Outside Buenos Aires, Argentina boasts one of the most affordable costs of living on earth.
For non-Americans, Belize offers the opportunity for tax-free living.
One of our editors' top picks both for lifestyle and investment.
Chile offers near-First World lifestyle for less overall than you'd pay in North America or Europe.
This beautiful land of ancient emperors is exotic and ultra-affordable.
Colombia is quickly becoming one of the next great expat destinations.
One of the first countries to advertise itself as a retirement destination.
Dubrovnik is one of the most romantic, beautiful, and historic cities on earth.
The Dominican Republic offers both cheap beachfront property and a low cost of living.
Everything you've heard about Ecuador is true. The country offers perennial springtime in the mountains.
This beautiful rainforest country was at one time the world's top retirement haven.
Outside Paris, this country can be much more affordable than you might imagine.
This beautiful mountainous country is home to Antigua, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
India is one of the cheapest places in the world to retire as a foreigner.
This South Asian archipelago is home to the charming and affordable tropical island of Bali.
The Emerald Isle makes more sense from a cost of living point of view than it has in more than a decade.
Your dream of la dolce vita could be more affordable than you think.
This little friendly laid-back country lies at the crossroads of Southeast Asia.
Malaysia in general welcomes foreign retirees with its My Second Home program, making retiree residency easy to obtain.
Mexico is home to the biggest established populations of American expats in the world.
The world's best place to escape the world. Safe, secure, and remote, New Zealand is our top pick for part-time expatriate living.
A country working hard to set itself firmly on the path of peace, prosperity, and open markets.
With its strategic geographic position and its Canal, is an important point on the world map.
Charming and delightful, Portugal has a pleasant climate that dominates the country for most of the year
Romania is a big Central European country that makes big sense right now for big, central production.
Complete with great beaches, markets, restaurants, attractions, and fiestas, Spain offers an attractive lifestyle for many.
Thailand is arguably the cheapest place on earth to live well.
An alternative to the usual Mediterranean picks, Turkey boasts warm seas, sunshine, and an affordable lifestyle.
Uruguay qualifies as sleepy, which is both a pro and a con. But un-sleepy Buenos Aires is only a quick flight or ferry ride away.
Vietnam is a welcoming land of stunning beaches and cool mountain retreats.
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