Best 10 Cities for Digital Nomads in Argentina
Updated: Aug 14
Argentina has many faces. Many people tend to focus only on its capital, and though we have already covered this in our Buenos Aires Digital Nomad Guide, there are more cities for location-independent workers to visit while they stay. All of them have their unique personalities and perks, so let’s discuss the 10 best cities for digital nomads in Argentina. We will be talking about its main attractions, cost of living, weather conditions, and best coworking spots.
10 Best Cities for Digital Nomads in Argentina:
Yes, we had to include Buenos Aires again. The European vibe with Latin American style blends in perfectly with the capital city of Argentina. Its excellent weather allows visitors to enjoy indoor and outdoor cultural activities, and Argentinian's open nature makes it welcoming to visitors from all around the world.
Digital nomads adore San Telmo, the historical colonial neighborhood, filled with bars and parties. Others go for Palermo, a more modern yet equally festive site. The city’s night scene is second to none, and, for the artsy ones, Buenos Aires has more theaters than most cities in the world.
Who is it for: cultural travelers, visiting teleworkers who enjoy the nightlife
Population: 2.89 million
Cost of living: USD 700-2000+
Average weather range: 4°C to 32°C (40°F to 90°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Palermo, San Telmo, Belgrano, Puerto Madero
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Buenos Aires:
AreaTres El Salvador: in the heart of Palermo, this excellent community of location-independent workers provides all services for coworking, as well as networking and outing opportunities. Location: El Salvador 5218, C1414 CABA
Located in the province of Santa Fe, Rosario is a city with multiple green areas and a beautiful river view. With a young and cooler vibe, the place is filled with bars and cultural activities for everyone.
In terms of landmarks, its flag monument is second to none, and any park beside the river is worth visiting. Rosario is a great place to move around on a bike, and weather conditions favor it.
Who is it for: digital nomads who love balanced cities (green + culture)
Cost of living: USD 600-1800+
Average weather range: 6°C to 31° (43°F to 88°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Downtown, Barrio Martin, Fisherton
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Rosario:
Cordoba has its own personality, as it is one of Argentina’s oldest and most important cities. Tradition blends in with university life in the Nueva Cordoba neighborhood, and its population is simply charming.
If you enjoy colonial architecture as well as more modern designs, this city mixes them nicely for you. Plus, there are many places to enjoy great music.
Who is it for: remote workers who like cities with a strong personality
Population: 2.2 million
Cost of living: USD 700-1800+
Average weather range: 8°C to 33°C (46°F to 91°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Nueva Córdoba, Güemes, Downtown
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Cordoba:
Mar del Plata
Mar del Plata is one of Argentina’s most popular seaside cities. In summer, millions of tourists flock to its beaches, enjoying the great seafood and entertainment opportunities. Though emptier in winter, the city’s design is simply gorgeous and ideal for strolling around.
If you are looking to stay by the sea and enjoy great dining, Mar del Plata will be worth your while. Just keep in mind the crowds if you visit from December to February.
Who is it for: digital nomads who like populous seaside cities
Cost of living: USD 900-2200+
Average weather range: 4°C to 25°C (40°F to 77°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Downtown, La Perla, Former Station Area
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Mar del Plata:
A city centered around university life, La Plata is very jolly and cultural. It is also easy to navigate through its streets due to its urban planning, so you will never feel lost here.
Besides, La Plata’s Cathedral is one of Argentina’s most magnificent buildings, a place to admire the beautiful parks around.
Who is it for: digital nomads looking for youth or to study
Cost of living: USD 500-1700
Average weather range: 6°C to 33°C (43°F - 92°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: City Bell, Gonnet
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in La Plata:
Ushuaia is nicknamed “the end of the world”. In the south of everywhere, this incredible city receives people from all over the world, in love with the beautiful sights and exotic fauna.
The National Parks have mountains and great woodlands to explore. Plus, there are some skiing options available. Bring your coat, though, as it will get chilly.
Who is it for: location-independent workers who love nature
Cost of living: USD 900-2000+
Average weather range: -1°C to 15°C (30°F to 60°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Downtown, Beagle-facing area
Top Coworking Spaces in Ushuaia:
Argentina’s history and traditions live on in Salta, the capital city of the province in the north. Filled with colonial buildings and churches, the city is sought by many due to its beautifully dry landscapes and autochthonous cultural opportunities.
You can through the lovely villages nearby when vising Salta. You can set base here and take buses to every small town around. You should also try the delicious fried empanadas, as they are one of a kind.
Who is it for: remote workers looking for traditional local villages
Cost of living: USD 500-1700+
Average weather range: 4°C to 35°C (40°F to 90°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Portezuelo, Northern area, Downtown
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Salta:
Bariloche is a dream destination for visitors from all around the world. Surrounded by amazing mountains and beautiful lakes, it also has a unique cuisine to taste. Don’t be surprised if you hear different languages while walking on the streets; the city is filled with Europeans in love with the Patagonia region.
Modern and accessible, Bariloche is great for anyone who loves a view and trekking.
Who is it for: nature-loving digital nomads
Cost of living: USD 1000-2000
Average weather range: -1°C to 28°C (40°F to 80°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Melipal, Circuito Chico, Downtown
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Bariloche:
Fab Lab Bariloche: built as an incubator for new ideas, entrepreneurs and digital nomads will find everything they need to work while visiting. Location: Juramento 102, San Carlos de Bariloche, Pcia. Rio Negro.
Mendoza is not only known for its industrious wine production but also for its beautiful mountains, like the Aconcagua, one of the highest in the world. This is another city that blends modernity and tradition nicely. Plus, it is strategically close to Santiago de Chile, in case you intend to visit.
Unique and enchanting, Mendoza is an up-and-coming destination for tourists and digital nomads.
Who is it for: fine wine and sightseeing enthusiasts
Cost of living: USD 800-2100+
Average weather range: 9°C to 34°C (48°F to 93°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Downtown, Barrio Cívico, Area Fundacional
Top 3 Coworking Spaces in Mendoza:
A lesser-known gem, San Luis is a tech-driven city, with wifi connection throughout its territory. Surrounded by slopes, it is another great example of beautiful landscapes and modern structures.
San Luis offers camping opportunities, for those who adore nature. It is also one of Argentina’s cinematic hubs, so you might find some shooting locations as well.
Who is it for: digital nomads looking for interesting alternative sites
Cost of living: USD 600-1800+
Average weather range: 5°C to 32°C (41°F to 90°F)
Best neighborhoods to stay in: Downtown
Top Coworking Spaces in San Luis:
The city doesn’t have many coworking spots yet, but its connectivity is its strength, so you should be able to work from anywhere. Still, you can try the one below:
Closing Thoughts on Best Cities for Digital Nomads in Argentina
Argentina is much more than Buenos Aires. Many people only know the capital, or some notable cities from Patagonia, but there are many opportunities out there for digital nomads looking for adventures. Anyone earning in EUR or ARS should find the country affordable in general, and this vast territory may be worth a couple of months when visiting. We hope this guide helps you plan your upcoming visit to Argentina, a country with many faces.