The "Digital Serbia" initiative and the United Nations Development Program (UNDP) presented on Thursday the website BelgradeGets.digital to promote Serbia's capital as an attractive destination for the life and work of digital nomads and other digital professionals from all over the world, in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic relief.
Besides Belgrade, other countries are launching international promotions targeting digital nomads like exotic tourist destinations Barbados and Costa Rica and European countries such as the Czech Republic and Estonia, Croatia and Montenegro from the region, the UNDP said in a statement.
With BelgradeGets.digital, originating from the domestic digital and startup community, Belgrade is moving to defend the title of one of the 20 most popular destinations according to users of Nomad List. This website gathers the world’s largest network of digital nomads.
The idea of that project is to present Belgrade in a new light to those who may not see themselves as digital nomads but are now deciding to replace the newly acquired opportunity to „work from home“ with „work from anywhere on the planet“.
The BelgradeGets.digital website gives visitors practical information and advice on how to travel, where to stay, how to find a place to work, and a pleasant environment to relax.