The nation offers those moving to Argentina a high-quality lifestyle, whilst being highly affordable. As a general rule, the cost of everyday living is around half the price of that of America, and rental accommodation is 75% cheaper than options abroad.
The official language of Argentina is Spanish, however, English is a mandatory language in all state schools and many people, especially the younger generation, speak some English. However, joining a Spanish-speaking course will allow you to improve your Spanish skills whilst also socialising with new Argentinan friends.
Argentinian cities have many different characteristics which make choosing one to call home so difficult. The bustle of the capital Buenos Aires, nicknamed ‘The Paris of South America’, the wine-growing region of Mendoza, wild and subtropical north of Patagonia, lake-studded mountains located near Bariloche and the chilled-out city of Salta within the north-west are just a few of the cities to call home in Argentina.