Skopje ranks as the cheapest European capital for digital nomads, according to Norton Finance, a provider of credit, which conducted research on the most favorable European capitals for digital nomads.
The city is a notoriously good-value tourist destination, popular for its archaeological sites and street food. The value of public transport is one reason why Skopje scores so well, as a monthly public transport pass is an enormous eight times cheaper than the London equivalent.
The pandemic has undoubtedly had a profound impact on our work and travel habits, the most obvious change being the widespread adoption of remote work. This change has led to a particular lifestyle where working from different countries has become a widespread choice.
Ranking in second place is Sarajevo, the capital of Bosnia and Herzegovina.