6 days
📡 Internet speed (avg)19 Mbps
⛅️ Weather (now)☀️ 13°C 56°F + 😊 Comfy (61%) = feels 13°C 55°F
💨 Air quality (now)👍 34 US AQI  🍃 good
💨 Air quality (annual avg)😐 53 US AQI  🍃 good
🔌 Power230V50Hz
🚕 Best taxi app (in country)MyTaxi
🚑 Travel medical insuranceSafetywing
📱 Best wireless carrierVodafone
💸 TippingNo
💳 Cashless society💵 No, cash only (esp. for foreigners)
💻 Best coworking spaceTalent Garden
💻 Best alt. coworking spaceToolbox Office
☕️ Best coffee placeCaffè Vergnano
☕️ Best alt. coffee placeLavazza
🏪 Best 24/7 coffee placeCaffe Fiorio
🚰 Safe tap water👌 Yes, drinkable
♻️ Return rate13% of visitors return
👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 Population900,000 people
👨‍👩‍👧‍👦 GDP per Capita$31,279 / year
😤 Population density🤨 busy: 12x12m (144m²) per person
🏞 Foreign land ownership allowedYes
⛪️ Religious governmentNon-religious
💻 Online electronics shopAmazon
🏠 Apartment listingsWimdu
✈️ Best short-haul air carrierRyanair
✈️ Best int'l air carrierAlitalia
🏥 Best hospitalWellbetour
💵 Cost of living for nomad€3,084 / month
💵 Cost of living for expat€1,727 / month
💵 Cost of living for family€3,412 / month
💵 Cost of living for local€975 / month
🏠 1br studio rent in center€600 / month
🏢 Coworking€250 / month
🏨 Hotel€1,661 / month
🏨 Hotel€78 / night
🏠 Airbnb (515 listings)€1,280 / month
🏠 Airbnb€42 / night
🍛 Dinner€16
🥤 Coca-Cola (0.3L)€3
🍺 Beer (0.5L)€7
☕️ Coffee€2
💰 Estimated tax on $50,000$26,034
💰 Estimated tax on $100,000$57,981
💰 Estimated tax on $250,000$156,981
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Great city if you come here as a tourist
But after one month here it has not been my best experience
The city is dirty and peoples don't talk great english
but defenitively some nice place to visit like the egyptian museum or the museum of cinema and also the muntain are not that far away.
For thr price it's not the best blace to go unless you absolutely want to learn italian.
And gosh try not to be run over by cars there.
1 year ago
One of the best Italian pearls I have seen in this classy country. Fully recommend for it's great mountain scenery saw from above the city. Better city than Milan I guess.
1 year ago
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How is Bari, Italy for digital nomads?


in Bari, Italy by @mitch_dina | 2yr  | 7 comments

Greetings!
Does anyone have experience in Bari, Italy please? We are thinking of going from Dubrovnik, Croatia to Bari by boat in mid-March. Has anyone taken a boat across? Is it nice or can it be choppy? (We are trying to avoid planes, to reduce our carbon footprint, so adding more surface travel.) Also, any info you might be able to offer about Bari and the surrounds? Next step will likely be trains up Italy as the Spring progresses.

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@jacobjay | 2yr

The ship is a fairly old fumy one and off season isn’t very full so doubt would improve carbon emissions versus a flight (especially on an efficient modern airliner when full). I’ve done the night trip in that direction, it’s okay although the chairs are not ideal. It’ll probably be calm but you can always look at the wind forecast nearer the time, nothing compared to the Irish sea. It’s certainly not a quick option versus flying (but is versus taking busses/trains around and through Slovenia). Somewhat amusing if you don’t mind a bit of inconvenience and like to mix things up :wink: I’d give attempting to use the shower a miss though.

For anyone going the other way from Bari, be warned the ticket office is miles from the port and you have to visit it for your boarding pass which you can’t print (but there’s a shuttle bus I gather). From Dubrovnik the office is on the road right next to the port’s customs and immigration check (some distance from the old town).

There’s a (slightly) faster ferry from Split.

From Bari, and as already mentioned, do take the train or bus inland to Matera, where there’s also a coliving (casa netural).

Unless you’re travelling slowly, for some routes in Italy, coaches (e.g. Flixbus) are easier and faster especially coast to coast.

