Top 5 Destinations in Europe for Winter 2022 Best for Digital Nomads

Winter is one of the most beautiful times in Europe to discover its best Christmas cultures, which you can’t do in other seasons. If you want to escape winter blues and winter hues, it is the right moment to pack your suitcase and start discovering new places while continuing to work remotely. To make your planning process easier, we have collected the list of top work-from-anywhere destinations in Europe for the upcoming winter. If you like the cities with the best Christmas miracle atmospheres and lots of snow, keep reading further. As a side note, if you have a permit to stay in any country in Schengen Area, you don’t have to obtain a new visa to any of the destinations we listed.

Top winter destinations in Europe to work remotely:

Prague, Czech Republic

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Prague is the place to be if you’re looking for a winter wonderland. The city is filled with Christmas markets and festive decorations, and there’s always something to keep you entertained. Check out the famous Charles Bridge covered in snow or wander through the lovely Old Town Square. Ranking 11 in our Work From Anywhere Index, it is one of the most affordable cities welcoming digital nomads.

Tallinn, Estonia

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Tallinn, the capital of Estonia, is a fairy-tale city in winter. The city is quiet and relaxed, and the people are hospitable, making it the perfect place for digital nomads. There are a lot of nice cafes, bars, and restaurants. WIFI is widely accessible, and the internet connection is among the best in Europe. Estonia ranks highest in digital governance, so all the bureaucratic procedures should be done quickly. It ranks 4th in our Work From Anywhere Index.

Budapest, Hungary

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Winter in Budapest is one of the most beautiful experiences you can have. With its scenic Christmas markets, sun-drenched snow-covered streets, and an endless supply of mulled wine, the Hungarian capital indeed comes alive during the chilly months of the year.

Zagreb, Croatia

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Zagreb is an unforgettable gateway in winter unexplored by many. Streets covered with white snow and Christmas decorations’ illuminating lights with lively winter melodies, the city creates a magical experience. You can have plenty of activities after work, such as visiting a month-long festive at Advent, trying some winter sports during weekends at a mountain Scale Sljeme just around the city, or taking a walk by a frozen waterfall at Plitvice.

Ljubljana, Slovenia

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Ljubljana is not only the best destination in summer, but during winter, it creates its unique charm with its majestic alps. Discover the ancient buildings and Baroque architecture flared by the Christmas lights. Walk over the picturesque canals and get a mulled wine in one of the many Christmas markets the city hosts in Old Town. Ljubljana is also surrounded by beautiful nature. On weekends, take a day tour to Lake Bled and the Julian Alps. The city has yet to be discovered by many digital nomads. Therefore, it is an opportunity for you to uncover a fantastic city with the most welcoming and hospitable people, especially around Christmas time.

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