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Destination Overview

Argentina is the largest Spanish-speaking nation and the eighth largest country in the world.

It is located in southeastern South America and is nestled among Bolivia, Paraguay, Brazil, Uruguay, Chili, and the South Atlantic Ocean. The country was colonized by Spain in the 1500s and has hosted many European immigrants over the centuries, giving it a rich and very European atmosphere. Argentina has been described as the “Paris of Latin America,” and its reasonable cost of living makes it a very attractive destination.

Quick Info

  • Currency: Peso
  • Electricity: 220-240V, 50 Hz AC
  • Languages: Spanish (official), English, Italian, German, French
  • Population: 42 Million


Housing costs can vary heavily depending on the location and quality of housing. Higher quality housing can increase cost by approximately 25-40%.

Typical Costs

Temporary Accommodation
  • Unfurnished Apartment: Ranges from $1,000 for a 1-bedroom to $5,000 for a 4 bedroom.
  • Furnished Apartment: Ranges from $1,200 for a 1-bedroom to $6,000 for a 4-bedroom.
Permanent Accommodation
  • Unfurnished House: Ranges from $2,300 for a 2-bedroom to $6,000 for a 4 bedroom.
  • Furnished House: Ranges from $2,800 for a 2-bedroom to $7,000 for a 4-bedroom.
  • For the standard 24 month lease, security deposit is equivalent to two month’s rent.
  • For temporary leases the deposit is equivalent to one month’s rent.

Fun Fact

The tooth fairy in Argentina is a little mouse called “El Raton Perez” who scampers into childrens’ rooms at night and replaces the baby tooth under their pillows with coins.


Schooling costs can vary, but the typical costs for school are included below.

Typical Costs

  • Local and International Schools are available
Average Annual Cost
  • Annual cost for International Schools USD 8,000-12,000 except for the Lincoln School
  • Lincoln School annual cost is between USD 15,000-25,000 plus a capital assessment (one time fee when enrolling) of USD 10,000 per child.

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Fast Facts

  • Elevations

    Both the highest and lowest elevations in the Western Hemisphere are in Argentina.

  • Cerro Aconcagua

    Cerro Aconcagua is the tallest mountain (6960 m), while Laguna del Carbon is the lowest point (-105 m).

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