Dreaming about leaving everything and moving to another country? Well, it’s pretty achievable!
Every year International Living journal publishes a list of countries that are perfect for those who want to live abroad and work as a freelancer. The list is created based on different criteria – climate, costs of living, healthcare, etc.
Beautiful World would like to share the best 10 countries of the list 2019 that are perfect for living. Pack yourself.
Pros: Warm climate, but hurricanes might happen. Currency — American dollar. Cheap and quality healthcare. Excellent infrastructure, fast internet.
Prices: The monthly budget for a couple — from $ 1,765 to $ 2,890 in the capital, in other cities — even less.
Apartments by the sea — $ 650 per month for a one-room apartment (you can also find cheaper)
Cinema ticket — $ 6.
Men’s haircut — $ 3
Business lunch — $ 7-10
2. Costa Rica
Pros: Fishing, golf, horse riding, surfing, hiking, diving, yoga and so on. Warm sunny weather, markets with fresh fruits and vegetables. Stable democracy.
Prices: The monthly budget for one person is $ 1,585–2,960. For a couple, $ 2,500 or less.
Lunch at the restaurant — $ 4-5
Visit to the doctor — up to $ 50.
Pros: Rich culture, colorful homes, art, music, theater. Famous beaches.
Prices: The budget for one person is $ 1,500–2,250 per month, for two — $ 1,500–3,000
Pros: Clean nature, friendly people, excellent level of service and modern cities. And the climate is like in paradise — from hot beaches to cool highlands.
Prices: The monthly budget for one is $ 1,170–1,275. For a couple, about $ 1,620.
One- room apartment for rent — from $ 400 per month, $ 450 within walking distance from the beach and $ 700 with sea views.
Pros: the entire population speaks English. Very cheap houses. Fast, cheap and convenient public transport.
Prices: The monthly budget for one is $ 1,000–1,500, and $ 1,500–2,500 per month is enough for a luxurious life for two.
Lunch at the restaurant — from $ 5
Pros: Affordable world-class medicine. Friendly, hospitable people.
Prices: The monthly budget for one is $ 1,200–1,600, for two — about $ 2,191 in the best area of Medellin.
Traditional local lunch — $ 2-3, lunch in an expensive restaurant — up to $ 10.
Pros: Slow life, very hospitable people. Stunning beauty — from historical sites to gorgeous beaches.
Prices: The monthly budget for one is about $ 2,034, in Lisbon a little more expensive. A couple can comfortably live on $ 2,500 a month.
Three-course lunch with coffee costs about $ 10
Pros: Machu Picchu. Kilometers of beaches and delicious cuisine.
Prices: One person can comfortably live on $ 1,146 a month. For a couple, $ 2,000 a month is enough.
Three-course lunch — $ 2.50.
Pros: it is impossible to get bored here — everyone will find something to their liking. The country is located in the very center of Southeast Asia, which makes it an excellent place for exploring the region.
Prices: The budget for one is $ 952–1,153 per month.
Rent a modern studio apartment — $ 400 per month.
Rent a house on the beach— up to $ 1,500 per month.
Plus: The best beaches in Europe. The highest standard of living. One of the best healthcare systems in the world. Delicious food.
Prices: Anywhere in Spain, the budget for one is $ 2,000 or even less per month. For two — about $ 2,500 per month.
Which place would you like to visit first?