Buenos Aires, Argentina

A city rich with amazing food, cutting-edge art, and unique neighborhoods each with its own beat, Buenos Aires is extraordinary. The perfect mix of European influence and Latin flair, Argentina's capital is seductive, vibrant, and a melting pot of cultures. If you spend an afternoon strolling the cobblestone streets, you'll notice it's not uncommon to see an art-nouveau mansion aside a baroque palace giving you a peek into the storied history on the banks of the Rio de las Plata (Patte River). 

While working here, you can enjoy many leisurely lunches of bife de chorizo and a glass of malbec overlooking one of the city's public parks. Night owls will love that this city never sleeps; restaurants open for dinner at 8pm and the streets are alive late into the evening. Make sure to take the time to learn a bit of tango, attend a football match, and sip on yerba mate with the locals. We will be there the best time of year, when the city comes back to life after the Argentinian summer vacation.  

Palermo Neighborhood

Also known as Palermo Soho and Palermo Hollywood, Palermo is one of the hottest neighborhoods in Buenos Aires. There you will find tree-lined streets, hundreds of trendy restaurants, large parks, art studios, live music, and boutique shopping. Located in north-central Buenos Aires, Palermo is easily accessible by bus and metro historic San Telmo, upscale Recolata and other parts of Buenos Aires. 

Lodging Accommodations

Our high-end lodging accommodations in Buenos Aires includes serviced apartment buildings and boutique apart-hotels. Our rooms include spacious studio and 1-bedroom apartments with kitchens, air conditioning, and weekly cleaning. Additionally, some of our properties have pools and other amenities which are great for enjoying the warm Argentinian weather. 

Coworking Spaces

There are beautiful coworking spaces in Palermo in close proximity to our lodging accommodations. With open and comfortable interior designs, each space has a unique feel. They are all buzzing with local and foreign entrepreneurs, freelancers, and remote workers. They all have strong wifi, free coffee, private Skype rooms, and conference rooms where we plan to host awesome professional development workshops and community events. 

Community Events and Highlights

  • Traditional "asado" barbecues
  • Pick-up soccer games 
  • Tango lessons
  • Wine-tasting 
  • Live-music events
  • Pool parties

Professional Development Courses

  • Spanish 101
  • Design thinking workshop
  • YonderX talks 
  • Local business presentations 
  • Startup events 

WHEN

February 4th - April 1st, 2017

COST

The cost to join us in Buenos Aires for two months is $5,200 (USD). There is a down-payment of $1,600 (USD) to reserve your spot, with the remainder of $3,600 (USD) due one month before your arrival in-country.