Ever since in the 30’s, people start working hard and saving up for their retirement plans. Many people have one major goal – and that is to build a house in a peaceful place where they can happily spend their old age. However, these major plans come up with major doubts and questions. One such frequently asked question is – “Which is the best city to retire”?
Before you decide on a city, there are a few prerequisites that need to be taken care of. Depending on the climate, standard of living, crime rate, healthcare and public transportation, you get to weigh which cities make a cut and which ones don’t. We understand that you might have a wide plethora of cities that you might want to consider retiring in. But are they really the ideal ones?
Here we have enlisted the top 4 cities to retire in India. Let’s see if your city is on the list!
Planned and Designed by the famous architect, Le Corbusier, Chandigarh is one of the most peaceful and beautiful of them all. The city is known to have one of the best infrastructures in the country along with the highest per-capita income. With an ample number of gardens and affordable public transportation, Chandigarh also shares a strategic location. It is close to the national capital, New Delhi and also holds a well-functioning airport, railway and bus station.
With a boosting healthcare industry, the private and government hospitals are quite accessible. Also, the low crime rates make it an ideal city to retire in the country and sets an overall outstanding example to the rest!
Located on the east coast of India, Bhubaneshwar is one of the safest and religious cities in the country. It is the capital of the State of Odisha, with multi-speciality healthcare facilities available. The city also has the lowest electricity prices in India.
Accessibility to nearby cities and states is quite easy through rail, road and air. Also, immense greenery makes it one of the most beautiful cities on the coast.
Serene and calm, Pune is the ultimate destination for most people. With beautiful, picturesque forests and hills, Pune also qualifies as one of the safest on the west coast. With enormous and accessible connectivity with the major city – Mumbai, Pune also proves to be one of the most strategically located city.
Known for its lovely weather, Pune also is an ambition for young college goers and the corporate world. Emerging as a futuristic town, this city could definitely be on your list.
A beautiful valley amongst the mighty Himalayas – Dehradun, is also the capital city of the state of Uttarakhand. A pleasant climate throughout the year, Dehradun also offers beautiful views of the surrounding hills and accessible connectivity to major landmarks like Rishikesh, Haridwar and Mussoorie. As the city is not exposed to urbanization, the real estate prices are low thus, making it a great city to invest in.
Safety is utmost with a huge group of young college-going crowd. There is no doubt that you would fall in love with this city at your first glance.
Now that we have enlisted the cities, are you excited about any one of them in particular? Let us know in the comments below!