Buenos Aires City Guide for Nomads & Expats

Buenos Aires, the spirited capital of Argentina, stands proudly as the No.1 resort for digital nomads, reflecting accessibility and attractiveness. The meat, the people, and the weather, everything in this city effortlessly captivates.

For the adventurous traveler, there’s a wide variety of outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and kayaking. For the foodie, Buenos Aires has incredible restaurants, cafes, and bars to sample. And for the art lover, the city has numerous art galleries and exhibitions to explore.


With our city guide, you can find the best places to visit, the top neighborhoods to explore, and the most authentic experiences Buenos Aires has to offer.


What Are the Best Places to Work Remotely in Buenos Aires?

Buenos Aires provides a wide range of options for digital nomads seeking productive workspaces. The capital city of Argentina has a thriving remote work culture and offers several great places for working remotely. These spaces offer modern amenities, reliable internet connections, and a collaborative environment conducive to work and networking opportunities. Here are some of the best options:

Coworking Spaces in Buenos Aires:

WeWork: With multiple locations in Buenos Aires, WeWork provides well-designed workspaces, amenities, and networking opportunities.

AreaTres: Known for its modern and creative environment, AreaTres offers flexible membership options and a range of services for remote workers.

Urban Station: With several branches throughout the city, Urban Station offers comfortable workstations, high-speed internet, and a collaborative atmosphere.

Cafés and Coffee Shops:

LAB Tostadores de Café: A specialty coffee shop with a relaxed ambiance, LAB Tostadores de Café offers excellent coffee and a quiet space for work.
Full City Coffee House: Situated in Palermo, this café provides a cozy setting, free Wi-Fi, and a selection of beverages and snacks.
Lattente: Known for its quality coffee and cozy atmosphere, Lattente is a popular choice for remote workers in Buenos Aires.

Public Libraries:

Biblioteca Nacional de la República Argentina: Located in Recoleta, this national library offers a peaceful environment, reading rooms, and workspaces with Wi-Fi access.
Biblioteca del Congreso de la Nación: Situated in the city center, this library provides a serene atmosphere and ample study areas for remote work.

Co-working Cafés:

La Lucila Deli & Café: A café with co-working space in Palermo Soho, La Lucila Deli & Café offers a comfortable work environment and a menu of food and beverages.
Oui Oui: With multiple branches in Palermo, Oui Oui is a cozy café and a good choice as well.

Parks and Outdoor Spaces:

Bosques de Palermo: This large park in Palermo is an ideal spot for work, you can find quiet areas, benches, and Wi-Fi hotspots to work surrounded by nature.
Parque Centenario: Located in the Caballito neighborhood, this park offers green spaces, benches, and a peaceful environment for working outdoors.

Co-working Hubs:

AreaTres Co-Working Hub: Apart from its co-working spaces, AreaTres also operates co-working hubs that provide a collaborative environment and events for remote workers.
La Maquinita Co: With several locations in Buenos Aires, La Maquinita Co offers co-working hubs with amenities, networking opportunities, and a supportive community.

These are just a few options in Buenos Aires, but the city has a diverse range of spaces and locations that cater to remote workers. It’s worth exploring different neighborhoods to find the atmosphere and amenities that suit your work style and preferences.

Culture and Food in Buenos Aires

When you mention Argentina, you first think of art, tango music and dance, you can discover the lively and multi-faceted culture of Buenos Aires, as you embark on a thrilling journey through Buenos Aires’ pulsating cultural world, where vibrant expressions come to life, revealing the treasures of the city.
The people of this beautiful city are passionate and warm, always willing to share their culture with visitors, as they are also very welcoming towards foreigners and are eager to help them adjust to life in the city .

When it comes to food, Buenos Aires boasts a gastronomic paradise and the cuisine is as diverse as the city itself. One can start by indulging in traditional Argentine cuisine by savoring mouthwatering steaks, empanadas, and dulce de leche desserts. And forget not to experience the authentic asado, the Argentine barbecue, where you can taste the -world known- tender meats, grilled to perfection.

You can also find a variety of international restaurants, offering everything from Italian to Chinese cuisine.

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Healthcare in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires provides a comprehensive healthcare system that combines public and private services. Public healthcare in Argentina is accessible to both residents and tourists, and it offers quality care, although waiting times can be longer. Private healthcare facilities are renowned for their modern infrastructure and highly trained medical professionals. Clinics and hospitals such as Swiss Medical and Hospital Alemán are recognized for their excellent standards of care.


The cost of healthcare in Buenos Aires can vary depending on the services required. A doctor’s consultation in a private clinic typically ranges from $40 to $80, while specialized consultations and medical procedures may have higher costs. It is advisable to have comprehensive travel insurance that covers medical expenses during your stay in Buenos Aires.

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Staying Fit and Healthy in Buenos Aires

There are numerous ways to stay fit and healthy while living in Buenos Aires. With a variety of gyms, yoga studios, and fitness classes available, it’s easy to find an exercise routine that fits your needs.
Many of the gyms offer free trial periods so you can test them out before committing. If you prefer outdoor activities, there are plenty of parks and running routes to choose from.


You can also join team sports like soccer, rugby, or handball which are popular in Buenos Aires. Eating healthy is also a priority in Buenos Aires. There are plenty of grocery stores and organic markets to get fresh produce for at-home meals. and several health-focused spas and wellness centers in the city, offering services such as massage, acupuncture, and more.

Fun Activities to Do in Buenos Aires

Discover countless fun activities awaiting you in Buenos Aires, where you can immerse yourself in a range of fun activities to discover the passion and rhythm of the iconic tango.

