2019 Best Cities for an Affordable Babymoon announced by Livability.com

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New list ranks the best small to midsize cities to visit in the United States.

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Whether currently expecting or planning on expanding a family, a babymoon can be a great excuse to get away and connect with one another before a new arrival. The trend is growing in popularity; in fact, a recent survey found that 59% of new parents have taken a babymoon. But like any great vacation, a pre-baby getaway can get pretty pricey when adding up the hotel, transportation and all of the pregnancy-friendly activities available. Livability took these factors into account to identify the 7 most affordable babymoon destinations in the U.S.

Livability.com factored in expenses associated with traveling, transportation and lodging as well as plenty of fun, pregnancy-safe activities to participate in.

“Babymoons are still a relatively new concept, but they’re extremely popular with millennial parents,” says Livability.com Editor-in-Chief Winona Dimeo-Ediger. “We’re excited to highlight these great cities that can give parents-to-be the best experience at a budget-friendly price point.”

7 Best Cities for an Affordable Babymoon:

  • 1. Omaha, NE
  • 2. Scottsdale, AZ
  • 3. Stowe, VT
  • 4. Hot Springs, AR
  • 5. Savannah, GA
  • 6. Virginia Beach, VA
  • 7. Durham, NC

For more information about the 7 Best Cities for an Affordable Babymoon or to schedule an interview, please contact:

Winona Dimeo-Ediger, Livability.com Editor in Chief, at wdimeo-ediger@livability.com.

About Livability.com:

Livability.com explores what makes small to mid-sized cities great places to live, work and visit. We examine issues such as affordability, cultural amenities and talent attraction, and celebrate the accomplishments of these cities through our monthly top 10 lists, our annual ranking of the Top 100 Best Places to Live, and daily articles exploring the who, what, why and how behind the “where.” Livability.com is a division of Journal Communications, Inc.

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