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Where are the best rustic locations in Europe that also have fast Internet?

 

by @danielgenser | 5yr  | 27 comments

Iโ€™m interested in finding out about locations in Europe that are in pretty, rustic locations, but also have good Internet speed. Any ideas on where to look? Bonus if the locations are out of the Schengen zone. AirBnB listings of places youโ€™ve stayed at are helpful, too.

Thanks!

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@nadiamaki | 5yr

Would recommend Dordogne in France for sure. I have yet to hit Bulgaria, but it is a little off the regular track and has the 8th fastest internet in the world! It comes highly recommended to me.

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

I adore Bulgaria - it really does have beautiful natural areas. Is it really meant to have fast internet outside of the built-up areas?

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@ani_goes_tweet | 5yr

This is a rather late response, but the village of Villeneuvette in Herault, while not outside the Schengen area, is most certainly within a โ€˜rusticโ€™ area (read dazzlingly beautiful nature - Iโ€™ve been hiking in the mountains on most of my off days), but the WiFi is pretty good too. Iโ€™ve been renting someoneโ€™s studio (there are lots of artists here so everything tends to be beautiful), and when Iโ€™ve had the WiFi drop out Iโ€™ve been able to go to the cafe or even the posh hotel which calls itself a B&B. The village is stunning. Just use Google Images and youโ€™ll see.

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@titpetric | 5yr

Croatia, for now, is still outside of Schengen. There are a bunch of rustic places worth considering, but LTE coverage is still a bit spotty in rural villages and such. I can recommend Porec, even if itโ€™s a touristy town, it pretty much dies out in September, and if you find a place to stay outside of town, itโ€™s as quiet as it gets. I would suggest about a 5km range, beyond that LTE gets spotty (10km at Baderna was slightly unstable, disconnecting every few hours, it gets annoying). Internet packages are about 10eur/week if you want a LTE sim card (HR Telecom, or about 1.5eur/day, might just be during summer). If youโ€™re renting a place which has internet you can avoid this cost. A few bars in the city offer WiFi. The one thatโ€™s open practically whole year is at the peninsula next to the marina, called โ€œCafe Del Marโ€ (open wifi). There are I guess other options, but generally the city is filled with hot spots, itโ€™s just a question where you can drop yourself. I donโ€™t know about any coworking spaces in the area, youโ€™re on your own there.

Croatia is generally very nice, I saw some other cities like Skopje, but as your asking question was about rural scenery, places around Porec are already very rural. If you want the kind of โ€œmiddle of nowhereโ€ rural, you can check out places around Motovun. While popular in the sense that it has a movie festival there during the summer, itโ€™s so tiny and small that I guess you can visit all of their trattorias within a week, not that I tried.

Slovenia is fine, but unless youโ€™re renting a place like locals do, it will get very pricey. Forget about hotels and apart hotels/apartments, airbnb, prices are worse than Vienna.

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@sabbatical | 5yr

Hey @DanielGenser โ€” Iโ€™m curious, why do you prefer spots outside the Schengen zone? Just because they tend to be cheaper or something else?

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@miquel | 5yr

@sabbatical, Americans can only be in Schengen zone for 90 out of every 180 daysโ€ฆ Makes a huge obstacle for any sort of nomadโ€™ing in Europe.

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@harris | 5yr

@Philippe - itโ€™s a 3-month visa runโ€ฆ you have to stay out of Schengen for 3 months. Although, I hear many countries are lax (Spain, Italy, etc). @Miquel - there are some countries that have โ€œself employedโ€ visas that make it possible for freelancers and entrepreneurs to get a 1 year (and extendable) Schengen visa. I believe GERMANY is leading the way on this. So, the idea would be โ€“ go live in Germany first, get the self-employed visa and then Viola - free reign in Schengen FTW!

Weโ€™re moving to Barcelona next year โ€“ so, Iโ€™m beginning this process in Spain. Iโ€™m so excited to get to traveling around Europe.

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@poppyjikko | 5yr

Visa Run in the UK and Norway ?

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@miquel | 5yr

Canโ€™t do โ€œvisa runs.โ€ Each day you accumulate doesnโ€™t expire for 180 days, no matter where else you go in the world.

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@lightmotif | 5yr

Iโ€™m also craving somewhere rustic in August, away from the touring masses in Europe and hopefully not too hot. I need to be out of the Schengen region as well, was thinking Romania. Should any other nomads be thinking the same and interested in converging somewhere, let me know โ€“ rustic is great but extremely isolated maybe notโ€ฆ

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@jedizippy007 | 5yr

Andorra has 100M fiber everywhere. Old ADSL connections removed. Skiing in winter and 2.5 hours from Barcelona and 2.5 from Toulouse. 10% tax on worldwide income from 1st January 2015.

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@poppyjikko | 5yr

By the way, when you go remote, do you rent a car or scooter ? Bus ? Bicycle ?

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@paulmanea | 5yr

Check out Sighisoara and Sibiu in Romania or the areas surrounding them. Youโ€™ll find plenty of super-rustic villages and the Internet is usually 10Mbps at least and the living cost super-low.

