10 Best Cities for Retirement

Retirement is something to look forward to. Major decisions no longer have to be centered on work and you can take ownership of your life. One of the most important things to consider when putting your house in order after retirement is where you want to spend this phase of your life. Choosing a place to do this is no mean feat. This is why we have helped you put together a list of the best cities to retire.

Largo, Florida

Largo has a high population of seniors—nearly half the population is 50 or more—and is home to many vibrant beaches. The city has a sunny climate and is very walkable. The Largo Central Park has fountains and great picnic spots. You can go to the Central Park Performing Arts Center for great theater performances and music. It also has many golf courses for recreation.

If you live in Largo, you get exempted from state income tax, courtesy of the city of Florida. The houses are affordable [1]. The median home price is about $211,000, which is lower than the national median. The city has a population of just over 80,000 and a lot of active retirement communities to choose from.