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What are the most trending digital nomad hubs?

 

by @startupblink | 5yr  | 28 comments

Hi all,
I am trying to identify digital nomad hubs in each continent focusing mainly on the amount of digital nomads out there. I mean places which you can actually connect to nomads, regardless of cost of life and other factors. Also, what do you consider as the digital nomad locations which will be the next hubs?

Thatโ€™s what I have currently, would you add a city, or remove one you find irrelevant?

European Hubs- Berlin, Prauge, Budapest, Barcelona
Asian Hubs- Chiang Mai, Ho Chi Minh, Ubud, Canggu, Bangkok, Davao
Latin American Hubs- Medellin, Buenos Aires, Santiago, Playa del Carmen
USA Hubs- Austin, Portland, San Diego, Boulder
Location which are becoming regional Hubs- Krakow, Lisbon, Taipei
Hidden Recommended Locations- Sofia, Plovdiv, Bucharest, Brasov, Cluj Napoca, Zagreb, Split, Thessaloniki, Yerevan, Tbilisi, Malta, Haifa, Galway, Phuket, Tenerife, Ljublijana
Best Value Locations- Lviv, Kiev, Odessa, Moscow, Saint Peterburg, Minsk
Top Level Hubs- Hong Kong, Singapore, Tokyo, Tel Aviv, London, Munich, New York, San Francisco

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Mod edit: Nomad List now has a live ranking of the trending digital nomad hubs

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@workingnomad | 4yr

Another vote against Playa. Itโ€™s a vacation spot so is therefore overrun with tourists. Itโ€™s also more expensive than a lot of European resorts too. Why would anyone go to Mexico and pay more?!

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@dries | 4yr

About Taipei: had a hard time finding nomads there. There were lots of expat students and English teachers though. Still, I was there a year ago and things change quickly these days :slight_smile:

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@jessicaliske | 4yr

I would put Sayulita, Mexico on this list. 100000000x better than Playa Del Carmen. Halifax, Canada would also be worth noting, in my opinion.

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@mmorris | 4yr

@jessicaliske What do you like about Sayulita vs PDC? We are in PDC now for the second time and enjoy it, but always open to new places. From pictures it looks very similar, but I know thatโ€™s not the whole story. Less crowded and touristy I assume? I see surfboards so thatโ€™s a plus in my book. We tend to avoid the beaches here unless we are quite a ways from the city center.

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@jessicaliske | 4yr

Personally, there is no comparison for me. I went to Playa last year and really disliked the entire vibe. Too touristy, too busy, the beach was dirty, everyone seemed like they were just out to make a buck. Sayulita is quieter, has that โ€œhippie beach vibeโ€ going for it, really big into surf and adorable stray dogs. Fresher food, fresher people (haha) the beach is a little more rocky, not pristine white sands but you have the mountains which is far better in my opinion. It has a pretty good coworking community thatโ€™s only continuing to grow. Judging by your career at Perception Trainers I think Sayulita would be a better fit.

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@startupblink | 4yr

I heard Playa also became more dangerous recently :frowning:

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@azurio | 4yr

How did you find prices in Sayulita? Are there much better prices for rentals beyond what you find online? Any tips with price/charm balance in particular areas there, or outside Sayulita? Thanks!

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@workingnomad | 4yr

I have spent a bit of time in Mexico City and think it could be a future hub. I found it generally cheaper and better value than Playa del Carmen.

It does have itโ€™s issues, not least the air pollution and staggering wealth gap. In terms of safety, Iโ€™d say I felt as safe there as most U.S. cities Iโ€™ve visited, perhaps even more so.

Iโ€™ve also spent a bit of time in Cambodia and I can see both Siem Reap and Phnom Penh attracting more nomads. Both have a whole bunch of coffee shops and are very affordable! Of course there is stiff competition in SE Asia from the places you listed.

Finally I echo what others have said about Moscow. I was there in 2001 and found is staggeringly expensive. I cannot imagine it has become any cheaper since as inflation has been an issue for Russia.

