Digital Nomad Cafe Guide to Lisbon

Digital Nomad Cafe Guide to Lisbon, Lisbon, Portugal (B)

Lisbon may be one of Western Europe’s most underrated capitals, and indeed, whether you visit as a tourist or use it as a base as a digital nomad, it really has a lot going for it: fantastic weather, gorgeous architecture, easy access to nature, low cost of living, and perhaps most importantly, good wifi!

All these things together make it an excellent base for digital nomads, indeed something that may be signed by the fact that it has a growing startup scene and has been dubbed by some “the next Berlin“.

Portugal also has a strong café culture, meaning there are plenty of nice cafés to choose from, many of which are ripe for sitting and working in.

These were some of our favourites from our recent visit, but in fact almost all the cafés have wifi, and most of them either don’t require a password at all or they advertise the password on the menu or a board somewhere, so you don’t even have to ask for it!

For vegans, however, it is unfortunately not that common that cafés in Lisbon offer soy milk, or if they do, they will undoubtedly charge extra, anything between €0.50 and €1. To be assured of that option, Starbucks is probably the best bet. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: Digital Nomad Cafe Guide to Lisbon
Guide Location: Portugal » Lisbon
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Sam Wood
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Largo Café
  • Café Tati
  • Fabrica dos Sabores
  • Choupana Caffè
  • Noobai Café
  • Brown’s Coffee Shop

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