Dallas lands on Forbes Gold Points list for retirees in 2021
Once again, Dallas has earned gold status among the nation’s best places for retirees.
By praising Dallas, Forbes highlights the city’s passions for arts and culture, gastronomy and golf.
“Nearly 80 golf courses in the area along with a strong arts / culture and food scene set the Big D apart,” Forbes said. “The city has an adequate number of physicians per capita and is quite walkable and very cycleable.”
Dallas also appeared on Forbes‘ listing in 2020.
Regarding Austin, the publication emphasizes its “great music and food scene ”, as well as“ free tuition for seniors for six credits per semester at the University of Texas at Austin ”.
Although these are the only cities in Texas on the Forbes list, the charming town of Fredericksburg Hill Country recently earned a spot on an unranked list Travel + Leisure listing of the 10 best small towns in the country for retirement.
T + L emphasizes the city’s German heritage and its proximity to Austin and San Antonio.
“Wine lovers will enjoy living in the midst of more than 100 cellars in the region, and astronomers will appreciate the city’s efforts to become a Starry Sky Community, with measures to minimize light pollution ‘, Travel + Leisure observed. “Seasonal changes are significant, with hot, dry summers and cold winter weather. The neighborhood is safe and crime rates are low.