📅 Published at 19 July, 2023 & Last updated at 19 July, 2023

Argentina for Digital Nomads [Guide 2023]

Authored by Andrea Villegas

Argentina for Digital Nomads [Guide 2023]

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Argentina captivates with its diversity from the bustling streets of Buenos Aires to the awe-inspiring Iguazu Falls, and the breathtaking beauty of Patagonia. You will indulge in sumptuous steaks, revel in the rhythm of tango, and immerse yourself in the warmth of the Argentine people. Argentina offers an extraordinary playground for nomads seeking unforgettable experiences in South America with its unique blend of cosmopolitan cities and untamed wilderness.

In this article, we will take a look at Argentina for Digital Nomads [Guide 2023]. We cover living and working as a digital nomad in Argentina with topics like visas, cost of living, getting around, and not missing out on the best places.

What do digital nomads need to know about Argentina?

What is the cost of living in Argentina?

The cost of living in Argentina starts from 406 USD monthly per single person (rent excluded)*.

What is the cost of rent in Argentina?

The cost of rent in Argentina starts from  240 USD monthly (1 bedroom apartment in the city center)*.

*The cost of living and rent is an approximation, please share your recent data if you have been there in the past months.

What is the official currency in Argentina?

The official currency in Argentina is the Argentine Peso $ (ARS).

What are the best cities to visit in Argentina as a digital nomad?

The best cities to visit in Argentina as a digital nomad are Buenos Aires, Mendoza, Bariloche, Córdoba, and Palermo. Have you been to any of them?

Are there any cafés or coworking places where I can work in Argentina as a digital nomad?

You can check the map with recommendations with reviews of more than 4.5 stars here: https://bit.ly/3TY7DG6.

What are the best months to work remotely from Argentina?

The best months to work remotely from Argentina are Spring (October to December) and Autumn (April to June).

What are the popular holidays or festivals celebrated in Argentina?

Some examples of famous celebrations are the Vendimia Wine Festival in Mendoza during March, the Tango Festival in Buenos Aires during August, the Gualeguaychú Carnival in February/March, or the Buenos Aires Carnival in February.

What are the typical opening hours of stores and businesses in Argentina?

Working hours are usually 8:30-12:30 and 16:00 to 20:00. Shopping malls and department stores are usually open from 10:00 to 8:00 or 9:00 and supermarkets are open daily from 8:30 to 9:00 or 22:00.

Is tipping common in Argentina?

10% is the social norm. Leaving more is generous, and leaving less is rude.

Checklist for Digital Nomads Visiting Argentina 🇦🇷

✈️ Book flights at your favorite platform, for example, Trivago.

🛂 Check if you need a Tourist Visa. For visits of up to 90 days, several countries do not need to obtain any tourist visa. Check the official government page to know if your country needs a tourist visa.

🌎 Do you want to stay longer in Argentina? Check out the Temporary or Permanent Residency Visa Options. There is still no official Digital Nomad Visa for Argentina. See long-term visa options here.

👩🏻‍💻 Do you need help with your Argentina visa application? Our community-verified immigration expert Gabriel can help you with the Rentista Visa or any other permit for the long term. Start a chat with him here.

🏥 Stay safe with Travel Health Insurance. You can check out this digital nomad community recommended that starts at $12 USD weekly and covers you for emergencies. You can buy SafetyWing even if your trip has already begun. Get subscribed and learn more here.

🧳 Are your suitcases ready? We have a surprise for you. You can get 10% OFF on any Solgaard luggage product such as the Endeavor backpack or the check-in closet carry-on. Their award-winning products are made of recycled ocean plastic so you support keeping our planet clean. Learn more here.

😷 COVID-19 Restrictions. Restrictions were lifted on August 26th, 2022.

We hope this article has been a great reference point for your digital nomad visit to Argentina. Check out 800+ visas and +300 verified immigration, tax, real estate, and company formation services at https://visadb.io.

This is just a courtesy guide. The information hereby presented might change unexpectedly: please always verify the information for your trips abroad.

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