Israel is known for being a religious country due to its ties to the bible and its complex history. While this is one of the things that makes it attractive to tourists and digital nomads worldwide, you’ll find that the country has still more to offer!
For one, beaches can be found almost everywhere. Remote workers wishing to travel all over the country will be delighted to know that they can work and play at the same time as there are beach destinations that are just a few hours away from Israel’s coliving scene.
Culture is also a few things that make this destination attractive to travelers and digital nomads. If you’re the type who loves to dive deep into history, you’ll find that there’s a lot to discover about Israel’s rich past. Expect to see underground cities, fortresses, museums, and ancient cities in every part of the country.
As for its coliving scene, there are more than 3,000 start-ups in Israel. It’s considered as one of the countries with the highest number of tech companies apart from Silicon Valley. It also has the third-highest rate of entrepreneurship so it’s no surprise when you get to meet other digital nomads in this vibrant country.
A few facts about Israel:
- It’s the only Jewish nation in the modern era
- It’s easier for the blind to read as every bank note has braille in it
- Israel’s capital is Jerusalem
- Israel is one of the countries with the longest life expectancy
- It has the most number of Bauhaus-style buildings in the world
- You can find hummus-flavored ice cream in Israel
- An Israeli entrepreneur developed the USB memory stick
With entrepreneurship thriving in this country, digital nomads will find it fulfilling to be around like-minded go-getters while in Israel. There’s a variety of activities to do and destinations to explore in the country, and the food is some of the most delicious in the world.