How do I meet people in Argentina?
When we asked people living in Argentina about club and activities where newcomers can meet others, they responded:
"Expat newcomers group. There is a small English speaking Christian community. Join a gym. You have to make and effort on your own to meet "locals". They will warm up to you if you make the first introduction,"
said a retiree who moved to Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"Vamos Spanish Academy - www.vamospanish.com for Spanish classes, activities and workshops around the city, including city tours, biking tours, wine tasting, cooking classes, and adventure travel around Argentina and South America,"
said another retiree in Buenos Aires.
"Wine tasting Events - Great way at meeting expat!!
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Spanglish - Spanish & English speaking events in intimate settings
commented one retiree living in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
"There's a small but very friendly group of about 40 expats - so there's always someone to take you for a game of squash at the squash club or tennis at the tennis club. Weekends are usually spent having an asado with friends in either Valle Grande or Los Reyunos where you can also go rafting, hiking, camping, paragliding or just swim in the lakes and rivers. Then there's always Scottish dancing at Mike Stewarts! There are plenty of gyms and martial arts establishments to join, it's a very outdoors, fit lifestyle,"
explained one retiree living in San Rafael.
What is life like in Argentina?