Iowa Travel Guide
One of the many states in USA, Iowa distinguishes itself from the others by having great and large cornfields, great outdoors and lots of activities that keep attracting tourists. Coming here they feel the local’s attraction for the outdoors and for recreational activities and they get swept by the same desire. Of course there are plenty of facilities like baseball fields, golf courses, places to fish, hike, ride your bike and many more.
Besides this frolic, there are many landmarks to remind one of Iowa like the bridges of Madison County. And the state does not lack personalities either. One of them is Grant Wood, a well known artist who also contributed to Iowa’s fame.
The capital city is Des Moines, a city known for its attractions. People come here mostly to visit the State Historical Building and the art centre. Other worth visiting cities in the state are Cedar Rapids, Iowa City, West Bend or Dyersville.
The best way of getting in the heart of Iowa is by landing at Des Moines International airport and from there you have connections to all major cities. Major routs running through the state are I-35 and I-80.
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