|Top holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£430|
|Family holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£436|
|Romantic holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£893|
|Luxury holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£797|
|Budget holiday (Flight+Hotel)||£401|
Wisconsin is a U.S. state in the Midwest region which borders Illinois, Iowa and Michigan. Wisconsin is also beside the huge lakes of Lake Michigan and Lake Superior to the North. Visitors to Wisconsin can explore cities such as Milwaukee, Wisconsin Dells and the state capital Madison.
The largest airport to arrive at Wisconsin holidays is General Mitchell International Airport in Milwaukee. However, most of the airports in Wisconsin are regional. Tourists can also arrive in Wisconsin via ferry trips across the lakes from Michigan. The Empire Builder Line connects Chicago to Milwaukee. Wisconsin is six hours behind GMT and has a continental climate with snowy winters, and plenty of sunshine in the summer.
Wisconsin includes a variety of scenic state parks. Lake Superior has the Big Bay State Park where there is a 1.5 mile beach on Madeline Island. At the Wyalusing State Park, which includes many bluffs and forests, holidaymakers can canoe along the Mississippi or Wisconsin Rivers. Door County also has a variety of state parks and 250 miles of coastline. Amongst them is the 3,776 acre Peninsula State Park along Green Bay which has 18-hole golf courses. The Whitefish Dunes State Park, in Door County, has miles of sandy beach and some of Wisconsin's tallest sand dunes.
Water park enthusiasts should look no further than Wisconsin Dells, home to the Noah's Ark water park which is the largest in the United States. Mt. Olympus Water & Theme Park, in Wisconsin Dells, has a variety of thrilling roller coasters and water slides. Those who visit Milwaukee during their Wisconsin holidays should experience the museums such as the Milwaukee Public Museum and the 31,700 meters square Milwaukee Art Museum. In Madison there is large Henry Vilas Zoo, and Olbrich Botanical Garden which has the only Thai Pavilion in the United States.