- Download our Moving to Argentina Guide (PDF)
Few resources can build a better picture of life in Argentina than the expat blogs maintained by already established foreigners. Whether these writers are recounting great challenges, relaying roll-on-the-floor funny encounters, delivering crucial advice and important tips or reaching out to those around them, their insight affords others a unique and personal glimpse into their new community.
Recommended expat blogs in Argentina
Becci Abroad is run by Danish expat Rebecca. She has lived in Buenos Aires since 2016. This blog seeks to delve into Latin America in general, and Argentina in particular. It explores interesting facts and gives useful information about what life is like in this beautiful South American country.
Jorge Juárez is an Argentine-born American who moved back to the country of his birth with his Puerto Rican husband. This is his blog about their life in Argentina, with plenty of posts on the best food and drink in and around Córdoba.
►For more on what expats have to say about living in Argentina, see our interviews with expats in Argentina
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Expat Health Insurance
Cigna Global Health Insurance
With Cigna, you won't have to rely on foreign public health care systems, which may not meet your needs. Cigna allows you to speak to a doctor on demand, for consultations or instant advice, wherever you are in the world. They also offer full cancer care across all levels of cover, and settle the cost of treatments directly with the provider. Cigna is currently offering a 10% discount for seniors (over 60) on their Silver package.
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