6 Ideal Overseas Cities for a Fresh Chapter in Life


Sometimes, life in the United States can seem overwhelming, and each year, thousands of people decide to start over in a new country.

Where would you move to if you had the choice? Recently, men and women engaged in an online discussion over this topic en route to revealing the ideal cities they’d move to in a heartbeat.

In the eyes of countless travelers, London reigns supreme as the city most often chosen as a potential residence. It’s arguably the cultural and economic center of all of Europe, and the history within its city limits is unparalleled.

London, England

Barcelona is a perfect place to start fresh, from the friendly and accepting culture to the unbelievable cuisine! I couldn’t resist endless glasses of Spanish reds and all the tapas I could handle. “I love the climate, I know some Spanish, it’s a big city (but not too big), and you can get anywhere you need to go by walking or taking the amazing public transit,” reveals one woman. “Plus, it’s a beautiful place.”

Barcelona, Spain

Amsterdam is one of those remarkable cities that everyone falls in love with immediately upon first visiting. From its breathtaking architecture to the canal system to bicyclists everywhere, it’s no surprise that Amsterdam is a must-visit city for any traveler.

Amsterdam, Netherlands

The low cost of living and friendly residents are big reasons why Americans would love to move to Madrid. As someone who doesn’t particularly care for large metropolises like New York City, Madrid is right up my alley. Although it’s a big city, it has a small-town feel and is impressively walkable.

Madrid, Spain

As an avid bike rider, moving to Prague is an enticing proposition. It’s one of the most green-friendly places in the world, and by all accounts, it’s lovely to live in.”I live about an hour outside Prague and love it,” confesses one man.

Prague, Czech Republic

Did you know that Portugal is one of the few European cities that grants residency to Americans who own property there? It’s true; this aspect of Portgual, combined with affordable housing and a low cost of living, makes cities like Lisbon highly appealing to anyone wanting to move out of the United States.

Lisbon, Portugal

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