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Hola and welcome to your InterNations Community of expats in Tegucigalpa. From informative articles to insider tips, joining InterNations will provide you with the knowledge and support to let you start your new journey with confidence. Look at our detailed articles to find invaluable advice about moving to Tegucigalpa and answer questions like, "should I be worried about hurricanes?". Next, visit our welcoming social forum to interact with your fellow expats and pick their brains on everything from public transportation to shopping tips; our members are always happy to help. With InterNations, you are part of a supportive community that takes away the worries of relocation so that you can enjoy your adventure.
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Embark on a New Life in Tegucigalpa
As the capital of Honduras, established in 1578, Tegucigalpa has a lot to interest curious expats, including the tropical vegetation of the expansive Tigra National Park, 14 museums, multiple large shopping malls, and the boxing, archery, and tennis of the Olympic Village Sports Complex.
Tegucigalpa's economy is varied and includes retail, construction, the service industry, tourism, media, and banking. Industrial production is a major source of employment, while silver, lead, and zinc are mined on the outskirts of the city. There are also a number of foreign embassies and consulates, and the city is home to 12 universities.
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You are warmly invited to meet our members in person at our InterNations Events in Tegucigalpa. Our regular social get-togethers are the perfect place to start building friendships in the city in a relaxed atmosphere where friendly expats have fun and make plans together. You may also want to join one of our InterNations Groups to find like-minded travelers ready to share your interests, offer you support, and help you feel at home in your new home. All of our resources, from our written guides to our welcoming members, are at your disposal.
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