After a long period of travel uncertainty, many people are dusting off their overseas relocation plans.

While countries like Spain, France and Portugal have long been popular with foreign workers, other European countries are starting to garner global interest.

A list of specialists in the purchase of goods abroad Property Guides explores some of the most promising destinations for expats in 2021.

Reykjavik, Iceland

Volcanoes, glaciers and geysers – not only is Iceland a fascinating place to experience geographically, it also ranks very high for overall quality of life.

The capital Reykjavik is vibrant and overflowing with culture. There are numerous bars and restaurants as well as over 60 museums, exhibition spaces and galleries. The city’s cultural calendar is also very busy, with numerous festivals throughout the year.

It’s no secret that Iceland can be expensive and the average cost of living for a single person is significantly higher than in other European cities. But wages are also more generous, with workers in Reykjavik earning on average more than € 1,000 more each month than those in Madrid or Rome.

Basic utilities are also among the cheapest in Europe, which is largely due to the fact that almost all electricity is hydroelectricity Where geothermal.

Helsinki, Finland

Who wouldn’t want to live in the happiest country in the world?

Finland lead Gallup World Happiness Report for four consecutive years depending on factors such as GDP per capita, social support, life expectancy, freedom to make life choices, generosity and levels of corruption.

The country also has brilliant schools, universal health care, and was named the safest country in the world in the 2017 World Economic Forum report.

The capital Helsinki is a fantastic place to discover the wonders of Finland. It is a modern city with excellent transport links to the rest of the country as well as the rest of Europe and beyond.

Tallinn, Estonia

A true fairy tale, Tallinn is the magical capital of Estonia. Its medieval old town takes pride in its UNESCO World Heritage status and is one of the best-preserved walled towns in Europe.

Tallinn is the definition of ‘up and coming’. Although at first glance it seems frozen in the past, it is in fact a thriving and extremely digitally advanced technology hub, ranking third for the title of most start-ups per person in Europe. The city also has seven “unicorns” which are start-ups worth more than $ 1 billion (850 million euros).

Plus, the cost of living is really affordable. According to expatriate, Tallinn is cheaper to live in 63% of the world’s cities.

It’s easy to see why when the average monthly cost of renting a one-bedroom apartment is just € 470 and public transport is free.

Gdansk, Poland

If the € 2 pints don’t convince you to move to Gdansk, then maybe the rich history, stunning architecture and rapidly growing economy will.

The beautiful port city of Gdansk is becoming an increasingly popular destination for expats. Tall buildings, museums and amber shops line the streets that open to flourishing waterways. Here you’ll find a plethora of seafood restaurants as well as quaint dockside bars and cafes.

As in Tallinn, Gdansk’s job market is at an exciting point with many start-ups popping up in the city, but wages are not as high as in other European cities.

But the overall cost of living is very cheap – expats working remotely for companies elsewhere will find that they can afford much more in Gdansk than in many other cities in Western Europe.