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Living in Uruguay Guide
Many expats who consider living in Uruguay have lived in other South American countries, and then they are exposed to stories of all that it has to offer.
Help other expats and newcomers by answering questions about the challenges and adventures of living in Uruguay.
Moving to Uruguay Guide
Expats who move to Uruguay offer a lot of advice about moving there. There are several aspects of living in Uruguay that need to be taken into consideration: health care, cost of living, transportation and types of housing are just a few of the areas to investigate.
Best Places to Live in Uruguay
Expats in Uruguay agree that the best thing about living in Uruguay is the friendly people. In addition to the friendly locals, the weather, beautiful beaches and stable economy make it a great place to live.
Healthcare in Uruguay
Expats in Uruguay have a variety of healthcare options available to them. Understanding what is available is an important part of preparing to move there.
Pros & Cons of Living in Uruguay
Take off your rose-colored glasses and learn what expats have to say about the biggest challenges and the greatest rewards of living in Uruguay.
10 Tips for Living in Uruguay
Uruguay may not be the most popular expat destination, but expats there are probably hoping that the truth about Uruguay's healthy lifestyle, family-oriented culture and beautiful beaches doesn't get out.
Expat Survey: Uruguay Ranked Highly By Expats
Some might be surprised to read how highly Uruguay ranks among expats, but indeed it does. Here are some insights into why expats love Uruguay and how it is managing during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Expats Talk About The Biggest Challenges They Face Living in Latin America
Expats talk about some of the biggest challenges they've faced living in Latin America. Whether you're moving to Panama City or Punta del Este, this article is a must read to help you prepare (hint: you'll be much happier if you learn the language) and adjust your expectations (realities: the roads are rough, the pace of life is slower and bureaucracy is unavoidable). Despite all of the challenges, the list of what expats like about life in Latin America far exceeds the challenges.