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@startupblink | 4yr

Hey,
First time I hear about Mexico city as a potential hub, very interesting. I enjoyed my time there and will try to check it out.
Cambodia is great value, but my major concern there is internet quality and coworking spaces. Did the situation there change for the better?
As for Moscow, I agree, even with the 50% devaluation, it is probably too expensive now, stick to Minsk in Belarus and the Ukraine for great value :slight_smile:

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@workingnomad | 4yr

I found Cambodia to have generally good wifi and in the major centres 4G was available. PP has so many great cafes, particularly around the Golden Street area near the national monument.

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@chase_buckner | 4yr

I recently attended a cowork-owners event in Mexico City and was surprised by how many awesome coworks there are in CDMX now! The money that must have gone into some of them was shocking as there were so big/nice.

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@eugn23 | 5yr

Surprisingly accurate listโ€ฆ though I donโ€™t know if Phuket belongs on the โ€œhiddenโ€ list along with the rest of those cities.

I would add little known sayulita, mexico to that list (people might hate me for that).

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@ravirana211 | 5yr

Goa, India is a good option in south Asia, people know it as a party and travel hub.
But it serves as a digital nomad hub also very well. You get decent connectivity and stay at awesome hotels/resorts. Spending a month is pretty cheap depending upon the season. Many nomads have been there and says its pretty awesome. Travelling there soon!!
From there it is very easy to connect Sri Lanka and Indonesia. Making a trip of few months is worth around this subcontinent.
Visiting Time: October to February.

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@startupblink | 4yr

Thanks for the Goa tip, I wonder if the iternet quality is good enough? This is usually the major concern which makes digital nomads avoid India. This country is so great, but when I was there 5 years ago, the internet was challenging for skype calls.

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@ravirana211 | 4yr

@elid1979 The internet quality is increasing drastically. India is somewhat having a telecom revolution, all big companies are fighting to give better telecom services and internet.
Now you can easily get loads of internet data at cheap price. 4G service is now available in India.

I am visiting Kochi, Kerala this week. Letโ€™s see how the place is, as many people love to visit it.
Let me know when you plan to visit India, we can meet up and I can help you experience India.

Cheers!

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@startupblink | 4yr

Thanks, looking forward to seeing India become a digital nomad hub , since until now digital nomads are avoiding it and itโ€™s a real pity, considering how unique the country is.

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@anigupta | 4yr

Internet connectivity is pretty weak in Goa. Maybe itโ€™ll be better a couple of years from now. Public transport is pretty much non-existent. Not a DN hub by any stretch.

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@startupblink | 4yr

Still looking forward to the first Indian Digital nomad hub. Which one do you think it would be?

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@levelsio | 4yr

Iโ€™d vote Bangalore and Goa

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@arti1 | 5yr

And in Tenerife too!! Coworking in the Sun (Puerto de la Cruz) Coworking Nomad (Santa Cruz de Tenerife). Oh, and in Fuerteventura, Hub Fuerteventura.

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@startupblink | 4yr

I heard a lot about Tenerife, I will add it!

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@anderkd | 5yr

Moscow is a value location? I thought it was eye wateringly expensive in Moscow?

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@startupblink | 5yr

Moscow is definitely not cheap. However, in the list I tagged it under high value, which means that now is the time to catch it in prices that are 50% or less than what it used to be a year ago. I agree it might not be the highest value place, and certainly not the cheapest city, but it has an โ€œopportunityโ€ pricing that was not available before.

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@gigigriffis | 5yr

Ljubljana is popular in summer. Amsterdam had plenty of nomads in the fall when I was there.

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@startupblink | 5yr

I heard great things about Ljubljana, I will add it soon. Amsterdam is great, but most people report that it is quite expensive, and thatโ€™s the main reason cities like Amsterdam and Paris didnโ€™t make the list.

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@rmahugo | 5yr

I think that you should update the European Hubs and include Gran Canaria in Canary Islands (Spain) as next hub in EU: https://nomadlist.com/blog/gran-canaria-europe-hotspot-digital-nomads.

