10 Best Places to Retire in Sweden

If you like snow and winter sports, but at same time you are fond of warm summers as well, read the article about the best places to retire in Sweden. Insider Monkey recently published an article in which we can find lots of interesting facts about this topic. According to the World Happiness Report from 2017, Sweden was ranked in the top 10 of the happiest country in the world.

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We have picked three cities from Insider Monkey’s article: Stockholm, Lulea and Helsingborg. In Stockholm the IM Score is 12, cost of living index is 89.89 and the hospital to population ratio is 37,316. The weather is nice with the temperature is 24/69°F, rainy days: 6/25, while sunny days: 4/21. If you can handle the big cost of living and being in the Nordic’s most populous city, then welcome to Stockholm. It is a global city and Sweden’s administrative and cultural center. The weather is rather pleasant, and there is always something happening. You can spend your days in museums, art galleries, amusement parks or just engage in a peaceful walk in the park. If you want to live in a quiet neighborhood, you will have to settle being a bit more far away from city’s center. . In Lulea the IM score is 16, cost of living index is 86.50 and the hospital to population ratio is 12,653. The weather is very nice with the temperature is 9/64°F, rainy days: 3/24, while sunny days: 5/17. If you don’t mind the long winters with lots of snow, there is no reason not to consider Lulea. When the summer comes, everything becomes much brighter. The city hosts numerous theater and music festivals through the year while having multiple other attractions. Also, if you like winter sports, you’ll feel like home. . In Helsingborg the IM score is 19, cost of living index is 63.79 and the hospital to population ratio is 66,005. The weather is very nice with the temperature is 32/65°F, rainy days: 10/28, while sunny days: 1/19. If you want to be able to hop to Denmark from time to time, then settle in Helsingborg. Get an apartment on the coast, and you will even see the Danish city Helsingborg from your window. In the summer times, you can enjoy in the city’s beaches, gardens and open-air cafés. In the winter, there are numerous architectural, artistic and cultural attractions to fulfill your day.

For any further useful information, you should read Insider Monkey’s article about 10 best places to retire in Sweden

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