All in, Austin is a good city. We live in Hill Country now so we're a bit removed. But it's beautiful area once you get away from the highways. A good tech scene. Not too expensive (~$2100 for a nice 2 bedroom apt) for the U.S. Has wineries and breweries galore. Not a great place if you are a recovering alcoholic (!). Cons: extremely hot in the summer; reaches 110 F (43.3 C) in summer afternoons from June - September. Not very diverse. Highways are loud and obnoxious.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌥Feels 38°100°31°88°🥵AQI372$4,402 / mo82Mbps×
Seattle is a great city, especially if you like nature, there are plenty of outdoor activities to do all year round. People are generally open-minded and friendly. The cost of living is high but it allows you to be able to afford other places on earth easily if you can find a job here. You can also find plenty of good restaurants and arts around in the city. I recommend to stay at least 3-6 months to get the feel of living a PNW life.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 21°70°21°71°AQI343$4,155 / mo73Mbps×
I grew up in Chicago and still return fairly often. I love the character of the different neighborhoods, the variety of architectural styles, and as others have said, the food scene is incredible. It's easy to make friends in the suburbs, perhaps not so much in the city itself. I have never witnessed racial tension here, and have been pleasantly surprised by the interracial friendliness I have observed. There are a wonderful selection of forests and parks just about everywhere, and the museu
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 19°66°19°65°AQI244$3,775 / mo35Mbps×
Nothing does a better job of explaining LA’s beautiful diversity and different neighborhoods than the documentary about the late Jonathan Gold, our city’s greatest amabassador and the only food critic to ever win a Pulitzer Prize. It is called, “City of Gold” and if you want to know LA, just watch this film. Trailer link: https://youtu.be/DmKTRDfz1zM
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 41°106°34°93°🥵AQI575$4,712 / mo58Mbps×
I've been living in SF since 2014 and I have to say Cost of Living is misrepresented. It's a lot more expensive now (2020) than posted. 1-bdr in center is $3,500-$4,000 + $200-$300 for parking + $100-$200 for utilities. Almost impossible to find month-to-month rent, so this is for 1-year lease. Coffee for two + a pastry is easily $20. Dinner for two never less than $50, unless it's fast food (+20% tips are expected) and if you want actually something good it's at least $100 for two. Airbnb is $1
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😳 Way too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 25°77°25°77°AQI389$5,687 / mo71Mbps×
Boston is a city in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts. It is the capital of the state, the largest city in New England, and the U.S. state of Massachusetts. The city proper is home to about 617,900 people, making it the largest city in New England and the 26th largest in the United States.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌥Feels 22°72°22°71°AQI2710$4,612 / mo34Mbps×
-Very well situated between the ocean and mountains -Cloudy winters -Not much snow -Large Asian minority -LGBTQ+ friendly -High quality of living -Very expensive -Very good nightlife -A lot of parks -A lot of outdoor activities -1 of the best education systems in the USA -Healthcare is excellent -Good transit system
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 25°77°25°78°AQI3212$3,696 / mo60Mbps×
I’m not sure about how accurate nomadslist really is. When I search for locations in the USA with good hiking what comes up first? Atlanta. Second is NYC. Huh? I think Tucson is a great city for the nomad who likes a bit of quiet. It’s small enough to be cozy but big enough that you can find everything you need. Want to party non stop and socialize with other nomads? Probably not your number one choice. Want good weather most of the year and lower cost of living? Love hiking, nature and be
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🙂 Okay📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety mediocreTap to open☀️Feels 34°93°34°93°🥵AQI3813$2,774 / mo56Mbps×
I've been to New Orleans plenty of time as a tourist, but this is my first time being a digital nomad and working down here for 3 weeks. Something about New Orleans always brings me back. Such a unique and one-of-a-kind place that while has gotten more expensive over the years, still is far more affordable than many places in the US. A lot of cheap good fun to have here and some amazing food. I will admit your safety factor will depend heavily on the area you're staying at.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 39°102°30°86°🥵AQI2616$3,687 / mo45Mbps×
The cost of living is way off. If you live a mainland lifestyle, sure, live a Hawaii lifestyle and it is far more affordable, my buddy lives off like $600/month - he is an extreme case. Go to farmer's markets and pick your own food, don't buy junk food and you will save so much. Electricity will be your main cost of living expense, that is sky high.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 25°77°25°76°AQI517$3,878 / mo43Mbps×
Lively city with excellent internet and other infrastructure. Beaches are everywhere - both gulf beaches and bay beaches. Head for the gulf side if you want spectacular sunsets and surf, and the bay beaches if you want calm waters. Clearwater Beach was rated #1 on TripAdvisor 2 years in a row, and for good reason. The water is beautifully clear and the sand as soft as baby powder. Public transportation options could be better. Awesome restaurants. This is the "sweet spot" in Florida in the summe
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🚀 Super fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 38°100°30°87°🥵AQI1718$3,528 / mo55Mbps×
Orlando has lots to do, but it is very spaced out and requires a car to get around. This fact is obvious by the constant traffic. The airport has great access, but is always extremely busy. Visit a few times to see Disney and Universal, but there are many other cities I'd prefer to live and spend more time in.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 39°102°30°86°🥵AQI1819$3,342 / mo44Mbps×
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.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 😳 Way too expensive📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌥Feels 25°77°25°77°AQI125😷20$5,111 / mo33Mbps×
Cincinnati is where you see and experience a normal American life. Weather has seasons and a temper. Nothing is world class, but you can experience the arts, community, and business at a rather high level.
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🙂 Okay📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety mediocreTap to open🌧Feels 22°72°22°72°AQI1621$2,906 / mo41Mbps×
Go anywhere other than the north. Stear clear of the Carmel, zionsville, and fishers areas. Mostly intolerant disgusting people there. The rest of city is great. Source: I’ve lived all over Indy for 30+ years
⭐️ OverallAll💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 InternetWiFi🏎 Fast😀 Fun mediocre👮 Safety badTap to open🌧Feels 22°72°22°72°AQI1122$3,346 / mo47Mbps×