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InterNations - a trusted Network & Guide for Expats in Santiago de Chile
- Build up valuable contacts with like-minded Santiago de Chile expats
- Find reliable information and trustworthy tips about the expat life in Santiago de Chile
- Join top-class InterNations events to meet fellow expatriates in town
Discover Santiago de Chile's Friendly Expat Community!
¡Hola! Welcome to the expat community in Santiago de Chile! InterNations is a global network for expats to help make your life abroad easier. Through InterNations you can connect with other expats that can offer advice and help about making the move to Chile.
Our experienced community of expats is happy to answer any questions you might have about living and working in Santiago, like, "how easy is it to find a job in Santiago when you arrive?" and "what is the healthcare system like in Chile?". Whatever you need to know, feel free to ask your fellow expats through InterNations.
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Additional Information on Expat Life in Santiago de Chile
Chile's capital and largest city is located in a valley between the Andes and the Chilean Coastal Range. Its colonial history and current bohemian culture mean this diverse city is great for expats that want everything.
A top tourist destination, Santiago is cosmopolitan, energetic, and sophisticated, and is home to some fantastic international schools for expats with young family members. Chile has the fifth-largest economy in South America and many expats tend to base themselves in the capital.
Expats generally find the move to Santiago an easy transition to make, and the culture easy to understand. The Spanish language is one of the easier languages to learn, and the modern and stable city offers a good quality of life to expats.
Find New Friends and Grow Your Network of Expats in Santiago de Chile
Through InterNations, you can meet fascinating international people online and offline. You can rest assured that you can interact in a safe and secure environment, as each person is approved by us before becoming a member. All our members value our principles of open communication, helpfulness, and respect for people of all cultures and backgrounds.
Once you've arrived in Santiago, you can attend our exciting community-wide social events to network with people from around the world. You can also join our groups which hold many types of activities, from curry nights to a book club. If you don't see a group for your favorite hobby, feel free to create your own! Whatever your interests, don't leave them behind, bring them to your new home.
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