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    With long coastal stretches along both Lakes Michigan and Superior, the leafy state of Wisconsin presents some of the most picturesque scenery in the Midwest.

    Lush rolling hills and fertile soil make for prime agricultural land, while mesas, forests and small glacial lakes round off Wisconsin's wonderfully varied topography. The winding Saint Croix River creates the natural border with Minnesota in the west, before meandering north towards the verdancy of the colossal Chequamegon-Nicolet National Forest. Eastern Wisconsin is characterised by the sprawling lake-side metros of Green Bay and Milwaukee.

    Wisconsin is also a delight for outdoors enthusiasts, who have the choice of casting for trout in the Kinnickinnic River, tapping trees for maple sap in the Northwoods, exploring the historic lighthouses and stunning waterways of the Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, or going mountain biking across the Kettle Moraine.

    The state boasts a rich culture and thrilling pro-sports scene too. Scandinavian immigrants have had an impact on Wisconsin heritage, particularly in the north, which boasts some of the best Nordic ski trails in the country. Each year, international athletes travel to Wisconsin for the American Birkebeiner ski marathon, the most significant cross-country skiing event in America.

    As for the arts, Wisconsin was the home state of visionary architect Frank Lloyd Wright, the founder of the Prairie School of Design. In the village of Spring Green, visitors can tour Taliesin, his home and architectural magnum opus.

    Two things Wisconsin are perhaps best known for often go hand in hand: beer and American football. Milwaukee is the brew city, home to the famous Miller Brewing Company as well as countless microbreweries, with German immigrants credited for introducing its famous bratwursts and brews.

    These are all perfect accompaniments to watching Wisconsin's beloved Green Bay Packers take the field. Adventurous visitors are welcome to join Wisconsin fans, or 'cheeseheads', in braving snow and freezing temperatures to cheer them on at their home stadium, Lambeau Field.

    The odd nickname bestowed upon Packers fans is a testament to another of Wisconsin's claims to fame: dairy products. Often called America's Dairyland, Wisconsin produces more cheese than any other state in the country.

    Wisconsin is a home of pastoral serenity, traditional Americana and natural wonders. Visitors will be entranced by its diverse array of attractions and outdoor activities, whether it's braving the ski slopes or unwinding by the side of a Great Lake, craft beer in hand.

    Miller Park

    Miller Park is the home of major league baseball's Milwaukee Brewers. Opened in 2001, the ballpark combines state-of-the-art features, including a unique fan-shaped convertible roof, with the 'Take Me Out to the Ballgame' nostalgia of America's pastime. Ballpark tours are also available. But if visitors are able to get tickets, there is perhaps no better way to experience the best of American sport than by watching a ballgame with popcorn and a hot dog on a warm summer evening.

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    Miller Brewing Company

    The Miller Brewery, established in 1855, is a landmark in Milwaukee. Visitors can participate in a free and entertaining guided tour of the brewery, packaging centre and historic caves on the premises. Tours last around one and a half hours and conclude with samples either at the old Miller Inn or in the beer garden, a seasonal option.

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    Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory

    The Mitchell Park Horticultural Conservatory is commonly referred to as 'The Domes', due to its memorable architecture. Its three giant glass vault-like structures are bursting with diverse plant life. Visitors can explore a different habitat in each dome: arid, tropical or floral.

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    Lambeau Field

    Home of the Green Bay Packers football team, Lambeau Field is an iconic American football stadium. Today, its preserved retro style and original seating bowl boast modern facilities and services, despite the disadvantages of an outdoor stadium in Wisconsin's notoriously cold winters. If visitors can get tickets and stand the cold, watching the Packers play at home is an amazing experience. If not, a tour of the stadium where some of the greatest legends in American football have played is the next best thing. When attending a football game at Lambeau Field, visitors should arrive early for a barbecue and join the tailgate party in the parking lot.

