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Top vacation cities to plan a move

San Diego may be a perfect moving destination for those who love the sun.

San Diego may be a perfect moving destination for those who love the sun.

While many people want to visit areas on vacation that are far away from their current residence, sometimes it is nice to take a staycation. There are many cities that could be perfect to pick up your moving containers and stake a permanent spot, but may also work well to stick around during break. Saving on airfare or other travel expenses may be beneficial to you, and living in a place you can love all year round may turn out to be a great decision.

New Orleans
The Gulf Coast has plenty of shoreline, and is known for its low cost-of-living. Contacting your moving company for a relocation to New Orleans may not be a bad idea if you want to experience a vacation atmosphere year-round. The average summer high temperature is 91 degrees, according to The Weather Channel, so those who dislike the cold will be right at home. There's also plenty to do regarding activities, including going to a multitude of sporting events available all year long, visiting the city's historic French Quarter, or just grabbing some food and drink on the touristy Bourbon Street. The city also has many great options in the Uptown area, which may help you with your decision.

Orlando
Florida is a staple for many when it comes to vacations, and there may not be a better family vacation spot to bring your family for a move than to Orlando. The city is the home of some of the most famous amusement parks in the world, including Disney World, Epcot and Universal Studios. Also, like New Orleans, is a great sun spot. The average summer high temperature is 92 degrees, The Weather Channel explained. If you ever need a break from the heat, the city is within a short drive from many beaches, and with its central location in the Sunshine State, you can easily choose the gulf side or ocean side.

San Diego
For those who want warm weather, but don't like it getting too hot, then San Diego may be the spot for you. The city has an almost constant temperature during the year, with highs ranging between 65 and 77 degrees, The Weather Channel explained. Due to its location, it has constant cool air that keeps humidity levels low. With a great night life scene, this could be a perfect spot for a young professional who love the outdoors. The city is also notably historic, and much of its past is visible in the architecture and diverse culture of the city. While Orlando will have you travel a bit for summer beach life, San Diego offers it immediately. Arguably, some of the best beaches on the West Coast are located in the city, including Mission Beach.

Boston
If you love the four seasons, and want something happening throughout the year, then Boston may be a great spot for you. The area has the potential to get quite hot in the summer, with an average high of 82 degrees, while the average winter low drops to 22 degrees, The Weather Channel noted. The city is a hugely popular spot for sports fans, with professional and college sports plentiful all year long. There are also plenty of parks and beaches in the area. All of the areas in the city are easily accessible by public transit, as the city is served by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority. Using the options available to you, most major points in the city can be accessed in 45 minutes or fewer.