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Best Countries For Retirees to Go on Vacation

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5. New York, New York
> Retirement score (out of 10): 6.45
> Art galleries: 216
> Nature and wildlife areas: 4

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4. Los Angeles, California
> Retirement score (out of 10): 6.97
> Art galleries: 57
> Nature and wildlife areas: 7

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3. Chicago, Illinois
> Retirement score (out of 10): 7.35
> Art galleries: 72
> Nature and wildlife areas: 8

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2. San Francisco, California
> Retirement score (out of 10): 7.73
> Art galleries: 71
> Nature and wildlife areas: 10

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1. Las Vegas, Nevada
> Retirement score (out of 10): 7.95
> Art galleries: 50
> Nature and wildlife areas: 10

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