Alabama Cities

Cities With A High Livability Score
1.Mountain Brook
2.Hoover
3.Vestavia Hills
4.Homewood
5.Helena
6.Priceville
7.Alabaster
8.Madison
9.Brook Highland
10.Meadowbrook
Cities With A Low Livability Score
1.Catherine
2.Boykin
3.Malcolm
4.Panola
5.Standing Rock
6.Cardiff
7.McMullen
8.Memphis
9.Kellyton
10.Bristow Cove

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Alabama: The heart of Dixie

When planning your vacation to the beautiful state of Alabama you have a wide variety of choices in accommodations. Choose from fabulous five star hotels, peaceful and scenic camp grounds, quaint bed and breakfasts, comfortable vacation rentals with all of the amenities of home or rustic hunting lodges where you can enjoy the beauty of nature. While you are there you can enjoy the beautiful beaches, historical Freedom Farmers Civil Rights Museum, or visit the home of the 2009 National Football Champions. Don’t forget about the Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum, the pristine Fishing that Alabama offers and the amazing shopping available as well.

If you are thinking of making the Yellowhammer State your new home you will be delighted with what Alabama has to offer. Areas such as Demopolis, Butler or Thomasville are wonderful places to raise children. The cost of living is comparable with such a prominent agricultural setting; Alabama has a great deal to offer. Crops such as cotton, corn, soybeans, peanuts, poultry and livestock are booming. The school systems are structured, and have some of the most educated teachers in the south. The weather in Alabama is worth the move, especially if you are relocating from the northern states. Alabama has mild winters and warm summers.

If you are thinking of visiting or moving to the state of Alabama it would be a great idea to explore areavibes.com and read some of our many city and neighborhood reviews and gain some more knowledge about different areas you will come to know in the state of Alabama. You will be able to review our question and answer section and listen to what local residents have to say first hand. Alabama is a fabulous place to live and has so much to offer its residents. It’s a cultural atmosphere with a great deal of agriculture and history.

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Alabama Overview

State nicknameYellowhammer State
CapitalMontgomery, AL
Largest CityBirmingham, AL
Population (2013)4,833,722
Pop. density (per sq. mi.)91.99
Area (sq. mi.)52,419
Pct. water3.2%
Bordering statesFlorida
Georgia
Mississippi
Tennessee