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In today’s digital age, a growing number of professionals have shifted from traditional 9-5 office jobs to remote work, allowing them to work from the comfort of their homes or even exotic destinations. While this newfound flexibility offers numerous advantages, it also comes with some challenges, one of the most significant being isolation. Whether working from home or travelling to different countries, remote workers often struggle to connect with like-minded individuals who share their desire to explore new places while remaining productive.


Enter travel programs designed for digital nomads, such as “Nomad Month.” This initiative orchestrates work retreats tailored to digital nomads and remote workers, providing a fantastic opportunity to form connections in new destinations, immerse oneself in diverse cultures, and embrace unique experiences without sacrificing work commitments.


What Is Nomad Month?


Nomad Month extends an invitation to digital nomads and remote workers to spend a month in Prague, where they can discover the city like locals. This program was crafted by Mathias and Eva, two expats with an extensive history of living in Prague. They’ve made the city their home and jointly operate a coworking space where a vibrant community of professionals from over 25 different countries, spanning various industries, has thrived. Their mission is to extend a warm welcome to remote workers worldwide, offering them the chance to build connections within the community while experiencing an authentic Prague.


Participating in a Nomad Month program allows individuals to bypass the hassles of planning their coworkation. Nomad Month carefully curates accommodation in some of Prague’s most desirable neighborhoods, leveraging local insights for optimal choices. Furthermore, participants gain round-the-clock access to the coworking space, creating an ideal environment for both focused work and networking with like-minded individuals. Numerous weekly events further enhance the experience.


Some Quick Facts About Nomad Month


Nomad Month caters to those seeking a break from routine and an opportunity to embrace the nomadic lifestyle. The founders, Mathias and Eva, long-time Prague residents, organize work retreats for remote workers, enabling them to explore Prague genuinely and connect with fellow travelers.




All participants are required to have a pre-existing remote job or project that they will work on during the retreat. Nomad Month conducts a brief selection process through a quick call to ensure compatibility within the group.


Get ready to embark on the adventure of a lifetime!




Exploring Prague as a local rather than a tourist, thanks to the organizers’ intimate knowledge of the city.

Accommodation in prime locations with easy access to public transport, grocery stores, and restaurants.

Access to Prague’s highly rated coworking space, renowned for its global community.

Becoming part of a diverse community of remote workers and digital nomads.

A diverse array of events and activities for continuous engagement.

Local hosts with deep knowledge of the city and ongoing support.

A local SIM card with data for instant internet access upon arrival.

A First Time in Prague Guide offering essential information about the city.


How Does Nomad Month Work?


Participating in Nomad Month is a straightforward process, comprising three key steps:


1. Choose your preferred date for visiting Prague. Programs start from 1 week, but we recommend to stay at least a few weeks to be sure you can experience life in Prague as a local. If you stay a full month, you also have higher chances of meeting several other nomads and join all events that are planned throughout the month.


2. Complete a form with your details and schedule a casual call with the team to ensure a good fit within the group. This call serves to provide additional information and address any questions you may have.


3. Sit back and relax while Nomad Month handles all arrangements for your stay in Prague. The team remains available to answer any queries leading up to your departure.


While Nomad Month organizes on-site arrangements, participants are responsible for:


Booking their own flights to Prague.

Ensuring they possess the necessary documents, such as a valid passport and visa (if applicable).

Purchasing health insurance.


Who is eligible to participate in Nomad Month?


Nomad Month extends a warm welcome to individuals with remote jobs seeking a community of professionals who share their passion for travel, adventure, and personal and professional growth. Although software developers, writers, and marketing specialists are frequent participants, the program is open to individuals from diverse backgrounds and professions.


What is the duration?


Nomad Month highly recommends staying for a month to fully experience Prague like a local and maximize opportunities to connect with fellow nomads and partake in monthly events. Extended stays of over two months are also available with discounted rates. If you’re more constraint in time, programs start already from 1 week.


What is the price of Nomad Month?


