A view of the skyline in Tucson, Arizona.
TUCSON, Ariz. - If you're looking for a place to settle after putting in decades of hard work, look no further than the "Old Pueblo."
Based on quality of life, cost of living, taxpayer- friendliness and recreational activities, Wallethub ranks Tucson 47th out of almost 200 cities.
Scottsdale and Tempe also took top spots in the best places to retire in the nation.
The number one destination: Orlando, Florida.
The following cities in Arizona are ranked as followed: