“Palermo the ideal city for smart working”

“Palermo the ideal city for smart working”
“Palermo the ideal city for smart working”
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PALERMO – What do Palermo, Bali (Indonesia), Lima (Peru), Cape Town (South Africa) and Antigua in Guatemala have in common? Bringing together the five cities from all over the world is the United Kingdom edition of National Geographic which has crowned the Sicilian capital as the best place abroad to go and live to be able to work in smart working.

It’s not just about living in a nice place “studies – reads the article – have shown that working from abroad can provide employees with skills such as adaptability, creativity and willingness to take risks, which can stimulate innovation and professional growth”.

Palermo, described as “gleaming”, wins because it gives those who live there “a relaxed and healthy lifestyle, the warm Mediterranean climate and a lower cost of living than most of the UK”

The city says the National Geographic “offers young professionals a true slice of la dolce vita.” It is appreciated that it is “a thriving piazza culture” where professionals can work “watching the world go by in one of the city’s many beautiful piazzas, surrounded by cafes, hawkers and laptop-friendly boutiques”.

Lunch breaks are suitable for the smart worker with the “narrow souk-like lanes”, “full of Arab domes, decorative Baroque facades and bright Byzantine mosaics that tell the story of the city’s checkered and multicultural past”.

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“Turn a corner – continues the article – and you are just as likely to discover an opulent chapel as a gushing fountain or a dilapidated square that has remained intact since the Second World War. It’s not all historical relics, though. You’ll find sensory overload at the bustling Vucciria market, which is the best place to sample local Sicilian delicacies, including meat-filled arancini, cannoli, and pasta alla norma (rich pasta with vegetables and cheese). An avant-garde cultural calendar and a sparkling nightlife – concludes the piece – bring further dynamism to the city and lots of fun for the weekends”.

The article is in Italian

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