Italy has quickly become a retirement hot-spot. It has multiple terrain options for expats to choose from, a wealth of culture and dishes that will appease even the pickiest of eaters. In the HSCB Expat Explorer Survey Italy is ranked number one within numerous categories. A few of those top areas include the local culture, use of the local language, local weather and accessible health diet options. Italy also ranks high on the list when it comes to expats enjoying the local food, fitting in with the new culture, being able to visit local shops and markets, owning more than one property and being able to use local transportation. Expats find the costs of living in Italy are one of the multiple reasons to enjoy their new found home.
If you will be retiring in Italy you will be able to benefit from all of the pleasantries that Italy has to offer and depending on your location, do so off a conservative salary, according to AARP. Retirement is a time to relax and enjoy all that life has to offer. However, it is still essential to prepare for the unexpected by purchasing your retirement insurance for Italy. This is especially important if you will be applying for an elective residency visa, which requires valid international health insurance.
There are many expatriate plan options to choose from when it comes to purchasing your retirement insurance for Italy. To assist you in your hunt, we have created an easy to use insurance comparison chart. This chart will help aid in finding the plan that you need so you can tie up the loose ends and finally start enjoying retirement.
Whether you plan on retiring among the Italian Alps, within Sicily or deep inside Tuscany, it is important to find an expatriate health insurance plan that will fit your lifestyle. Contact one of our licensed agents today for assistance finding your retirement insurance for Italy.
You might also be interested in some of our other information pertaining to Italy: Travel Insurance for Seniors 65 Years or older.