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16. july 2022 · 2 minute

Best Places to Move with Family as a Digital Nomad

Being a digital nomad family is great. Where some people deal with isolation, nomad families are always together and can enjoy one another’s company while they see the world. But that doesn’t mean the lifestyle doesn’t have its own challenges. After all, digital nomad families need to find good schools for their kids, make sure they integrate well into their new surroundings, and there’s more administration and planning involved. All this is why you want to make sure you’re traveling into the right country. So here are the very best.


The capital of Poland is a great place for families. The city is safe, it has tons of digital nomads and expats living there, and it has one of the best universities in Europe. Combine this with the fact that it is one of the most affordable places on this list and you have yourself one of the best choices out there.

There are some drawbacks, though. Poland is not the most inclusive when it comes to minorities and while EU citizens won’t have a problem moving there, people from outside the EU might struggle a bit. But Warsaw itself is probably the most inclusive city in Poland, so you shouldn’t encounter too many problems.


Prague is another great option if you want an international community while not breaking the bank. The Czech capital is safe, intensely multicultural, and full of opportunities for digital nomads. With Charles University attracting around 45 000 students every year, you can also be sure that your children will get a quality education.

One drawback of Prague is how touristy its center has become. And while you won’t have much of a problem strolling around in the winter season, come spring and summer you will be drowning in tourists. But it’s a small price to pay for such a great city.


Hungary’s capital attracts digital nomads of all kinds and families are no different. The place is safe, relatively affordable, has good educational institutions, and it has many great opportunities for work. Tons of digital nomads call Budapest their home which means there are cafés and coworking spaces to use. At the same time, the many spas, museums, and attractions should keep any curious child satisfied for at least a little bit.

Hungary is sadly known for its anti-LGBTQI+ stance though its capital is one of the more accepting places in the country. However, most of this comes from the government itself while many people in the country will welcome anyone with open arms.


Madrid is probably the most well-rounded city on this list. While it is a bit more expensive than the other cities, it provides a lot of high-quality education, safety, work opportunities, and inclusivity. The only real drawback is that it can get unbearably hot during the summer months. And since it’s not even a port city, the sea is a long way away. But if you pick the right time of the year for your stay, you can enjoy the very best the Spanish capital has to offer.

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