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Living in Woodbridge, Virginia:
Tips for Moving and Visiting

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If you've been wondering what it's like to live in or visit Woodbridge, the Crowdsourced Explorer community can help. We asked five people living in Woodbridge what someone who is considering moving to or visiting there should know. Here are their pros and cons, tips, and advice:

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Woodbridge is a beautiful city with many popular restaurants. Nearby, there are parks, shopping areas, and a peaceful river. It is a diverse area close to D.C., Old Town Alexandria, and historic Manassas Battlefield. The people who live in Woodbridge are welcoming and friendly. It is a wonderful city to visit, whether you are looking for a quiet vacation or a time full of sightseeing, shopping, and trying new foods.

When I moved from the city of Honolulu to the city of Woodbridge, the first major difference I experienced was the aggressive traffic. Traffic is so harsh and spontaneous that, if you are not paying attention for merely 15 seconds, you may be hit by another vehicle from seemingly out of nowhere.

Alexis, says: 2020

Woodbridge, Virginia, provides its residents with many opportunities such as education, jobs, volunteer work and research. My city is also close to DC, and it has a lot of great views. It is the perfect city.

Taylor, says: 2020

Woodbridge is boring. The city isn’t exactly a hot tourist attraction, the most exciting place is Potomac Mills Mall. Even with the mall here, there are so many other cities worth living in. However, Woodbridge is in a good area where other cities are fairly close. Cities like Washington DC are only a short car ride away.

Martha, says: 2020

Woodbridge is a city that has something for everyone. There are sprawling shopping areas, plentiful restaurants and many options for housing. Residents also enjoy lots of green spaces and even a regional park. Most people commute into DC for work but choose to live here due to the highly regarded school system.

Christina, says: 2020

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