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Chile is a country that is not quite outstanding in anything unless we're talking coastline length. But when you look closer at the sum of its characteristics, it turns out to be a great place to live that scores high in quality of life, freedom, and safety.
Valdivia is a small river town in southern Chile that is surrounded by green hills and is close to the ocean. The city is home to three universities — this makes it a great option for somebody who is searching for a balance between a peaceful remote location and a lively community.
This site is an introductory guide for moving to Valdivia and Chile, but travelers might also find it useful. This is a volunteer project that we started because of the general lack of information about both the city and the country. Despite a humble population of ,, the city has very developed infrastructure: quality healthcare and education, reliable public transportation, lots of cafes and restaurants, a variety of service industries, big supermarkets, and small specialized stores.
The Valdivian climate is similar to that of New Zealand and the state of Washington: dry hot summers and mild rainy winters. The city is green and walkable, with many parks and recreational zones.
It's not far from lakes, mountains, national nature reserves, and the ocean. It's safe to say that most Valdivians are warm and welcoming, and that there are plenty of events and meetups. Check out more details in the city guide. Chile is a developed and safe country. It's stable both economically and politically, having a high degree of economic and personal freedoms. There is little corruption and the immigration process is not complicated. Here's a quick overview of its rankings in different world indices to put this in perspective:.