Ways to spend the first days in Hudson County NJ after moving

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    So, you have just moved to Hudson County? Well, you have made quite the choice. It may be New Jersey’s smallest county by land, but it is also the most popular one. And for a good reason. Did you know that Hudson County is actually one of the most successful examples of urban development in the US? I know, who would have thought? Hudson County or should I say “The Gateway to America” has been the number one hot spot for growth in recent years. No wonder why. Located just across the Hudson River, who wouldn’t want to live with such a spectacular view of NYC. Only you will avoid all the negatives of living in a big city like long commutes and crowds. We at Hudson County movers are here to let you in on the best ways to spend your first days in Hudson County NJ.

    How to spend your first days in Hudson County NJ?

    Whether you are moving because of a new job opportunity or a job relocation, or you are leaving the crowds of NYC for a quieter life across the river, we are sure you’re going to love Hudson County. However, you may need some time to get to know the area and adapt to your new lifestyle.

    Newport Waterfront in Jersey City, NJ
    Hudson County is quickly becoming one of the most desirable places to live in in the States.

    In case you are expanding your business to Hudson County, first of all, congratulations! And second, we want to let you know that our commercial movers NJ are here for everything you may need. Be sure that your relocation will be safe, quick, and easy with us. Regardless of the reasoning behind your move, here is our list of the top 10 sites to visit and things to do during your first days in Hudson County:

    1. Snap your first Instagram post at Bayonne Bridge.
    2. Go on a helicopter tour with FlyNYON located in Kearny Point.
    3. Attend a soccer match at Harrison’s Red Bull Arena.
    4. Take the NY Waterway Ferry to and from New York City and capture some incredibly Instagram-worthy shots along the ride.
    5. Take a self-guided Frank Sinatra walking tour in Hoboken’s Mile Square.
    6. Indoor rock climbing is currently available at Gravity Vault, a 25,000-square-foot rock climbing facility in Hoboken.
    7. Pay a visit to Elysian Park – this is the site of America’s first baseball game.
    8. Pay your respects to the 911 Memorial at Empty Sky.
    9. Take a ride on one of the NYC Cycleboats, which depart from Jersey City.
    10. Visit North Bergen’s world-renowned Trattoria La Sorrentina.

    The simple pleasures

    If you are not an action-driven person, don’t worry. There’s plenty of options for you too. You can have a good time without having to spend much money or take in all the best tourist spots at once. Besides, who wants to do all these things right after moving… Moving was one hell of a ride anyways.

    people having picnic in the park
    Having a nice picnic near the Hudson River is one of the best ways to spend your first days in Hudson County.

    In case you want to enjoy some town views first and figure out how to settle your house, you can leave some of your stuff at storage Jersey City. You need some time to rest and reset. After all, as Laura Wilder once said: “It is the sweet simple things in life which are the real ones”. So here is our list of the more casual and relaxing things to do on your first days in Hudson County:

    1. Go for a stroll along the Hudson River Waterfront Walkway in Bayonne and get some great skyline shots.
    2. You can shop along Broadway Avenue, the city’s major street, and keep an eye out for lifelike sculptures and colorful utility boxes.
    3. Walk along the Hoboken waterfront for stunning views of New York City, then make a pit stop at Blue Eyes café for equally delicious cuisine with a view.
    4. Visit the Hoboken Terminal and take and enjoy the Beaux-Arts architectural style.
    5. Sunbathe in the grass or have a picnic in Liberty State Park.
    6. Explore the Urban Quack farm in Jersey City Heights.
    7. Uncle Gordon’s honey farm – a secret home honey farm in North Bergen — is a great place to pick up some fresh, local honey.
    8. Indulge in some self-care at Edgewater’s Sojo Spa Club. The rooftop pool is an absolute must-see.

    The best food spots in Hudson County NJ

    In case you haven’t heard, Hudson County is a good place to dine. Honestly, I’d be calling moving companies Jersey City right now and move there just for the food if I could. World-renowned restaurants are sprouting, local chefs are winning honors, and crazy dishes are creating viral videos. That’s not to mention Hoboken’s more than century-old family-run shops and celebrity haunts, which continue to serve the same homemade Mutz and Italian pastries that established the Mile Square as a real culinary metropolis decades ago.

    We understand how difficult it can be to keep track of all the awards, which is why we searched through the headlines and found the best Hudson County restaurants for you to enjoy:

    1. Antique Bar & Bakery – 122 Willow Avenue, Hoboken
    2. Battello – 502 Washington Boulevard, Jersey City
    3. Benny Tudino’s – 622 Washington Street, Hoboken
    4. Dullboy – 364 Grove Street, Jersey City
    5. Hamilton Pork – 247 10th Street, Jersey City
    Cuisine in Hudson County
    The food scene in Hudson County is truly remarkable.

    In Hudson County, you’ll have a great variety of restaurants, shopping districts, entertainment, and arts & culture, and educational institutions to visit. We tried our best to include something for everyone on this list. As you can see, it can last you for more than just your first days in Hudson County. Now you can have fun activities scheduled every weekend for a couple of months. It’s fun to be a tourist in your own town sometimes. We at Eagle Van Lines – one of the top moving and storage NJ companies are happy to assist you with anything you need before or after your move. Just give us a quick call and we’ll be there.

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