Thinking about becoming an Antigua Guatemala digital nomad for some time?
We totally get why: there are luscious nature landscapes, volcano views, friendly people and it’s a growing digital nomad destination.
But before you decide to travel to Antigua Guatemala as digital nomads, you’re probably wondering about:
- cost of living
- wifi speeds
- coworking spaces
…and so much more!
Matthew and I spent 2.5 months in Antigua and it’s safe to say we quickly fell in love with this colonial city. The cobblestone streets, historic architecture and surrounding volcanoes make this such a unique city to be digital nomads for a while.
But is Antigua Guatemala good for digital nomads or remote workers? It’s important as digital nomads that we place ourselves in cities where we can still work, enjoy and make friends with like-minded people.
In this blog post, we are sharing everything you need to know about the lifestyle, workspaces and community in Antigua Guatemala for digital nomads.
Why Become A Digital Nomad In Antigua Guatemala?
Want to travel through Latin America as a digital nomad?
Antigua Guatemala has got to be one on your list of places to visit as a digital nomad! Here are just some of the reasons it’s a great place to work remotely and live:
- The weather is amazing. If you visit during the dry season, it’s a perfect 72 degrees during the day.
- More coworking spaces are popping up: You won’t have trouble finding a place to work as there’s already some solid options.
- Unique things to do every weekend: Hike a volcano? Only in Antigua! Go on a coffee farm tour? Why not! We barely scratched the surface on the things you could do while we were there.
- Growing digital nomad community: We struggled with making friends while we were living in Lake Atitlan and that was not the case in Antigua! We had an awesome group of friends from the first weekend we were there and they were also remote workers and/or digital nomads like us!
- Beautiful colonial architecture: It’s like being transported back in time with the beautiful cobblestone streets and church ruins. It’s hard not to be inspired in Antigua Guatemala!
We believe that these are just some of the reasons Antigua Guatemala is a potential digital nomad hotspot in the future.
The Complete Antigua Guatemala Digital Nomad Guide (2023)
There’s a lot to love about being an Antigua Guatemala digital nomad but…
…it’s not perfect! There were a couple of things that bothered us while living in Antigua. We want to make sure we give detailed and honest reviews/reports on cities we’ve lived as digital nomads on our blog, Two Tickets Anywhere.
That’s why we’ve created this guide to share everything you need to know before you even step foot in the country!
How To Get To Antigua, Guatemala?
Where in the world is Antigua, Guatemala? You’d be surprised that a lot of people don’t know of Guatemala or can’t even pick it out on a map!
Guatemala is located in Central America just below Mexico. It’s a Spanish-speaking country with a rich Mayan background. While Antigua isn’t the capital city of Guatemala, it’s the most popular city for travelers, digital nomads, remote workers and expats to live or visit.
You can get to Antigua Guatemala through several ways:
- By plane: The only major international airport in Guatemala is La Aurora International Airport located in Guatemala City, 2 hours away from Antigua. From the airport, you can get a taxi, Uber or shared shuttle to Antigua.
- By shared shuttle: We took a van from San Cristobal to Guatemala. With this company, you can either arrive in Lake Atitlan or Antigua. It’s a grueling 14-hour journey through windy Guatemalan roads, just a warning!
With the shared shuttles, we found it very easy to travel all across Guatemala. For example, you can take one from Antigua to Lake Atitlan if you wanted to do a weekend trip and it’s only 100Q ($13 USD)!
How To Buy A SIM Card in Antigua Guatemala
Is the SIM card process in Guatemala difficult or easy?
We found it relatively easy! It helps if you know a little Spanish but to be honest, it’s not entirely necessary.
SIM Card Companies
There are 2 service providers in Guatemala: Tigo and Claro. Our Guatemalan friend recommended Tigo if you want to have the best coverage across the country.
Where To Buy SIM Cards In Antigua
You can either buy them from tiendas on the street (which are small convenience stores that have the right signs) or you can go to the official stores in town. The Tigo store is located here and the Claro store is just a few blocks away right here.
We bought ours from a Tigo tienda and you simply say you need a new SIM card plus you want to top-up/add a data plan.
The Price For A Monthly Data Plan
Depending on who you choose to go with – it’s not that expensive to have a decent plan. You’ll get anywhere between 8GB to 10GB for the month with unlimited social media.