Good weather all year (on average 22ยช degrees), a little bit cheaper than Madrid or Barcelona, good connection and finaly, some very good Coworkings places, beaches, and very kind people :wink:

In other way, thanks for your list! I have been in Prague and Budapest and next year I will be in some Asian Hubs :wink:

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@startupblink | 5yr

Glad you found the post useful.
Putting a note to myself to include Gran Canaria on the next version of the article, I have heard another recommendation about it recently, focusing specifically on the tax deductions that drive many people there, but for me, the sea and coworking is much more relevant :slight_smile:

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@rmahugo | 5yr

Yes this is another good point of Canary Island if you are thinking to create a new business or new place for your business in EU. We have special taxes here.

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Any nomads in Arizona, US?


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Hi guys,

After the Netherlands, the Bay Area, Colorado and being on the van life for 8 months, I am now in Sedona, AZ with a few other digital nomads. We are sharing a home here and are wondering if there are more like minded people in the area.

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Are there any digital nomads in the Islands e.g Bermuda, Barbuda, St. Kitts and Nevis?


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Best place in Portugal near cool nomads, good surf, and a great cowork spot


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Hi there, title says it all. Canadian nomad hoping to find the city/town in Portugal with great, consistent surfing, a solid coworking spot, and a fun group of young nomads. Please recommend!

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Tax advisor for permanent nomads?


by @eljaques | 8mo 8 months ago | 1 comment

I'm in need of a tax advisor who understands "our" typical situation. I'm all good on being legal on taxes at this point, but as I'm doing more investing and there's more compliance and KYC and such, it's getting more complicated to deal with this topic. Not living in my country of citizenship, company in another country, resident in yet another country, banking in a different country ... you know how it is, a pile of red flags.

Would be great to find a good tax advisor to sort things in a way that makes my situation as "explainable" and easily dealt with as possible. Any leads?

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How to get into the digital nomad lifestyle?


in Switzerland by @filiptk | 9mo 8 months ago | 1 comment

Hi, I've got a question to anyone who had experience with the digital nomad lifestyle. I'm 24, I'm in my last year of university doing computer science, got 3 years of experience mostly doing web development.

I never liked the idea of staying in one place, getting a job and growing roots - hence the will to take the opportunity and travel the world. My main question is โ€“ how do I go about it? Are there any useful resources I could look into?

How do I go about insurance and such once I decide to move. I currently live in Switzerland and do freelance work for one company. It's not a lot, since my studies don't allow me to pick up a full time job, but it allows me to cover simple expenses.

I'd be happy to get some insight into how things work and also happy to network with anyone interested.

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by @mattlock | 1yr 1 year ago | 33 comments

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by @programmingmark | 1yr 1 year ago | 2 comments

Hello digital nomad!

I dream of being an independent digital nomad. But it feels very elusive & unattainable with my success rate. In full disclosure, whilst I have dreamed about making money online since high school; I have not earned a single cent making money online. $0, nada, zilch!! On the contrary, I have spent a lot of time & money on books, podcasts. Even though I have spent a lot of time reading/listening to others, I do not have anything to show for it!

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  • What is a good way of achieving this goal?

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aka the $0 online business entrepreneur

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in Portugal by @jasraj | 1yr 1 year ago | 6 comments

Hey everyone,

Iโ€™m a freelance + nomad newbie, off for my 1st proper trip in May. Iโ€™m wanting to spend a month somewhere and go from there.

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Hey, is there currently a way to save filter settings? I feel like it would be helpful for planning the trip as I have several ideas on what to target and would like to cycle between them

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by @noam_lightstone | 1yr 1 year ago | 16 comments

Hey guys, this was my first year as a Canadian nomad.

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by @rose_davis | 2yr 1 year ago | 7 comments

Hi!

I am planning to move to Latin America for 3-4 months (Oct-January). Iโ€™ve narrowed down 6 different places that I want to visit before committing to settling down, but Iโ€™d love to get some community input.

Here are the cities Iโ€™m considering:

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  • Cuenca, Ecuador
  • Medellin, Columbia
  • Cartagena, Columbia
  • Antigua, Guatemala
  • San Marcos La Laguna, Guatemala

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