Want to become a Lisbon digital nomad?
Lisbon, Portugal has become a top digital nomad destination. Digital nomads rave about this coastal city for its great work-life balance, lifestyle and community…
…but is it all it’s cracked up to be or has it been overhyped?!
Matthew and I made it our mission to find out why Lisbon continues to be this popular nomad hub.
We’ve been digital nomads since 2018 and we finally got the chance to become Lisbon digital nomads, spending 1 month living and working remotely.
Now, we are sharing the best coworking spaces, best neighborhoods to live in, best nomad communities to join – all tested and experienced by us.
Not only that, we want to go further and share smaller details like getting SIM cards or even how to do your laundry.
Here’s our complete digital nomad guide to living in Lisbon, Portugal!
Lisbon Digital Nomad Review (⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️.3/5)
As digital nomads traveling full-time, you are constantly looking for your next destination. Lisbon, Portugal is on most digital nomads’ lists of places to live and work remotely.
So much so that around 16,000 digital nomads now call Lisbon ‘home’ for some part of the year, according to Nomad List.
We’ve been on the road since 2018 and we have come up with our own, original rating system for each destination we visit.
After living in Lisbon for a month, here’s our official Lisbon digital nomad review:
- 🏡 Quality of life: ★★★★★
- 💰 Cost of living: ★★
- 👮🏻 Safety: ★★★★
- 🌤️ Weather: ★★★★
- Wifi Speeds: ★★★★★
- 👩🏻🤝👩🏽 Community: ★★★
- 🏄🏻♀️ Activities: ★★★★
- Total Score: ★★★★.3/5
That’s right, we gave Lisbon 4.3 stars for our digital nomad review. The only real downside is the rising cost of living in the city as it’s no longer one of the cheapest places for digital nomads to live in. Overall, it’s a wonderful place with warm weather (most of the year), an active nomad community and a very high standard of living!
Lisbon Digital Nomad Life In One Sentence
Being a Lisbon digital nomad means you will have a good work-life balance, great weather most of the year and a community that you can count on.
Why Is Lisbon Popular For Digital Nomads?
Why visit Lisbon, anyway?!
Lisbon is popular for digital nomads because of the great lifestyle, lower cost of living (for a Western European city) and a huge digital nomad community.
But – a lot of people complain that Lisbon is now overhyped…
While it’s been a top digital nomad destination for years now, there are a few flaws that can make it feel like it’s not as good as it used to be.
For example, the cost of living has dramatically increased in recent years and some consider Lisbon expensive now.
It’s become hard to get amazing value for money and has made people skip the beautiful capital city because of this.
In saying that, once we paid off our “expensive” accommodation for the month, the costs weren’t so bad! The safety, weather and comfortable lifestyle made us want to come back despite the accommodation costs.
And that’s why Lisbon is popular for digital nomads to this day – despite the backlash it’s received.
The Ultimate Digital Nomad Guide To Living In Lisbon, Portugal
Whenever we spend a month living in digital nomad destinations, it’s our goal to help others enjoy each destination to the fullest.
We want to make sure that you can enjoy your time in a place but also have the necessary facilities to work remotely (because we’re not on vacation remember?! 😝).
That’s why it’s our personal mission to ensure we:
- find the best coworking spaces
- actually *live* in the coliving spaces
- have a budget tracker to share our *real* cost of living
- eat at the restaurants
- join digital nomad community events
- figure out life things – SIM cards, laundry, transport
- find laptop-friendly cafes
and so much more…
So without further ado, we are so happy to share our complete and honest Lisbon digital nomad guide with you!
Living In Lisbon As A Digital Nomad
Curious about the ins and outs of living in Lisbon as a digital nomad?
We’ve got you!
Here’s all the information you need to prepare for your trip, get settled quickly as you arrive and start enjoying the nomad life in this beautiful city.
Cost Of Living For Digital Nomads In Lisbon
Is Lisbon, Portugal expensive to live in?
The honest answer has to be yes and no.
Here’s the thing: I visited Lisbon way back in 2015 during my exchange semester so I can compare the cost then to our recent digital nomad trip to Lisbon.
What difference do I notice? There’s a clear increase in prices…
…For certain things.
Rental prices have increased on average by 38% year on year, making a one-bedroom apartment cost as much as €2,000 ($2,167 USD)!
That’s a whole LOT of money for what is – usually a simple (older) place somewhat close to the city center. In this way, Lisbon has become pretty expensive.
