Embracing the newfound freedom of remote work means breaking free from the traditional office grind and opening up a world of possibilities. But with so many destinations to choose from, how do you settle on the perfect spot? Well, remote hiring platform, Remote, has revealed the best destinations in the world for remote work and this Canadian city managed to score a top spot.

The intrepid researchers at Remote.com embarked on a global adventure, scouring every corner of the globe to identify the ultimate havens for remote workers.

From the bustling streets of urban cities to low key and quiet destinations, they’ve evaluated thousands of locations based on key factors: openness, cost of living, safety, quality of life, internet infrastructure, attractiveness, inflation, and incentives for remote workers.

The list included 100 cities, including several European countries like Madrid, Spain that came in first place.

But as for Canada, our beloved destination happened to land a top spot too.

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Toronto came in third and happens to be the only Canadian city on the list. Yes, may be surprising to some.

“The capital of Ontario, Toronto checks all the boxes for remote workers,” shares the site.

“Toronto consistently makes global lists of top cities for safety, quality of life, things to do, and economic growth. Around half of Toronto’s residents were born outside Canada, which makes the city one of the world’s most welcoming for international transplants. Whether you love nature, crave the nightlife, or seek a great place to raise a family, Toronto has everything you need to thrive — for a month, a year, or a lifetime.”

Maybe that’s why Toronto was voted the friendliest city in Canada? Everyone is just so happy to live in this wonderful city! According to researchers, that is.

Toronto also happens to be one of the best cities in the world for millennials to live and work.

Do you agree with this list? Let us know!