How to retire in Slovenia
Slovenia does not have a retirement visa for non-citizens of the European Union, so you will need to start your retirement plans by applying for a temporary residence permit for one year before leaving your country.
The permit must be renewed every year. After five years of living in Slovenia with this visa, you can apply for permanent residence. It will be done fairly quickly. To apply for temporary residence, you must prove that you have an income at least equal to the basic minimum income in Slovenia, which currently equals around $1,000 per month.
Europeans have long viewed Spain as a warm and sunny retreat, and it remains one of the continent’s most popular cities for expats. Read on to find out how you can retire in Spain.
With low food costs, natural beauty and hardly any winter to speak of, Spain makes an ideal base for adventurous retirees to travel through Europe. Be aware that housing costs vary enormously across Spain. In large tourist centers like Barcelona, rents are comparable to those in most countries in Europe. In small towns like Valencia, a one-bedroom apartment costs around $630 per month.