The cost of the program varies depending on the time of year, with prices ranging from € 570 to €905 per week. Those on a budget can opt for Prague during the off-peak months, ensuring a more intimate experience with fewer crowds.


What Is Included?


Nomad Month includes:


Accommodation in carefully selected studios, including regular cleaning and high-speed wifi.

24/7 access to the coworking space, featuring unlimited coffee and tea, call booths, meeting room usage, and participation in space community events.

Integration into an international community of experienced expats and fellow remote workers.

Local hosts with extensive knowledge of Prague.

Weekly activities as well as the opportunity for participants to suggest their own.

Networking events for local connections.

A local SIM card for instant internet access.

A “First Time in Prague Guide” providing essential information about the city.


FAQs About Nomad Month


What Is the Average Age for Nomad Month?


Nomad Month welcomes participants of all ages, with the majority typically falling within the 30-45 age bracket.


Who Owns Nomad Month?


Nomad Month was founded by Mathias and Eva, two expats living in Prague who operate an international coworking space. Their vision is to invite remote workers worldwide to experience Prague like a local while focusing on their work and becoming a part of the expat community they’ve cultivated.


How Much should I budget to Participate in a Nomad Month program?


The program cost includes accommodation, access to the coworking space, and the listed perks. Participants should budget separately for transportation to Prague, travel-related documents, personal expenses such as meals, and activities.


For reference, public transportation costs 30 Kč (approximately $1.30) for a 30-minute ride, restaurant lunch menus range from 180 to 200 Kč (about $8), and a half-liter of beer typically costs no more than 70 Kč ($3).


Can I expect a refund If the Trip Is Cancelled?


In the event that Nomad Month cancels the program before the start date for any reason, participants are entitled to a full refund.


What sort of events can I expect?


Nomad Month offers a diverse range of events, and participants can select those they wish to attend. Events may include informal gatherings like coffee breaks, community lunches, pub nights, city walks, and productivity-focused sessions. Additionally, out-of-Prague trips to explore nature and quaint Czech towns are part of the program.


Who are the people that will be there with me?


Participants will spend most of their time with an established expat community and fellow Nomads staying in Prague simultaneously. The coworking community comprises individuals from more than 25 countries, all choosing to reside in Prague. Whether staying for a month or several years, all members are solo workers, making it easy to connect.


Are online meetings allowed in the coworking space?


Yes, the coworking space offers designated areas for calls, including two meeting rooms and four call booths. Additionally, in favorable weather, members can hold calls in the courtyard.


Will I be able to stay productive during the Nomad Month?


Yes, participants have the flexibility to attend events based on their schedules and interests, and the coworking space is renowned for its conducive work environment. We notice that the balance of focused work and social breaks enhances productivity.


What are the terms of payment?


Upon enrolling in the program, participants are required to make a non-refundable deposit of 10% to secure their spot, with this amount deducted from the total program cost. The final payment must be received no later than 14 days before the program start date.


What’s the policy for cancellations?


Cancellation up to seven days before the program start date qualifies for a 50% refund of the program fee. For cancellations within seven days of the program start date, the full program fee becomes non-refundable.



Global trends

Since the pandemic, the number of digital nomads has tripled, growing by 131% from 2019 to 2022, the researchers found. Annual growth leveled out to 2% since 2022.
Source: Forbes, Aug 31, 2023.


Google Searches for “Digital Nomad” 



Google Searches for “Remote job”


Prague specific data from Nomad List, a website for Digital Nomads to stay connected:

Most liked countries by digital nomads, according to Digital Nomad Statistics from Pumble


The future of Digital Nomadism. (Source Pumble)



Czech efforts


During the end of summer 2023, the Czech Republic has introduced a new digital nomad visa to attract skilled remote workers, available to nationals of eight countries (Australia, Canada, Japan, New Zealand, South Korea, Taiwan, the UK, and the USA). This visa allows freelancers and remote employees to work in the country for one year, with the option to extend for two additional years.