Portugal and Brazil offer Digital Nomad visas

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Remote work opportunities in Portugal

In 2022, Portugal began to offer a visa specifically aimed at foreign professionals who provide their services remotely, either as a subordinate worker or as an independent worker. Since then, it has started to make a name for itself as one of the top destinations for digital nomads in Europe. With its pleasant climate, incredible landscapes and low cost of living compared to other countries in the European Union, Portugal has become a popular place for those looking for quality of life while working remotely. Cities like Lisbon, Porto, Faro and Albufeira offer an excellent infrastructure for digital nomads, with cafes and coworking spaces with free Wi-Fi available throughout the city.

Lisbon is the most popular city among digital nomads in Portugal. The city has a vibrant community of entrepreneurs, startups and freelancers, who gather in coworking spaces such as Second Home Lisboa, LACS Conde d’Óbidos and Avila Spaces. In addition, the city has many places to work, such as the LX Factory, a creative complex with many coworking spaces, restaurants and shops.

Most popular destinations in Brazil for professionals known as Digital Nomads

In Brazil, the most popular cities among digital nomads are São Paulo, Rio de Janeiro and Florianópolis. São Paulo is the largest city in Brazil and has one of the highest concentrations of startups in Latin America. The city has many coworking spaces such as Fintech District, WeWork and Impact Hub. In addition, it has many public places to work, such as Avenida Paulista, which has, for example, many cafes that often serve as coworking spaces.

Rio de Janeiro is another popular city among digital nomads in Brazil. The city has an impressive natural beauty, with iconic beaches like Copacabana and Ipanema. The city also has many coworking spaces such as WeWork and Nex Coworking. In addition, there are many cafes and restaurants that offer free Wi-Fi for those who work remotely.

Florianópolis is another popular city, recognized for its beautiful beaches and pleasant climate. There are coworking spaces, such as Duna Coworking, CoLabore and Floripa Coworking. In addition, the city has many cafes and restaurants that offer free Wi-Fi and a spectacular view for those who work remotely.

More than 52 countries offer opportunities for digital nomads

However, being a digital nomad is not just about finding the best workspaces and the best cities. It is also necessary to adapt to the local culture, meet new people and maintain a healthy routine. It’s important to find a balance between work and play so you can get the most out of the experience.

Today, more than 52 countries offer this type of visa. For those interested in this type of work, it is worth checking Tracey Johnson’s blog, NomadGirl.co, which presents basic prerequisites for a digital nomad journey in each of these countries.