The greatness Wisconsin centers can be seen when you come here. Wisconsin is a state of great towns, instead of a state of one huge city. We shall give you a highlight of five of such great towns and you would love them.
Best Green Town: Madison
When you talk about one being conscious of his environment, we have just a few towns that can compete with Madison. It has one of the best urban bicycle systems in the country, a nationally commended chef in the locavore restaurant. They are other countless eco-friendly initiatives that contribute in making Madison the center for all. It is known to have the most vibrant green economy and progressive urban planner mayors. It has the best new bicycle commuter infrastructure and plans for new light rail system.
Best Outdoor Activities Town: Wausau
in Wausau the is no outdoor activity that you are not likely to find there, ranging from Skiing on Rib Mountain, kayaking on the Wisconsin River at Whitewater Park and hiking the Ice Age Trails re just one of such things you will enjoy. plenty of parks to visit, Rib Mountain, snowmobile trails, fishing in Lake Wausau is another fun filled experience and kayaking championships. In Wausau the is always something to do.
Best Harbor Town: Bayfield
the beauty of Bayfield is exceptional that attracts travelers to its Lake Superior shoreline. It has many exciting activities historic lighthouses to kayak tours of sea caves and sailing on the Great Lake also close to Apostle Islands National Lakeshore , the riverside town is classically old-fashioned. Close to Apostle Islands National Lakeshore
Best Arts & Entertainment Town: Milwaukee
when it comes to arts no other city competes with Milwaukee having hosted national acts at Bradley Center and the Marcus Center for the Performing Arts to showcasing local and regional talent in venues like Riverside, even the world renowned art collections at Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee’s arts and Marquette’s Haggerty Museum. The city is greatly endowed with lots of entertainments like rap, Opera, rock and rockabilly, has the biggest music festivals in the world with good venues like Cathedral Park and Jazz Estate for jazz; for polka and fish fry we use the riverfront and Lakefront Brewery ,for rock we have Rave and Shank Hall. Renaissance bookshop is there to keep you busy and the restaurants, museums and symphony are not at all far from each other.
Best Foodie Town: Madison
Madison is still at their best when it comes to food. The city has flavor of all kinds of taste buds, lettuce, and bacon sauce with a fried egg at The Old Fashioned on the square, hamburger stacked with onion straws. Along the state street they have so many international array of restaurants, genuine Pad Thai on State Street or the Capitol Square for high-end locavore dining, Johnny Delmonico’s is another stunning spots in the city where the staff serves you quality food. We have product from the nation’s largest producers-only farmers, a walk to Willy Street for organic fare.