On Wednesday March 8, CNN Money International, published a list of the “Top Ten Places to Retire Abroad“, according to International Living, a website that has been helping people retire overseas for more than 30 years. If you’re new to the idea of retiring abroad, this website will give you good tips on travel, buying real estate and enjoying life overseas.
If you’re dreaming of retiring on a tropical island or in some exotic overseas locale, there’s no shortage of affordable places that fit the bill.
Mexico, takes the top spot on International Living’s list of best places to retire overseas. The city of Merida is located in close proximity to numerous beaches and mountains, it offers plenty of outdoor options.
If museums are your thing, then you’re also in luck. The city of Merida is known for its ancient Mayan treasures and culture.
Twice a week, you can take part in a traditional Vaqueria —a Yucatan cultural and economic tradition that involves classic dishes and plenty of dancing. With good weather and a low cost of living, it’s not much of a surprise that more than 3,000 American retirees call Merida home.
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