Madison has a reputation as one of the best college towns in the country (and one of the best places for recent college grads), but Wisconsin’s capital city has so much more to offer. The university means there’s a vibrant, funky and youthful vibe to most everything that happens here, but you’ll find young families strolling Capital Square alongside local politicians.
Madison is ranked so high on this year’s Top 100 Best Places to Live list because it excels in nearly every category across the board. The food scene is stellar, from cheap eats to fine dining, with a wide range of styles and flavors. There is plenty of green space within the city and tons of lakefront since it sits on an isthmus, but it’s also within 50 miles of 21 State Parks, forests and recreation areas.Read the full article at: tps://livability.com/best-places/top-100-best-places-to-live/2019/wi/madison?fbclid=IwAR2CKrwUVvKL2ubwIFzRhgboJ8UUkJAz9sDv8cZIpFnnJlvpG5rcjvR7kB8