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Lonely Planet called my place " Rustic chic gets no better" I offer a Digital Nomad package of good wifi, lodgings/food and other travellers to hang out with in the evenings for 300 euro a month all in up in the hills of Transylvania. Check out my place if your interested. The Village Hotel Maramures

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@miquel | 5yr

@WorkingTraveller, any specifics on MBPS at Hotel Maramures? Would you recommend it for a month or two stay?

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How about tuscany in Italy? the area is filled with stunning, rustic villages and towns scattered amongst the Tuscan hills :slight_smile:

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@sergi | 5yr

I really recommend Menorca, the Baleares, Spain. Itโ€™s a beautiful island in the Mediterranean Sea. In summer is paradise with sandy beaches and shallow waters, whereas in winter you can be focused or your work from a coworking space or a cheap rental apartment in Mahon or Ciutadella, the two main towns. Besides, there are nice rustic locations in the center of the island. Btw, the Internet is fast and reliable in the cities, not so much in the countryside. Just an idea to consider (:

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@wanderingdev | 5yr

I spent 2 weeks in Menorca, about a 10 minute drive from Mahon, and the internet was horrible. SO SLOW and it wouldnโ€™t stay consistent. Menorca is beautiful, yes. but I would definitely stay in the of the cities if you go.

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@geonomad | 5yr

Andorra has fibre most everywhere and if you get out to the smaller villages can be very pleasant, especially out of the high season.

But I can also vouch for Slovenia. I would go back to Tolmin in a heartbeat. Great place. Great people. Excellent paragliding.

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@orlando | 5yr

Small and mid-sized towns in Slovenia, part of Schengen area and eurozone, close to Venice, Zagreb, Ljubljana, Adriatic cost all in two hours drive distance.

Extremely fast broadband even in small towns (up to 200/200 Mbit/s, see www.t-2.net) and LTE/4G (20 Mb/s, 5GB in total, 20 EUR, www.telekom.si). More rustic locations still have good have LTE/4G and ADSL+, some even broadband.

You can get furnished flats starting at 250 EUR/month! But see local real estate site http://www.nepremicnine.net (not in english though) instead of AirBnB to find these. Look for mid-sized towns such as Novo mesto, Koper, Celje, Postojna, Kranj, or even smaller if youโ€™re looking for more rustic variations.

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@gigigriffis | 5yr

Orlando - you just made my day! Iโ€™ve been thinking about heading to Slovenia in July and August and was wondering what smaller cities/towns were worth looking into. And itโ€™s excellent to have the link to that site. Thank you!

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@orlando | 5yr

Gigigriffis, Iโ€™m really happy to hear that! :smile: July and August will be great as there will be great amount of really interesting festivals and events going on.

Apartments in coastal towns will be more expensive during that time, but the whole country is so small you can be anywhere in two hours time, so you can hire an apartment somewhere cheap and drive around.

PS. Found an English version of that real estate site: http://www.realestate-slovenia.info/

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@nickdanforth | 5yr

Weโ€™ve enjoyed working in ฤŒesky Krumlov before. Only a 3 hour bus ride from Prague, still pretty inexpensive, and much quieter/smaller.

Havenโ€™t had any issues with wifi. Seems to be plenty fast.

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@poppyjikko | 5yr

I think you could find rustic places with fast internet in France. The local network could vary wildly according to the local infrastructure, some places being at the end of the line and other being luckier.

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@danielgenser | 5yr

To me, this means not in a city, perhaps in a village or town, but most of all this means quiet, bucolic, perhaps more of a natural setting.

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@gigigriffis | 5yr

Internet in Switzerland tends to be good and the towns of Murren, Wengen, Lauterbrunnen, Grindelwald, and Wilderswil are all incredibly picturesque and surrounded by amazing nature. Things can get pricey in Switzerland, but if budget isnโ€™t an issue, they are some of my favorite places.

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@gigigriffis | 5yr

Hi Daniel,

What are your criteria for pretty and rustic? Do you like old-world cities (Prague, for example) or tiny towns?

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by @emondpph | 3yr 3 years ago | 43 comments

Hi everybody,

In august my Schengen tourist visa will be over. I would like to go 3 months in Eastern Europe, but it needs to be outside of the Schengen area. I would have loved to go to Budapest but because itโ€™s Schengen I canโ€™tโ€ฆ

Frankly, I donโ€™t know Eastern Europe that well. What are the best spots for Digital nomad in this region ? Also, I need a cool co-working space, I donโ€™t like working from my house.

Thanks !

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Registering a Business in Netherlands for non European


in Netherlands by @deskaway | 3yr 3 years ago | 0 comments

Hi fellow nomads !
Looking for tax representative offices, logistic solutions and Company incorporation in Netherlands. ?

I will be in Amsterdam coworking and checking these companies out? Honestly I do not want to end up with a hidden fees companyโ€ฆ

Cheers from Berlin,

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