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Cheap flights to Wisconsin

Bordered by Lake Superior, Illinois, Lake Michigan, and Minnesota to the north, south, east, and west, respectively, Wisconsin is the 23rd state in total land area, and is the 20th most populous, with its 72 counties. With its capital Madison, and largest city Milwaukee, the state of Wisconsin is geographically diverse with the Northern Highland and Western Upland along with a part of the Central Plain, occupying the west of the state, and with the lowlands that stretch to the shore of Lake Michigan. 

The climate within Wisconsin has been classified as hot summer humid continental climate within its southern third, while the colder north has been classified as warm summer humid continental climate. The highest temperature ever recorded was 46 degrees Celsius or 114 degrees Fahrenheit, while the lowest temperature ever recorded was -48 degrees Celsius, or -55 degrees Fahrenheit. Even with a hot summer to warm summer humid continental climate classification, the state of Wisconsin also receives a large amount of regular snowfall that averages around 40 inches in the south, and up to 160 inches in the Lake Superior snowbelt annually.

 

What to see & do

Relying on tourism as one of the state’s largest industries, Milwaukee has a good number of attractions and activities, such as the Milwaukee Public Museum, Milwaukee Art Museum, Maier Lakefront Festival Park, Miller Brewery Tours, in addition to other spots along the neighbourhood. Madison also offers the capitol building with one of the world’s largest domes, and the University of Wisconsin with its museums and Bascom Hall. Other attractions include Noah’s Ark, Mt. Olympus, Wisconsin Ducks and tours, Mini Golf Courses, in addition to Door County’s beaches, campsites, among others. The state of Wisconsin is also known as ‘America’s Dairyland’, due to being one of the United States’ leading dairy producers, mainly of cheese.

 

How to get around within Wisconsin 

Most of Wisconsin can be explored via the state’s public transportation services. The state has published a get-around guide titled ‘Getting Around Wisconsin Without A Car: A Public Transportation Guide’. Within the state, there are several bus providers that run all throughout Wisconsin, such as Badger Coaches, Greyhound, Indian Trails, Jefferson Lines, Lamers Coach, and Wisconsin Coach. The state also

has train services with Amtrak and its two lines, the Hiawatha with its seven daily roundtrips between Milwaukee and Chicago, along with stops by Racine and Mitchell Field Airport. In addition, Wisconsin has seven interstate highways that transverse the state.

 

How to get there

Among the many airports that serve the state of Wisconsin is the General Mitchell International Airport. The airport is a county-owned, joint civil-military public airport within the south of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the central business district of the state. The airlines and destinations the airport operate to and from include Toronto, via Air Canada Express; Seattle via Alaska Airlines operated by SkyWest Airlines; Dallas via American Airlines; Chicago and Dallas via American Eagle; Delta Air Lines with its flights to and from Cincinnati, Detroit, and New York; Cincinnati and Detroit via Delta Connection; Southwest Airlines with flights to and from Atlanta, Baltimore, Boston, Fort Lauderdale, Fort Myers, and New York, to name a few; Cleveland, Houston, and Newark via United Express; with flights to Phoenix, Charlotte, and Philadelphia via US Airways, and US Airways Express. The airport also operates seasonal flights to Cancún and Cozumel via Aeromexico; Orlando via Delta Air Lines and Delta Connection; and Montego Bay, via Southwest Airlines, among others. 

Flights to Wisconsin

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