Here is a list of enjoyable things to do in Buenos Aires:

  • Explore La Boca: Visit the vibrant neighborhood of La Boca, known for its colorful houses, tango performances, and the iconic Caminito street. Enjoy street art, and browse handicrafts.
  • Tango Show: Experience the passion and elegance of tango by watching a live tango show, where several venues in Buenos Aires offer dinner and tango performances, showcasing the art form’s rich history.
  • Take a Bike Tour: Join a guided bike tour to explore the city’s landmarks and neighborhoods, and ride through parks, along bike paths.
  • Enjoy a Football Match: Buenos Aires is passionate about football (soccer), and attending a match at one of the city’s stadiums, such as La Bombonera or El Monumental, can be an exhilarating experience.
  • Wander in Palermo: Explore the trendy neighborhood of Palermo, known for its hip cafes, boutiques, and vibrant nightlife. Visit its parks: the Rosedal, and enjoy the eclectic atmosphere.
  • Visit Plaza de Mayo: The main square of Buenos Aires, Plaza de Mayo, is steeped in history and serves as a gathering place for political demonstrations. See important landmarks like Casa Rosada (the Pink House) and the Metropolitan Cathedral.
  • Discover Museums and Art Galleries: Buenos Aires boasts numerous museums and art galleries. Visit the Museo Nacional de Bellas Artes, MALBA (Museum of Latin American Art), or the Museo Evita to appreciate art and learn about Argentine culture.
  • Stroll Along Puerto Madero: Take a leisurely walk along the waterfront district of Puerto Madero, and admire the modern architecture, dine in waterfront restaurants, and enjoy scenic views of the city skyline.
  • Attend a Live Music Performance: Catch a live jazz, tango, or folk music performance at one of the city’s many venues, including cafes, theaters, and clubs.

These activities offer a taste of the diverse experiences Buenos Aires has to offer. Remember to check the availability and opening hours of attractions, as they may vary.

A man and a woman dancing tango in the streets of Buenos Aires.


Best Time to Go to Buenos Aires

No matter when you visit Buenos Aires, you’re sure to have an amazing time. However, The best time to visit Buenos Aires is during the spring and fall seasons, from September to November and March to May. During these months, the weather is mild, and the city hosts various cultural festivals and events.

Being its most vibrant and colorful during this time, with temperatures ranging from mild to warm, and bustling with life and energy with plenty of outdoor activities, festivals, and cultural events, you can enjoy the city’s unique offerings, all while soaking in the sun.

Weather in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires experiences a temperate climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Summer temperatures can range from 77°F to 95°F (25°C to 35°C), while winter temperatures range from 50°F to 64°F (10°C to 18°C). The city receives moderate rainfall throughout the year, with occasional thunderstorms during the summer months.

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Cost of Living in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires offers a relatively affordable cost of living compared to many major cities worldwide. Accommodation prices vary depending on the neighborhood and the type of housing. Renting a one-bedroom apartment in neighborhoods like Palermo or Recoleta can range from $600 to $900 per month. While less popular neighborhoods offer even cheaper options.

Groceries, dining out, and transportation costs are generally reasonable, allowing digital nomads to enjoy a comfortable lifestyle within a moderate budget. In local eateries, neighborhood parrillas, or casual restaurants, a basic meal consisting of a main course, such as a steak or pasta dish, along with a side and a drink, can range from approximately 300 to 800 Argentine pesos (ARS) per person (equivalent to about $3 to $8 USD at the current exchange rate).

The average 300Mbps internet plan costs around 29$ per month, and a monthly public transportation subscription can range between 14$-17$.

Visa Requirements in Buenos Aires

As a tourist, most visitors can enter Argentina without a visa and stay for up to 90 days depending on the nationality of the visitor and the purpose and duration of the visit, U.S, Canadian, and Australian citizens are all eligible to enter without a visa up to 90 days, as well as EU citizens. However, it’s advisable to check the specific visa requirements that apply to your country of citizenship.

If you plan to work remotely in Buenos Aires as a digital nomad, there’s a digital nomad visa that allows you to stay and work in the country for 1 up to 3 years launched May 21st of 2022, the visa, however, doesn’t allow you to work in local Argentinian companies.

To be eligible for the visa you should provide the following documents:

  • A six months valid passport
  • Proof of employment and a CV.
  • Proof of income: The required amount has been set at $2500 per month by the authorities, and you will be requested to provide monthly bank statements demonstrating that you have enough money to maintain yourself in Argentina.
  • Proof of residency: As verification of your place of residence, a rental agreement is necessary.
  • Background check: The Argentine government will want to know your background, life, work, and why you wish to visit Argentina. A clean criminal record of the last three years in the countries that you have resided in is required.
  • Health insurance coverage: You must have medical health insurance that’s valid in Argentina.
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Jobs & Work Requirements in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires offers a variety of jobs for expats, and in order to work in Buenos Aires, you must have a valid work permit as well as a valid visa.

To obtain a work permit, you must apply for a “Working Holiday Visa” with the Argentine Government. Once you have obtained this visa, you can apply for jobs in the city.

Many employers in Buenos Aires prefer to hire candidates who have experience in the field that they are applying for and a good understanding of the Spanish language. Employers also look for qualities such as reliability, commitment, and flexibility. With the right qualifications, expats can find plenty of exciting job opportunities in Buenos Aires.

Enjoy your trip to Buenos Aires, Argentina!


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