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Buenos Aires, or "Fair Winds", is an amazing metropolis with Western looks. The Argentine capital city is also the country's economic, financial, industrial and cultural hub. It thus provides several opportunities for expatriates.

As a living region, Buenos Aires is an ideal destination for expatriates who are looking for a vibrant nightlife, for shopping, to learn tango and discover the local cuisine.

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With waterfalls in the north to the Southern Provinces where glaciers calve freely, Argentina has something for everyone -- even the pickiest of travelers. Buenos Aires, the capital city, is a popular destination for expats from around the world, so here are some tips for planning your move if you're looking to make it your new home.

When some people tell their friends they are moving to Argentina, "Say what?" is the usual first response. When you tell them about your new home, they want to come also. But before you set your feet in Buenos Aires, here are some tips for adjusting to the local culture.

Being an expat can be fun and exciting. New sights. New smells. New customs and traditions and maybe even a new language to learn. But the fun can grow exponentially if you're making friends at the same time, so here are some tips for building your social circle as an expat in Buenos Aires.

Networking can be tricky and difficult. If you are an introvert, it can be worse. Professional networks grow exponentially. One person introduces you to three more and each of them connect you to others. If you are looking for new career or business opportunities, here are some tips for building your professional network in Buenos Aires as an expat.

Have you ever been to a place where you saw mannerisms, characteristics or gestures that either shocked or confused you? This is common when going to a nation with a different culture than what you are used to. It is crucial, as an expat, to adjust to that country's traditions instead of insisting that its nation adjusts to you. Here's a small starter guide to the networking etiquette in Buenos Aires.

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