Argentina for digital nomads

Looking for somewhere exciting? Want to be where you’ve never been before? Wouldn’t that be amazing? Hey, don’t go, just keep on reading that you will find all you need about Argentina for digital nomads.

Not everything that glitters is Buenos Aires

Yeah, we already know that Buenos Aires is one of the best cities in the world. Tons of articles, blogs, videos, influencers will pop up with all the information you need about Buenos Aires, the fury city. It has a lot of attractions, good accommodations and it’s the perfect mix between Europe and Latin American influences. But if you want to spice things up or if you’re feeling adventurous, let me tell you something: the risk is always worth taking it. So brace yourselves, we’re travelling around Argentina!

Digital nomads in Córdoba

Well, like the song goes “Soy cordobés, me gusta el vino y la joda y lo tomo sin soda porque así pega más” (“I am from Córdoba, I like wine and parties and I drink it without soda because it’s better that way”). Córdoba is a vibrant province in Argentina, famous for its Fernet with Coca-Cola, cheerful people and the first university of the country was founded there. Cordobeses, that’s how we call people who live there, have like a singing accent, you will love it.

The rhythm of this place is quieter (and cheaper!) than Buenos Aires and there are awesome places to visit and start a new living: San Marcos Sierra, cerro del Uritorco (people say they have seen aliens here, watch out for this one!), Villa María… I could go on for hours, but you have to visit. I mean come on: rivers, little mountains, cool people, what else do you need?

Mendoza, the capital of wine, olives and Aconcagua

The weather is so dry that it can turn your bones into dust. Ok, maybe I’m overreacting, but people from Mendoza know that when the wind Zonda appears, the climate goes to hell. Still, Mendoza is a great place to live. People are willing to help you any time, and besides, you will taste the best wine made in Argentina (or so they say). The province is surrounded with mountains, and if you’re into mountain climbing, you have the Aconcagua, one of the highest tops of the world.

South digital nomads

Now, if you want to experience a whole new life, maybe you could go to Patagonia. You have to be brave and face the hard weather conditions, but also you will get a chance to explore the unknown, right? Patagonia is the south of the south of the country, so the weather is, of course, cold and windy…and wet! How can people survive this? They have their own tricks, like amazing chocolate from Rapa Nui, raspberries, strawberries, jams, mmm… my mouth is watering. 

Wherever you are, just don’t forget the golden rule: you have to learn to how to drink mate like a local

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