Do you picture yourself being a digital nomad and living abroad but you’re not sure which countries to consider? This beautiful world offers so many places for you to explore while you live a nomadic adventure. I have gathered some of the best places for digital nomads to live so you can start making this dream come true!


This is not only my beautiful home country but also my number one option when it comes to being a digital Nomad. Mexico’s vibrant culture and delicious cuisine are just two of the reasons why it’s one of the best places for digital nomads to live. you can get access to fast and stable internet as well as find plenty of co-working spaces and cafés across many Mexican cities and towns.

The cost of living in this country is also low ($600 to $2,000 USD monthly), so you’ll be able to live comfortably with cash to spare if you plan ahead.If you’re keen on working in big cities, you can check out Ciudad de Mexico, Monterrey and Guadalajara.

On the other hand, if you’re a fan of more relaxing and low-key places, you can work in small towns like Sayulita and Tulum. Regardless of where you prefer to be, working as a digital nomad in Mexico means that you’ll always have tons of things to do – from exploring ancient ruins to basking in stunning beaches to going for a quick surf session.

Digital Nomad Tip:

The tourist visa in Mexico lets you stay for up to six months, although you can get a renewable emporary visa that will allow you to live there for a year


Portugal is second on our list because even though it’s a little more pricey than other options on our list, the city has tons to offer. In comparison to most other places, the cost is outweighed by the impeccable modern infrastructure and easy lifestyle in Lisbon.

The beautiful weather, rich history, large expat community, gorgeous attractions, and mouthwatering food, are all excellent reasons to consider Lisbon as your next remote working destination. The fact that Portugal offers a digital nomad visa and an incredible Golden visa program, for those looking for something more permanent, is an added bonus.

Among other things, the ease of entry is one of the most liked things in portugal, as it offers a specialized Digital Nomad Visa or Portugal D7 Visa which makes it much easier for remote workers to enter the country.

This beautiful country is ranked as one of the safest as it boasts one of the lowest crime rates in Europe. Portugal has a relative cost of living ranked as very cheap and it also has reliable internet.


With so many perks to offer, Thailand is a favorite destination of digital nomads. Firstly, you have many places, from breathtaking beaches to stunning temples to floating markets, to explore. Living here is also very affordable (you can live for less than $1,000 USD per month) and finding a place to stay is not difficult at all.

Digital nomads feel that living in this region is a once-in-a-lifetime experience. You can work remotely in Thailand in big cities like Bangkok and Chiang Mai (which is considered the digital nomad capital of the country) and find reliable internet in modern co-working spaces. On the other hand, if you’re more drawn to places with an easy-going vibe, you can head to provinces or islands like Koh Lanta and Koh Pha Ngan and still be able to teach from shared workspaces and cafés.

Digital nomad Tip:

 Street food in Thailand is usually cheaper than eating out.  Plus, it’s safe and tasty, which is why many people  there prefer it to going to restaurants.