The cost for a Tigo SIM card in Guatemala is:
- 50Q ($6.50 USD) for the chip
- + 99Q ($13 USD) for the 30 day data plan
- = 149Q ($19.50 USD) total for both the chip and plan.
The cost for a Claro SIM card in Guatemala is:
- 0Q FREE chip/SIM
- + 199Q ($26 USD) for 15G on the 30 day data plan
- = 199Q ($26 USD) total for both the chip and plan.
Want more details? Check out our complete SIM card Guatemala guide to help you out.
Best Time To Visit Antigua Guatemala for Digital Nomads
That last thing you want is to arrive at your new destination and the weather is absolutely horrible! It’s hard to enjoy a place when you hate the weather.
Here are some stats to help give you a clear idea of the weather in Guatemala:
- Warmest month in Guatemala: April (81°F/27°C)
- Coolest month in Guatemala: January (74°F/23°C)
- Rainiest month in Guatemala: June
- Driest month in Guatemala: February
- Most crowded months in Guatemala: December/April
- Least crowded months in Guatemala: June, July, September
If you arrive in Antigua during the rainy season, this might happen to you! When it’s the wet season, it’s honestly not as bad as the monsoons in Southeast Asia. You’ll get strong rains in the afternoon but it’s usually clear in the morning. If you don’t want to deal with rain – avoid visiting Antigua from June to October.
The best time to visit Antigua Guatemala is from November to May. You’ll get the most hours of sunlight and a lower chance of rain during the day. If you want to get out and do activities, we definitely recommend planning to visit during this time.
The only thing you have to watch out for is that it is peak tourist season which means there will be more crowds and higher Airbnb or rental prices. We love to go to top tourist destinations when it’s the shoulder season (Oct, Nov, & May) because you get a good balance!
Where To Stay in Antigua Guatemala – Best Neighborhoods
Antigua Guatemala is not a big city. You can get from one side of the city to the other within 15-20 minutes of walking.
I like to think of Antigua as a cross on the map. You have the north, south, east and west side of the city. While the restaurants are all spread out across – there are some neighborhoods better than others.
Here’s a quick overview of the areas in Antigua based on what you might like:
- CENTER – Close to all the action: The city center near the main plaza, Mayor.
- SOUTH – Close to the center but not near the noise: The south end of the city is much quieter.
- NORTH/EAST – Close to all the restaurants: The north or east side have great restaurants on every corner.
- WEST – Close but super affordable: The west side is further out of the city but it’s much cheaper to rent apartments here.
The best area to stay is definitely on the north or east side of the city as you’ll see illustrated below. The walking time will be much less (around 10 minutes) to get everywhere around Antigua!
I’d be careful to select apartments in the center center because Antigua’s a very noisy city with the tuk-tuks, motorcycles and cars going past – your sleep cycle might hate you!
As an Antigua Guatemala digital nomad, we highly recommend you stay within walking distance of the city center. This makes it very easy for you to walk everywhere – restaurants, cafes, bars, coworking spaces and more all within maximum of 20 minutes!
How To Book Monthly Rentals + Our Experience
As digital nomads, we slow travel through countries which means we stay around 1-3 months in a specific location. This allows us to get the best deals and discounts from rentals!
There are a couple of questions you need to ask yourself before you start your apartment search in Antigua:
- Do I want a private place or a shared guesthouse?
- Will I work from home more than 80% of the time?
- Am I going to cook at home/do I need a decent kitchen?
- How often will I spend my time at home?
If you answer these questions, it helps you get a better idea of what kind of place you are looking for. We always try to imagine our routine/lifestyle in the apartment to see if it will work.
For example, in some cities we cook at home more so we need a good kitchen, in others we barely cook. Sometimes we will sacrifice spending more on a nice home if we know we are going to spend the majority of our time exploring/working outside. These are the kind of things you should think about!
3x Ways To Find Monthly Rentals In Antigua Guatemala For Digital Nomads
We always use the same tactics to find apartments whether we are digital nomads in Mexico or digital nomads in Greece! It works the same.
Step #1: Join Facebook Groups Specific To The City/Country
Do some research on Facebook to find digital nomad groups in a specific country or city and join them well before you even head to Antigua! We join around 1-2 months before we arrive because we can already see what the housing market is like and generally what to expect to pay.