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@mikerubini | 2yr

Hello, I’m originally from Terlizzi (30km nord of Bari) but I’ve been studying in Bari since I was 11. I think traveling by boat can be nice, depending on the type of boat you take. I didn’t travel to Croatia by boat, but I did go to Albania by boat overnight and it definitely wasn’t a luxury experience but it was ok.

Bari is nice but is pretty big, make sure to stay in the center and you’ll be fine. Of course, food will be great. Make sure to taste some focaccia, pasta and more. You can visit the cathedral, N’ dèrr’a la lanze among other things. You can work at HubBari, which is a coworking space. Bari is the main city for the region (Puglia) and it probably has everything you can think of.

You can move in Apulia by train pretty easily. If you go south you will encounter the best sea. Lecce is one of Italy’s most Baroque beautiful towns. Make sure to visit Polignano as it has some of the beautiful sea views you will see.

If you move north, come visit me :stuck_out_tongue: No, but aside from jokes, there are plenty of cities you can visit north, too. If you are into castles there’s Castel del Monte which is beautiful. Cities are beautiful, they go all the way up to Gravina, which is near Matera. Matera is on another region but has been named European Capital Of Culture for 2019 and it’s beautiful, too.

Look, I’m biased but everything is beautiful in Italy. Sorry :stuck_out_tongue:

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@jojomunroro | 2yr

No need to say sorry - it’s true, everything IS beautiful in Italy!

I went to Bari last year and loved Apuglia. I stayed 5 days in Lecce and 4 in Bari. I visited Polignano, Alberobello and Trani. It was great.

I’m a huge fan of Italy and have visited many places now - Rome (6 times), Napoli (twice), Venice, Trieste, Modena, Bologna, Genova, Torino, Sorrento (6 times), Capri (4 times), Montepulciano, Firenze, Sienna and also Ragusa and Palermo in Sicily. As you can see, I’m absolutely OBSESSED with the place!

My plan is to go back next year and spend a couple of months learning Italian and then exploring further. I know a little Italian but not enough and so I get frustrated. I hope to then do a train journey up or down the country. Your post has given me a few more places to look at as I love castles (and amphitheatres).

Grazie mille!

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@mpic | 2yr

And you’ve never been in Marche and Umbria, probably my two favourite regions, shame on you :laughing: (I’m from Marche so I could be a bit biased about it…)

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@angelasmith | 2yr

Hi @mikerubini, any idea of what the internet is like in Puglia?

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@mikerubini | 2yr

Sure, internet is generally good enough via cable. At home I have probably the worse wifi you can get but I still get 20MB in download. Upload is not good :stuck_out_tongue: But there are plenty of providers that are better than the one I use, and we also recently got fiber in a lot of cities which will give you up to 100gb in download and a good upload.

Don’t expect to find internet at coffee places or restaurants as much.

As for mobile, the best carriers are Vodafone and Tim which are a bit more expensive I would say, but there are new carriers in the market like Iliad that are cheaper. All carriers offer 4g.

Generally, you’ll be fine =)

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@mitch_dina | 2yr

Thanks Mike! That’s a lot of helpful info.

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Best things to do in Vicenza, Italy?


in Italy by @greysonxcole | 2yr  | 4 comments

Hey everyone!

I’ll be spending a few weeks (11/25 - 12/15) in Vicenza, Italy and want to know if you have any recommendations on things to do/see while there. I’m open to traveling to nearby countries and cities as my schedule will be pretty open. I love being outdoors - hiking, swimming, etc., but realize December isn’t the most ideal time for those types of things.

What are your favorite things to do around here?

Thanks,
Greyson

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@karlamoura | 2yr

Must see the Olympic Theater in Vicenza, it’s beautiful! The Teatro Olimpico is the first indoor theater in masonry in the world, with interiors made of wood, stucco and plaster.It was constructed by architect Andrea Palladio, between 1580 and 1585, when it was inaugurated. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

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@roger | 2yr

A couple day trip ideas in addition to mpic’s excellent suggestions:

  • Do a balsamic vinegar factory making tour in Modena
  • Parmesan cheese factory in Parma
    There are a couple ones in particular I’d highly recommend, but not sure if I can put links here or not… DM me if you’re interested.
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@mpic | 2yr

Never been in Vicenza, but while there you should absolutely go to Verona (of course), Padova, Cittadella (amazing city walls) and Marostica. In December also Castelfranco Veneto is nice if you like Christmas markets. Enjoy!

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@greysonxcole | 2yr

Very cool! hadn’t heard of most of those so will def check it out.

