Unleashing Remote Work: My Top 15 Epic Views to Ignite Your Productivity


Who says you can’t mix business with pleasure? I certainly don’t! As someone who’s been living the remote work life for years, trust me when I say that a change of scenery can do wonders for your productivity. If you’re tired of the same old home office view, let’s take a fun ride through my Top 15 Mind-blowing Places to Work Remotely.

1. Toronto, Canada

Starting off, we have Toronto, Canada’s largest and most diverse city. With a thriving tech scene, abundant coworking spaces like Workhaus, and a waterfront that sparks creativity, it’s a hotspot for remote workers. Enjoy a high standard of work-life balance and savor the charm of Canadian culture in your off-hours.

2. Chiang Mai, Thailand

My wallet thanked me when I arrived in Chiang Mai. It’s incredible how affordable it is, and don’t even get me started on the street food at the night markets. Working from Punspace was a breeze with its top-notch facilities.

3. Barcelona, Spain

I lost track of time in Barcelona, immersing myself in the Gaudi’s wonders during breaks. Try switching between bustling cafes and vibrant co-working spaces like MOB for a taste of the city’s energetic spirit.

4. Tbilisi, Georgia

Tbilisi caught me by surprise. The welcoming locals, the history, the delicious khachapuri – and yes, the country’s digital nomad visa program. What’s not to love?

5. Queenstown, New Zealand

Looking for a view that’ll make your colleagues green with envy on your next Zoom call? You can’t beat Queenstown. I found myself in awe every day, staring out at the Remarkables mountain range from my Airbnb.

6. Medellin, Colombia

With its spring-like climate year-round, Medellin is a place where work meets comfort. The community-centric work environments had me feeling like a local in no time.

7. Lisbon, Portugal

Lisbon won me over with its laid-back vibes. And those pastel buildings! I highly recommend becoming a part of the active digital nomad community at spaces like Cowork Lisboa.

8. Canggu, Bali, Indonesia

Bali is so awesome, it’s on my list twice! If you’re a surfer, Canggu’s beaches and chill co-working spots are sure to inspire you.

9. Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam

Ho Chi Minh City is one exciting place! Amidst the city’s buzz, I found a sanctuary for focused work in the state-of-the-art CirCO co-working space.

10. Mexico City, Mexico

As a foodie, Mexico City was a dream come true. Tacos for lunch, anyone? And if you need a modern, buzzing digital community, The Pool is the place to be.

11. Prague, Czech Republic

Prague felt like stepping into a fairy tale, with its stunning architecture serving as a constant inspiration. I loved working from the quaint cafes scattered throughout the city. Node5 was a great co-working spot too!

12. Cape Town, South Africa

The view of the Table Mountain from Cape Town is something else! It’s inspiring and intimidating all at once. Co-working spaces like Workshop17 are perfect places to connect with fellow remote workers.

13. Kyoto, Japan

Kyoto’s tranquil gardens offered me the most peaceful remote work experience. And the sushi breaks? Absolute bliss. Co-working spaces like Impact HUB Kyoto are fantastic for networking and productivity.

14. Reykjavik, Iceland

Working while the Northern Lights dance in the sky? Yes, please! Reykjavik is as unique as they come. I found Innovation House in the greater Reykjavik area to be quite accommodating.

15. Florianopolis, Brazil

Ending on a high note with the ‘Silicon Valley of Brazil’. Florianopolis blends work and leisure perfectly, with its beautiful beaches and vibrant digital community. This city has a number of cozy cafes and beachfront spots that make for perfect remote working locations. If you’re planning a visit, be sure to explore the city to find your own perfect spot!


So there you have it, my favorite spots to mix work with a heavy dose of awe-inspiring views. What do you think? Got any other suggestions? Drop a comment below, and let’s get a conversation going. And remember, safety first. Always keep an eye on travel advisories and measures due to the ongoing global situation. Stay productive, friends!

Note: This is based on my personal experience. Always research thoroughly and consider your personal circumstances before choosing a place for remote work.

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