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The world is no short of amazing places with gorgeous landscapes and astonishing architecture. But the real deal is in finding a place that combines landscape with liveability. You’ll be needing more than only a pretty space in order to live successfully in an area. To create an actually beautiful place to live, there must be a combination of tourist attractions, local culture, and history. Listed below, you’ll find the 15 best places to live…

When deciding where to live, you may have to settle for a place that is ideal for you to raise a family. Some places are more likable for families to grow together than others. From great quality schools and children-friendly activities to the cultural environment and outdoor parks, there’s a lot to consider when moving with children.

Undoubtedly, the past year has been a tough one for all of us. And it might have planted a strong, resolute urge in your mind to make a tremendous life change. If so, we are here to help you out with some ideas. For example, we have a list of the world’s vibrant and exhilarating cities you could move to next. With things finally looking up in months as vaccines have started arriving, while a…

A small-town charm can capture your attention like nothing else. Walking along a quiet downtown filled with quaint, locally-owned stores, you might catch a whiff of the mom-and-pop restaurants preparing everything from burgers and fries to specialty dishes put up by executive chefs. The residents welcome you to their little slice of heaven by simply stopping to say hello while walking their dogs. As you walk by you notice how to even shop owners take…

Cape Town being a city and seaport is the legislative capital of South Africa and the capital of Western Cape province. The city is situated at the northern end of the Cape Peninsula around 30 miles (50 kilometers), with north of the Cape of Good Hope at its southernmost boundary. Cape Town has been named the country’s “mother city” as it was the site of the first European settlement in South Africa.  In 1652 when…