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  • Sunset over Milwaukee

Wisconsin’s largest city, Milwaukee, is a friendly Midwestern town with a combination of cherished tradition and modern attitude.

”Brew Town” celebrates its beer brewing heritage while adding to its appeal with a powerhouse arts scene, big-city attractions, revitalized historic districts, and a vibrant farm-to-table culinary scene. 

Calling itself “The City of Festivals,” Milwaukee is home to many summer festivals, including Summerfest, the world's largest music festival, featuring 12 live music stages.

Built along the lakefront of Lake Michigan, and with the Milwaukee River weaving through downtown, excursion boats and kayaks beckon from the waters. Rent a kayak or take a water tour along the lakefront. Or explore the city’s attractions such as the Milwaukee Art Museum, Miller Park, and the impressive Harley-Davidson Museum displaying more than 450 Harley-Davidson motorcycles and historical artifacts. 

Experience the city's brewing heritage on tours offered by MillerCoors and local microbreweries such as the Lakefront Brewery, Milwaukee Brewing Company, and Sprecher Brewing. 

Head out on a walking tour of the Historic Financial District with Historic Milwaukee tours. Or visit the grand Flemish Renaissance Revival Pabst Mansion, restored 1844 Kilbourntown House, or 1830s Jeremiah Curtin House. 

One of the hottest new areas in Milwaukee to eat, drink, and play is the bustling Deer District, built on 30 acres surrounding Fiserv Forum, the home of the Milwaukee Bucks. This neighbourhood is filled with restaurants, entertainment, and bars like the Drink Wisconisbly pub which sells “Laverne & Shirley” cocktails. Finish up with a farm-to-table braised steak at award-winning Braise, Lake Superior walleye filet at Goodkind New American eatery, or lamb loin schnitzel at Sobelman’s Pub and Grill, famous for their over-the-top stacked Bloody Marys, including the towering “Chicken Fried Bloody Beast.”

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  • The Great Lakes

    MODERATE| SELF DRIVE: A terrific trip introducing you to four of the Great Lakes. From Chicago, north along the shores of Lake Michigan to the point where it meets Lake Huron. Down to Detroit along Lake Erie into Canada and Lake Ontario until you close the loop driving the southern shores of Lake Erie back to Chicago. Milwaukee, famous for brewing and Mackinac Island, steeped in history are stops enroute, as are Niagara Falls and Toronto. The Rock’n’Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland is worth a visit before returning to the ‘Windy City’.
    Duration:
    15 Days
    Prices From:
    US$ 2,549
    Trip Type:
    Self-Drives
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