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Best beach towns in Southern Italy?


in Italy by @mitch_dina | 2yr  | 1 comment

Looking to spend a month or so (March/April of ‘19) in a beach town(s) in Southern Italy, anybody have good experience down there?

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@mpic | 2yr

Maybe it’s late but considering that nobody answered I add my 2 cents.
In Sicilia I would say Cefalù and Taormina, but Taormina is a strange town and if you stay “up” it’s a long thing to go to the sea. Close to Palermo there is Mondello. Close to Agrigento there is Scala dei turchi.

In Sardegna there are probably the best beaches but it’s not exactly south of Italy and it’s not well connected to the rest of the world… I’ve never been there but for some of my friends is one of the most beautiful land in the world.

In Puglia and Calabria there are plenty of beaches, but a bit more north I suggest Portonovo, Sirolo, Numana and Senigallia. In particular close to Sirolo there are two of the most beautiful beaches in Italia. I know them well because I don’t live far from there and these are “my beaches”. Prices are similar to South of Italy, much lower than in Liguria or Toscana.

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Quaint small towns/villages in Italy and/or France


in Italy by @theunisk | 4yr  | 13 comments

Any recommendations for a few weeks stay in a small, quiet town or village somewhere in Italy/France during summer ? Open to any setting, by the seaside, in the mountains or the countryside - I’d like to get a feel for local life (outside the cities) in a charming place.
Having hiking routes available nearby would be a bonus, but not required.
Internet speed will not be very important, so that does not need to be taken into consideration.
I’ll likely be doing both Italy and France, so suggestions for both would be great.

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@pri143u | 3yr

In the northern region of Italy I really love the Asiago Hills (yes that is where asiago cheese is from) I have found it to be very peaceful and quaint, but you would need a car. I also really enjoyed my time in Tuscany, there are lots of little castles and sights to see and many small towns. If you want a place that is well connected, but with a small city vibe then I would recommend Lucca.

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Hmm, I’m jumping in this one late as I’ve only just noticed it. But every summer I go back to Sète for the Worldwide Festival in July. It’s pure magic. It’s a small fishing port on the Med near Montpellier, and it’s a very artistic, cultural place. Amazing seafood, jazz festivals, very authentic town, which sits on a hill like an island (well, it practically is an island) and loads of beaches and walking nearby. Does tend to be difficult to find cheap housing though and I appreciate it’s not in the mountains. But it’s gorgeous!

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@gigigriffis | 4yr

Try Saint Jean de Luz in France (Basque Coast - gorgeous coastline, cute center, bigger Biarritz is just down the road) or perhaps Azay-le-Rideau if you want to be in the Loire Valley and visit all the castles (if you have a bicycle, the cycling here is amazing). In Italy, Modena isn’t as small as my other suggestions, but it has an amazing food scene if you’re into that. I also adore Assisi, though in summer it will be very crowded. It’s stunning and there are some nice easy countryside hikes around.

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@0frontiers | 4yr

Saint Jean de Luz and Anglet/Bayonne were among my favorite parts in France. Good food, friendly people, good services (transport).
Assisi and Umbria are the green heart of Italy, very peaceful. I agree.

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@0frontiers | 4yr

i am italian and i lived in france remotely for 3 years.
with my former girlfriend i have been to almost any region, each one may cater for your specific needs.
since you are talking about mountains the Alps of Savoie come to mind.
Here is a "major breakdown’ of all places i stayed.

Its pretty comprehensive and hopefully helpful.

VISITED:
Nantes
Bordeaux
Paris
Lille
Marseile

LIVED
Nice in Cote D’Azur : 14-15 months
Anglet in Pays Basque : 2 months
Crozon in Finistere / Bretagne : 3-4 months
Aigremont Gard - Languedoc Roussillon : 1-2 month
Puymaurin in Auch / Haute Garonne : 3 months
Aigueblanche in Savoie : 1 month
Joncelet in Herault : 6 months
Lattes in Cantal - Auvergne : 1 1/2 month (paid 6)

Short Visits:
Les Vans / Ardeche
Saint Tropes
Sainte Maxime
Montpellier
Marseille
Aix les Thermes
St. Girons

Place we liked most:

Nice

Weather, Sea, Light, Commodities, Food, Position of Apartment, Few Social Connection, Feeling that we are locals, Promenade, Easy to go around, Restaurants, Elegance, Airport, People like to come visit us, Close to Italy, Sunny Balcony

CONS:
City Life, Terrorism, Criminality, Prostitution, Crowded, Noise, Bus, Expensive, Traffic, No garden.

