If you are looking for a change of scenery, whatever, the reason, you are stuck with the old problem of where you should head to next. DotCom Magazine knows this problem only too well and we completely sympathize with anyone who is in that position right now. That is why we have put together this post – to show you what we feel are the top 5 cities to live in. Although it is entirely up to you where you lay your hat next, we hope our guide gives you some inspiration at the very least.
Ask anyone from Provo in Utah what there is to love about this cool city and you may as well sit down for the longest list you are ever going to hear. Not only is health and fitness options and facilities a major draw here, but so too are the short commutes from one place to another and the fact that it has an exciting and lively nightlife.
Anyone who knows a thing or two about music, in particular live music, will know at least of the legendary status that Austin has. The nightlife in general, not just the bustling local music scene and the fact that many of the biggest names in the business roll in to town regularly, make this a great city to live in. Even when South by South West is not running, the town is a mecca for all things cool. To top it all off, it should be highlighted that Austin scores highly in terms of its diversity.
Fancy rubbing shoulders with the creme de la creme of Yahoo? Even if that doesn't thrill you, you might love Sunnyvale for a whole bunch of other reasons. Including not least of all the fact that the weather is great and the public schools are amazing.
Let's get it out of the way straight off the bat, Boulder in Colorado is a very, very pretty city. It would take the hardest, blackest soul to not fall for its natural good looks. However, if you need more than just perfect blue skies and a mountainous backdrop and all that green to seduce you, how about the fact that residents seem to rave about everything the city has to offer? From the short work commutes to the public schools and the local infrastructure in general, this is a city that has a lot going for it.
For many this will be a controversial entry. Due to the fact it is considered more of a county than a city. But given that it's the 2nd biggest principal city in the D.C. metro area, we are keeping it right at the top. Where do we start with what makes this a strong candidate for it being the best city to live in? How about the top-class amenities for families, the buzzing nightlife and the public schools for starters? Not enough? Then, what about the fact it is home to such significant and amazing monuments as the Arlington National Cemetery and the Pentagon Memorial? We are sure you agree there is definitely an argument for its place at the top.