Should I Move to Greece?Jen Barnett2024-02-19T15:02:22-06:00
If you’re seeking the laid-back Mediterranean life, Greece should be high on your list. This sunny country experiences mild weather year-round while boasting a lower cost of living than other EU countries. Locals embrace family and simple pleasures—values that shine through in their rich, locally-sourced diet. Ferries provide easy access to the Greek islands, where remote workers put the country’s new digital nomad visa to good use.
However, English speakers drop off outside the major cities, so you’ll want to learn the language to thrive outside of those hubs. Bureaucracy also moves sluggishly, making patience a requirement. Civil protests are common in larger cities, too, adding further layers to governmental red tape. The payoff is its top 25% healthcare, safety, and infrastructure at bottom 50% cost of living. Yassou!
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