  1. Ardeche

Weather , People , Nature , Houses, Climate , Food

CONS: Commodities

  1. Pays Basque

PROS: Food, People, Service, Safety, Nature, Tradition.
CONS: Weather, Prices

  1. Crozon

PROS: People, Remoteness, Light, Tranquillity, Oysters, Coast
CONS: Travelling, Connection to Flights

  1. Aigueblanche

PROS: Mountain Air, People, Villages, Tradition, Savoie, Food, Antique, Local Food.
CONS: Asphalt, Locked Feeling

  1. Puymaurin

PROS: Space, Calmness, Campaing, Piscine, Eating Outside, Big Trees, Sky, Walks
CONS: Nothing Around, Low-level, Organic almost impossible, Fast & Dagnerous Drivers, Close to the Road,

  1. Aigremont

PROS: Flowers in the Garden, Ecosystem, 3000 m2, Countryside, Driving to Restaurant, Calmnness, Wine, Sun, Making Breakfast in the Sun, BBQ
CONS: House was not the nicest, Kitchen, Arrangments,

  1. Joncelet

PROS: Eco House, Design, Calmness, Loneliness, Cumbia the Doggy, Stars, Sky, Food, Wine, Spring Water, Automatic Heating, Shape of Living Room,
CONS: Small, No Natural Heating, Shower to Small, Kitchen Smallish, Small Fridge, Sofa was cold. Too remote, to much driving for shopping, Town nearby not appealing, No Friends, no socialising.

  1. Lattes / Aurillac

PROS: House, Calmness, View, Mixture between Wood & Stone, Each one has a room, Light, Spacious, Neighbours friendly, Space outside, Stove where you can cook pizza, Comfy but simple, Trees & Sky,
CONS: Isolated for Int’l Travel, Bit locked, Cows * Agriculture * Farming,

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@theunisk | 4yr

Thanks everyone for the excellent, detailed suggestions, I really appreciate it. Sorry for the late response. Village life is what I am ideally looking for, so more suggestions in that line would be very welcome. Since it will be a relatively short stay this time around we will probably rent a car to explore the countryside.
Any suggestions for a small village/town in the mountains ?

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@kasutan | 4yr

Hi Jacob,
I would recommend the Gers district (around Lectoure for example), the countryside is beautiful, the food exceptional and the “Chemin de Compostelle”, a famous pilgrimage trail, passes right through Lectoure.

During summer, there’s a night-time market in a different small town almost every night. Plus world-class astronomical festival at the beginning of August in Fleurance if you’re interested.

You would definitely need a car though.
For internet access, I would recommend buying a French SIM card with data plan for the duration of your stay.

Good luck!

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@jacobjay | 4yr

The biggest limiting criteria would be if you’ll have a car? Narbonne is a pleasant town and well connected, the countryside isn’t on your doorstep and coast is a bit mediocre. However there’s piles of places within easy reach (busses in the neighbouring Pyrenees Orientales department are 1€, and trains throughout the region also). France is blessed with great trails, and in the Pyrenees there’s refuges (most free) so you can stay overnight and do more adventurous hikes.

If you want countryside on the doorstep of a charming town I’d suggest Uzès in the Gard, just above Nîmes (also great), public transport is limited to some daily busses, also to Remoulins (for Avignon). It is however small and popular in summer so probably pricey and difficult to find somewhere… Other places worth checking are Albi, Tarbres, Pau. A bit more remote, Sisteron, Le Puy en Velay… If you’ve a car there’s so many more options as you could go for village life rather than sticking to towns, for example Cotignac/Carces/Correns in the Var.

@mule5 a 3bed for 1k should be perfectly doable around the smaller towns over a half year but you’d really have to be there in person to find them and negotiate. You’re generally not gonna get net unless it’s specifically a better holiday rental for foreigners, though throwing away say €150 on six months unused subscription is a reasonable solution.

I’m not a huge fan of Bedarieux the local town for Caussiniojouls, but the Orb valley is fab, there’s great icy pools, gorges and old villages to explore, and cherry season—OMG. But very popular with the French over the summer hols. Whilst most villages are not covered there are decent bus services to Beziers which is an interesting town (my next base!), and Montpellier, in fact there’s that 1€ train from Bedarieux to Beziers too.

