Digital Nomad Guide To Lisbon

Lisbon is a city I can see myself coming back to over and over again. It’s a magical place that still feels authentic even with the masses of tourism it has attracted over the past few years.

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Living In Lisbon As A Digital Nomad

First-hand experience from our community contributor.

Where To Stay In Lisbon:

View of Lisbon at Four Seasons Hotel Ritz

Four Seasons Hotel Ritz

is a great option if you’re looking for a luxury stay. It has remarkable views of the city and one of the best hotel breakfasts I have ever triedTheir service, decor, ambiance, attention to detail, experiences, amenities, and food make it the all-around best hotel option in Lisbon.

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The Lisboans Apartments

The Lisboans is a perfect accommodation option in Lisbon if you’d rather find a home in the city rather than stay at a hotel. It is located in the heart of Alfama which means you step outside and have everything your heart desires. EVERYTHING is close by. 

Casa Amora Is The Best Bed & Breakfast In Lisbon | lifestyletraveler.co | IG: @lifestyletraveler.co

Casa Amora B&B

Staying at this bed & breakfast felt partly like staying with family, and partly like staying at a super cool Airbnb. Read about my experience at Casa Amora B&B.

 

What Fellow Digital Nomads Have To Say About Lisbon:

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In Europe, Lisbon is definitely the best place for digital nomads. It has everything you could want from a city: stunning beaches, beautiful weather, exciting nightlife, a rich history, and great food. The cost of living is low compared to most other places in Europe, and there is a huge freelancing community there, making it easy to meet like-minded people and make good friends. Oh, and you can spend all your weekends at the beach!

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Lisbon has a large digital nomad community and you’ll find a lot of people that have decided to make Lisbon their homebase. You’ll find friends that aren’t just passing through for a few days, and can build long-term relationships and connections with the people there.

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