Your Expat Community in Uruguay

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  • Giovanni Gallo

    I have lived in many countries before, and now I like sharing my experience as an expat with members of the Quito Community.

Welcome to Our Network of Expatriates in Uruguay!

¡Hola! and a warm welcome to the expat community in Uruguay! InterNations is a private online network for expats all over the world to connect and share their experiences living abroad. Whether you are in the process of moving to Uruguay or have just made the move, the our expat community in Uruguay is your first port of call. You might be keen to know the answers to questions like, “where should I move to in Chuy?” or “what is the education system for internationals like in Uruguay?” or even “what is the transportation system like in Montevideo?”. However many questions you have, the expat community in Uruguay is here to help with the answers.

With InterNations, you never stand alone. Whether you are moving to another country or going on a business trip somewhere — our communities around the world are there to make you feel at home wherever you are. Feel free to check out our vibrant InterNations Communities in countries like China or Qatar.

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    From Argentina, living in Montevideo
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    From Argentina, living in Montevideo
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    From Australia, living in Montevideo
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    From Australia, living in Montevideo
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    From Australia, living in Montevideo
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    From Australia, living in Montevideo
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    From Australia, living in Montevideo

Meet other expats like you in Uruguay

Join Our Online and In-Person Events in Uruguay

Attend our many events to get to know like-minded expats, both in Uruguay and around the world! Our new online events even let you find connection and inspiration without leaving your home.

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Exchange Tips about living in Uruguay

Get trustworthy advice and local insights from fellow members in our Uruguay expat forums.

  • Clases de Portugues.
    5 replies
    Apr 17, 1:14 AM
    Community member

    Hi, my name is Mirella and I am a Brazilian Portuguese professional teacher. As I live in São Paulo, Brazil I suggest you skype lessons and I offer a free trial lesson. To know more about me and my …

  • Meeting up for a good cause?
    3 replies
    May 22, 3:25 AM
    Community member

    Very good initiative! I am reading the post late again! ): At least I can buy some tickets for the raffle. Diego I will add you as contact to text you.

  • Tennis Lessons with ATP Professional
    9 replies
    Feb 4, 7:03 PM
    Community member

    Hi Jake, I would be interested in group lessons too in the evening after work. Could you please send me the class details? Thanks, Clement

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Embark on Your Life as an Expat in Uruguay

With a traditional rural landscape alongside modern cities, in particular the capital, Montevideo, Uruguay is increasingly becoming a popular destination for foreign expats. The lower cost of living in comparison to other South American countries and friendly natives are just two of the many reasons that expats choose Uruguay. Many expats also relocate to Uruguay for the first-world infrastructure, the top-quality and affordable healthcare, and the beautiful beaches. The well-educated workforce means there are a number of skilled jobs available for expats in the country, while the strong economy, which avoided a recession, has been going from strength to strength.

InterNations is the largest global network for expatriates, with communities in 420 cities around the world. Meet fellow global minds in your city of residence or get to know local expatriates before you're moving or traveling abroad and never feel like a stranger. InterNations makes it easy for you to stay in touch with your expat friends, both online and offline, so you can grow your network of friends and contacts from all over the world. Whether they live in Peru or Saudi Arabia, InterNations allows you to be close to them even if they are miles away.

Get to Know Expats to Share Your Adventure in Uruguay With

InterNations is a secure and private network with dedicated members who understand the guiding principles of the community, which include being friendly, helpful, and welcoming towards all our members. As every member has been approved by us before being able to join our community, you can be sure you're interacting in a safe environment both online and offline. With this in mind, one of the benefits of InterNations is joining up with other like-minded expats. You can do this by searching through the events calendar and the various groups that we offer. Here you will find the interesting and fun groups and events taking place in Uruguay, such as the Arts and Culture Group in Montevideo, and the capital's Wine Explorers Group. By joining a group you will meet other expats who understand your current situation. It's always great to have people you can relate to, especially when you have made a big move to another country.

  • Giovanni Gallo

    I have lived in many countries before, and now I like sharing my experience as an expat with members of the Quito Community.

  • Kristina Serou

    It's all about finding more expats in Uruguay and beyond to build a network -- InterNations makes it happen.

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