LGBT Friendly Places in Europe

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  • Lisbon is the next remote work hub of Europe. There’s many reasons why I think that:
    1) it already has somewhat of a startup/tech scene because of the annual Web Summit conference
    2) which means internet is fast, and there’s lots of meetups and it’s easy to make friends
    3) it’s relatively affordable for foreigners compared to Spain and the rest of Europe
    4) Portuguese people are super friendly, a lot more friendly than in the rest of the Mediterranean and Europe
    5) Lisbon is ideal to go on day/w

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  • Ericeira will be the Canggu of Europe, I think.
    It’s the surf capital of Europe, so it has the surfers. It has the hipster cafes with nice coffee, although they are quite tiny and need to be bigger.
    It has amazing restaurants, especially sea food but also typical hipster food.
    It has the same type of people you’ll see in Canggu and Bali.
    Right now there’s a coworking space called Salt but it’s small, cramped and insufficient. What Ericeira needs is a big moder well designed coworking spac

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  • We spent January in Santa Cruz and had a fantastic stay. The people we met were nice, the weather was fantastic, prices for things were reasonable, good selection of locally grown produce, good internet connectivity, there were lots of outdoor activities to do, and not too touristy or crowded (at least Santa Cruz in January). Other parts of the Island felt more resort-like and it wasn’t so easy to get to places outside of Santa Cruz without a car.

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  • Stayed one month in January. In which it is one of the few places in the EU with absolute tshirt-weather. I liked the nomad and expat scene, which is lively. There’s always something to do: sailing, markets, tapas nights, meetups. The transport system is good, with a cheap city bike system, good bus system for island travel and ferries for inter-island travel. Each island is a bit different in climate and culture so go and see a few. I especially liked the hiking in different micro-climates. For

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  • My husband and I spent about 6 weeks testing Prague in Nov-Dec 2018 as we were considering it as a semi-permanent base of operations for the next year or two. Honestly it was great and we plan on leaving Malta where we have been for the past year. Pluses — transportation is very good and quite cheap, tons of restaurants, lots to do. People are more reserved, perhaps even a bit suspicious, so I would not say it was an OVERLY welcoming vibe, however there are a lot of expats from the US, CA, UK

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  • Better than Lisbon, much more cozy and welcoming. You can find cheaper places in the “other side of the bridge”, in the municipality of Vila Nova de Gaia. Public transports works and is pretty convenient, most part of the city is covered by tram stations. Beaches are freezing cold but nice for a running. Don’t miss the daily sunsets in the garden nearby the bridge, eating pastel de nata and drinking a bottle of Porto Wine. But please, don’t clap your hands to the sun — only Brazilian t

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  • During winter is quite safe plus much cheaper. Some nightclubs are free and yet there is still a lot of people. Great por lgbtq+ community.

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  • Berlin is overall a great city to be.
    Food is cheap and everywhere, easy to go out and have fun/meet for business.
    Rent has crept up but still far better value than where I came from.
    Internet: 36 EUR/month get me 450/40 mbps (cable -> DOCSIS 3.0)
    Public transport is 2.70 EUR/ticket.
    No woman I know has said they felt unsafe. Some really odd, xenophobic sounding comments on here.
    Biggest downsides IMO:
    service quality at restaurants — not that people are rude, but they don’t seem to particular

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  • I lived in Tallinn for four months. It’s a great city overall. Life quality is excellent with transportations and everything else working excellently.
    I loved the fact that you can travel to other countries easily and inexpensively (Russia, Finland, Sweden, Latvia, etc.). At the same time, I think the city gets monotonous fast compared to other places where I lived in a similar size. Estonian people don’t appear to be very active. It’s understandable because most of them are hard-working and out

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  • Nice but also not nice. British normie tourist place with a few hipster/surfer cafes like Abigail’s, Coffee & Waves and Black and White. There’s not much else to do here and the town lacks class and nice hotels. I’d skip this and go to Ericeira instead.

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  • Funchal is a city in Madeira, Portugal. The capital of the Autonomous Region of Madeira, the city is located on the northwest coast of the island, about 10 km (6.2 mi) northwest of the island capital of Funchal. It has a population of 101,208, making it the 2nd largest city in the country and the main Portuguese port on the Atlantic Ocean.

