The opportunity to relocate is a thrilling list of endless possibilities. Perhaps you fancy a complete change of lifestyle or are able to choose any city to live and work after graduating. Perhaps you’re off to university, whatever age, and want to choose a place that offers everything you could need. Moving to a new city opens countless doors; better job opportunities, new interests, a nicer home, a better income and loads of new friends to compliment an exciting night life, culture or entertainment. Whatever your reasons, we’ve compiled a selection of the top 5 places to live in the UK.
Manchester is a vibrant city, close to rival London in terms of business, educations and entertainment possibilities. Filled with students and business professionals alike, this city is a fantastic place to call home. Whether you are looking to start at one of Manchester’s countless educational institutions, want to progress your career in an economically vibrant city or simply want a new start, Manchester can offer all that and more. Rent is affordable for those looking for it, whereas for those with a healthy income, plenty of luxury penthouses and city apartments overlook the modern city centre and stunning waters throughout Manchester.
For a quieter and more tranquil spot, Oxford is the perfect choice. Home to an infamous university it has a vibrant night life and plenty going on appealing to young and old, whilst also offering the best of a country lifestyle. Moving to Oxford means you can adopt a more peaceful lifestyle, with the preferred mode of transport being a bike, countless cafes and markets to explore, a flowing river decorating the town, and a heavy influence of culture and intellect from the over whelming institution. The quaint university campus is a focal point of Oxford which is even better when you realise the beauty, tradition and history of such an important school.
For a diverse, vibrant and eccentric side to life, Brighton is the place. If you’re interested in moving to somewhere lively, friendly and theatrical then Brighton can offer everything you’ve been looking for. Whatever you’re idea of a social life consists of; cheap nights out, exhibitions, performance poetry, live jazz or a bit of shopping, it’s all here. As well as the vibrant lifestyle, Brighton is up and coming with new businesses and companies popping up all the time. You might not find yourself millions, but you can definitely break into the creative and start up fields.
Edinburgh is another exciting city which is blossoming economically and financially. The universities bring a colourful night life to Edinburgh catering for everyone but the beauty of this city is what really gives it his charm. Stunning cathedrals, castles and bags of history and tradition combine with authentic farmer’s markets, boutique and independent stores as well as fine dining to create an eclectic and colourful city, well worth moving to if you ever have the opportunity.
How about moving to Wales? The beauty of the great outdoors, wild rolling hills, breath taking scenery and outdoor adventure all on your doorstep; whilst also being able to enjoy the vibrancy and prosperity of Cardiff, this city has everything you’d expect from a modern city with a twist. Away from the shops, bars, restaurants and offices is mile after mile of valleys, mountains, beaches and farms, all waiting to be explored when you get the chance. Moving to Cardiff brings you the option of a complete lifestyle change without missing out on those things you love about cities.
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This is a guest blog post written on behalf of Review Centre by Grace. She is a passionate writer and shares her ideas on Harrow moving home, decorations and travelling.