The Full Digital Nomad Guide to Lisbon

Travel Tips by: Lifestyle Traveler

Many remote workers will sing Lisbon as being one of the world’s best locations for freelancers. In fact, it is often considered Western Europe’s digital nomad hub.

Summer here typically lasts from March right through to late October. Lisbon’s lifestyle is centered around being outdoors, from its open-air DJ sessions to outdoor cafés and bars.

#1 Weather

Portugal is one of Europe’s cheapest countries to live in, but with one of the highest qualities of life

#2 Cost of living in Lisbon

Lisbon’s proximity to a range of stunningly picturesque beaches is often professed to be one of the main reasons the city’s expat community chooses to settle down in the Portuguese capital.

#3 Beaches

Portuguese food is simple, fresh, and tasty, often made using locally-sourced produce.

#4 Food Scene

With its long, warm nights, waterfront bars, and light-hearted atmosphere, Lisbon lends itself to a thriving nightlife scene.

#5 Nightlife 

There are co-working offices on every corner and a number of groups and societies dedicated to introducing like-minded travellers.

#6 Digital Nomad Network

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