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  • I really enjoyed staying in Madrid. Reasonable coast of life, plenty of things to see/do and deliiiiicious food.

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  • I absolutely love living in this city. It’s very clean, safe and things generally always work! This is something I miss when I travel to other cities in Europe and rest of the world. Also co-working spaces are growing tons.
    Though night life might be pretty «boring», it truly is what you make it. Get to know other expats and friends through meetups or friend of a friend, and you’ll have an awesome time here!

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  • London is the best city in the world — you just can’t do it on a budget. It’s got an amazing tech scene but ALSO world class media, fashion, finance, art industries and many others. If you don’t want to live in a tech / expat mono-culture then it’s for you. It is a genuine melting pot with a huge range of nationalities and cultures living together (the US has a large number of nationalities but there seems to be hard segregations between them geographically, economically, culturally — so they

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  • Split is a very pleasant town. You have Roman ruins, clear Adriatic waters, ferries to Hvar and other islands. Places to stay are affordable, food is medium priced. English is pretty commonly spoken. You can explore the town in about two days, but it seems a very pleasant place to live (I’ve been here 2 weeks & plan to stay for 2 months).

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  • Spent 2 years living in Ponta Delgada, one of the loveliest locations I’ve lived in up to now. The island of Sao Miguel is stunning, and its warm, friendly people, fantastic gastronomy, English speaking (due to influence from the US in the islands) population, its low VAT (lower than in the Mainland) and cheap (comparing to Lisbon) cost of living make Ponta Delgada a city which is like no other

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  • Gdansk is a city in northern Poland and the capital of the Pomeranian Voivodeship, with a population of 464,113 (December 2013). It is the 16th most populous city in the European Union, with a population of 740,918 (2011). Gdańsk is the largest city of the Kashubian region. It is the historic capital of Gdańsk Pomerania.
    Gdańsk lies at the mouth of the Motława River, connected to the Leniwka, a branch in the delta of the nearby Vistula River, which drains 60 percent of Poland’s territory. A

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  • great city. lovely beach, bars, people are nice, food is amazing.
    there is no more «Beehive» co working space though.

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  • I spent 8 days in Valencia with my boyfriend for new years. We really enjoyed it honestly. We found the city quite walkable, even though it’s relatively big, very bike-friendly, felt super safe riding around. Didn’t find the public transport to be bad at all, but then again we come from a capital with much shittier public transport. Food is affordable, there’s tons of cafes and restaurants everywhere (they were constantly full though). My biggest issue was that barely anyone speaks any English,

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  • Spent a week here during the summer. It’s extremely affordable and Coworking Bansko does a great job at getting people together. Surrounded by awesome nature. Restaurants are okay. If you are into skiing/snowboarding, it can be the ultimate place for you during the winter. Otherwise, Bansko might get boring quickly, but it’s great if you want to optimize for cost of living and still have plenty of nomands around you, while staying in Europe.

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  • I’ve lived in Munich for six months during my Erasmus internship.
    It is a great place to live generally, offering high quality of life, and it would hands down be the best city to live in Germany if:
    -It wasn’t expensive af, especially rent prices
    -It wasn’t almost impossible to find a place to rent (like literally the only way to find is through acquaintances)
    -Bavaria was less bureaucratic and more tech-progressive
    -It had more… young people; much of the youth there is because of the two of

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  • Edinburgh is one of my favorite cities and I’ve spent quite a bit of time here. It’s charming, friendly, beautiful, and walkable, and has a range of cafes and coffeeshops with fast wifi. The downsides: it’s pretty expensive (housing especially), and there doesn’t seem to be much of a nomad scene. The general tech scene seems to be smallish but growing (CodeBase seems cool), but not many nomads seem to come here.

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  • Like all cities that have lots of tourists, it’s best to explore a little and get off the well beaten track. There are literally thousands of small cafes and bars that have free, fast WiFi, cheap coffee and good kebabs.
    If you stay in the absolute cheapest part of town, you will get a different vibe. There are a lot of AirBnB springing up and in the off-season these are very reasonably priced.
    I can’t understand how you could be bored in Athens. So many places to see, so many museums and histo

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