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@them | 4yr

Hi,
I ve stayed in the north of Italy around Lake Como and the Lago Maggiore for 2 summers. I really like the quiet and relaxed life style and plan on staying there again soon. Good weather, food, swimming and hiking all is available. And there are great accomodations with fantastic views.
Also Milan is not too far away, if you want to get into a large city with an airport.

The downside however is that you usually need a car to get around, especially when you stay in smaller quieter places. But thats all over France and Italy… Public transport is not really big in rural areas. Keep in mind, that elevation starts soon after the lake shore. Usually you will have the street and the train tracks in this small strip before it goes up the mountain. Some areas can be quite touristic in high season, but it is still very relaxed. Internet (also 4G mobile) usually is fine. I did not find any coworking spaces - but would be very interested in finding out, if there is a scene in some of the cities around the lakes.

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@mule5 | 4yr

Recommendation: Caussiniojouls - small french town.
We stayed in Caussiniojouls, a small french town for 1.5 months on the last visit (in 2013) and it was great, we sourced it from air bnb and I can’t find the listing anymore or I’d share it. Very rural, just us and the vineyards. You definitely need car to live there, not much public transport.

Also interested in this topic. We are sourcing our next 3-6 months stay and have been looking between Italy and France as well. Initially and ideally wanted to be above Bolzano Italy, but haven’t found a spot that ticks all the boxes. Unlike the OP, for us, the most important of these conditions is the hi speed, reliable, internet and then beds for 5 people. Everything else is really just gravy at that point. Kids need better connection than I do for work, so they all three and complete their online school work this year.

We’ve looked around Como, it’s such a nice area. We found a few off season ski resort type of places that should be deserted this time of year, some even around 1000 euro/mo, but not much with good internet, mostly 4G and metered. When my kids do their weekly teacher conferences it chews up the data. We are easily using more than 75 to 100gb combined up/down per week, so being on a 4G cell plan with only 10GB usage for the month is a no go. One landlord said they don’t have internet but we could use their neighbors, LOL. I am running a business and three kids need daily access for school work, so reliable, accessible and fast internet is the deal breaker. Sorry for the side rant of internet.

We have also focused on the French/Italian border towns that are also ski resorts and off season. We’ve found a few 2 bedrooms for around 1000 euros a month but rarely a 3 bedroom. We’ve done that before too with 5 people and only 2 bedrooms, but for 3-6 months rotating who sleeps on the sofa bed is a PITA.

We’d love to hear about other people’s experiences and locations to explore. TY OP for the thread.

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@them | 4yr

How is the area around Caussiniojouls? I am actually looking at Narbonne and surrounding area at the moment.

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@mule5 | 4yr

Our three young kids loved it. No problems. We were there in April of 2014, and it was warm that year, or warmer than this year, and they were outside almost every day. We didn’t really venture too much around, besides to public markets and people watching. We really didn’t do any hiking since I was working full time, but we’ve met hikers who seemed to enjoy the area. The location was great, we did side trips into Spain and along the French coast.

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@poppyjikko | 4yr

Electric bicycle would be suitable you think ?

For the original question and @mule5 if you want quiet but not secluded / remote the area around Megève and all the Haute Savoie is great and easy to access.

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Staying in Italy for a few months - internet?


in Italy by @ld | 5yr  | 8 comments

Hello,

My boyfriend and I would like to spend a few months in Italy - nowhere major like Milan, maybe Tuscany region or more south. I’ve been there before, but not in a work capacity. We need decent internet both where we stay (maybe airbnb) and are hoping to find some cafes or work spots around.

I don’t see too much on here about Italy. And it certainly doesn’t make any list of ‘best places for digital nomads’ - so I’m curious about that. Is it a bad spot for people like us that survive off of the internet? Is it not reliable?

I appreciate any insights from your experiences!

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@adrienbetweets | 4yr

Hey there, I just arrived in Bologna & posted something about it.

Only here since Wednesday but it’s already been surprisingly great. Can’t imagine how it’d be in the spring/summer :slight_smile:

Anyhow, in that post I added plenty of links regarding coworking spaces & other generic resources relevant to Italy.

Enjoy :slight_smile: Any nomads in Bologna (Italy) right now? And resources for DN in Italy

Adrien

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@ani_goes_tweet | 4yr

Re WiFi at home, I spent April and May of 2015 about 2 kilometres outside of a hilltop village in Tuscany and never had any problems at all with the WiFi.

