Las Palmas city is a global hotspot for digital nomads and coworkers and for one week every year it becomes the global capital of remote working: Nomad City 2017 is on between 18-24 of September.
It's no surprise that Las Palmas is currently second on the influential Nomad List of top remote working locations around the world, and the only place in the top five that isn't in Thailand. Here's why...
Wind: 22.53 km/h
The neo-Canarian visitor centre at the top of the Pico de Bandama volcano hides a secret from Spain's time as a military dictatorship.
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