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Warsaw – the fascinating capital of Poland – beautifully combines the old with the new and the historic with the modern. Warsaw is located centrally in Europe, with great transport links to countries all over the continent. Combined with a low cost of living and a growing number of coliving spaces in the city, Warsaw is a perfect location for digital nomads and remote workers. When you start exploring Warsaw, you’ll see that it’s a city of two halves. There’s the Old Town that is historical and fascinating to explore, contrasted with the new quarters, which are modernizing at a rapid rate. You’ll find dazzling skyscrapers silhouetted behind majestic, older buildings as you walk around the city. You definitely won’t get bored in Warsaw. Whether you prefer strolling along the Vistula River or partying in the many nightclubs and bars, there’s something for everyone. You’ll also find lots of ideal spots to sit and watch the world go by. Coliving accommodation in Warsaw is affordable, and the city is always clean and feels very safe to wander around. There is a booming café culture, serving excellent coffees and delicious sweet snacks, and a digital nomad meet-up scene, for when you need a break from working.
Here are some less well-known, but fascinating, facts about Warsaw:
- The capital city of Poland, Warsaw is home to 1.7 million residents.
- Warsaw’s Old Town is a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
- Warsaw used to be known as ‘Paris of the North’ until it came under heavy bombing during World War II. It later gained the nickname, ‘Phoenix City’, for its rise from the ruins after the war.
- Culture lovers: You’ll find the Great Theater, the National Opera, the Warsaw National Philharmonic Orchestra, the National Gallery of Art and the National Museum here.
- Cheese has been produced in the area of Warsaw for at least 8,000 years, according to archaeological finds.
- If you like to get outside in the fresh air, you’ll love that there are around 95 parks in the city of Warsaw.
Warsaw is an underrated location for digital nomads. The low cost of living, the rich culture, and the amazing nightlife is a draw for many remote workers. Eating out is affordable, the city is clean, and the people are friendly. Even more importantly, there’s a thriving community of digital nomads in the city, and the number of coliving spaces here is sure to increase even more.