So, You’re Thinking About Moving to Buenos Aires?

Adventure, Life
June 13, 2012 11:00 am

Empanadas from La Fachada in Buenos Aires

After fielding a number of inquires of late from people in the U.S. considering a move down to Buenos Aires, I’ve decided it might be helpful to put together a series of what-to-expect posts on a variety of subjects of interest to the potential Buenos Aires transplant. As of now, I have the following subjects in mind, each of which I’ll expound upon in an individual post and will eventually be linked to in this launch post.

  • Visa
  • Housing
  • Work/Jobs
  • Health and Safety
  • Meeting People
  • Language
  • Food
  • Technology
  • Transportation

Is there anything else you think I should include? In the meantime, here are a couple of past posts of mine that touch on some aspect of life in the Argentine capital.

What to Bring When Moving Abroad

Learning, Adopting the Concept of Buena Onda in Argentina

How Not to Get Robbed in Buenos Aires

The Buenos Aires Podcast

Advice for Travel by Bus, Ferry, Plane in Buenos Aires

Visiting an Estancia Outside Buenos Aires

Joining a Gym in Buenos Aires

Saving Money in Buenos Aires

Buenos Aires Beach Getaways

Buenos Aires Schedule

Welcome to My Neighborhood

Hello, Buenos Aires

Karina

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