This is the best city to retire to, according to a survey

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Looking for the most out of your retirement? Head to Florida.

With Americans getting ready to head out of the workforce for more eased living, a new study found that Florida offers some of the best options for retirement.

Personal finance website WalletHub said Orlando and Tampa, FL are the top two cities to retire in in 2019. The study assigned each city a total score based on different metrics like affordability, activities, quality of lie, and health care ranking.

Miami also placed in the top five for best retirement cities, while Fort Lauderdale and Cape Coral also featured inside the top 10.

Other cities like Scottsdale, AZ and Charleston, SC were some of the top retirement cities.

If you’re thinking about where the best weather is, look out west — California had three cities — Glendale, Riverside, and Bakersfield — that were ranked the best for mild weather. As for cities with the worst mild weather, Juneau, AK and Buffalo, NY took the best worst weather spots.

Best Cities to Retire

1. Orlando, FL
2. Tampa, FL
3. Scottsdale, AZ
4. Charleston, SC
5. Miami, FL
6. Denver, CO
7. Fort Lauderdale, FL
8. Cape Coral, FL
9. Minneapolis, MN
10. Cheyenne, WY

Worst Cities to Retire

173. Providence, RI
174. Baltimore, MD
175. Rancho Cucamonga, CA
176. Fresno, CA
177. Newark, NJ
178. Bakersfield, CA
179. San Bernardino, CA
180. Warwick, RI
181. Bridgeport, CT
182. Stockton, CA