But once you pay off accommodation – is Lisbon still expensive? From our experience, it’s really not!
We think that going out to eat at restaurants, drinking *good* coffee and using transport are all still VERY affordable compared to other Western European countries.
Here’s a quick snapshot of real prices we paid and some you might encounter in Lisbon:
- 🏡 Average Rent In A Nice Area: €1,750 ($1,877 USD) per month
- 🚋 Transport (one-way tram ride): €1.60 ($1.70 USD)
- 🚕 Bolt/Uber ride (10-minute ride): €2 to €5 ($2.20 to $5.40 USD)
- 🥮 Street food (bifana, pastel de nata): €1.20 to €3.80 ($1.30 to $4.10 USD)
- 🍳 Brunch Meal: €25 for 2 meals + 2 coffees ($27 USD)
- 🥗 Standard Restaurant Meals: €11 to €22 ($12 to $24 USD)
- ☕️ Coffee (Flat-White): €3 ($3.25 USD)
- 🍺 Local beer: €2.50 ($2.70 USD)
- 🍷 Glass of Wine: €5 ($5.40 USD)
- 🏰 Sintra Palace: $44 USD
- 🌅 Sunset Boat Cruise: $78 USD
- 📽️ Outdoor Cinema: $29.58 USD
Since this is a Lisbon digital nomad guide, we need to share our monthly cost breakdown too. These are real prices we paid for essential costs. Keep in mind the total is for 2 people as well.
|🍽️ Dining Out
|🇵🇹 Activities & Entertainment
|🏋️♀️ Gym Membership
Accommodation was our biggest expense, but we think we still got a great deal compared to what our friends were paying.
However, we did book 6+ months in advance and there were a few issues at the coliving space.
Don’t judge our dining out costs, we were shocked by how much we loved eating out in Lisbon!
There are just SOOO many great choices and we wanted to try as many as we could! For a Western European city, we think we did pretty well overall.
If you want a more detailed breakdown of prices, read our full cost of living in Lisbon guide.
How To Get From Lisbon Airport To The City Center
You just hopped off the plane, maybe feeling a little gross and probably tired.
It’s time to head straight to your accommodation in the most cost-effective (but convenient) way possible, right?
Here are your options to get from the Lisbon Airport to the city center:
- Best option: Bolt ride (€7 to €11 / $7.53 to $11.83 USD for a 20-minute journey)
- Cheapest option: Metro (€1.40 / $1.51 USD)
- Convenient option: Welcome Pickups Service (€29 / $31.19 USD)
Our advice would be to book a Bolt ride (alternative to Uber).
Simply download the Bolt before you arrive and go to the pick up area. It’s cheap, easy and convenient too!
Best Neighborhoods For Digital Nomads (Where To Stay In Lisbon)
Trying to figure out where to stay in Lisbon?
The best neighborhood for digital nomads to stay in Lisbon has to be Principe Real. We found ourselves always wanting to visit this area, walk around the charming streets and try out all the nice cafes and restaurants, of which were 3 of our favorite coffee shops. Coincidence? I think not. 😉
Other great neighborhoods our fellow nomad friends stayed in were Cais do Sodré, Santos and Estrela.
These suburbs are beautiful, have great views of the city and are safe to walk around (unless you have to walk up those steep hills, then they can be a pain 😋). The best part? You are far enough away from the hustle and bustle of the city center (which gets crowded) but still close enough to enjoy the activities.
Want to stay more local? Graça and Alcântara are also great areas to stay in Lisbon if you want to live like the locals do.
Where To Avoid Staying In Lisbon For Digital Nomads?
Our advice would be to avoid staying in areas like Anjos, Mouraria and Intendente.
Don’t get me wrong – Lisbon is a safe city, but these areas can feel a little rundown, grungy and a bit too far from town so they’re not the best for Lisbon digital nomads.
For first-time visitors to Lisbon, we usually suggest staying in the city center. But for digital nomads, we can’t recommend popular central areas like Baixa, Chiado or Alfama.
They are just too busy and crowded for someone who’s staying in Lisbon for longer than a vacation!
Where We Stayed – SameSame Coliving Space Lisbon
Haven’t heard of a coliving space before? A coliving space is a building with private rooms to stay in and a coworking space for digital nomads to work in and connect with each other.
