This is the worst city to retire in by Benjamin Snyder @FortuneMagazine June 8, 2015, 10:48 AM EDT E-mail Tweet Facebook Google Plus Linkedin Share icons If you want to retire well, set out for Arizona. According to a new Bankrate survey out Monday, the Grand Canyon state is home to three of the country’s best cities for retirees, ranked by metrics like cost of living, weather, crime rate, health care, taxes, walkability and the well-being of seniors living in the area. “It’s just a great place for a low-maintenance, outdoor type of lifestyle,” Chris Kahn, a Bankrate analyst, told USA Today. “Your dollar is going to stretch further in Arizona.” But where’s the worst place to call it quits? That’s New York City. The survey’s full results for the best places to retire are as follows: 1. Phoenix metro area, including Mesa and Scottsdale 2. Arlington/Alexandria, Virginia. 3. Prescott, Arizona 4. Tucson, Arizona 5. Des Moines, Iowa 6. Denver, Colorado 7. Austin, Texas 8. Cape Coral, Florida 9. Colorado Springs, Colorado 10. Franklin, Tennessee Meanwhile, the worst cities for retirees include the Big Apple; Little Rock, Ark.; New Haven, Conn.; and Buffalo, N.Y.