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@oriettaxx | 4yr

no doubt: get a prepaid TIM sim card (avoid vodafone like hell), and put it on a huawei pocket wifi modem.

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Seems Italy is a good place as I haven’t heard any issues with regards to Internet, power outages, etc. It’s certainly included in my DN spots bucket list!

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@borowis | 5yr

I don’t think the internet would be a problem in any of the developed countries, Italy included. 4G is pretty common, and available on prepaid, we got like 20 GB for 30 euros on TIM and Wind and lived on lake Como for a week just with that.

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@omarmohameddev | 5yr

Hi, i were born and grew in Italy (Sicily, to be precise) and actually, the general situation is that in the center and northern italy big cities you will find very good connections (even fibers up to 100/300/500 MB in download); in the little cities/town and in the south (even in cities), connection is much much more worst than that; Of course, i am talking about the general situation, exceptions could be anywhere. My two cents :slight_smile:

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@northcoffee | 5yr

Hi,

I’ve been in Cagliari/Sardinia for a week. In my apartment I’m getting 10Mbps / 1Mbps. Plenty ok for my work(hurray for rsync). Still I work from the local coworking space where the bandwidth is about the same.

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@mule5 | 5yr

We enjoyed 2 weeks in Sicily on the hosts local wifi (was a beach condo found on air B&B) it wasn’t terrible, but also wasn’t super fast, I believe it was a DSL connection. Still able to get my work done, but we also had a local data sim with WIND to supplement when out. I think I’d be lucky if we had a full 10/1 connection via wifi from that DSL connection at home. Love working in Italy though. :slight_smile: Enjoy your trip.

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✅ Pretty safe

✅ Fast internet

✅ Lots of fun stuff to do

✅ Warm in the spring

✅ Perfect humidity now

✅ Good air quality on average

✅ Easy to do business

✅ High quality of education

✅ Roads are very safe

✅ Freedom of speech

✅ Democratic

✅ Safe for women

❌ Too expensive

❌ Cold now

❌ Gets cold in the winter

❌ Feels crowded

❌ Difficult to make friends

❌ Hospitals are not that great

❌ People don't speak English well

❌ Not family friendly

❌ Hostile towards LGBTQ+

❌ Many people smoke tobacco

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Values shown are the medians of all daily highs in a month based on past few years





  • Chamonix

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😳 Way too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🚕4h
    €4,303 / mo
    29Mbps
    ×
  • Genoa

    Genoa is one of the most underrated cities in Italy: the medieval historic center is one of the largest in Europe and it is just gorgeous. Being hilly, there are so many places to get beautiful views of the city: spianata castelletto, Righi, giardini Dinegro and so much more... not to mention the food (focaccia and pesto are the specialties) and the people, who are warm and welcoming

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🙂 Okay
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 53°AQI 25
    ✈️10min
    €2,280 / mo
    19Mbps
    ×
  • 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.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 55
    ✈️10min
    €3,394 / mo
    20Mbps
    ×
  • Monza

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 34
    ✈️11min
    €3,040 / mo
    19Mbps
    ×
  • Lugano

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
    Tap to open
    ☀️ Feels 10° 50° 11° 51°AQI 13
    ✈️11min
    €4,149 / mo
    35Mbps
    ×
  • Lake Como

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety good
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    🌧 Feels  46°  46°AQI 42
    ✈️12min
    €2,684 / mo
    19Mbps
    ×
  • Monaco

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😳 Way too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety great
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 33
    ✈️12min
    €6,387 / mo
    49Mbps
    ×
  • Annecy

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels  43°  45°AQI 38
    ✈️12min
    €3,367 / mo
    43Mbps
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  • Grenoble

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 11° 52° 11° 52°AQI 16
    ✈️12min
    €2,637 / mo
    28Mbps
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  • Nice

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 13° 55° 13° 55°AQI 21
    ✈️12min
    €2,759 / mo
    28Mbps
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  • Geneva

    As an expat in Geneva since 5years now, I'll recommend Lausanne or Zurich before Geneva. French Swiss are slow to make business with and have a lot of bureaucracy.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😳 Way too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ☀️ Feels  48° 10° 50°AQI 52
    ✈️14min
    €4,476 / mo
    35Mbps
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  • Cannes

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 53°AQI 26
    ✈️14min
    €3,716 / mo
    35Mbps
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  • Barcelona

