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Article: Dealing With Culture Shock In Argentina...
... Some Advice For New Expats
Expats love living in Argentina because of its exciting culture that is deeply rooted in family. The customs and traditions that make up Argentinean culture come from various immigrant communities that settled in the country over the years. The Argentines are known to be hospitable and enjoy bonding over food and entertainment.
Although Argentina is a geographically beautiful and vibrant country, with an equally vibrant population, new expats may face some difficulty adjusting to life here, especially in the early days. The cultural differences expats may face tend to vary from one province to another since Argentina is a vast country.
For instance, there may be a very low degree of culture shock in the capital city of Buenos Aires. The city is cosmopolitan and resembles any other major international city like London or Paris. Expats will feel at home with the many diverse restaurants, cafes, shopping places and nightclubs. But every country has its quirks and it’s helpful to be aware of them so you can settle into the culture and lifestyle more fully...
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