These are the best digital nomad Facebook Groups to join in Antigua if you want to rent locally:
- Apartments for rent in Antigua Guatemala
- Antigua Venta y Renta de propiedades
- Expats Living in Guatemala
People will post housing listings and if you find something you like – you can reach out! But be very careful – you don’t have the security of a platform like Airbnb. Sometimes, you’ll have to pay a deposit which you may or may not get back. While you get the cheapest possible prices this way, there are some downsides you need to consider!
Step #2: Browse Through Airbnb Listings
We like to switch between going through local listings and Airbnb listings. If we are lazy and just want a place to call home as soon as we land – we will book an Airbnb.
Make sure you search with filters on for the answers to the questions I asked above. For example, only turn on ‘Entire Place’ and ‘Kitchen’ filters to make sure you are viewing apartments that have both of those amenities.
Monthly Rental Prices In Antigua Guatemala
We’re going to be honest with you…
Housing in Antigua Guatemala is NOT cheap!
I wouldn’t say it’s expensive either but it’s definitely more in the mid-range for what you’d expect to pay. We have found that you don’t get great value for money in Latin America as you do in Southeast Asia!
We paid $500 USD for our studio apartment on the west side of the city, a further 5-minute walk than other neighborhoods. The studio was small and simple but it had everything we needed. The savings was more than worth it for us!
Disclaimer: We got a ridiculous discount for our studio apartment. The hosts were very gracious and accepted our request for a further discount than the monthly discount!
Our studio price is a little misleading because on average, an apartment in Antigua costs more like $850-$1,000 USD. Even if you pay slightly more, you can’t expect to get a super modern apartment or a villa with a pool like in Bali. We didn’t think it was worth it which is why we opted for the cheaper option!
Transport Options – How To Get Around Antigua Guatemala
Wondering how to get around the city as an Antigua Guatemala digital nomad?
Transport is very easy to figure out! Here are the multiple modes of transport available:
- Uber: This is the most convenient and cost-effective option. We only ever paid around $2 USD per trip at most and never had trouble getting a car (unless it was raining).
- Tuk-tuks: On Lake Atitlan, the tuk-tuks are a little fairer but as for Antigua, the tuk-tuks will try to rip you off (around 2x-3x more than the Uber cost). Our Guatemalan friend said as foreigners, it’s best not to take a tuk-tuk in Antigua.
- Chicken Buses: They are uniquely Guatemalan and it’s worth a ride at least once! They are mostly used for long distances or to get from one city to another eg. Antigua to Ciudad Vieja.
If you’re staying in Antigua, it’s so walkable you might find yourself rarely taking any form of transport which makes it such a great city for digital nomads!
Where To Get Groceries Around Antigua Guatemala
If you decide to mostly cook from home, there are a couple of grocery options for you. Here are the 2 best supermarkets to buy groceries:
- La Bodegona (City Center)
- Supermercado (Jocotenango)
You’ll find most of what you need at La Bodegona but we preferred to shop at Supermercado because there’s a wider variety of food, seasonings, etc. The meat also looked much better at Supermercado!
The only thing is Supermercado is located in Jocotenango which is a 10-minute Uber drive from Antigua itself. If you work out your meal plan for the week, you can just make it a weekly trip as we did!
The meat, produce and pantry selections are decent in Antigua but not amazing eg. the avocados aren’t as great as in Mexico obvs. In general, the prices were just a smidge higher than in Mexico or Colombia but it’s still relatively competitive pricing.
Honest Cost of Living for Antigua Guatemala Digital Nomads
So far, Antigua has ticked all the boxes of an amazing digital nomad destination but there’s just one thing that we wished was different.
And that’s the cost of living in Antigua Guatemala.
Hear me out: it’s not the most expensive city in Latin America but it certainly isn’t the cheapest. I guess you could say it’s more of an affordable cost of living.
Here’s our total monthly cost of living in Antigua Guatemala for 2 people:
|Activities & Entertainment||$65|
The total cost doesn’t include our coworking space fees nor did it fuel our coffee obsession.
If you think you’re going to save tons of money and live like kings here – I’m going to shatter that glass now. We found it to be expensive if you like to eat out at restaurants a lot or for rent. For rent, you can expect to pay at least $850-$1,000 USD for a decent place and if you eat at mid-range restaurants with friends it can cost up to $45 USD.
You can cut costs by cooking at home and only doing a few activities a week. You can also splurge and eat out multiple times a week! It’s up to you how you want to live your lifestyle – you can do both as an Antigua digital nomad.
