Rosario, Argentina – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

Located in Central Argentina, and is the third largest city in the country. It is known for its neoclassical architecture, and for being the country’s most liberal and socialist city. It is also the birthplace of renowned artist Guillermo Forchino. There is an abundance of bars and hostels in the city.

Mendoza, Argentina – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

A city in western Argentina, and the centre of wine production for the country. It is a quaint city, with just over 100,000 inhabitants in the city proper. Mendoza is known for it’s breathtaking scenery, world-class wines and olive oil, and outdoor activities.

Manizales, Colombia – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

A medium-sized college town located in the coffee region of Colombia. Aside from Pereira, Manizales may be one of Colombia’s most overlooked and underrated cities. It is affordable, friendly and very conveniently located in the middle of Bogota, Medellin and Cali.

Merida Mexico for Nomads

Merida, Mexico – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

White people love Merida. It has beautiful colonial buildings, it’s safer than a limbless infant, and has perfect weather. The people are incredibly friendly and the food is good. Located a few hours from Cancun, in the Yucatan Peninsula.

Guayaquil, Ecuador – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

The largest city in Ecuador and the main business and commerce hub. I’d consider it Ecuador’s most modern city. While it may not have quite the colonial charm as Quito or Cuenca, it does have a nice boardwalk and area surrounding it.

Cartagena for Nomads

Cartagena, Colombia – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

A UNESCO World Heritage Site on the Caribbean Coast of Colombia. Cartagena was the first Spanish colony in the Americas, and is the Caribbean city most often associated with pirates. It is the fifth largest city in Colombia, and is the most popular tourist destination in the country. The population is a diverse mix of African, White, and Indigenous peoples.