Matthew and I have stayed in over 7+ coliving spaces – it’s safe to say we love this new wave of nomad accommodation. When we were finding places to stay in Lisbon, we looked at 3 booking platforms:
Depending on how we’re feeling, our first priority is usually to check out the coliving spaces.
This was especially true in Lisbon when we saw that the cost of an apartment was very high ($2,000+ for a decent place on Airbnb). That’s when we found SameSame Coliving.
This coliving in Lisbon is centrally located – only a 5-10 minute walk to Baixa and the famous Praça do Comércio monument. The private room was a little tight and the community aspect was just okay.
To be honest, we had a few issues during our stay at SameSame (like they didn’t fix our air-con the entire month we stayed, it was 100°F | 38°C some days…absolutely unbearable idk how we survived).
But the positive side was that we did have access to a coworking space just below the building, making it easy for us to get work done!
Best Time To Visit Lisbon For Digital Nomads
The best time to visit Lisbon for digital nomads is from March to June and September to October because the weather is pleasant, there are fewer crowds around and accommodation prices are reasonable.
The worst time to visit Lisbon for digital nomads is from July to August because it’s the most popular time for tourists to visit (which means huge crowds).
It can get very hot (up to and over 100°F | 38°C) and accommodation prices soar through the roof during these months!
Matthew and I love visiting popular destinations in the shoulder months. We may not always get the best weather but we prefer getting good deals on accommodation and having fewer crowds around.
That’s why we made sure to arrive after the peak season in Lisbon. September was the perfect time for us because it was still warm, the sun was out and the crowds weren’t too overwhelming!
Best SIM Card In Lisbon For Digital Nomads
One of the first things you have to do when arriving in a new nomad destination is…
…buy a SIM card! It can be a hassle and expensive if you aren’t careful with who you go with.
That’s why we went around town checking what each company had to offer to find the best one.
The best physical SIM card for digital nomads in Lisbon is NOS because they have the widest coverage and the fastest speeds. Here’s the prepaid phone plans from NOS (for a physical SIM card):
For 1,500 minutes/texts, and free social media platforms, you’ll get:
- 30 days: 5 GB for €10 ($10.85 USD)
- 30 days: 10 GB for €12.50 ($13.55 USD)
Important: You will need to bring your passport to buy a physical SIM card in Portugal.
However, if you’re like me and don’t have the option to buy physical SIM cards anymore (as the new iPhones only allow eSIMs)…
Here’s the Airalo eSIM data package you can buy:
- 7 days: 1 GB for $4.50 USD
- 14 days: 2 GB for $7 USD
- 15 days: 30 GB for $19 USD
- 30 days: 10 GB for $17 USD
Most digital nomads stay in a place for at least a month and that’s why we recommend the 30-day option. If you don’t need that much data, they have a cheaper plan for 10 GB at around $17 USD…which doesn’t make sense. Just get that 4th option lol – it’s better value!
Unsure how eSIMs work? I have fully converted to eSIMs now since my iPhone compatibility doesn’t allow physical cards… And I’ve never looked back! I admit it can be slightly more expensive, but it’s just so much easier, convenient and quick!
If you want to learn more, read our comprehensive best eSIM providers guide.
Laundry In Lisbon
Just because you’re a digital nomad doesn’t mean you stop doing mundane, everyday tasks like laundry!
You have two options for laundry in Lisbon: self-service laundry or a premium laundry service.
Some Airbnb apartments may have a washing machine, but we didn’t have one at our coliving so we opted for the self-service laundry nearby.
Note: most accommodations don’t have dryers so you’ll have to hang your clothes and air-dry them!
These are good options for self-service laundry in Lisbon:
- WashStation Baixa Castelo (this was our local one with several locations, just okay)
- Bairro Alto Wash & Go (high ratings on Google Maps)
- 5àsec (mixed reviews but super central location)
- WashStation Alfama (2nd location, better reviews)
How much does self-service laundry cost in Lisbon?
- 8kg = $5.00
- 12kg = $7.50
- 16kg = $9.50
- Dryer for 12 minutes = $2.00
I can’t say it’s the cheapest laundry we’ve done, but it got the job done.
The biggest issue is the waiting time…you have to go early to get your laundry out so other people can use the machines right away. Some people didn’t get their stuff and we just had to wait.
The other annoying part is that they only took coins – make sure you have enough coins before arriving!
If you don’t want to go through this hassle, there is a premium laundry service available in Lisbon.