ATMs/Making Payments in Antigua Guatemala
If you want to pay for things in Antigua, a lot of places will take card but there are also quite a few that only take cash. It totally depends where you’re going. For example, if you’re having lunch at Rincon Tipico, a cheap Guatemalan restaurant – they only take cash!
A lot of the cafes will accept card with the rare exception of maybe a small, less established place. We can see that they have already started moving more towards card payments but some places still haven’t transitioned.
We recommend you try to pay by card everywhere but if you can’t, make sure to have at least 300Q on hand for those times you need it.
5B Cajero Is The Best ATM For Digital Nomads In Antigua
If you want to withdraw money, your best bet is to look for Cajero 5B ATMs. We found that this specific one is the most likely to work with foreign banks.
This ATM charged 15Q ($2 USD) per withdrawal and you can only get a maximum of 2,000Q ($260 USD).
Matthew and I have both Wise cards and Revolut cards for all our international money needs! We always get the market rates you see on Google and it’s so easy to withdraw from most ATMs wherever we are in the world like this one in Guatemala. Living the digital nomad life means we always have to figure out the best (and cheapest) ways to make payments wherever we are in the world and these cards were the best solution!
How To Get Your Laundry Done In Antigua Guatemala
Figuring out how to do your laundry in a foreign country can be a pain in the butt! You have to find a place, get through the language barrier and hope you understood the process and/or pickup time.
Story Time: We did our laundry like we normally did in Chiang Mai, Thailand but one day… We never got our full load of laundry back! Turns out, the shop owners moved to another city and closed up shop. Matthew and Dom just placed our laundry bags in the storefront (which was normal) and we came to the conclusion someone had just stolen it! With only a 2-week rotation of clothes, we immediately had to go shopping lol!
It’s not as hard as you think to get laundry done in Antigua – you just have to know where to go! All the lavanderias aka “laundry stores” on Google Maps are rated VERY low – it’s hard to pick which one won’t ruin or lose your clothes. But we found one!
The best lavanderia in Antigua Guatemala is Detalles Lavanderias y Dry Cleaning. It’s located only a few blocks from the main square, Plaza Mayor. The lady was super friendly and although we couldn’t speak too much Spanish she was willing to help us understand pickup times and dates. We always got our clothes in the afternoon or the morning the next and it smelled great every time.
We paid around 6Q ($0.80 USD) per pound or 12Q ($1.60 USD) per kilo of clothes. We asked around at other lavanderias and this seemed to be the going rate. You’ll get a ticket stub with your pick up time and date. If you think the service was good, you can also tip when you pick your clothes up!
Where To Get Your Nails Done In Antigua?
Looking to get a manicure or pedicure while you’re a digital nomad in Antigua Guatemala?
I’ve got you covered!
My wonderful friend, Taylor who’s lived in Antigua for a couple of years now, recommended the best nail salon in Antigua. I always try to get my nails done when it’s not going to cost me an arm and a leg!
If you want to get pampered, you should get your nails done at Carol’s Nail Bar. When I went, I got a gel manicure and a gel pedicure with a spa treatment. Carol speaks perfect English and she makes sure you are comfortable and get exactly what you want! I was so impressed with her service.
For the gel manicure, it costs 110Q ($14.50 USD) which is a great price for the quality of her work! It might cost extra if you want some fancy designs but I just went with the normal colors.
For the gel pedicure with a spa treatment, it cost 280Q ($36.50 USD). This cost more because of the spa treatment which means you get a bubble spa therapy and a massage. It’s totally worth it for the extra pampering!
If you want to book your nail appointment with Carol Nails Bar, message her on WhatsApp at +502 4072 5423.
Antigua Guatemala Internet Speeds – Is The Wifi Fast Enough?
Now for the real test of a potential digital nomad hotspot…
The internet speeds!
Most digital nomads and remote workers need fast wifi to work efficiently no matter where they are. If the wifi is down or very slow, it can get really annoying and frustrating! We have never experienced super bad wifi but we’ve heard some people the city/country if the wifi is super bad.
It makes sense right? If you can’t work productively to get your stuff done – you’re not earning any money in a way. Fast wifi is essential for every digital nomad that works online!
Unfortunately, this is where Antigua Guatemala might let down some digital nomads. While the speeds are nowhere near slow – it’s just not fast!
