Monaco is a sovereign city-state of the French Riviera and it’s the perfect option for digital nomads who want easy access to the rest of Europe for more coliving choices.
Although small and not as noticeable compared to its European neighbors, this nation is actually commonly referred to as the “Billionaire’s Playground.” It is famous for its casinos, glamour, and the people’s lavish lifestyle, especially since 30% of the population are millionaires!
But for remote workers who are not really looking forward to gambling in casinos and nightlife as their idea of a fun time, Monaco also has different sites and experiences to experience. For one, you can get a taste of what palace life is like by witnessing the changing of the guard that takes place at 11:55 AM every day in front of the Prince’s Palace.
Car enthusiasts can also marvel at the display of Monaco Top Cars Collection that houses a hundred vintage and renowned cars. Then you can take a relaxing break at Larvotto Beach.
Moving to and coliving in Monaco gives you the chance to live the luxurious lifestyle most of its residents are used to. You’ll get to experience 300 days of sun and you’ll have the ocean at your doorstep. Life couldn’t get any better!
There are also several coworking spaces around the area. In fact, Monaco has a growing startup trend and there are bound to be companies looking to invest in coworking and coliving hubs.
Fun facts about Monaco:
- It’s the world’s second-smallest country
- Monaco used to be smaller but they expanded land area when they reclaimed land from the Mediterranean Sea
- Natives are the minority as the French and Italians make up most of the population
- 30% of the population are millionaires
- Monaco has the highest life expectancy rate
- Monaco is smaller than New York’s Central Park
- The nation’s poverty rate is 0
- The locals of Monaco are called Monégasque
- Monaco hosts the most prestigious automobile races
For digital nomads who like to work in a place with a luxurious and glamorous scene, Monaco is the place to be. You’ll definitely find a community within the country, especially with it’s growing startup ecosystem there.