Back on the Trans Mongolian Railway: Nearly two weeks since I started discovering Russia. Now on the train to switch countries. Mongolia, here I come!Read more
Russia is a vast and fascinating country with many opportunities for digital nomads. Russia offers a unique and diverse destination for those looking to work and explore, from the bustling metropolises of Moscow and St. Petersburg to the picturesque countryside and remote regions.
The excellent internet infrastructure and fast internet speeds are two of Russia’s main advantages for digital nomads. This makes it simple to stay connected and work while on the go. Furthermore, many cafes, restaurants, and co-working spaces provide free wifi and pleasant working environments.
Moscow, Russia’s capital and largest city, is an excellent choice for digital nomads. The city combines modern conveniences with ancient history. It is home to many world-renowned museums, including the Tretyakov Gallery and the iconic Red Square, which houses the St. Basil’s Cathedral. Moscow also has a thriving startup scene and a variety of co-working spaces, making it an excellent location for networking and meeting like-minded individuals.
St. Petersburg, Russia’s “cultural capital,” is another popular destination for digital nomads. The city is known for its beautiful architecture and rich history, and it is home to many historical sites, including the Hermitage Museum and the Peter and Paul Fortress. The city also has a growing startup scene and a number of co-working spaces.
Furthermore, Russia has a diverse landscape, ranging from the snow-capped peaks of Siberia to the rolling hills of the Caucasus and the vast steppes of Kazakstan. As a result, it is an excellent choice for digital nomads looking to explore and experience new cultures.
To summarize, Russia is a vast and fascinating country with a lot to offer digital nomads. Whether you want to explore the bustling metropolises of Moscow and St. Petersburg or you want to experience the diversity of Russia’s landscape, this country has something for you. Furthermore, fast internet speeds and a thriving startup scene make Russia an appealing destination for those looking to work and travel.
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My last stop on this trip in Russia is Irkutsk. I visit Lake Baikal, but she’s hiding in fog and smoke.Read more
On the third leg of my Trans Siberian train trip, a train with tiger prints goes from Yekaterinburg to Irkutsk.
Yekaterinburg had given me a run for my money when I searched my hotel, so now I wanted to see what the city was all about.Read more
The history of the Trans Siberian railroads is a fascinating one. Since I’m spending some time riding it, it’s the right moment to have a look at what happened over the past 125 years:Read more
I arrived in the middle of the night in Yekaterinburg. I booked with the Art Hostel in Yekaterinburg. Now, I just needed to find it.Read more
After the travel between London and Moscow, after meeting amazing people, after taking a break in Moscow, I was ready to board the Trans Siberian Railway!Read more
The subway system in Moscow, the Moscow Metro, is not only highly well-organized. It has a set of stunning stations. If you’re visiting Moscow, it’s worth spending half a day in the metro. Go from station to station, and look at how incredibly beautiful it is.Read more
Moscow! The city where the Trans Siberian Railway departs, and so much more.
A (too) short stop to Saint Petersburg is next on the travel that brings me from London via Beijing to Hanoi.