Italy is one of the most beautiful places in the world to work as a digital nomad and so we have compiled a bunch of great cities where it would be easy to work Italy has also started issuing digital nomad visas to people coming from abroad looking to relocate.
Digital nomad Visas in Italy:
Italy has approved a digital nomad visa - so now you have the green light to go and work from italy! The details are yet to be announced.
Until now, there has been no way for digital nomads to work legally in Italy long-term. But good news came earlier this year when a new visa for remote workers was approved. If you’re planning a long-term stay in Italy, a digital nomad visa may make your life easier. It could enable you to work as a freelancer legally in the EU and secure health insurance coverage. You will need an Italian tax expert to help you understand what taxes you'll need to pay and the associated paperwork.
- Rome, Italy
Rome is the capital of Italy and has a population of 2.8 million. Rome was founded by the twins Romulus and Remus in 753 BCE. The city is located on the banks of the river Tiber, which you can also find many ruins and excavations here such as The Forum Romanum and the Colosseum. You can also find ancient roads like Via Appia, one of these best kept buildings from Roman times: The Pantheon, which is now a church. For digital nomads, its cheaper then a lot of european capitals and still a great place to work from.
2. Venice, Italy,
The city of Venice, located in Italy, is one of the most unique cities in the world. It is best known for its canals, which spread across the city and give it a unique atmosphere. Dating back thousands of years, the history of Venice is one which dates back to at least 1000 B.C., and has been ruled by several different nations throughout time. While today it's known for its tourist attractions, including beautiful architecture designed by famous artists such as Antonio Canova or Michelangelo himself, it was once part of a larger empire which controlled much of eastern Europe. Venetians have long been leaders in trade with other countries such as China and Greece, leading to Venice becoming an important European power during the Renaissance period. Its so beautiful that you will forget you are a nomad.
3. Sorrento, Italy
The history of Sorrento is a long tale that dates back some 2,600 years. What we see now is a city of orange and lemon trees which boasts the most spectacular views of Mount Vesuvius and the Bay of Naples, but much has happened here for us to arrive at this point. It’s known as the land of mermaids, mysteries, myths and legends where Ulysses was tormented by the Sirens sweetly singing. The Greeks founded. We love sorrento and your close to naples, as well as positano too!.
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