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Most Wisconsin hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Wisconsin is known for its dairy, cherries, beer and football. Visit Green Bay, home of the NFL Packers football team. Spectators take pride in their hardiness, watching games in the “frozen tundra of Lambeau Field.” For a warm-weather activity, go to the field during summer’s pre-season training. At the end of practice, local kids offer their bikes to the burly players to ride across the parking lot to the locker rooms.
Packer fans call themselves “cheese-heads.” To fit in with die-hard fans, pick up an orange foam wedged hat to wear to watch your next Packer game. For a refreshing snack, purchase local cheese curds, so fresh that the cheese squeaks when you chew it.
Venture south of Green Bay to the Door Peninsula for U-pick tart cherries or freshly baked pies. The Wisconsin Dells, with striking views of Wisconsin River cliffs, has long been a summertime vacation favorite. Now it’s great for a visit at any time of year for its outdoor beauty and many year-round indoor water parks.
German immigrants originally started some of the oldest breweries in the Midwest U.S. in Milwaukee, now the largest city in Wisconsin. Tour one of these longstanding breweries or sample small-volume beers at the many new craft alehouses. This area offers sports on Lake Michigan with summer swimming and boating, as well as winter ice fishing and iceboating. You can even try curling. Cultural activities include renowned art museums, repertory theater, symphony orchestra and casino gambling.
Madison is the state capital and home of the University of Wisconsin, with some of the top college athletic teams in the country. You’ll find many ethnic restaurants and shops serving the university’s international population. Enjoy some of the more than 250 parks around the city.
Northern Wisconsin has thousands of acres of pristine wilderness, perfect for hiking, fishing, hunting and other outdoor activities. By the end of your Wisconsin visit, you’ll be singing “On Wisconsin” along with Badger fans from the University of Wisconsin.
A: Take your trip to the next level with a rental car. Whether you're exploring the sights and sounds of Milwaukee or heading out into the wider Waukesha County area, having a car gives you the freedom to do your vacation your way. Madison and and its surrounding region are also best explored from behind the wheel. So what are you waiting for? Browse our guide to Cheap Car Hire in Wisconsin and see if anything catches your eye.
A: When you land in Wisconsin, it's likely you'll be reunited with your checked-in baggage at Milwaukee, WI (MKE-General Mitchell Intl.). This top airport operates 54 international flights each month.
A: Wisconsin has lots of options for all sorts of budgets. If you're after a bit of R&R, there's no shortage of hotels. Motels, bed & breakfasts and condos are other popular accommodations.
A: You can choose to plan out every little detail of your upcoming trip or let Expedia help take some stress away with a wonderful Wisconsin vacation package. Hotels, flights and car rentals — we have them covered. All that's left to do is figure out what activities and experiences you'd like to try.
A: Book a package deal with Expedia. It's really that simple. Hotels, Rental Cars, Flights — make your reservations for your next getaway and see the savings add up. It's time to plan your dream vacation (and save some dollars while you're at it).
A: There are opportunities everywhere when vacationing in Milwaukee. If you're not sure where to start, mosey along to Whitnall Park, Bayshore Town Center and Fiserv Forum.
If you're off to Madison, Mt. Horeb Area Museum, University Ridge Golf Course and Blue Mound State Park are certainly well worth exploring.
Lastly, get a feel for life in Green Bay by embarking on a day trip to Meyer Theatre, Kastle Park and Seroogy's Chocolates.
*Savings based on all vacation package bookings with Flight + Hotel on Expedia.com from January through December 2020, as compared to price of the same components booked separately. Savings will vary based on origin/destination, length of trip, stay dates and selected travel supplier(s). Savings not available on all packages. For Free Flight or 100% Off Flight deals, package savings is greater than or equal to the current cost of one component, when both are priced separately.
This hotel is a spectacular old-world structure, with styling you just don't see in newer properties. We were put on the first floor, and thought, that's not good, but when we walked into the room, we had 15 ft ceilings. Tall curtains, lots of light. Lots of history to take in here in the first 3 ...
Need to update the rooms mold all over the ceilings and bathrooms. Been this way for YEARS! The lake front is what makes this hotel appealing. Also you should not charge for entry to the ADULT POOL and locker room. You all ready charge 16.00 a night in “ resort fees”. So makes no sense for you to ...
This is a new property, located a few blocks to Milwaukee's new arena, the Fiserv Forum. Everything was fresh/new and the staff was friendly and helpful.
It’s a nice place just need to clean the rooms a little better. But a nice stay overall.