Wanting to check your email on the move, find a route to the next tourist attraction, or book a table for dinner? If you’re visiting one of these ten cities, you’ll have no problem doing so – they all provide plenty of free public Wi-fi for visitors to use as they explore.
Visit Barcelona and you’ll be able to hang out on the sand, explore Gaudi’s incredible architecture, eat pintxos, and drink red wine–all while updating your Instagram to show everyone at home what a great time you’re having.
This northern Spanish city has an extensive free public Wi-fi network, and you’ll find hotspots everywhere from beaches to markets, museums and even on street signs and lampposts.
Perth may be one of the most isolated state capitals in the world, but that doesn’t mean you’ll need to stay offline while visiting this western Australian city.
The city government rolled out a Wi-fi network that covers most of the city center, and unlike most cafes, airports, and even hotels in the country, it’s free for visitors (although you’ll need to reconnect now and then).
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