Italy my way welcomes luxury nomads in smart working villas
Photography courtesy of Italy my way

‘Italy my way’ welcomes nomads:
Working intelligente

‘Italy my way’, the private, experiential Italian travel provider has launched a service for long-stay, smart-working travellers looking to experience some ‘la dolce vita’ this winter.

Like us at OutThere, ‘Italy my way’ has coined this year, the ‘year of smart working’. The Italian travel company, known for its destination wedding and ultra-luxury travel expertise has recognised that many are not required to return to their offices this year. With working from home becoming the norm, they have decided to support the concept of ‘smart working’ by curating a collection of exquisite villas across the country – each coming complete with super-fast broadband – especially for digital nomads.

And we’ve heard from many OutThere travellers that are actively seeking to work from somewhere else in the world this winter. We can’t blame them, it is just the tonic after a few months of lockdown. For those with no physical ties, it seems that the coming weeks and months present the opportunity to get out and experience a different part of the world and another culture for an extended period, while carrying on with our careers and enjoying a boundless and exciting quality of life.

The villas in question are located across the country and guests can take in one or many different locations in any single escape. ‘Italy my way’ can then help access all the comforts and requirements needed for your home away from home – car rental, cleaning, chefs and childcare if you have little ones in tow. This allows you to transport your everyday life to Puglia, Umbria, Tuscany or Sardinia – take your pick, Italy’s your oyster – although, that perhaps is exclusive to the coastal regions like Amalfi.

So, smart working is the new slow travel. And with a country as varied and captivating as Italy, you can get really get a taste of the beautiful life this way. Don’t go blaming us if you decide to stay forever though. We know of many OutThere travellers who left on holiday and ended up calling it home.

www.italy-my-way.com

Photography courtesy of Italy my way