Used up all your vacation already? Check out these 4 ‘workation’ hotspots

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As you probably already know, workcations are pretty straightforward. Basically, you pack up your laptop case, jet off to a far-flung destination, and work remotely for a couple of days, weeks or even months.

So, instead of answering your morning emails in a flat in Birmingham, you could be sitting by a beach in Bermuda.

This new trend is a direct byproduct of the pandemic. The rise of remote working, coupled with a growing hunger for international travel means that more and more employees are deciding to take multiple breaks per year and save their annual leave while doing so.

Of course, there are a lot of things to consider before you book a workation. You’ll need to think about the time difference, internet connection, cost of living, and of course, what kind of adventure you’re looking for.

So, to help you to decide, we’ve rounded up the four best places to do it.

For city slickers: Paris, France

Street in Paris