Argentina

The Best Cities To Travel To In Latin America

Times have changed. Latin America has changed. I’ve changed.

Cities in Central and South America have a tendency to go through ebbs and flows. A great city to live in today might not be a great one tomorrow.

Take Medellin for instance. In the early 2000s, this was the place to live in Latin America. If you were brave enough to venture down to recently drug-war torn Colombia, as one of the few foreigners, beautiful women would be throwing themselves at you as you enjoyed an incredibly low cost of living and year-round spring temperatures.

And then word got out.

The 6 Best Places To Find A Wife In Latin America

Back again, folks!

Today I’ll be talking about the best places to find a wife in Latin America…or at the very least, a serious girlfriend.

You see, as much as I like hooking up with and casually dating Latinas, I acknowledge that I’m getting a bit older and more mature (relatively, at least). And, as I’m sure many of you know, after reaching a certain number of notches, the whole chasing women just for the sake of it tends to turn to ash in your mouth.

With that in mind…

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.

Salta, Argentina – City Guide for Nomads and Expats

A mid-sized city in the northwestern part of Argentina. Salta is know for its colonial architecture and beautiful weather. It lies close to the borders of both Chile and Bolivia, and thus serves as a great gateway to the rest of South America. An all-around pleasant and relaxed city to pass time in.

My Latin Life’s Best Cities In Latin America

I’ve compiled a list of what I believe to be the best cities for a tourist to visit in Latin America. The list is based on the criteria outlined on my cities guides, so you’ll want to click on the link to the city to get a thoroughgoing breakdown on the destination to find out why it ranked the way it did.