The pandemic provided the missing impetus for a trend that has become a lifestyle: digital nomadism.
The model, which involves living and working without a permanent residence while traveling the world, is not new.
Still, it has attracted more travelers to Brazil since the country began offering the possibility of a visa for digital nomads.
When foreigners search for a place in Brazil to stay "for a few weeks or months," one city stands out among the adepts of nomadism and doesn't seem to deter candidates, despite being one of the most expensive in the South American country.
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