The average internet speed in Antigua Guatemala is around 20 Mbps. We got this at most cafes, restaurants and Impact Hub Antigua. We got around 80 Mbps at our other coworking space that we eventually switched to which was the fastest we’ve seen during our whole time in Guatemala.
Is There A Coworking Space For Antigua Guatemala Digital Nomads?
Yes, there are two good coworking spaces (with more popping up). We found that as the remote work and digital movement have grown in recent years so has the demand for coworking spaces even in a small city like Antigua!
You have two choices for a space to get work done and make some friends:
- Impact Hub Antigua
- El Cubo Center
Matthew and I tried a month at each co-working space. From our experience, the best coworking space in Antigua Guatemala for digital nomads is El Cubo Center! While Impact Hub Antigua is the OG space – it was quite underwhelming and a letdown.
Impact Hub is located in the city center which makes it easy to walk to no matter where your place is. During our time working from Impact Hub, we were really frustrated with the noise levels. It wasn’t only us either – our friends felt the same! There was a company in the back that would take Zoom meetings on speaker (and never put on headphones). It was very distracting and made a lot of us leave. The wifi was also only 20 Mbps which is lower than what you would expect from a coworking space!
El Cubo Center isn’t located in the city center but rather 15 minutes drive to another village called Ciudad Vieja. It’s easy enough to Uber and/or catch the free shuttle to get to El Cubo every day. Our lovely friend, Adele, carpooled and drove all of us which was just amazing! This coworking space is new, modern and quiet! If you need fast wifi, this is your best option because we got speeds of 80 Mbps!
Impact Hub costs $110 USD per month for an unlimited membership while El Cubo Center costs around $160 USD. It’s around $40 more for El Cubo but for us, it was totally worth it!
Want to learn more? Check out our detailed guide about the coworking spaces in Antigua Guatemala.
3 Best Cafes for Antigua Guatemala Digital Nomads to Work From
Are coworking spaces not your thing? That’s totally fine!
Some days I just want to work from a cute cafe because that also inspires me. If you’re like me, you probably enjoy the buzzing atmosphere, the sound of coffee being made and maybe a little people watching here and there.
Here are the best cafes in Antigua Guatemala for digital nomads:
- Artista de Cafe (order the iced caramel latte, trust me)
- La Vid Coffee Roasters (for coffee enthusiasts)
- Cafe Boheme (beautiful outdoor terrace)
A good cafe for digital nomads will always have plenty of plugs, decent wifi and friendly baristas who won’t give us the death stare for opening up our laptops!
Want an extended list of cafes to work from? Check out our guide on the best cafes Antigua Guatemala has to offer.
Is There A Digital Nomad Community in Antigua Guatemala?
The Quick Answer: Yes!
One of the biggest problems of being a full-time digital nomad is loneliness. Think about it – you’re constantly moving places, saying hello and goodbye within a few days or weeks of meeting someone and it’s hard to build deep connections (note: it’s not impossible).
We value community SO much, now more than ever after being digital nomads for a couple of years. Wherever we travel, we do our best to join groups, go to meetups, become a member of coworking spaces and constantly put ourselves out there.
In some places it’s much easier than others, for multiple reasons. For example, while we were living in Lake Atitlan for 2 months, we made no new friends! There were no events, no meetups and just a non-existent digital nomad community.
The digital nomad community in Antigua Guatemala on the other hand…
…is thriving! We met so many amazing people who were also digital nomads and got this lifestyle. There’s also a huge expat community in Antigua.
Most of the friends we made were from the coworking space (which is one of the main reasons we join one) and we also met people through our church, Shoreline City. We met up regularly, toured the beautiful city, hiked active volcanoes and just lived life together. It was awesome!
If you’re worried about making friends as a digital nomad in Antigua Guatemala – don’t be! As long as you put yourself out there, it’s easy to connect with people there. Sometimes, there’s digital nomad events or meetups you can go to. Otherwise, the easiest way to make friends is by joining a coworking space like us or joining Facebook Groups.
Here’s the best groups for digital nomads in Antigua:
- Guatemala Digital Nomads
- Expats Living in Guatemala
- Lake Atitlan Guatemala Travel
- Girlfriends in Antigua
The digital nomad scene in Antigua will only continue to grow. We see more and more digital nomads or remote workers head to Antigua as it grows in popularity!
Our 5 Favorite Restaurants in Antigua Guatemala
The restaurant scene in Antigua is on another level! We enjoyed eating out so much here, we completely blew our digital nomad budget.