We recommend using Ironing Hero which picks up, washes your clothes, dries them and delivers them back to you. It’s a little expensive at €3.50 ($3.80 USD) for 1 kg of laundry, but it is convenient!
ATMs in Lisbon
Withdrawing money from ATMs in Lisbon isn’t as complicated as you think. Once you know what to look for, it’s actually really easy!
If you know us, you know that Matthew loathes paying ATM fees of any kind. He will research like crazy and have to test out which one actually offers zero fees.
The best ATMs for digital nomads in Lisbon are any ATM with a “Multibanco” sign on them because they offer FREE withdrawals. When Matthew figured this out, he was so happy lol!
These are some of the ATMs we trusted:
- Banco Santander ATM Portugal
- Barclays ATM Portugal
- Millenium BCP ATM Portugal
- BBVA ATM Portugal
The “Multibanco” sign just means that the specific ATM is part of the Multibanco network of 27 Portuguese banks. Locals and travelers with foreign cards can use the Multibanco system.
We have personally tested and used the Banco Santander ATMs with the Multibanco sign on them (although be careful, not all have the sign).
We have also used Millenium BPC with the Multibanco sign. We had no issues with both and zero withdrawal fees! The maximum withdrawal limit is around €200 to €400 per day.
⭐️ TTA TIP: If the ATM asks for a 6-digit PIN, simply input your 4-digit PIN and press enter – it should still work!
Transport In Lisbon (How To Get Around)
When people complain about Lisbon being expensive, it’s things like transport that take you back to the old-day prices. It’s VERY affordable, efficient and easy.
You have so many transport options as a Lisbon digital nomad. Here are the different modes of public and private transport plus what they cost.
For public transport, you get a Viva Viagem card which is rechargeable. These are the transport modes and costs:
- 🚋 Tram: €1.65 ($1.77 USD) for a one-way ride | €6.60 ($7.15 USD) for a 24-hour pass
- 🚊 Metro: €1.65 ($1.77 USD) for a one-way ride
- 🚌 Bus: €1.65 ($1.77 USD) for a one-way ride
The price for a one-way ride is only €1.65 ($1.77 USD) on any of these 3 modes. You can also buy a 24-hour pass which is €6.60 ($7.15 USD), or if you’re staying for a month, there’s a monthly pass for €40 ($43.35 USD).
All very affordable to get around as a Lisbon digital nomad exploring the city!
Here are other modes of transport in Lisbon and the costs involved:
- 🚈 Train: Usually regional journeys cost extra. We took the train from Lisbon to Sintra for €4.60 return and from Lisbon to Cascais also only paid €4.60 return.
- 🚕 Bolt/Uber: It’s surprisingly affordable at €2 to €9 ($2.20 USD to $9.75 USD) for about a 10-minute ride. We found ourselves using Bolt more because it was way quicker and more convenient.
- 🚘 Rental Cars: The prices vary for a rental car but it’s a great option if you want to do any day trips from Lisbon that are a little further away (or too complicated by public transport).
There’s one thing that’s clear about transport for Lisbon digital nomads: it’s affordable, convenient and pretty efficient. One of the many reasons Lisbon is a popular digital nomad hub!
Grocery Shopping In Lisbon
Is grocery shopping easy for digital nomads living in Lisbon?!
Yes, we think so! Living close to the city center, we found the best place to buy groceries was at Pingo Doce. They have a few locations across the city, making it super convenient to shop for food.
Pingo Doce has all the usual grocery items you would expect. But we had some fun with the local Portuguese things like the rotisserie chicken from the deli (SO good!).
We got it every few days to have with salads and we still rave about the fresh orange juice from the machine that only cost €1.30 ($1.40 USD). You have to try it for yourself!
Oh and definitely buy some Peri Peri sauce from Pingo Doce, it’s delicious!
Where To Work In Lisbon As Digital Nomads
This is an important part of our Lisbon digital nomad guide. We believe, as nomads ourselves, you have to make sure your environment helps you work more productively.
Figuring out where to work isn’t as hard as you think in Lisbon… I mean, it is a top nomad destination after all. There are so many choices, but we are going to make it easy for you.
Here are the best places to work while living in Lisbon as a digital nomad.
Best Coworking Spaces In Lisbon For Digital Nomads To Work
Matthew and I were shocked by the amount of coworking spaces in Lisbon. We tried out quite a few and here’s what we came up with.
