Your three-story home hugs the medieval wall of an Italian village. The settlement has an ancient origin, dating back to the Etruscan civilization. Your views are breathtaking. Far below are fields of vines and olive trees, and vast tracts of forest.
Costa Rica is among the safest and most stable countries anywhere on my beat. For many Americans and Europeans seeking a warm-weather escape, Costa Rica is a beacon of dependability.
Costa Rica has been a favorite retirement destination for three decades now. If you are not sure that Costa Rica checks all your boxes yet, this presentation will give you convincing reasons why this naturally beautiful country may be the right fit for the next phase of your life. With numerous personal photos and stories, Read more...: Costa Rica: An Eternal Favorite
Though Panama has much in common with its Latin American neighbors, its culture and history make it very different indeed. What do potential expats need to know and why do they continue to choose Panama? In this talk IL Panama Editor Jessica Ramesch answers these questions and more to give you a better understanding of Read more...: Panama: A Modern Rising Star With Unique Latin Flair
Are you considering retiring in some place warm and exotic without giving up life’s conveniences? Then you should definitely consider retiring in Mexico. The U.S.’s southern neighbor consistently makes International Living’s list of the 5 top countries to live in. Mexico boasts a great quality of life, natural beauty, modern infrastructure, and safety. You should also consider retirement in Mexico because it Read more...: Mexico: A Dream Retirement South of the Border
Imagine living just a 20-minute flight from a world-class island destination…a 45-minute ferry from a tiny haven called the Island of Flowers…or an hour’s drive from an expansive, uncrowded beach that is home to an exuberant expat community.
If you’re someone who is looking for the conveniences of a good-sized city close to the beach and the mountains, I may have found the sweet spot for you. Especially if you are a trailblazer—someone who would enjoy the experience of immersing yourself in a new language and culture.
Most visitors to Portugal arrive at the international airport in Lisbon. With so much to see in and around this major metropolitan area, many vacationers concentrate their time there, soaking up life on its bustling streets, savoring the legendary cuisine, and exploring a local castle or two. If they venture away from the capital, they Read more...: 6 Top Praias Fluviais—Portugal’s River Beaches