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Living in Ushuaia

Ushuaia is located in the Tierra del Fuego Province in Argentina and is commonly known for being ‘the southernmost city in the world’. Ushuaia features stunning scenery, being located near the Martial mountain range as well as the Beagle Channel. Expats living in Ushuaia should take advantage of sights such as the Prisoners' Train, which formerly used to transport prisoners to the city and has now been turned into a tourist attraction known as ‘The End of the World Train’, the Tierra del Fuego National Park, which is one of the many parks located in the area, and the Les Eclaireurs Lighthouse. The city is a popular destination for artists, whilst there are plenty of opportunities to enjoy skiing and snowboarding as well as other sporting activities. Expatriates living in Ushuaia will also be able to explore the city’s many shops and restaurants offering a taste of the local cuisine and culture.

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    Ale, I love your post! Thank you! You do make very delicious crepes! I will never forget our first team meeting!

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    Hi Tara, I still have not received message, is it normal? I will be really busy during the first days of august. But I will be in Lima for Fiestas Patrias.... Let me know. Have a nice day. Keep …

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    Hi Giselle -- thanks! I'll write you now. :)

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Moving to Ushuaia

The cost of living tends to be high in Ushuaia as most of the goods in the town need to be imported, however, the city benefits from being an almost completely tax free zone. Expats moving to Ushuaia will find that the city has a subpolar oceanic climate which tends to feature cool temperatures all year round, whilst January is usually the warmest month. Getting around the city is typically done by bus, although taxis or road transport will be necessary to get to some parts of the city. Ushuaia also benefits from having its own airport, as well as being a popular sea port. As such, it is visited by a number of cruise ships each year. Expatriates moving to Ushuaia could benefit from joining InterNations and making use of the website’s many features aimed specifically at expats, whilst the may provide those new to Ushuaia with further insights about the city from those who have experienced it themselves.

Working in Ushuaia

Ushuaia has a diverse economy, with tourism being a key industry in the area due to its popularity with those looking to ski and enjoy winter sports, as well as explore other areas of Argentina, the Southern Ocean and the Antarctic Peninsula. Other fields expatriates in Ushuaia may find work in include areas such as fishing, oil and natural gas extraction as well as sheep farming and more. Ushuaia is known for having a large industrial center, which includes a number of manufacturers and producers of goods such as electronics and more, in which expats living in Ushuaia may potentially find work as well. To get useful information from fellow expats about working in Ushuaia, expatriates should sign up to InterNations. Use our platform to interact with others through in our global online expat community in order to get advice about work in the city as well as other expatriation related topics such as housing, education and more which can help you settle in quickly in your new home in Ushuaia, Argentina.

  • 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.

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

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