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Key Expatriate Websites and Resources

Articles on Argentina
Art and Culture in Argentina
Business and Economy in Argentina
Expatriate Websites and Resources
Language Schools in Argentina
News and Media in Argentina
Recommended Reading on Argentina
Travel Information for Argentina

Featured Articles on Living, Working, Studying, Traveling, and Volunteering in Argentina
Living in Buenos Aires: Enjoy a Better Life in the Capital of Argentina by Shanie Matthews
Living in Buenos Aires, Argentina: The Paris of South America by Hannah Shanks
Jobs in Buenos Aires: How to Live, Write, and Teach to Pay the Bills and Enjoy the City by Joshua Rapp Learn
Teaching English in Buenos Aires: Despite the Poor Economy in Argentina, English Classes Are Popular by Cara Pulick
Teaching English as a Foreign Language in Argentina by Shanie Matthews
Cultural Travel in Buenos Aires: Exploring the Arts by Daniel Gabriel
Go Inside Buenos Aires by Daniel Gabriel
Living in Mendoza, Argentina: The Best of Both Worlds by Shanie Matthews
Living Outside the Box in Bariloche, Argentina by Shanie Matthews
Buying a Property in Bariloche, Argentina by Shanie Matthews
Moving to Argentina and Sending a Child to School by Molly McHugh
Ecovolunteer in Argentina: Learn About Permaculture by Ande Wanderer
WWOOFing in Argentina by Lorraine Jenkin
Volunteer Teaching English with Road2Argentina in Buenos Aires and Much More by Isabel Eva Bohrer
Faces of Tango: The Buenos Aires Tango Festival by Veronica Hackethal
Love in Argentina: Tango Dancing is Central to the Culture by Andrea Gourgy
Language Schools in Buenos Aires: So Many Spanish Schools From Which to Choose in the Capital of Argentina by Dan Smith
How to Plan Your Study Abroad Experience: Living as a Student in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Megan Jones
Tango and Spanish in Buenos Aires, Argentina by Catherine M. Thomas
Study Spanish in Córdoba: Immerse Yourself in Argentina’s Rich Culture by Volker Poelzl
Study Spanish in Buenos Aires: University of Belgano Is a Bargain and a Ball by Sarah Tonner
Buenos Aires on a Budget by Suchi Rudra
Book Review of Moon Handbooks Argentina by Volker Poelzl
Adventure Activities in San Carlos de Bariloche, Argentina: Ten Diverse Ways to Explore a Beautiful Region by Shanie Matthews
Trekking in Patagonia: Explore Argentina's Pristine Mountains and Support Native Communities by Volker Poelzl
Patagonia with an Argentinean Adventure Travel Company: When Budget Travel Makes Sense by Lies Ouwerkerk
The Ends of the Earth: Take a Bargain Trip to Tierra del Fuego by David Rich
Argentina's Wetlands: Nature Reserve Affords Close Contact with Wildlife by Donna Tipping
Guidebook Smackdown for Argentina by Tim Leffel  

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 Art and Culture in Argentina

Secretaria de Cultura, www.cultura.gov.ar, the National Secretariat of Culture, provides a lot of information on cultural programs and events in Argentina. (In Spanish)

El Sur del Sur, www.surdelsur.com/indexingles.html, is a great site about Argentine art, culture, literature, history, folklore, geography, and more.

Piazzolla.org is the Internet home of Astor Piazzolla and his Tango Nuevo, and provides a plethora on information about one of Argentina's most famous tango musicians.

Museu de Arte Latinoamericana de Buenos Aires provides an overview of Latin American art in its permanent collection, and showcases rotating exhibits as well.

Museos de Buenos Aires provides information about current exhibits at Buenos Aires museums (in Spanish).

24 de Marzo—Del Horror a la Esperanza, www.24demarzo.gov.ar, is a new government website that chronicles the dark years of Argentina's dictatorship from 1976-1983.

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 Business and Economy in Argentina

Argentina Business (Fundación Invertir Argentina), www.invertir.com, reports on business opportunities in Argentina and provides general practical information as well.

American Chamber of Commerce in Argentina, www.amchamar.com.ar. Viamonte 1133 Piso 8, C1053ABW Buenos Aires, Argentina. Tel. 5411-4371-4500; Fax. 5411-4371-8400; amcham@amchamar.com.ar.

