5 Destinations in United States to move to after getting married

Marriage is a big step in two people’s life. It is needless to say when people get married, the first thing they usually want is to start a new life together. The best way to achieve the feeling of a new beginning is to move to another place and celebrate the newness of everything together. However, for couples who have recently been married, especially for young families, it might be hard to manage their finances.

If you’re one of those couples who’ve recently tied the knot and wish to move to another place, here’s a list of five destinations to move to:


  • San Jose, California

San Jose is the largest city in North California, an economic, cultural and political center for Silicon Valley. Also, an ideal destination for newlyweds as the percentage of married couples is 56.4% in the city. San Jose is the hub for all those who want to start up a business — at least for now.

The city of San Jose is divided into downtown San Jose, Central, West San Jose, North San Jose, East San Jose, and South San Jose. It also has various well-known communities within San Jose which Japan town, Rose Garden, Midtown San Jose, Willow Glen, Naglee Park, Burbank, Winchester, Alviso, East Foothills, Alum Rock, Communications Hill, Little Portugal, Blossom Valley, Cambrian, Almaden Valley, Silver Creek Valley, Evergreen Valley, Edenvale, Santa Teresa, Seven Trees, Coyote Valley, and Berryessa. A distinct ethnic enclave in San Jose is the Washington-Guadulupe neighborhood, immediately south of the SoFA District; this neighborhood is home to a community of Hispanics, centered on Willow Street.


  • Charlotte, North Carolina

Charlotte is the black horse of the United States of America. It is a hot-bed of activity as the third largest financial center in the U.S, after New York City and San Francisco in terms of assets due to the headquarters of Bank of America BAC and the East coast operations of Wells Fargo WFC. You would be surprised to know that besides having the industry giants in it, the cost of living is inexpensive, which makes an ideal destination for newly-weds to move.

Besides the happening economy of the city, it is not too far behind in the cultural aspect too. It has various museums and performing art centers. Some notable places include:

  • Bechtler Museum of Modern Art
  • Historic Rosedale Plantation
  • McColl Center for Visual Art
  • Second Ward Alumni House Museum
  • North Carolina Music Factory
  • North Carolina Music Factory

The city’s state of transportation facilities are next to none in the country.


  • Washington, D.C.

The nation’s capital city offers a wide breadth of romantic opportunities for newlyweds to enjoy depending on what strikes their mood – everything from cultural excursions to political events. You can enjoy almost everything the city offers if you have a high budget. Washington is enriched with art and history at every corner. The most notable museum in the city is called the Smithsonian Institution. It is the world’s largest research and museum complex. Not just that, Washington is also the national center for arts. The John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts is home to the National Symphony Orchestra, the Washington National Opera, and the Washington Ballet.


  • San Diego, California

The second largest city in California offers newlyweds a myriad of options for entertainment to enjoy together. Everything from a bustling downtown scene to a gorgeous beach life to iconic landmarks such as the San Diego Zoo, is sure to keep couples entertained. Not to mention, San Diego is close enough to many other landmarks in California for loads of mini-romantic, weekend getaways.

San Diego is a great cultural hub for the country as well. It has the infamous museums, such as Museum of Art, the Natural History Museum, the Museum of walking Man, the Museum of Photographic Arts, and the Air & Space Museum. They are all located in the Balboa Park which is where the incredible zoo is.


  • Raleigh, North Carolina

This place is a great place to start a new life. It has many small quiet towns for those who dislike the big cities. You can enjoy your evenings at restaurants and try different food items. You will feel like you’re still dating!

Starting a new life can be daunting, but the most important thing is to be happy wherever you are. If one is happier than the other, then there will be problems and frustrations. So make sure to keep a check on each other to keep your relationship going.

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