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Places To Consider Relocating To Once You're Retired

There’s something magical about the thought of retirement and being able to explore the world and literally do whatever you feel like for the remainder of your life. It’s like a reward for all of the hard work that you’ve given throughout your life. One thing that many people do once they have retired, is to relocate to a different part of the world to live their days out, and it’s usually a place that’s a lot warmer and a lot prettier than what they’re used to. If this is something that you’re considering, take a look at these places to consider relocating to once you hit retirement age.


Bulgaria

Bulgaria is the type of place that you’d imagine to be rather run down. It is in fact, the complete opposite. Bulgaria is an up and coming country that is becoming increasingly more popular for tourists because of its natural beauty and the sheer price of living. Many couples are choosing to relocate to Bulgaria because house prices are insanely low and the weather is absolutely beautiful 90% of the time. Tourist season generally ranges from March to October, so you’ve got six months of the year where you’re living completely without tourists around the place. Saying that, it’s never bustling full of tourists, so even during tourist season you can expect to live a peaceful and happy life.

There are a plethora of new apartments by the beach that have been built over the past ten years, or you could opt for your own home further into the countryside to enjoy many peaceful years.

Singapore

Singapore is a place of pure beauty. With a plethora of beautiful buildings and sites to see, you can’t go wrong if you’re looking to retire to a place that’s easy on the eyes. Singapore is also among the lowest crime rates in the world, so you know that you’ll be safer than ever before. You can buy fully, part, or even empty furnished homes at extremely reasonable prices with HDB Singapore. It’s a quaint city-state that’s packed full of things to do, places to see, and also immerse yourself in the history of this beautiful location.

Greece

Greece is somewhere that everyone should visit at least once in their lives. If you’ve never been, you can choose from thousands of tiny islands to visit and stay. Once you’ve been once you won’t ever want to return to what you call normality. Why not skip the heartache of leaving Greece and relocate there? You can buy quaint villas overlooking the crystal blue waters and white sandy beaches. Another big attraction of Greece is that the film Mamma Mia was filmed on one of the incredible islands, and if you’ve ever seen the film I’m sure you’ll agree that it would be pure heaven to live out your life in a place of such beauty. The price of living isn’t extortionate either, so you won’t have to scrimp to keep your money at bay!

Indonesia

Indonesia is another country that you may not think of relocating to because of the lack of media coverage that it receives. It’s another one of those locations that will take your breath away with the pure beauty and innocence of the country. With only one airport, you won’t have people constantly travelling in and out of the country, and you will be living among some of the most civilized people in the world. With plenty of events and celebrations to join in with, you will soon feel right at home! There are also many species of wildlife that can only be found in their jungles! You can also rest assured that you won’t be cold when living in Indonesia, as the weather is very tropical, so you can expect rain and beautiful sun! One final thing, Indonesia is home to some of the most beautiful sunsets that you could ever lay your eyes on, so expect to be in awe each evening as the sun sets!

Canada

A slightly different kind of location to consider is Canada. A place with tons of history and a vast array of weather conditions. Enjoy the sunshine in the summer months and cosy up in your home in the winter when the snow comes! Known as one of the most friendliest places on earth, you will feel right at home moving to Canada! The country also offers universal healthcare, so you can rest assured that you will be well taken care of if you do decide to relocate to this beautiful country!

Monaco

One of the most attractive reasons to relocate to Monaco is the amount of taxes that you have to pay are significantly reduced. Nobody likes paying tax and unfortunately it’s a part of life that we can’t really escape. However, imagine retiring to one of the most beautiful and southern parts of France and not having to pay as much tax on top of the cost of living? You can also expect to move into a plush home overlooking some breathtaking views! Another bonus? Monaco attracts a wealthier crowd so you’d be living among the richest and possibly even famous! Also, much alike Singapore it’s among the safest places in the world to live. If glorious weather all year round is something that you think you can get on board with, then Monaco is most definitely a place that you should consider relocating to! With mild winters and hot summers, your tan won’t ever suffer!

Consider these six locations if you’re planning on relocating when you retire so that you can check them out and ultimately, fall in love with each individual place. The next step is choosing which one to relocate to!

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  1. Now you have retired and should share your relocation plans too. Las Vegas is not in the above list. LOL

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