Italy, the new hot destination for digital nomads & remote workers

Welcome to our community of digital nomads, remote workers, and freelancers across Italy

Unique mix of destinations

Sea, mountains, lakes, cities, small villages, countryside… You will find more than you can expect, and won’t have time to visit them all.

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Growing & vibrant community

Digital nomads and remote workers communities are growing all around Italy. Get to know like-minded people!

Deep dive into history and culture

“Rome wasn’t built in a day” and so Italian culture. From historical buildings to art galleries, and from scientific knowledge to industrial districts, an endless source of inspiration.

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Delicious and healthy food

Buon appetito! Enjoy Italian delicious food and a healthy Mediterranean diet. And discover the different specialities each region has to offer!

Co-Working Spaces

Find out your next co-working from our list: co-working spaces!

Missing a great co-working from the list? Please let us know.

Co-Living Spaces

Ever wondered visiting a co-living in Sicily, or Sardinia, or Tuscany, just to mention some regions? Here a list of co-living spaces for your next move.

Latest from the Blog

Working in Italy

New opportunities thanks to the tax incentives for new resident workers Italy, in the last five years has become, year after year, a better place to work. As a matter of fact, during the last governments, some new fiscal incentives were introduced in order to make Italy an attractive working place not only for workers,…

Legal & Taxation: Key Questions & Answers

Written by our tax expert Dottore Commercialista Raffaele Marino Legal residency vs. tax residency in Italy Tax residence in Italy is acquired in the presence of one of the following criteria: Be registered in the resident population registry for most of the tax period  Have a domicile in Italy,Have residency in Italy The concepts of domicile and residence are alternative to  each  other. We can say that…

Cities with most coworking spaces

On the other hand, it’s no surprise that Milan, with 91 active mapped spaces, is the Municipality with the highest number of shared workspaces in Italy, both absolutely (13% of the Italian spaces) and relatively (density-wise, we have 1 space every 14’000 residents). It’s no coincidence, therefore, that “Coworking” is the most researched keyword in…

Top 5 YouTube Channels

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Coworking in villages with less than 5’000 inhabitants

It’s still Kioosco the coworking spot in the smallest village: Pieve di Bono-Prezzo (TN) with a little more than 1’500 inhabitants. With respect to other villages, we have almost 20 shared workspaces in villages with less than 5’000 inhabitants, like Lotto Cinque in Malgrate (Lecce), Bam Lab in Carrù (CN), Warehouse Factory in San Costanzo…

Coworking in small town centers

As we already discovered in the first 2018 report, Italian coworking spaces are not limited to big cities anymore. Looking at the total number, more than 1 space in 4 is found to be in a town with less than 50’000 inhabitants and half of them can be found in small towns with less than…

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