Croatia is pushing to become the top destination in Europe for digital nomads.
While the Central and Southeastern European country has strong competition for that title, it is set apart by several factors, including its Mediterranean climate, relatively low cost of living, abundance of English-speaking locals and a new digital nomad visa program with appealing terms.
Prior to 2020, Europe was a somewhat less attractive region for digital nomads, with few countries making it easy, or affordable, for remote workers to visit for more than 90 days at a time.
However, everything changed when the COVID-19 pandemic crippled tourism worldwide while simultaneously unleashing millions of new remote workers onto
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