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InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Argentina
- Join our community and get to know members of Argentina’s vibrant expat community
- Receive reliable information and exchange insider tips about the Argentinian expat living
- Meet fellow expatriates at top InterNations events in Buenos Aires, La Plata and many other regions
Welcome to Our Expat Community in Argentina!
Buenos dias and welcome to our expatriate community here in Argentina! InterNations provides a network for expats all over the world to network, share their local knowledge, and help each other overcome the challenges and hurdles involved with living and working in a foreign country. Regardless of your background, field of work, or what part of moving to Argentina piques your curiosity, our members will be happy give you advice and share their own experience to help you along your way. You may be wondering, "which areas of Buenos Aires are safe to walk around at night?" or "how important is it to speak Spanish if I'm moving to Argentina?". The answers to these questions and plenty of others will be familiar to our members, who are always willing to help newcomers get settled down and start enjoying life in Argentina.
Next to Argentina we host several more communities in North & South America, e.g., our network of Expats in Germany. Or you might be interested in our Expatriates Saudi Arabia community which is also fairly active.
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Read Up on Expat Life in Argentina
Argentina has always been welcoming to foreigners, from initial huge numbers of Italian and Spanish immigrants, to smaller specialist employees who have come from Scotland, Wales, and just about everywhere on earth. Major metropolises like Buenos Aires are bustling, multicultural hubs for all sorts of activities, while still retaining an authentic Argentinian style. A highly varied economy means that expatriates have moved to work in all sorts of industries, from automobile manufacturing to nuclear energy. Argentina is probably the most "European" feeling of South American countries, but it's still laid back compared to the likes of London or Paris, something many of our members enjoy. With world-famous cuisine and wine that is exported all around the globe, you can take advantage of the more affordable prices of domestic goods to enjoy a very comfortable lifestyle, without the expense.
Interested to take a world tour? Then have a look at our chapter for Expatriates Malaysia to receive an impression of InterNations worldwide. Or you could take a peek at our community for Expat China instead!
Connect with Other Expats in Argentina and Grow Your Network
As well as being a community of diverse individuals from a huge variety of backgrounds and cultures, all of our members go through an approval process to ensure that you can network in a safe environment and get sound and reliable advice. You can also be ensured that any discussions and interactions you have on our website will be friendly and that you'll be welcomed warmly as a new member. Our members also organize several groups for other activities and interests offline, so you can join a group for food and drink to taste some local produce, or one for dancing to learn about another national passion of Argentinians. Our larger events also bring together a range of expatriates for business or personal networking and are not to be missed! Take a look at our articles on Argentina or expat life in general for more information and tips on life abroad.
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