If your plan is to go to South America but want to stay in a European-looking country, Buenos Aires seems a good compromise. Life there is very similar to a European City, indeed Argentinian culture. The megalopolis Argentina has inherited the passage of different European cultures, especially Italian and Spanish who have shaped its current landscape and its customs. Today it has more than 3 million inhabitants, including a large network of expatriates mainly from Italy, France, Germany, and Spain. The Argentine capital, Latin America’s third economic power, attracts both for its relatively open job market to expatriates and ...Read more

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