Thirty of Journal Report's most exciting profiles of retirement destinations across the U.S. and overseas, complete with photos and quick facts that will help you see at a glance how these various destinations compare with one another.
This is not yet another list of the "best" places to retire. (The sheer number of surveys, seemingly, gives almost every town and city the chance to be No. 1.) After all, the best place for you depends on what you want. Instead, think of this as a list of 30 of the most interesting places to retire - places that you might not have thought of, but that certainly are deserving of your attention.
Our goal is to show you why the people who have retired to these places love them. Only then can you decide whether you might love them, too.
· Bloomington, Indiana, where bicycling is the preferred form of travel, and the University of Indiana gives older adults the chance to feel like students again.
· Cannon Beach, Oregon, with its stunning coastline and abundance of bookstores.
· Cheyenne, Wyoming, a state capital with a small-town feel (and a wonderfully low cost of living),
· Dijon, France, whose enormous (and Gustave Eiffel-designed) fresh market in the center of town offers some of the finest delicacies in Europe.
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