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Portugal voted best destination for digital nomads

A website specialized in supporting digital nomads has chosen the Portuguese capital as one of the best places for digital nomads to settle. According to Digital Nomads, there is a Brazilian city that also knows how to welcome these professionals.

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Lisbon

Lisbon is a city that captivates anyone with its charm and history. The narrow, winding streets that lead to charming squares, where traditional architecture blends with modernity. The city is known for its viewpoints, which offer stunning panoramic views, and for its cultural dynamism, with a rich offer of museums, art galleries, and musical performances.

In addition, the capital has excellent infrastructure. There is a wide variety of coworking spaces, cafes with fast internet, and inspiring spots to work at. The hospitality of the Portuguese is remarkable, ensuring that visitors feel welcomed and integrated quickly into the local community.

Rio de Janeiro

Although Lisbon was voted as one of the best cities for digital nomads, Rio de Janeiro was also recognized as an attractive destination for these professionals.

With its stunning beaches, such as Copacabana and Ipanema, and its iconic mountains, such as Sugarloaf Mountain and Christ the Redeemer, the city offers spectacular scenery. Nomads can enjoy coworking spaces with sea views, work in lush nature, and enjoy a rich nightlife.

Rio’s culture is vibrant and diverse, reflected in parties, sporting events, and artistic manifestations. Rio de Janeiro also offers outdoor leisure options, such as hiking trails in tropical forests and sports activities on the beach, providing a balanced and inspiring lifestyle.

Exceptional destinations for digital nomads

Digital Nomads

Both Portugal and Brazil offer digital nomads several advantages. In addition to their stunning landscapes and rich culture, both countries have a modern and well-developed infrastructure for remote work. Coworking spaces are easily found, and the internet connection is fast and reliable.

Lisbon Pastel de Nata

On the other hand, the local gastronomy is an attraction in itself. Portugal is famous for its traditional dishes, such as codfish and custard egg tarts, while Brazil enchants with its culinary variety, ranging from feijoada to acarajé.

Whether in Lisbon or Rio, these destinations offer a flexible lifestyle, inspiration, and new experiences.

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