The Best Places to Retire in the World

Having a fact that every body will get older and we can’t do anything to prenvent that. We can only live a good life in the rest of our life. So that, choose places to retire is something we pay much attention to. Here we give some advices about best places to live, to retire to have the best comfortable lifestyle in this beautiful life when you get more of age.

Belize

International Living is the first one to state that Belize isn’t the most affordable country in the Caribbean. Looking at real estate prices, I’d have to agree. While you can purchase a home for a little less than some areas of the US, Europe or Canada, if you want a place right on the water, then you could be looking at spending a little more. With that said, IL suggests that some services are cheaper than what you’d pay in your home country, with the average couple needing approximately $3000 per month to live comfortably.

Belize

Belize with beautiful beaches

Of course, Belize has the perfect climate. Situated on the Caribbean, just south of Mexico, it has beautiful beaches with the flavor of small-town living. Plus, IL suggests that its banking system is secure and favors foreign investors.

If that isn’t enough to attract you, Belize has set-up a program for what they call Qualified Retired Persons (QRPs) , which enables retirees to import their goods without imposing a fee or penalty. In addition, they offer tax-free income that you earn from outside the country. It is easy to say that Belize is one of the best places to retire

Brazil

Brazil

Brazil

With the country voting in its first female president and with a growing, thriving economy, Brazil makes the list. According to IL, real estate prices, including beachfront properties are still affordable – often more affordable than other tropical destinations, such as Belize or some parts of Mexico. Yet, with Brazil’s economy on the rise, your property can also turn into an investment. Plus, a rich culture, changing landscapes (including the Amazon Basin), Brazil offers a home where you’ll fully enjoy your retirement. Let's consider it as the last destination of your life.

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

Costa Rica

>>> See more:

According to International Living, Costa Rica has one of the highest life expectancies in the world and with excellent universal health care. It seems to be one of the best place to retire in the world. Costa Rica is also economically stable and with a strong history of democracy, and great beach side communities, I can see why Costa Rica makes the list. While Costa Rica is one of the most expensive countries in Central and South America, it does offer retirees a cost of living that is much lower than North America and most European countries: International Living estimates that approximately $1000-2000 USD a month is enough to sustain a nice lifestyle.

Ecuador

Ecuador

Ecuador has received a lot of great press recently, with International Living claiming that Cuenca is the best city to retire to in the world. Surrounded by volcanoes, Cuenca offers temperate climate, a rich culture that extends to their colonial architecture and on top of all that, it’s the least expensive city in which to live (less than $17,000 per year). I’ve been to Ecuador, and I’d have to say that the best part are the people. They’re kind, generous and so warm and welcoming. It was by far one of my favorite places. Of course, Ecuador also has a diverse eco-system with both the Amazon and the Galapagos within their borders. I highly recommend visiting, or perhaps even staying.

France

France

  France in overview

If you’re looking for good health care (best in the world, but foreign retirees need to purchase private insurance), a rich culture and cities with moderate climates, France is another alternative. With many properties available for under $100,000, France is an excellent choice.

Let's imagine we have a long vacation in these best places and enjoy life, it has surely lots of fun.

Facebook totalreview.net
More news

HOT TOPIC

Most Viewed TOP Vote