There are large number of places in the world where it’s amazing to retire but now let’s speak about the best places to retire in Brazil. Insider Monkey recently published an article about this topic giving us some very useful tips. Brazil is the largest and most powerful country of South America, so it is worth having a look at it. So get your sunglasses and suntan lotion, and pack into your luggage!
If you hezitate to move to Brazil, you may be convinced by the low prices, beautiful beaches, rich culture and delicious cuisine.
Now without a further ado let’s see what Insider Monkey has investigated for us. We have picked three cties from their list as usual.
The first one is Brasilia. IM score is 14, rent cost is $330, meal cost is $6.65, and hospital to population ratio is 50,935. The temperature is 73/80°F, rainy days are 0/30, while the sunny days: 0/29. Brasilia is the country’s administrative center and place where you will probably meet the most English speaking people. The special appeal of the city is its modern architecture and the artistic planning that have been recognized by UNESCO who choose the city as the World Heritage Site. The city is especially vibrant at night and offers a unique experience for all the newcomers. The second city is Campinas. IM score is 17, rent cost is $305, meal cost is $6.95, and hospital to population ratio is 44,408. The temperature is 65/80°F, rainy days are 4/31, while the sunny days: 0/23. Campinas roughly translates to “grass fields” and it stays true to its name. The city is filled with parks, botanic gardens, and natural attractions. The weather is pleasant with warm winters, while the summers are often rainy and vary between warm and hot. In case you are not a nature lover, you’ll find plenty of other interesting things in Campinas, starting from the museums to historical landmarks. Natal is the last city for today. IM score is 19, rent cost is $290, meal cost is $6.35, and hospital to population ratio is 37,480. The temperature is 83/88°F.
For any further interesting information read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 best places to retire in Brazil.