These are the best coworking spaces for Lisbon digital nomads:
- The BASE (Best Overall): Best for digital nomads looking for community and a productive space.
- Time To Cowork (Good Workspace): More expensive, but a great, quiet space to get work done.
- Heden Coworking (Big, Nice Facilities): Huge space with nice amenities, maybe a bit too corporate.
A daily pass starts from €17 ($18.40 USD) and monthly memberships start from €150 ($163 USD) for a hot desk with 24/7 access. You can also hire a cold desk which costs more like €250 ($271 USD) per month.
There are certain factors we look for in coworking spaces, such as ergonomic chairs, fast wifi and an active community.
After visiting each space ourselves, we believe The BASE has all 3 which makes it the best coworking space in Lisbon – it just felt like it was built and run with digital nomads in mind!
⭐️ TTA TIP: Don’t want to commit to a monthly membership? Try lots of co-working spaces and only rent by the hour with the Croissant app. It’s a great, cost-effective way to use workspaces for less than €20.
Cafes With Good Wifi To Work From In Lisbon
Do you like working from cafes instead of coworking spaces? We get that!
We like to mix it up as well, especially if that means we get to try some specialty coffee in Lisbon.
The cafe buzz, vibrant atmosphere, delicious food and being able to work alongside friends are just some reasons why digital nomads opt for cafe life.
You can’t work from all cafes in Lisbon – we have stumbled across a few cafes that are strictly “No Laptops”. But we did find some laptop-friendly cafes for you:
- Copenhagen Coffee Lab (specifically the Cais do Sodre location)
- Neighborhood Coffee
- Outsite Cafe
These are great cafes to work from in Lisbon! Some factors we look for when working from a cafe are decent wifi, comfortable chairs, plenty of plug outlets and a place that isn’t TOO noisy.
I do love to hear the buzz of a cafe, but if it’s too loud I’ll just use my Airpod Pros to cancel out the noise!
What Are The Wifi Speeds Like In Lisbon?
One word: Fast.
Actually, two words: Lightning fast.
We couldn’t believe our eyes when the 420+ Mbps popped up on our speed test. The amazing thing? It consistently popped up, whether we were at a cafe, restaurant or coworking space.
At Two Tickets Anywhere, we make sure to take screenshots of our real speed tests at almost every place we work from.
If you’re a digital nomad living in Lisbon, you don’t have to worry even a tiny bit about the wifi speeds. We have taken speed tests that are over 650 Mbps. It’s just crazy good guys!
Community For Digital Nomads In Lisbon
A lot of digital nomads will flock to Lisbon for one reason:
And Lisbon’s got it too! But what does a community even mean?!
The digital nomad lifestyle is lonely at times and making friends is an important part. A big reason people go to nomad hubs is because there is already an existing community they can easily join in on.
It’s WAY easier to make friends if you’ve got a coworking space, coliving space or even meetup events in the area!
Our friends raved to us about the active Lisbon digital nomad community.
Naturally, we had to check it out for ourselves! These are the best places to find your squad in Lisbon:
Facebook Groups For Lisbon Digital Nomads
Facebook is a great place to get information, find relevant groups and see events in a specific location.
These are some good Facebook groups for you to join while living in Lisbon:
Not all Facebook Groups are active and that’s why it’s important to try other ways to find a community in Lisbon.
Meetup.com | Lisbon Digital Nomads
It was such a pleasant surprise to know that there is an active group on Meetup.com called Lisbon Digital Nomads!
When Matthew and I were digital nomads in Athens, we joined Meetup.com and there were barely any events or hangouts during our 2 months in Greece. Kinda disappointing!
BUT that’s not the case for Lisbon!
The team generously gives their time and effort to create great weekly events. These are just some of the cool meetups for Lisbon digital nomads hosted on Meetup.com:
- Comedy Night In English
- NomadSports: Weekly Night Run
- All-Black Dress Soiree (Meetup)
- Coworking Days
Want to see what it’s like for yourself? You can also join the Lisbon Digital Nomads Slack channel to keep up to date with all the fun events you can join!
Are you even a digital nomad if you don’t know about Nomad List? It’s a great website to check out quick snapshots of destinations to live in…
…but there’s actually a community aspect to it, too.
For around $75 USD per year, you can join Nomad List’s community and access meetups all around the world!
