Expatriates might want to take out international medical insurance and relocate abroad to Barcelona.
Travel journalist and author Anna Nicholas pointed out the region has fun, eccentric and quirky areas, as well as "fantastic restaurants", shops, beaches and nightlife.
She described it as "undoubtedly a party town", noting events and fiestas occur throughout the year.
"It's a city that never sleeps," the travel expert remarked.
Although younger people often love Barcelona, older individuals also appreciate the cultural aspects of the region, Ms Nicholas continued.
Families can enjoy the zoo, while other men and women could like La Sagrada Familia, which was worked on by famous architect Gaudi, she declared.
Lonely Planet noted Barcelona is one of the busiest ports in the Mediterranean and is the most cosmopolitan city in Spain.
Although it might seem to be "dedicated exclusively to hedonism", it also has a large number of biomedical and hi-tech businesses, the travel experts added.