The Argentine American Chamber of Commerce, www.argentinechamber.org. 630 Fifth Ave. 25th Floor, Rockefeller Center, New York, NY 10111. Tel: 212-698-2238; Fax: 212-698-2239.

FTAA—Free Trade Area of the Americas, www.ftaa-alca.org, provides information about the proposed free trade zone.

MERCOSUR/MERCOSUL, www.mercosur.int, is the Southern Cone free trade zone between Brazil, Uruguay, Paraguay and Argentina.

International Monetary Fund promoted financial stability, international trade and economic growth among its 188 member countries. The website provides country information (with a section on Argentina) and a number of publications, including the World Economic Outlook.

Inter-American Development Bank is a regional development bank committed to help accelerate economic and social development in Latin America and the Caribbean. The website has a section on Argentina.

U.S. Government Export Portal publishes Country & Industry Market Reports, Commercial guides, and other essential information for doing business abroad, including Argentina.

World Trade Organization regulates trade rules between its member countries, and provides information on economic data, trade regulations,disputes and agreements about its members, including Argentina.

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 Expatriate Websites and Resources for Argentina

AngloINFO Buenos Aires offers information useful for expats in Buenos Aires, such as what is happening in the city, a forum, a directory, classifieds and blogs. In addition, the site provides detailed information on moving, housing, work, healthcare, and much more.

Askalo Argentina is a Q&A community which allows expats to ask their own questions about any local topic and share their own tips and recommendations. This is an expat tool to help everyone discover useful experiences in all major cities across Argentina.

BAExpats is a community site of of expatriates living in Buenos Aires

Internations is a free membership-only site exploring expatriate life in Argentina, including a forum and a guide.

Justlanded provides forums, guides, job postings, housing, and classifieds for expatriates in Argentina.

LandingPadBA is for both expatriates and novice travelers and serves as an "alternative guide" to living and visiting Buenos Aires—providing many useful resources and helpful articles.

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 News and Media in Argentina

Buenos Aires Herald On-line, www.BuenosAiresHerald.com, Argentina's only english-language daily newspaper, provides news from Argentina and Buenos Aires. Not only a newspaper, but also an information hub for English-speaking expatriates in Argentina, with business information, classified ads, and local news.

La Nación, www.lanacion.com.ar, a respected daily newspaper in Buenos Aires, provides much of its content on the website, including classified ads.

Clarín, www.clarin.com, is a national daily newspaper providing a lot of news and content on its website.

The North American Congress on Latin America (NACLA), www.nacla.org, is a non-profit organization providing comprehensive information on major trends in Latin America and its relations with the United States; publishes the bimonthly magazine ‘Nacla Report on the Americas’.

Live-radio.net provides continuously updated links to thousands of online radio stations worldwide, including Argentina.

Online Newspapers lists over 1000 links to online newspapers worldwide, including Argentina.

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 Recommended Reading on Argentina

A Brief History of Argentina by Jonathan C. Brown

And the Money Kept Rolling In (and Out): Wall Street, the IMF, and the Bankrupting of Argentina by Paul Blustein

Moon Argentina (Moon Handbooks) by Wayne Bernhardson

Argentina Cooks!: Treasured Recipes from the Nine Regions of Argentina by Shirley Lomax Brooks

Astor Piazzolla: A Memoir by Natalio Gorin

Chile & Argentina, The Bradt Trekking Guide by Tim Burford

Culture Shock! Argentina by Fiona Adams

Footprint Argentina, by Christabelle Dilks

Lonely Planet Argentina by Danny Palmerlee, Sandra Bao, Andrew Dean Nystrom, and Thomas Kohnstamm

Buenos Aires (City Travel Guide) by Sandra Bao

Lonely Planet Trekking in the Patagonian Andes by Clem Lindenmayer and Nick Tapp

The Argentina Reader: History, Culture, Politics by Gabriela Nouzeilles, Graciela R. Montaldo

The History of Argentina (Palgrave Essential Histories) by Daniel K. Lewis

The Rough Guide to Argentina by Danny Aeberhard

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 Travel Information for Argentina
Argentina Government Tourist Office, www.turismo.gov.ar, is Argentina's official government tourism website.
Fodor's provides destination guides for most countries in Central and South America, including Argentina.
Frommer's also provides destination guides for countries worldwide, with a section on Central and South America, including Argentina.
Lonely Planet Worldguide provides a lot of useful travel information, with a section on South America, including Argentina.
Rough Guides Destinations offers a lot of useful travel advice and information for most countries, including Argentina.
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