Non Schengen Places in Europe

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There are 122 Non Schengen Places in Europe like Istanbul, Saint Petersburg and Zagreb with an average cost of living of $1,827/month, internet speeds up to 120 Mbps and temperatures ranging from -15°C to 20°C 5.642°F to 67.368°F.

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  • I spent one year in Istanbul and it’s absolutely amazing. The city is really safe, I went back home really late during the night, walking, without any problem. Parties are really fun and there are all kinds of spots to have fun (bars, nightclubs, restaurants…). The city has a lot of cafés to work at and most of them have free and reliable wifi. Definitely recommend!

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun good👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤 Feels  45°  48°AQI 321$1,154 / mo11Mbps×

  • Doesn’t matter what you’re interested in, Saint Petersburg has it. It’s the largest «small» city in Europe. Such a large population, but everything you want in nightlife and action is packed into several districts. Best city in Europe for nightlife. Not sure why nomadlist has «safety» as a con because it’s safer than any western europe city and every american city. Cheaper than Thailand, but winter is COLD.

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  • Didn’t plan to come to Zagreb, and so had no expectations. Turned out to be a lovely, liveable city, so much so that I extended my stay by several weeks! Contrary to some of the comments from a year ago, it is now very vegan friendly, cards are universally accepted, steady WiFi si abundant, and many other people are working from coffee shops. The city is very walkable, and more affordable than Split or Dubrovnik.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌨 Feels -2° 28°  32°AQI 123$1,994 / mo20Mbps×

  • My girlfriend and I lived in Belgrade for over a month and absolutely loved it! It has a bit of a raw feeling and the indoor smoking is something that’s hard to get used to, but in general we felt welcomed with open arms with pretty much everyone we’ve been in contact with.
    We were particularly fond of the Dorcol region to stay, eat and live. The castle area is great for a walk on a sunny day.
    Also relevant in pandemic times: the food delivery is amazing (we mostly used Wolt).

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  • Prices aren’t that low anymore. 1br apartment in the centre would cost you around 400 euros, maybe even 500 if you go for something more luxurious.
    Airbnbs are 40-50 euros per night (central ones).
    Dinner would be anywhere from 5 to 10 euros and even more if you go to the fanciest restaurants.
    There’s a decent tech scene around (lots of software engineers in the city).
    I’m living in Timisoara since 2011.

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  • Brasov looks like any historic German city, but Brasov is a resort city, the entire old town is only catered to tourism. There’s nothing special about it.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥 Feels  34°  35°AQI 666$2,192 / mo30Mbps×

  • I’m from Moscow though do not live there at the moment.
    Actually it’s a good city to live in if you enjoy big cities. Lots of activities (including lots of free ones), huge parks, very walkable, great public transportation, groceries are cheap, people are nice but seem cold because of their mentality. You can go to Moscow region by commuter train to enjoy the countryside or swim. Safety is underrated. Moscow is very safe, it’s totally ok to walk at night, I had nothing stolen in 7 years of my li

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety badTap to open🌥 Feels -5° 23° -3° 26°AQI 757$1,827 / mo17Mbps×

  • 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

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 🧐 Too expensive📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤 Feels  45°  44°AQI 70$4,167 / mo20Mbps×

  • 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).

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 🙂 Okay📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌧 Feels 13° 55° 14° 57°AQI 279$2,742 / mo21Mbps×

  • Bucharest is a lovely, calm and joyful city. I was staying at ICANSEE villa, a family stay place and I’ve just had everything I needed.
    The streets are safe, people are nice, nice clubs, terraces.
    It has a good vibe, I love it!

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🚀 Super fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌤 Feels  36°  35°AQI 3610$1,678 / mo54Mbps×

  • My main concern with Chisinau is that there is basically only one decent coffee shop in town, namely the Tucano coffee. This means you’ll be drinking their lousy coffee at all times, and after a week or so the city is slightly depressing to be honest. However, there are nice affordable Soviet-style cantines all around the city, so you can eat well for less than US$3. Hostels are also OK.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🙂 Good😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌫 Feels  36°  36°AQI 5811$1,265 / mo10Mbps×

  • It is an OK place for staying for a few months, however after a few months, you have seen everything and realize the place is just a small town with a few things to do but not that many. Restaurants are great and stuff but besides that not much going on.

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  • Kiev was a real bargain around 2016/17… Nowadays 2020, its prices are again comparable to a German city. Especially for same quality, since apartments here are the ugliest all over the continent.
    Many Turkish sex tourists looking for girls… and local girls therefore avoid foreign men because they think you’re sex tourist too.

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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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  • The center around Rynok Square was awesome with scenic views, street performers, interesting and creative restaurants, places to grab a beer/wine, coffee shops, pedestrian areas, etc. During the school year one out of five people in Lviv are students and so it definitely has a college town vibe. Personally I think it’s Ukraine’s best city and I found the cost of living value ratio to be superb. The co-working space I went to (iHub) had a good mix of locals and foreign digital nomads.

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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.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun great👮 Safety okayTap to open☀️ Feels  41°  41°AQI 81😷16$1,644 / mo21Mbps×

  • ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun bad👮 Safety okayTap to open🌥 Feels  37°  40°AQI 4517$1,842 / mo29Mbps×
  • 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.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 🧐 Pricey📡 Internet 🏎 Fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety goodTap to open🌧 Feels  37°  44°AQI 1918$3,736 / mo24Mbps×

  • Sofia is one of the most amazing cities ever, it has old buildings because of the low economic status of the country, but the main cause is from the low number of tourists visiting this lovely country. The food is amazing and cheap, the population is very fun, but they are a little bit homophobics and racists (not everyone, but there are a lot of people who really are). Bulgaria has amazing views, parks, coffeehouses and of course the most beautiful beaches and sunsets, the temperature of the wa

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  • English spoken by most and locals are friendly. Pretty good mall outside of town 10 minutes drive AFI Mall. Affordable place to live.

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  • It’s quite boring. Not many things to do here. The beaches aren’t clean. The place only seems lively in the summer. The rest of the year, most local businesses close their shops because there are no more tourists. Only malls are open all year. Most people don’t speak English, so you are not likely to connect with people here. Many other cities in Romania like Bucharest (where I currently live), Cluj and Timisoara have much more to give.

    ⭐️ Overall Score 💵 Cost 😙 Affordable📡 Internet 🚀 Super fast😀 Fun okay👮 Safety okayTap to open🌧 Feels  34°  39°AQI 3721$1,883 / mo51Mbps×

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  • Just moved to Glasgow a year ago. Yes, weather is humid, grey, rainy, everyday (almost). BUT the people are great, the city is full of charm and vibrant. It is very authentic and doesn’t have many tourists. The accent is awesome. It’s cheaper than most important cities in UK. The post-industrial style is so interesting too ! I ‘m in love with Glasgow.

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  • Generally favorable on Antalya, but not perfect. The weather was excellent (~26 C almost every day) and the nature of the city is absolutely stunning. The mountains on the west side of the city seem to just explode out of the ocean and it’s special to see. That said, the built environment is pretty uninspiring. The center of the city is full of interesting restaurants and shops, but outside of the old town it’s not very exciting to look at. My primary complaint, however, is on public transit. It

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