Vencel Square Prague
Prague is considered to be one of the most beloved cities in Europe (if not the world). Not only is it a great place for travellers and tourists, it also makes an idyllic place to settle down for digital nomads.
It was voted second place on Nomad’s List’s “Best Digital Nomad Destinations in the World” and is home to some of the best cafes with free Wi-Fi, walkability to nearby locations and excellent places to work from.
Where To Eat
With Prague becoming an increasingly popular destination for both tourists and nomads, it’s fair to say that certain places in Prague are becoming more expensive. However, if you’re looking for affordable, but tasty restaurants in the city, there’s still a plethora to choose from.
Curry Palace is considered to be one of the best curry houses in Prague; serving delicious and affordable lunch options; making it the perfect place for grabbing a bite to eat between work and meetings.
One of the best (and most affordable) places to order pizza from in Prague is Pizza West. You can grab a bargain large pizza for only €4.60. It might not be the most exciting cultural food to eat while in Prague, but it makes for an ideal meal if you’re pushed for time or simply just fancy an indulgent treat.
Burrito Loco is the best place to go for food if you find yourself working late into the night as it’s open 24 hours a day. There’s also seven of these restaurants located across Prague so you’ll be spoilt for choice if you want to indulge in a delicious burrito!
Where To Work From
Prague offers an excellent hub of bars and cafes for you to work from. Most of them have incredibly reasonable opening hours so you don’t feel rushed to get everything done in a short amount of time.
There’s also free and fast Wi-Fi available in so many places throughout Prague, making it much easier to be accessible to your clients, friends and family.
Café Cobra is a popular digital nomad location as it offers a warm and cosy ‘home office atmosphere’. There’re also many great things on the menu at affordable prices to get you through your working day.
This chain of cafes makes for the perfect setup for the working person. They boast fast Wi-Fi, plenty of power sockets as well as a great selection of hot beverages to choose from. With there being so many franchises of Cross Café available throughout the city, you’ll never be short of a place to work from.
This café is a beautiful place to work from. With a stunning courtyard, private rooms that can be hired for meetings and strong and fast Wi-Fi, Friends Coffee is the perfect place to work from for digital nomads.
What To See
Of course, there are an abundance of typical tourist attractions to enjoy while in Prague. From the Castle, to the Astronomical Tower and the Old Town Square, there’s so much for everyone to enjoy.
However, if you’re looking for a more unique and off the beaten path list of ideas of things to do while in Prague, take a look at the list below.
Take a walk along the river….
A peaceful walk along the riverside can be the perfect way to start or end your working day. If you find yourself living in Prague during the summer months, then bring your laptop along and work from a riverside bench for a couple of hours.
Exercise in one of the many parks….
Prague is home to a number of picturesque parks, including Park Folimanka, Letna Park and Kinsky Garden. They make for the perfect place for a workout before you start your working day.
You could also spend some time in the parks indulging in a picnic on a beautiful spring afternoon.
Spend an evening in a bar….
While working in Prague, you should also take the opportunity to experience some of its vibrant and eclectic nightlife. Pay a visit to some of the most nomad-friendly bars, including Soma Bar, Bar No7 and The Beer Museum.
Enjoy leisurely walks around the town….
Prague is an incredibly old and archaic city, with so much history and culture to offer. Spend some time absorbing everything that it has to offer, from the many museums and galleries to the spectacular architecture and statues.
Prague is truly a fantastic location for digital nomads, businesses and freelancers. There’s a plethora of quintessential Prague cafes to work from, as well as a number of eateries that are both scrumptious and affordable.
It’s also a relatively cheap city to live in and you’re sure to find yourself enjoying every last moment of your life in Prague.