📅 Published at 13 September, 2022 & Last updated at 20 July, 2023

Greece for Digital Nomads [Guide 2023]

Authored by Andrea Villegas

Greece for Digital Nomads [Guide 2023]

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Greece is the land of ancient history, turquoise waters, and picturesque landscapes that captivates digital nomads with its timeless charm. Greece offers an extraordinary blend of antiquity and natural beauty from the iconic ruins of Athens to the idyllic beaches of the Greek Islands and the stunning sunsets of Santorini. Greece invites nomads to embark on an unforgettable journey through this cradle of civilization.

In this article, we will take a look at Greece for Digital Nomads [Guide 2023]. We cover living and working as a digital nomad in Costa Rica with topics like visas, cost of living, getting around, and not missing out on the best places.

What do digital nomads need to know about Greece?

What is the cost of living in Greece?

The cost of living in Greece starts from 500+ USD monthly (rent excluded).*

What is the cost of rent in Greece?

The cost of rent in Greece starts from 400-800USD (1 bedroom apartment in the city center).*

*The cost of living and rent is an approximation, please share your recent data if you have been there in the past months.

What is the official currency in Greece?

The official currency in Greece is the Euro (€) (EUR)‎.

What are the best cities or islands to visit in Greece as a digital nomad?

The most popular cities and islands to visit in Greece are Athens, Santorini, Thessaloniki, Rhodes, Chania, Corfu, Crete, and Mykonos.

Are there cafés or coworking spaces in Greece for digital nomads?

You can see a map with cafés and coworking spaces here. We only added spaces with a ranking of +4.5 stars.

What are the best months to work remotely from Greece?

Try to visit Greece in late spring (May) and fall (September-October) for mild temperatures.

What are the popular holidays or festivals celebrated in Greece?

The most popular holidays and festivals in Greece are Orthodox Easter (March/April), Carnival (February), Hellenic Festival (June-August), August Moon Festival, and the Athens Marathon (November).

How is Wifi in Greece for digital nomads?

Free WiFi access to the City's public network is available by logging into the athenswifi network. Check spots here.

What are the typical opening hours of stores and businesses in Greece?

The typical opening hours from Monday and Wednesday are from 9 am-3 pm; Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday: 9 am-2 pm and 5.30 pm-9 pm; Saturdays: 9 am-3 pm; almost all shops are closed on Sundays.

Is tipping common in Greece?

Tipping is between 5% and 15%.

Checklist for Digital Nomads Visiting Greece 🇬🇷

✈️ Book flights at your favorite platform, for example, Skyscanner.

🛂 Check if you need a Tourist Visa at the official government page. US, Canada, and UK visitors do not need a Tourist Visa for the Schengen Area. Visit the official government website here.

🌎 Do you want to stay longer in Greece? Greece offers a special immigration permit for nomads. Apply for a Digital Nomad Visa! Learn more about it here.

👩🏻‍💻 Do you need assistance with your Greece visa application? You can chat with our community-verified Expert for Costa Rica. Chat with Eleftheria here.

🏥 Stay safe with Travel Health Insurance. You can check out this digital nomad community recommended that starts at $12 USD weekly and covers you for emergencies. You can buy SafetyWing even if your trip has already begun. Get subscribed and learn more here.

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😷 COVID-19 Restrictions. Regulations were lifted in May 2022.

We hope this article has been a great reference point for your digital nomad visit to Greece. Check out 800+ visas and +300 verified immigration, tax, real estate, and company formation services at https://visadb.io.

This is just a courtesy guide. The information hereby presented might change unexpectedly: please always verify the information for your trips abroad.

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