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Living in San Miguel de Tucuman

As an expat living in San Miguel de Tucuman, there is a whole world of opportunities for new experiences and exciting ways to pass the time. It is a key city in northern Argentina located at the base of the Aconquija Mountains. With hot weather all year round, driving out to the mountains to hike and take in the stunning scenery is a perfect way to spend an afternoon, and with each view changing with the time of the day and the seasons you will never tire of your surroundings. If you have any lifestyle questions before you head out to San Miguel do Tucuman, take a look at the InterNations forums where you may be able to find the answers to your questions and also learn other things you didn't already know about the city. For soccer fans, Tucuman is a great place to live with football being incredibly popular. Join other expats living in San Miguel de Tucuman in one of the many local bars to enjoy the sports and the familiar atmosphere. Rugby is also very popular, with San Miguel de Tucuman being home to the second best rugby team in Argentina.

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Moving to San Miguel de Tucuman

The outstanding culture is enough on its own to draw people to Tucuman. Moving to San Miguel de Tucuman will immerse you in a new and exciting culture, and the change can be thrilling. Join with other expatriates and get to know all the local sights like the Plaza Independencia with its mesmerizing water displays or head out of the lively city towards the cozy town of Tafi del Valle out towards the mountains. Immerse yourself in the city life and also the expat communities in the area which are lively and substantial. Share your experiences with other expatriates around you and also learn from them on InterNations, the largest online expat network in the world which aims to provide a platform for socializing and networking for expats in San Miguel de Tucuman and across the world. Moving to San Miguel de Tucuman may mean being surrounded by a completely different culture which can be overwhelming at first, but people who move here start to love the lively atmosphere and beautiful surroundings very quickly.

Working in San Miguel de Tucuman

As the most important city in northern Argentina, Tucuman is full of great opportunities for expats. The main language is Spanish, but English is widely spoken. However, even if your job does not require any Spanish skills, while you’re here try to pick up a few phrases to surprise local people and get better deals in markets. The best way to get around is walking as local traffic is very busy. Tucuman province is in the developing stages, quickly catching up with the rest of Argentina, and there is a strong manufacturing industry which has become significantly more diverse over the past fifty years. You can learn more about developments in San Miguel de Tucuman by talking with fellow expatriates through InterNations. Additionally, the InterNations Expat Magazine is full of useful articles on expatriation, including experience accounts by InterNations members, so why don’t you also contribute with your own experiences of life in San Miguel de Tucuman? The tourist industry is growing and actively encouraged by the local government, so many expats working in San Miguel de Tucuman may be employed in this industry.

Paolo Greco

"My wife has found her job through InterNations. That is great as our fresh start in Buenos Aires was kind of tough for us both."

Ida Hagen

"If you want to meet interesting international people in Buenos Aires, go to the InterNations events! I am doing that -- everyone is doing that."