    Lived in Barcelona for a year and a half. I would agree that the weather is perfect and Barcelona does have a great tech scene as well as food and has everything landscape and lifestyle wise that you could think of. Bureaucracy isn't too bad if you nip it in the bu** early and have patience. Also, some clubs are free. (Jamboree!). The metro is also, very efficient with red and purple being the busiest lines. Very walkable city too. Plenty of opportunity to meet people as well. The beaches are ok

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
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    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 15° 59° 15° 60°AQI 44
    ✈️48min
    €2,632 / mo
    31Mbps
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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.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 54°AQI 55
    ✈️10min
    €3,394 / mo
    20Mbps
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  • Florence

    Florence is one of the most beautiful city in the world! Here you have the opportunity to taste real genuine, fresh and organic food and experience great wines (such a Chianti, Brunello di Montalcino, Nobile di Montepulciano, Bolgheri Sassicaia, Ornellaia and much more) ! Think that Italy is the only country in the world where each region produce a different kind of wine with different kind of local grapes. It is a real bless for palate. Italians are friendly and locals even more. Almost e

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 14° 57° 14° 57°AQI 18
    ✈️25min
    €2,982 / mo
    19Mbps
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  • Taipei

    Definitely check out The Key (on near Zhong Xiao Dun Hua station) if living here for more than a month. Cafe + Gym + Bar all in one, monthly membership about $50 USD. English-friendly, no contracts. Made my 3 month stay here immensely better with fast wifi in the cafe and it's a great feeling to be able to work out immediately after working.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety good
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    🌧 Feels 21° 70° 20° 68°AQI 36
    ✈️13h
    €1,698 / mo
    20Mbps
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  • Geneva

    As an expat in Geneva since 5years now, I'll recommend Lausanne or Zurich before Geneva. French Swiss are slow to make business with and have a lot of bureaucracy.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😳 Way too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ☀️ Feels  48° 10° 50°AQI 52
    ✈️14min
    €4,476 / mo
    35Mbps
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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

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels  45°  47°AQI 31
    ✈️1h
    €2,512 / mo
    34Mbps
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  • Rimini

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 12° 54° 12° 53°AQI 34
    ✈️32min
    €2,846 / mo
    19Mbps
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  • Sofia

    Sofia is one of the most amazing cities ever, it has old buildings because of the low economic status of the country, but the main cause is from the low number of tourists visiting this lovely country. The food is amazing and cheap, the population is very fun, but they are a little bit homophobics and racists (not everyone, but there are a lot of people who really are). Bulgaria has amazing views, parks, coffeehouses and of course the most beautiful beaches and sunsets, the temperature of the wa

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
    Tap to open
    🌧 Feels  46°  49°AQI 35
    ✈️2h
    €1,167 / mo
    30Mbps
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  • Sliema

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🙂 Okay
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety good
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    🌥 Feels 17° 63° 17° 62°AQI 98😷
    ✈️2h
    €2,419 / mo
    28Mbps
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  • Bologna

    The old center is ok but the rest is not so great!

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels 11° 52° 11° 52°AQI 23
    ✈️24min
    €1,997 / mo
    17Mbps
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  • Lyon

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ☀️ Feels 10° 50° 11° 52°AQI 16
    ✈️19min
    €3,136 / mo
    28Mbps
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  • Timisoara

    Prices aren't that low anymore. 1br apartment in the centre would cost you around 400 euros, maybe even 500 if you go for something more luxurious. Airbnbs are 40-50 euros per night (central ones). Dinner would be anywhere from 5 to 10 euros and even more if you go to the fanciest restaurants. There's a decent tech scene around (lots of software engineers in the city). I'm living in Timisoara since 2011.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌧 Feels  39°  42°AQI 7
    ✈️1h
    €1,171 / mo
    38Mbps
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  • Munich

    I've lived in Munich for six months during my Erasmus internship. It is a great place to live generally, offering high quality of life, and it would hands down be the best city to live in Germany if: -It wasn't expensive af, especially rent prices -It wasn't almost impossible to find a place to rent (like literally the only way to find is through acquaintances) -Bavaria was less bureaucratic and more tech-progressive -It had more... young people; much of the youth there is because of the two of

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels  43°  42°AQI 30
    ✈️36min
    €3,264 / mo
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  • Rome

    Rome has tourist fatigue. Servers are curt and it's hard to find a decent restaurant.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety good
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    🌥 Feels 13° 55° 13° 55°AQI 30
    ✈️42min
    €3,491 / mo
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  • Paris

