Resource Websites Guide
Here we curated the list of resource websites for expats living in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Argentina.gov.ar is the official site of the Argentine government, with a comprehensive website about traveling to and living in Argentina. Certain parts of the website are translated into English, and there are many links to other informative websites, although most of those are in Spanish only.
The US Embassy in Argentina offers a lot of help and information to Americans looking to travel in or move to Argentina.
The Official Tourism siteof the City of Buenos Aires has reliable and updated information on what’s happening around town, with details on the most popular tours and destinations for visitors.
Guía Óleo is a comprehensive website for restaurant information and reviews. You can search by barrio, cuisine, or specific restaurant name.
BA Expats is a forum where newcomers and veteran expats introduce themselves, ask questions, arrange meetups and share stories about the peaks and valleys of Buenos Aires living.
Expat Connection has useful links and classifieds for a wide range of services. While updated infrequently, it is a great resource for getting the best word-of-mouth recommendations for things like realtors, doctors, and private schools.
Craigslist Buenos Aires is in both Spanish and English. The classifieds website has everything from job postings, to rentals and real estate, to concert tickets. There are also networking options.
Good Morning Buenos Aires has generous helpings of information for travelers looking to make the city their home, with neighborhood profiles, restaurant reviews, and analysis of current cultural trends.
The Buenos Aires Herald is an all-English newspaper, and in the Sunday edition there are hundreds of English classifies for everything from babysitters to plumbers. The Argentina Independent (formerly the Argentimes) is an online news publication that focuses on current events, social issues and the arts.
Center for Disease Control has updated information regarding the health risks and issues relating to Argentina. It is a good idea to check this site while you’re making your plans for moving to Argentina to ensure you have any vaccinations or medicine that you might need.
ARCA is a group who specializes in helping prospective expats with visa requirements for Buenos Aires. They are located in Buenos Aires, speak English, and are recommended by current expatriates living in the city.