7) San Diego
San Diego is one of California’s most beautiful cities and has been attracting retirees from all over the nation since the end of World War II. Chock full of public parks and marine culture, downtown San Diego offers a variety of outdoor activities and attractions for seniors interested in sightseeing and people watching. With a near perfect climate and local economy thriving on fresh seafood, gourmet California cuisine, education from UCSD, and various waterfront attractions, San Diego is the poster city for quality of living and overall prosperity. Despite its high cost of living and busy traffic, the is little to complain about with San Diego. Retirees can appreciate the metro’s low crime rates, access to medical facilities, moderate political positioning, and rich naval history.
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