    Super fun and beautiful city. I find Parisians are actually very patient and warm if you at least attempt to speak French; in my experience, most people who complain that they're rude are the ones making zero effort to speak the language. Expensive though and not very easy to meet other nomads.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ✈️47min
    €3,426 / mo
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  • Barcelona

    Lived in Barcelona for a year and a half. I would agree that the weather is perfect and Barcelona does have a great tech scene as well as food and has everything landscape and lifestyle wise that you could think of. Bureaucracy isn't too bad if you nip it in the bu** early and have patience. Also, some clubs are free. (Jamboree!). The metro is also, very efficient with red and purple being the busiest lines. Very walkable city too. Plenty of opportunity to meet people as well. The beaches are ok

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    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
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    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ✈️48min
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  • Brussels

    Dirty, ill-managed city. Unsafe due to impunity and laxist law enforcement. Friendly people though and great food!

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🙂 Okay
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun mediocre
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ✈️55min
    €2,410 / 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 there’s some cool communities to be part of, but another extended stay

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ✈️1h
    €1,859 / mo
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  • Amsterdam

    Housing is an issue (so cost of living is high) but the city is beautiful and summer in Amsterdam is hard to beat with all the cultural activiies and music festivals. Would not want to live in the actual city center (inside the "grachtengordel") but have been living in East for over 2 years now and aside from the price (and size) of apartment life is just good here. Biking everywhere is bliss. Winter can be cold though.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ✈️1h
    €4,081 / mo
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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

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌦 Feels  43°  45°AQI 32
    ✈️1h
    €1,268 / mo
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  • London

    How did you guys classified Penge as rich? It is one of the worst neighbourhood I have ever been in London, the ammount of people I know that have been robbed there is appalling.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    🌥 Feels  48°  49°AQI 87😷
    ✈️1h
    €3,537 / mo
    🌇 Also went here44 people
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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

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
    💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety mediocre
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    ✈️1h
    €2,512 / mo
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  • Lisbon

    It's great if you're woke, young & artsy. If you're just a regular guy in your 30's with no connections, you'll have a miserable time. Especially during the pandemic. It's not inexpensive and you get offered cocaine every 200 meters in the city center.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 
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    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety good
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    ✈️2h
    €1,771 / mo
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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 cafés to work at and most of them have free and reliable wifi. Definitely recommend!

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    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety very bad
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    ☀️ Feels 18° 64° 18° 65°AQI 33
    ✈️2h
    €961 / mo
    🌇 Also went here24 people
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  • New York City

    I've lived in New York City - Brooklyn - for over 20 years. For visiting tourists, the best neighborhood to stay in is NOT Bushwick. Park Slope, Prospect Heights, Ft. Green or Brooklyn Heights is preferable. Plenty of good transportation in those areas - subway, buses or Uber. Easy access to beaches in Long Island and New Jersey. There's plenty to do in NYC. Great restaurants, Broadway plays (!), and in the summer you frequently can catch a free concert.

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    💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun great
    👮 Safety very bad
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    🌥 Feels 15° 59° 15° 59°AQI 18
    ✈️9h
    €4,078 / mo
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  • Chiang Mai

    Chiang Mai used to be N.1 for the digital nomad life. It is still great and you can find really cheap apartments (300-400$) and restaurants (2-3$ for a main). Wouldn't recommend staying there during the burning season. The best area is Nimman, but it's also the most expensive. You can stay in the old city that's very nice but that gets noisy during the weekend for the night markets. Last but not least, very safe city. All in all would go back in a heartbeat.

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    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety good
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    🌥 Feels 40° 104° 31° 89°🥵AQI 83😷
    ✈️12h
    €917 / mo
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  • Bangkok

    Don't believe the prices on here for an apartment. 686 usd/month refers to an apartment in a high class condo, right in the city centre and seconds away from the BTS(train station). Just remember this, people working at supermarkets make 2 usd/per hour. If you want to live like a local, then you can save a lot of money. If you don't mind a 5-10 minute walk from the BTS, then you can easily get a one bedroom apartment for 300 USD per month, in a high class condo, plus with free golf cart ser

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    💵 Cost 😙 Affordable
    📡 Internet 🏎 Fast
    😀 Fun good
    👮 Safety good
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    🌧 Feels 45° 113° 32° 90°🥵AQI 59
    ✈️12h
    €1,184 / mo
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