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    The House on the Rock

    Eccentric millionaire Alex Jordan Snr built the House on the Rock in retaliation to renowned architect Frank Lloyd Wright, who dismissed his architectural aspirations. The Japanese-style house is rambling and dark, containing many collections of antiques and curiosities. From the late 1960s, the collections increased in eclectic directions, with additions of mechanical musical instruments, dolls, model ships and guns. The world's largest carousel is housed inside as well as a recreation of the squid and the sea monster from 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea. The most famous feature is the Infinity Room, which juts out unsupported from the House 218 feet (66.5m) into the surrounding valley. There are also hotels, conference facilities, a spa, golf course and Japanese gardens.

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    Wisconsin Dells

    Wisconsin Dells takes its name from the distinctive sandstone formations in the glacial gorges of the Wisconsin River. Three of its water parks claim the titles of the biggest in the US: Noah's Ark is the largest outdoor park; Wilderness Territory is the biggest indoor park; and Mt. Olympus Water and Theme Park is the largest resort and water park complex. There are plenty of things to do if you'd like to stay dry, including golf, go karts, horse riding, Timber Falls Amusement Park, live entertainment, restaurants and shops. The Wisconsin Dells are open in winter too, with snowboarding, skiing and ice fishing. The Ho-Chunk Casino is also a great place for adults to enjoy themselves.

    Website: www.wisdells.com
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    Wisconsin's climate is typically continental, with four distinct seasons. Its relatively short summers are warm, with pleasantly cool evenings. Winters are often harsh, with very low temperatures and heavy snowfalls. In the north, lakes and streams may be covered with ice from November to April. These cold conditions are precisely why Wisconsin is so popular among winter sports enthusiasts.

