If you are someone who feels that home is wherever your wifi connects automatically and is excited by the thought of getting to know a new destination on a deeper level, then we should talk. You may not know it yet but Estonia is a place you want to call home for at least a little while. By the time you finish reading this article, we sure hope you do.
It is no coincidence that Big 7 Travel ranked Tallinn as number one in its list of the top 50 best places for remote working: "The capital city is oozing with charm and surprise that will have you living in a real-life Baltic fairytale. More importantly, though, the digital economy here is booming. In fact, 99% of public services available online 24/7, so you'll never have an issue with internet access. Additionally, the cost of living is relatively low."
We know this! But to convince you, let's take a closer look at why Estonia is the best destination for working remotely.
Tallinn is gorgeous, compact and buzzing with life
If you have heard anything of Estonia, it's most likely how beautiful Tallinn's old town is. The good news is, it's every bit as charming in real life as it is in pictures. But Tallinn is not only the best preserved medieval old town in Northern Europe: it's growing cooler year by year. Its wooden neighbourhood Kalamaja is often listed as one of the hippest in the world. The city has also recently seen a rise in trendy modern districts that combine old factory charm with contemporary architecture. Tallinn is also the most cultural city in Northern Europe based on the total number of cultural landmarks per capita. Little known facts: did you know that Tallinn has several sandy beaches and the flag of Denmark was born here?