It is the only city that has it all; beaches, mountains, lakes, diversity, and opportunity.The World Cup and the Olympics have launched a massive flow of investment into the country which will only improve the viability and attractiveness for foreigners.Here are the best places to live in South America: The small country nestled in northeastern South America will impress you as much as any other country.
Living in Chile for over 3 months allowed me to get acquainted to the model of prosperity in South America.
The only First World nation on the continent, Chile is an incredibly interesting country that has nothing but open arms for foreigners.
The country has become more politically stable and it has rebuilt its reputation that was once marred by civil war and terrorism.
The country has an abundance of culture and the people are some of the nicest that one will find on the continent.
Taking surveys of locals of how happy they are is faulty as well.
How many of those locals have actually step foot outside of their own homes?
There is also limited connectivity to its neighbors and it possesses a currency that is not readily convertible.
Living in Peru is the best bet for those that are budget conscious.
It is one of the most expensive places to live in South America but one would be surprised at the low cost of housing.