(Minneapolis, MN) -- One regional city is gracing the top of the list for best places to retire in the United States.

According to Personal Finance Website Wallethub, Minneapolis comes in as the fifth best city to retire in, out of over 180 total in the survey.

The site measured their rankings across 48 key measures of affordability, quality of life, health care and availability of recreational activities. The data set ranges from the cost of living to retired taxpayer-friendliness to the state’s health infrastructure.

So where did North Dakota cities rank on the list? Fargo came in as the 43rd best city to retire in, while Bismarck finished a few spots higher at 28th.

Orlando got the nod as the best city overall, while San Bernadino, California was ranked the worst.

You can find the full study by clicking here.