There are some general guidelines out there, but you've got to experiment to find what works best. In my experience...
The lower back and quads take the longest time to recover so I'll only train them every 3-4 days. Heavy deadlifting only once a week to accommodate heavy squats. I like to have at least 3 days between back and chest workouts, and two days between everything else.
It also depends a lot on how hard you train a certain muscle group. For example with a dedicated arm workout involving a lot of sets you might find you need more than 2 days before working them again.
I'd also recommend you structure your workouts so that any direct arm work you do for the tris and bis doesn't interfere with the rest of your upper body work. If you're doing an arm workout on a Monday for example and chest or back on a Wednesday but find because of arm fatigue you're struggling to make gains on presses, rows, etc., then do the arm work a couple of days after those workouts, in the same workout, or throw in an extra rest day.