Argentina Wants to Become Digital Nomad’s Top Destination in Latin America

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April 18. Argentina is a large country with a rich culture, gorgeous landscapes, and delicious food. With its technology and infrastructure development, it is becoming the perfect hotspot for digital nomads. At least, that’s what the Argentinian Government believes.

In a recent press release, the National Institute for Tourism Promotion of Argentina (known by its Spanish initials Inprotur), has highlighted the country’s affordability, diversity, human capital, and vibrant culture as the main appeals to young American professionals.

Buenos Aires, the capital, was ranked in 2021 as the best city in Latin America for digital nomads according to a report shared by Nestpick. The study considered relevant aspects for remote workers such as digital connectivity, legal stay, costs of living, safety, weather and culture, and leisure.

Inprotur also proudly featured successful Argentinian startups such as Despegar.com, Globant, Mercado Libre headquartered in Buenos Aires, and strong alliances with other international tech companies. Google’s Latin American headquarters are hosted in Buenos Aires.

As reported by Inprotur, Buenos Aires expects to attract 22,000 digital nomads by 2023, and more remote workers in other cities like Córdoba and Mendoza. The devaluation of the peso can considerably reduce costs of living for those earning in strong currencies such as US dollars or Euros and might find a very attractive lifestyle in this destination.

Source: Travel off Path

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