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Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Istanbul

A laptop and a cup of hot coffee on a wooden table in a coffee shop.

Istanbul is a busy, vibrant, and cultural city that offers a wonderful blend of old and new. It’s also a thriving spot for people choosing to work remotely. Choosing to be a digital nomad in Istanbul offers countless opportunities to travel further, see more, and try the most delicious food you can imagine. Put simply, living in this incredible city is an experience like no other, in all the best ways.

This is the only city in the world that straddles two continents; you can literally leave Europe and be in Asia in less than ten minutes. It’s a melting pot of traditions and customs, and you can live very cheaply if you know the shortcuts to take. And I should know; I lived in Istanbul for several months, and I still visit regularly now.

It’s one of my favorite cities in the world, and I know that it will be one of yours too. Life in Istanbul is never boring, always busy, and you’ll meet countless people simply by going to the supermarket.

About Istanbul

Contrary to popular opinion, Istanbul isn’t the capital of Turkey; that’s Ankara. However, back in the Ottoman days, it did used to be the capital, and it still stands as the biggest and busiest city in the country. If you think you’ve seen crowds and traffic before, you’ll reevaluate your opinion once you’ve experienced Istanbul!

The city is located in the northwest of Turkey and is very well connected by road, train, and air to all major Turkish and European cities. It was founded in the 7th century BCE and was originally called Byzantium; in fact, Istanbul has had several names over the years, with the most famous being Constantinople. Countless empires have tried, failed, and succeeded in conquering this supercity, which is evident through the endless historic sites dotted all around.

Whether you’re into history, shopping, culture, food, nature, or something else entirely, this is the city to find it. Of course, you also need to know how to navigate life in such a huge city, and that’s where this digital nomad guide to Istanbul will help you out. I’ll share plenty of secrets so you can work and sightsee with ease.

Digital Nomad in Istanbul: Personal Experience

A laptop and a cup of hot coffee on a wooden table in a coffee shop.

Over the last few years, the digital nomad scene in Istanbul has exploded, and now you’ll find many co-working spaces, particularly in Beşiktaş, Beyoğlu, Üskudar, and Kadiköy. There are also countless amounts of coffee shops where you can happily work and meet other digital…

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