    Central Wisconsin Airport
    Location: The airport is located two miles (3km) southeast of the central business district of Mosinee.
    Time: GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
    Getting to the city: There is no public transportation to the airport. Many local hotels offer free shuttle transfers, while taxis and rental cars are available.
    Car Rental: Car rental companies at the airport include Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, and National.
    Airport Taxis: Taxi companies operating from the airport include Courtesy Cabs and All American Taxi. It is recommended to book a taxi in advance.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include a cafe, a gift shop, a first-aid station, an art gallery, information points, a post office drop box, and conference rooms.
    Parking Parking is free for the first three hours and then charged at $1 per hour, up to a daily rate of $7. Cash and credit card payments are accepted.
    Website: www.fly-cwa.org
    Dane County Regional Airport
    Location: The airport is located five miles (8km) northeast of Madison.
    Time: GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
    Getting to the city: The Madison Metro Transit System Route 20 bus runs to the airport every 30 minutes on weekdays, and every 60 minutes in the evenings and on weekends and holidays. Travellers going to downtown Madison should take the westbound bus marked 'Route 20 - North Transfer Point', while those heading east can take the bus marked 'Route 20 - East Towne Mall'. Many hotels in Madison offer complimentary shuttle transfers from the airport.
    Car Rental: Car hire companies operating from the airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Enterprise, Hertz, and National. Car rental desks are located in the baggage claim area.
    Airport Taxis: Taxis are located at Door 7, at the north end of the baggage claim area. Taxi companies operating in the area include Green Cab, Badger Cab, Union Cab, and Madison Taxi. Ride-hailing apps like Lyft also operate out of Dane County Airport.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include a business centre and conference rooms, massage services, a first aid station, information desks, pet relief areas, baby-changing and breast-feeding facilities, a family lounge, newsstands, souvenir shops, restaurants and bars, and public phones. Disabled services are available.
    Parking Short and long-term parking is located directly across from the terminal, while the economy lot is roughly a ten-minute walk away. The first 15 minutes are free in the Hourly (Ramp) Lot, then $1 for 15 to 30 minutes, $2 for 30 to 60 minutes, $3 for 60 to 90 minutes and $4 for90 minutes to two hours. Thereafter, parking is $2 per hour with a $16 daily limit. Daily rates are $10 in the Long Term (Ramp) Lot, $8 per day in the Surface Lot, and $6 per day in the Economy Lot.
    General Mitchell International Airport
    Location: The airport is located five miles (8km) south of Milwaukee.
    Time: GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
    Getting to the city: The Milwaukee Country Transit System operates several lines to the airport: Route 80 connects to downtown Milwaukee from around 5am and after midnight, while the GreenLine runs to Bayshore Town Center between around 4am and 2am.
    Car Rental: Car rental companies represented at the airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise, Hertz, National and Thrifty.
    Airport Taxis: Metered taxi service is available from the taxi pick-up station located outside of Baggage Claim 3.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include a lost and found, various dining and shopping options, conference and banquet rooms, UPS mail drops, ATMs, public phones, a children's play area, and an aviation history museum.
    Parking All parking lots cost $2 per hour. However, daily rates vary from $24 in the hourly lot to $8 in the SuperSaver lot. All parking is within walking distance of the terminal, with the exception of the SuperSaver lot, which is served by a free shuttle. Passengers arriving via Amtrak can park in a special lot for $8 per day.
    Appleton International Airport
    Location: The airport is located six miles (10km) from downtown Appleton.
    Time: GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
    Getting to the city: Although no public transport services Appleton Airport, taxis and rental cars are available. Ride-hailing apps such as Lyft and Uber operate at the airport. Some local hotels provide free shuttle service for guests with advance bookings.
    Car Rental: Car rental companies represented at the airport include Alamo, Avis, Budget, Hertz, National, and Enterprise, located at their registration counters inside the terminal.
    Airport Taxis: Taxi companies available at the airport includ Apple Valley Taxi and Fox Valley Cab.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include gift shops, restaurants, a dog day-care facility, ATMs, and vending machines.
    Parking Short and long-term parking bays are right in front of the terminal.
    La Crosse Regional Airport
    Location: The airport is located five miles (8km) northwest of La Crosse.
    Time: GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
    Getting to the city: La Crosse Municipal Transit provides transport to the La Crosse area. Local shuttle companies offer door-to-door service.
    Car Rental: Rental cars are available from Hertz, Avis, National, and Enterprise.
    Airport Taxis: Taxi companies servicing the airport include CTS Taxi and Bee Cab Inc. They can be contacted via the courtesy phone next to the baggage claim area. Ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft are also available.
    Facilities: Terminal facilities include a lost and found, a conference room, a pet relief area, a children's room, and a gift shop. The newly refurbished airport restaurant offers food and a bar, serving locally brewed products.
    Parking There is a 20-minute grace period in all lots. The short-term lot charges $2 for the first hour and $1 per half hour thereafter, up to a maximum of $11 per day. Long-term parking is free for the first 20 minutes, $2 for the first hour, or portion thereof, and $1 per hour thereafter up to $8 per day.
    Green Bay-Austin Straubel International Airport
    Location: The airport is located nine miles (14km) southwest of Green Bay.
    Time: GMT -6 (GMT -5 from mid-March to the first Sunday in November).
    Getting to the city: There is no public transport directly serving the airport. However, a number of shuttle companies offer door-to-door service, while ride-hailing apps, taxis, and rental cars are also available.
    Car Rental: Rental cars are available from Avis, Enterprise, Hertz, and Alamo.
    Airport Taxis: Numerous taxi companies service Green Bay Airport, including Ace Cab, Astro Taxi, Elite Shuttle, Yellow Cab, It's Your Taxi & Shuttle, and 1 Awesome Cab. Ride-hailing apps such as Uber and Lyft are also available. It is advisable to book a taxi ahead of time to ensure prompt service.
    Facilities: Airport facilities include vending machines, family areas, business centres, VIP lounges, and ATMs.
    Parking Parking in the short-term lot is $1 per half hour up to $16 per day. The long-term lot charges $1 per hour, up to $8 per day, and $40 per week. There is a cell phone lot for pick-ups and drop-offs.
    Website: www.flygrb.com