Lithuania encourages you to work from home in the Baltic country. Lithuania Travel is positioning itself as the next “workation” destination.
Five sites throughout the country have a very stable internet connection and a distinctive appeal:
- Varena Treehouse
- Farmers Circle
- Monte Pacis
- Tech Spa
- Light House coworking and coliving
The Varena Treehouse, located near Vilnius, allows you to work amid the canopy of a peaceful forest. Do you want to travel with a group of people? Farmers Circle, an organic farm that doubles as an ultra-calming office near Radikis, can accommodate up to 45 people.
Consider staying at Monte Pacis, a monastery-turned-hotel in Kaunas, if you’re attempting to check in from the most unusual location on your next Zoom call. Lithuania Travel recommends visiting Tech Spa, which has co-working rooms as well as mud baths in the same location. Finally, travellers seeking a beach getaway will find it in Lithuania. Light House is a co-working and co-living place located less than two miles from the beach.
Currently, there are no COVID-19 entrance restrictions for visitors to Lithuania. There’s also no need to wear a mask.
If you’re looking for some more options, Bali is a great destination for remote workers because it offers a 5 year visa and tax-free stay for digital nomads.
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