10 Best Places to Retire in Norway

10. Sandefjord

In the tenth place on our list is Sandefjord, a town with 40,000 residents and it is one of the richest cities in the region, but people in this city, live very modestly and they are not wasteful. Houses are roughly similar, and people are driving classic cars. In addition to the meat processing, industry, and whaling, Sandefjord is also known as a tourist town. From the aspect of the cost, for the normal life, it is necessary to set aside around $3,200. The renting of a one-bedroom apartment will cost you somewhat $900 while the price of an apartment per square foot is around $250. The percentage of physicians per 1,000 population is 3.43%.

Best Places to Retire in Norway