Why you should move to Uruguay?
Expats in Uruguay agree that the best thing about living in Uruguay is the friendly people.
In addition to the friendly locals, the weather, beautiful beaches and stable economy make it a great place to live..
Is it safe to go to Uruguay?
In the 2020 Global Peace Index, Uruguay ranks 35 out of 163 countries when it comes to safety and peace in the country. According to the report, in South America overall Uruguay is the number one most peaceful country out of 11 in the region.
Why is Uruguay so safe?
So… How Safe Is Uruguay Really? Given the fact that Uruguay is one of the most economically developed countries in South America with a low level of corruption and a high living standard, it can easily be concluded that it is, for the most part, a very safe country – the safest on the entire continent.
Is Uruguay expensive to visit?
There is no way around it – Uruguay is not a cheap country for travellers. In fact, it’s probably the most expensive place in South America, especially should you choose to take a trip here during the peaks months of January and February.
What’s life like in Uruguay?
Beautiful beaches, friendly people, well-maintained public services, reasonable living costs, and a Western quality of life – this and many more benefits can be found in Uruguay, the richest country in Latin America.
Can foreigners buy property in Uruguay?
In Uruguay, you, as a foreign individual, can buy and hold real estate in your own name. You don’t need a local partner, a trust, or a corporation. You don’t even need to become a legal resident or get a Uruguayan tax identification number. And you can own any type of real estate, the same as a Uruguayan citizen.
Is Uruguay poor or rich?
Uruguay stands out in Latin America for being an egalitarian society and for its high income per capita, low level of inequality and poverty and the almost complete absence of extreme poverty. In relative terms, its middle class is the largest in America, and represents more than 60% of its population.
Do they speak English in Uruguay?
There are a couple of widely spoken languages in Uruguay – unfortunately English is not one of them! Spanish is the official language, with almost all the population speaking it. Around 15% of the population speaks Uruguayan Portuguese, mostly in the north of the country towards the Brazilian border.
Is Montevideo dangerous?
Montevideo is one of the safest cities in Latin America but it is still a capital city and there is small-scale petty crime that a traveller may encounter. One thing that may surprise you is that Montevideans will look out for you, often literally stopping you in the street and telling you to be careful*.