Matthew and I love to try new restaurants and eat different cuisines regularly. We found that the restaurants in Antigua had any kind of food you could want!
- Mexican? Check!
- Vegan/Vegetarian? Check!
- American? Check!
- Italian? Check!
- Indonesian? Check!
- Guatemalan food? Check!
More than just the variety of food, each restaurant has its own style and aesthetic. Whether you want an outdoor farm setting, a beer garden with volcano views or a rooftop overlooking the city – it’s quite the dining experience!
Here are some of our 5 favorite restaurants we tried in Antigua Guatemala:
- Toko Baru
- Cerveceria 14
- Caoba Organic Farms
- Rincon Tipico
- Kombu Ramen Shop
BONUS: Ubrew Cocktail Lounge
As a digital nomad in Antigua Guatemala, you’ll enjoy the dining out experience. The only thing might be that it does add up! We didn’t know what to expect in terms of price but I remember being surprised after getting the bill at how expensive it could really be in Antigua. You wouldn’t be able to get $1 tacos as we did in Playa del Carmen, for example. On average, Matthew and I paid around $35-45 USD for 2 mains and 2 drinks.
For cheap eats, you can expect to pay anywhere between $3-$7 USD. For mid-range restaurants, it’s more like $10-$20 USD per meal. As for high-end restaurants, it’s around $25-$40 USD as you would expect.
Want more recommendations? Check out our extensive list of the 21 best restaurants in Antigua Guatemala.
Fun Things To Do In Antigua Guatemala As Digital Nomads
Looking for unique things to do as an Antigua Guatemala digital nomad?
You won’t have any problems filling your weekends while living in Antigua. We were there for 2.5 months and we felt like we barely scratched the surface!
If you love nature, the outdoors, mountains and/or volcanoes – Antigua will be right up your alley! There’s just so many outdoor activities that you can only do in Antigua that makes it so much cooler. This is why it’s also best to visit during the dry season so you can do all of the activities on your list!
Here are just some of the fun things to do as an Antigua Guatemala digital nomad:
- Hike Volcan Acatenango for close up views of Fuego erupting
- Eat marshmallows you roasted on Pacaya Volcano
- Take a weekend getaway to Lake Atitlan
- Eat your way through the city
- Go on a church ruins tour
- Take a day trip to El Paredon
- Buy clothes at paca (the local flea market)
- Go on a coffee farm tour and learn about the process
- Hike up Cerro de la Cruz for a view of the city
- Ride the infamous chicken bus
- Visit Semuc Champey for a weekend
To be honest, when you’re a digital nomad in Guatemala, you’ll never get bored or run out of things to do. This beautiful country has all you could want – the mountains, volcanoes, lakes, and beaches!
We ran out of time and couldn’t do everything we wanted but that’s just another reason to come back. If you make Antigua your base in Guatemala, it’s very easy to book shared shuttles to get around to all the other surrounding cities/towns.
Is Antigua Guatemala Safe For Digital Nomads?
We felt very safe as Antigua Guatemala digital nomads.
While a lot of people warned us about how dangerous Guatemala was, we never felt like we were in danger once! Whether we were in Lake Atitlan or Antigua – it was completely fine. The only place you might have to watch out for is Guatemala City which most people don’t really visit other than to head to the airport.
We felt safe enough to work from cafes with our laptops and walk around with our digital nomad backpacks. Like most places, just be careful and aware of your surroundings at all times!
Antigua Guatemala Digital Nomad: Should You Give It A Try?
Matthew and I feel like Antigua is an underrated digital nomad destination that is only now getting discovered. The digital nomad scene is on the rise in Guatemala and you’ll enjoy living the digital nomad lifestyle there. As the movement grows, we see more coworking and coliving spaces pop up and the digital nomad community expands.
There are still some challenges like not having a reliable internet connection or slow internet speed and the cost of living was much higher than we expected. Overall, Antigua is still worth a visit even just for a month or 3 as a remote worker or digital nomad!
We loved being Antigua Guatemala digital nomads and we think this beautiful colonial city has a lot to offer digital nomads.
Got any questions about being a digital nomad in Antigua Guatemala? Don’t hesitate to reach out to us. We created this blog, Two Tickets Anywhere, to help aspiring or experienced digital nomads live their best lifestyle wherever that is in the world!