May 29, 2019
Do you work remotely, but end up within the same four walls? Are you self-employed and don’t have time for a holiday? Discover the joys of flexible working by combining work with a popular travel spot.
While a holiday should involve a complete break from work, many roles now can be conducted anywhere in the world. This can help fuel creativity and invigorate a normal working week. Your productivity and new lease of life will benefit clients and employers so much they will be encouraging you to travel again!
Here's our top five remote work travel spots:
1. Los Angeles
Pack your laptop and head for sunny Los Angeles – a hub for all kinds of culture and entertainment. You can hike to the hills near Griffith Observatory and take advantage of their “Oh, Ranger” free Wi-Fi network and work while enjoying the amazing scenery. Alternatively…
- Work in the sunny heart of Downtown LA’s Pershing Square
- Enjoy a swim in the Reseda Park public pool then use its picnic area WiFi
- Relax on Venice Beach in the sun with your laptop
2. Florence, Italy
Get your creative juices flowing in Florence - a fantastic city for art history. Florence offers the Firenze Card for a cost of €85. This pass includes access to most of the city’s major museums, along with public transportation and 72 hours of free Wi-Fi around the city, including the famous Loggia dei Lanzi outdoor sculpture garden.
3. Las Vegas
It’s no surprise that Las Vegas is becoming a destination for remote work. If you like the idea of enjoying spectacular shows by night while staying on top of your workload, you’ll have almost limitless choices. For example, the Las Vegas Library has free Wi-Fi, private study rooms, a conference room, a computer lab and three outdoor patios!
Our global coworking partner, rent24, currently boasts three coworking offices in Chicago. With major tech companies like Google, Groupon and Motorola, this City could be a great place to set-up shop for a week or so.
While you’re here, you could even enjoy a day on the beach while still catching up with work emails or taking conference calls thanks to their free public Wi-Fi.
The danger with visiting Hawaii is that you won't want to leave! So keep up with client work while you are there so you can stay longer! In 2015 Honolulu improved their free public wi-fi infrastructure and they plan to continue this throughout Oahu. So you can enjoy a surf first thing in the morning and then get back to work before rewarding yourself with the Waikiki’s party vibe in the evening!
Other rent24 co-working offices around the world
Have you visited these five wonderful places already and want to visit somewhere new? Take advantage of rent24's coworking offices in fantastic destinations around the world so you can enjoy the same coworking benefits that you get at The Brew!
- New York
- Tel Aviv