They have a few features you can use within the site but more importantly, you can access the group. You can find plenty of Lisbon digital nomad meetups here, so keep your eye out for them!
Things To Do And Activities For Lisbon Digital Nomads
You’ve got that you can work remotely with fast wifi and have a good group of friends around you…but what about exploring this capital city and its surrounding areas?
Lisbon is one of those great European cities that has the ocean on one side and the mountains on the other.
There’s an endless amount of places, landscapes, culture and fun activities to explore near and far from this city!
The most popular things to do in Lisbon for digital nomads are:
- Go on a free walking tour
- Take a sunset cruise along the Tagus River
- Half-day trip to Belem
- Watch a movie at an outdoor cinema
- Visit the LX Factory
- Eat pastel de nata (Manteigra is the best)
- Try a local cherry liqueur at A Ginjinha
- Taste the ‘best’ chocolate cake at Landeau Lisbon
Cool Day Trips From Lisbon
Looking to get out of the city? These are some of the best day trips from Lisbon:
- Visiting Sintra (beautiful castles)
- Sunbathing in Cascais (seaside town)
- Beach Day at Costa da Caparica (nearby beach area)
- Weekend trip to Porto (2nd biggest city)
And this is only the tip of the iceberg of exploring Lisbon and its fun activities.
Portugal has so many cool cities, cultures and landscapes to explore – you can see why so many people fall in love with this Portuguese capital.
Restaurant Recommendations For Lisbon (Our Favorite Spots)
We tried way too many restaurants in Lisbon but don’t regret any of it lol!
Here are our favorite spots we tried and recommend for a great meal out:
- O Velho Eurico: Best Portuguese cuisine
- Tasca do Chico: Best live fado performance with dinner
- Seagull Method Cafe & Heim Cafe: Best breakfast in Lisbon
- Panda Cantina: Best Ramen
- Sanskar Nepal: Best Nepalese/Indian food
- Solar da Madalena: Best bifana sandwiches
- SUD Lisboa: Best rooftop views
- Honest Greens: Best salads
Dining out in Lisbon is so much fun! There’s SO many cool and tasty restaurants, the list could literally be endless.
Is Lisbon Safe For Digital Nomads?
Is Lisbon safe to visit, live in and walk around?
Yes! Lisbon is considered a safe city for digital nomads. In fact, Portugal is ranked #7th on the Global Peace Index which means it has a relatively low crime rate.
The types of crimes you have to watch for are mostly petty crimes such as pickpocketing, common scams and sketchy ATMs in Lisbon. Most areas are pretty safe – you just have to be more cautious late at night and in the dark alleyways.
This is where petty crime tends to occur in worse areas.
Another time to be vigilant is when using crowded modes of public transportation. Hold your phone and belongings close when taking a busy tram!
Again, Lisbon is generally safe for digital nomads to live and work remotely. Just use common sense, be vigilant and avoid dark, creepy areas. We felt super safe the entire time we were living in Lisbon!
Digital Nomad Travel Insurance
Do you need travel insurance to visit Lisbon?
We say yes! As we are on the road full-time, we always have digital nomad travel insurance. If anything happens, we have the peace of mind that we are covered! That’s priceless. But at less than $60 per month? It’s a no-brainer.
Here are the best digital nomad travel insurance providers that we trust:
- Safetywing (starts from $45.08/month): Best for digital nomads on a budget who want reliable travel insurance.
- Genki (starts from $53.22/month): Best for digital nomads who want comprehensive travel medical insurance.
- Heymondo (starts from $129.07/ 3 months): Best for digital nomads who want full coverage travel insurance.
These are great options for digital nomad travel insurance because they are cancelable at any time.
If you stop traveling, simply turn it off – you aren’t tied to a yearly contract. It’s an affordable option to stay covered while you travel across Portugal!
Bottom Line: Is Lisbon Good For Digital Nomads?
The short answer – yes, Lisbon is good for digital nomads.
The nomadic life in this capital city is filled with beautiful weather, plenty of coworking spaces, fast wifi and a digital nomad community ready to embrace you.
But is Lisbon overhyped?!
The biggest downside is the rising cost of living. There are certainly flaws – but doesn’t every city have that?!
We believe the positives far outweigh the negatives in this case!
After living in Lisbon as digital nomads ourselves – we finally understood why people LOVE this city so much!
It’s easy to fall in love with the lifestyle, culture and community. You just have to become a Lisbon digital nomad and check it out for yourself!