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Best European Cities with Free Wi-Fi

News Nowadays, the Internet has become an essential part of our everyday life, so it is virtually impossible to avoid it. People have been using online services for business purposes, communication, and shopping. As human nature is still the same, rewards and relaxation are the two main drivers that people increasingly seek online these days.

The online gaming industry has become very popular, but traveling doesn’t lose its appeal as well. However, modern travelers are somewhat different. Just like tourists decades ago, they want to visit landmarks, enjoy the nightlife, and mingle with locals, but they also want to take photos and videos and post them online, for example, on their Instagram accounts. More and more hotels offer complimentary Wi-Fi nowadays, but it is always a lot more convenient when there are free Wi-Fi spots in different areas of the city. Here is the list of the top five cities with Europe with free W-Fi.

Free Wi-Fi aficionados need to book a hotel in Tallinn and visit Estonia’s capital. The free Wi-Fi program was launched in the home of Skype yet in 2005. Nowadays, almost the entire territory of the city has free internet access. Parks, forests, beaches, public areas, and even gas stations – you will have no trouble uploading fresh content to social media. The city loves the Internet so much that its residents even vote online. Pforzheim, Germany, is one more city with free Wi-Fi in its territory. Pforzheim and some of its suburbs got free internet in 2013. There are many hot spots across the city, with the campus of the Pforzheim University of Applied Sciences being one. Everyone gets 500 MB of free internet access per month.

Vienna, Austria, has not only quality hotels and iconic landmarks but also many free Wi-Fi spots. There are particularly many of them close to major universities and Kkarlsplatz Kunsthalle. Technically, it is allowed to have only one hour of free Wi-Fi a day, but it is easy to overcome this limitation by simply disconnecting and reconnecting.

One of the top European destinations, Paris, has more than 260 public hotspots, so there is no need to book a Paris hotel with free Wi-Fi. Among the most famous landmarks with free Wi-Fi, it is important to mention the Latin Quarter’s CafĂ© de L’Institut, Le Conti at St. Germaine Montparnasse, Rosa Bonheur at the Parc des Buttes-Chaumont, etc. Finally, Helsinki has been offering free Wi-Fi since 2006. The Wi-Fi connection doesn’t require any password or registration and is available in many areas of the Finnish capital.


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