Work away from a tree house in Lithuania


In the past two years, the work culture in the company has changed completely. Remote work is relatively common, and some people have chosen to migrate now that it doesn’t require being in the office every day. Maybe you’re a seasoned digital nomad looking for your next country to land in, or maybe you’ve been working from the same sofa for 18 months and want to make a change.

Anyway, Lithuania wants you to try remote work from Baltic country. Lithuania Travel is marketing itself as the next place to workation. A blog post highlights five places in the country that have super reliable internet connections and a unique draw.

Near the capital city of Vilnius is the Varena tree house, where you can work under the canopy of a quiet forest. Would you like to travel with a whole team? In Radiškis, you can work with up to 45 people at Farmers Circle, an organic farm that doubles as an extremely calming place to work.

If you’re trying to log in on your next Zoom call from the absolutely most unexpected place, consider staying at Monte Pacis, a hotel-turned-monastery in Kaunas. To find the perfect balance between work and nature, Lithuania Travel recommends a visit to Tech Spa, which offers co-working areas and mud baths in the same space. Finally, for those looking for a beach holiday, Lithuania has that to offer too. Light House is a co-working and co-living space just over two miles from the sea.

Currently there are no COVID-19 entry requirements for travelers in Lithuania. There is also no mask requirement.


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