Planning a Move in 2023? Here Are The Top European Countries To Consider

It's that time of year when various organizations, including expatriate societies, financial investment firms, and international real estate counselors, identify the greatest places in the world to live for Americans looking to emigrate.

Planning a Move in 2023? Here Are The Top European Countries To Consider
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Quality of life, housing costs, ease of relocating, digital life, international schools, language, job prospects, bureaucracy, environment and climate, health care system, safety and security, travel and transportation, an active ex-pat community, and international airports are some of the factors that are typically taken into account.

If you are thinking about or planning to move to Europe in 2023, then keep reading because we have prepared a list of the best countries to live in Europe for you.


There is one beautiful country in the world that is gaining more and more popularity. Considering what it has to offer, it's no wonder why that is.

For example, in one of the most beautiful cities on the planet - Lisbon, otherwise the capital of Portugal, the average salary for 2023 is 3,755 euros, which is significantly higher than the average in the rest of the country (only 1,269 euros per month).

Portugal offers benefits that attract more and more foreigners. Let's say the disadvantage of the countries in the north is a specific mentality and climate that does not favor many Europeans, although the wages and business opportunities are good. Because of the Portugal golden visa and other programs available to non-EU immigrants, the nation has long been one of the most economical alternatives in Europe for pursuing residence. And now, thanks to the new temporary residency visa for digital nomads, everything is much simpler for remote employees.

Those who have already made a move say they want more inexpensive health care and a safe haven, in addition to the benefits Portugal provides, such as a slower and more peaceful lifestyle, milder weather, and appealing vacation opportunities across Europe.


A rich past, fortified cities, a huge number of cultural and historical monuments, snow-covered mountains, an extraordinary coast, and islands... rank Spain at the top of the world's tourist destinations in recent decades. The fourth-largest economy of the European Union rests on a mixed basis - in addition to income from tourism, the sectors of the automotive industry, transport, energy based on renewable sources, high technologies, telecommunications, and agriculture have been developed. Spanish companies are major investors abroad, especially in Latin America, Asia, and Africa.

The average net salary in Spain is 1,750 euros, which places it in a group of countries with similar incomes that, includes Austria, Italy, and Cyprus. The minimum monthly salary is currently 858 euros. The minimum daily salary is 24.53 euros, and the annual salary is 10,304 euros - this protects workers whose salaries vary from month to month. For example, doctors of certain specialties earn a gross of 60-100,000 euros per year, and experts in the highest positions in the ITC sector from 50,000 upwards are among the highest-paid professions.


For many immigrants to Germany, the lasting impression is of a cosmopolitan, culturally diverse, and highly attractive country. Although many of the immigrants initially brought with them stereotypes about Germans, they are surprised by how friendly the inhabitants of the most populous country in the EU are.

Germans are not so much focused on economic success as they are on time spent with family and friends.

The demographic picture of Germany is very colorful. In total, about 17 million citizens are immigrants from all over the world. Practically, it is 1/5 of the population. The growing cultural diversity poses certain social and political challenges for Germany and also provides an opportunity for people from all over the world to live together in the very heart of Europe.

On average, Germans sleep more than 8 hours a day. They set aside 3 hours for time spent with family and household chores. They pay a lot of attention to a healthy life, and an indispensable part of it is sports and recreation, for which they set aside half an hour a day. Every week, they read for 4 hours and spend 14 hours a week watching television. The rest of the time, Germans like to spend in cultural activities such as visits to theaters, museums, and art exhibitions.


A high standard of living, competitive salaries, but also a stable political and economic image of the country greatly helped it climb in this time of global uncertainty. 

80 percent of respondents were satisfied with the country's economic climate, while as many as 86 percent of them expressed satisfaction with the political situation.

About 82 percent of people who moved to Switzerland for work said they enjoyed a better standard of living compared to their home country. 

As many as seven out of ten of those who moved to Switzerland now enjoy a higher level of disposable income with an annual average salary of $111,587 – significantly higher than the global average of $75,966.

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Luxembourg, which shares three borders with France, Belgium, and Germany, is a little nation with a lot to offer. It is a destination that residents from all over the globe migrate to for the ideal luxury lifestyle, thanks to its cosmopolitan culture and amazing nature.

Luxembourg provides a wonderful life by combining the best of heritage and innovation. Contemporary structures coexist alongside castles, unspoiled nature, and modern structures. Moreover, the country's contemporary lifestyle and multicultural population combine to make it a welcome, varied, and intriguing home. 

Research shows that the average salary in Luxembourg is 5,000 euros, and more than 65 percent of people have a car. With 600,000 inhabitants, it is among the smallest countries in Europe, with the highest quality of life.

Parameters are taken into account when ranking countries, including the average number of working hours per week, the number of vacation days, the quality of sleep of residents, feelings of happiness, and life expectancy.

Even though the assessment standards for each listing differ, a few places always come out on top, and it's no accident that European nations frequently top the charts. These nations rank first when it comes to providing their inhabitants and residents with the best possible quality of life, healthcare, and social, physical, and financial security.

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