With their vibrant cultures, excellent hospitals, and opportunities to attend sporting events, America’s college towns make lovely places to retire.
According to U.S. News & World Report, you should highly consider communities like Austin, Pittsburgh, and Nashville.
Here’s what they say about Music City:
Tennessee’s state capital city is best known for its association with country music, but the area is also home to several institutions of higher learning, including Vanderbilt University and Tennessee State University. Vanderbilt University has an Osher Lifelong Learning Institute that provides noncredit courses, programs and trips for adults age 50 and over, with recent topics including American popular music, contours of the Haitian past and the Bible’s most misunderstood texts. The Vanderbilt University Medical Center provides health care services to the community. Nashville is home to four professional sports teams and several NCAA Division I sports programs, including the Vanderbilt Commodores and Tennessee State Tigers.