These Are The 50 Cheapest Countries To Live In And #1 Actually Sounds Like A Badass Place To Live For A Few Years

by 2 years ago

I’d never advocate leaving America permanently and setting up shop in a new country. I love my home, but I do think it’s fun to spend extend periods of time abroad. Likewise I enjoy looking at what it might cost to live abroad in places outside of the United States or Europe, that’s why I was pretty intrigued by the findings below. Also, is it just me or does it seem like TIME Magazine is ranking EVERYTHING these days? Well, in this latest round of rankings they’ve released a list of ‘the 50 cheapest countries to live‘ in, a list that piqued my curiosity.

Frankly, I could see myself living in #1 for a year or so. It has an climate (you still get all the seasons), amazing eco diversity, and if you want to spend a little extra for luxurious options that’s certainly available. Before I give away too much let’s look at the list, down below is the methodology that TIME used to formulate this ranking:

The 50 Cheapest Countries To Live

50. Belarus
49. Peru
48. Lithuania
47. Croatia
46. Morocco
45. Latvia
44. Portugal
43. Egypt
42. Armenia
41. Philippines
40. Bangladesh
39. Russia
38. Hungary
37. Syria
36. Slovenia
35. Germany
34. Tunisia
33. Spain
32. Estonia
31. Turkey
30. Brazil


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