Top Southern Destinations That You'll Want to Move To

Do you want to visit South America in? The southern states of the United States are lively regions and have many beautiful destinations. Here are some great southern destinations you might want to go to.

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Best southern destinations to visit in America

Amazing Southern Destinations That You'll Want to Move To

The American South is a place of rich history and constant progression. Much of the significant moments in American history happened in the south, and it’s important to remember that though some are wary of the region in the aftermath of great political strife, it is nonetheless an amazing, hopeful, ripe part of the United States that has a lot to offer. Here are some amazing southern destinations that you’ll want to move to. 

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Best Places to Visit in the Southern States

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1. Raleigh, North Carolina

Looking to move to the South without sacrificing easy access to places like NYC and New England? Raleigh is only a train ride away. The capital city is known for its universities, including North Carolina State University. The number of technology and scholarly institutions around Raleigh, Chapel Hill, and Durham make the area known as the Research Triangle. The North Carolina State Capitol is a 19th-century Greek Revival–style building with a statue of George Washington dressed as a Roman general in its rotunda.

2. Fayetteville, Arkansas

If you’re looking to relocate to somewhere deeper in the south, which can have the benefits of warmer weather and more affordable cost-of-living, Fayetteville is a great option, located in northwest Arkansas. There are all kinds of unique places to explore here, largely associated with the politics and military history of the nation. Vintage and modern airplanes are on display in a hangar at the Arkansas Air and Military Museum. To the west, Prairie Grove Battlefield State Park was the site of a Civil War battle. Mount Sequoyah Woods Trail runs through a thick forest.

3. Austin, Texas

Looking for the Texan lifestyle without sacrificing a liberal community? Austin is the place for you. Home to the University of Texas flagship campus, Austin is known for its eclectic live-music scene centered around country, blues and rock. Its many parks and lakes are popular for hiking, biking, swimming and boating. South of the city, Formula One's Circuit of the Americas raceway has hosted the United States Grand Prix.

4. Tampa, Florida

Tampa is a city on Tampa Bay, along Florida’s Gulf Coast. A major business center, it’s also known for its museums and other cultural offerings. Busch Gardens is an African-themed amusement park with thrill rides and animal-viewing areas. The historic Ybor City neighborhood, developed by Cuban and Spanish cigar-factory workers at the turn of the 20th century, is a dining and nightlife destination. There’s also the more laid-back areas of Tampa, where you can relax on the beach and reminisce, relax, rejuvenate, and enjoy a slower-paced tropical lifestyle.

5. Knoxville, Tennessee

Knoxville is a city on the Tennessee River in eastern Tennessee. Downtown, the Market Square district has 19th-century buildings with shops and restaurants. The Museum of East Tennessee History has interactive exhibits plus regional art, textiles and Civil War artifacts. James White’s Fort, built by the Revolutionary War captain, includes the reconstructed 1786 log cabin that was Knoxville’s first permanent building. Chances are you’ll love it so much here that you’ll be looking at Knoxville real estate on your visit.

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