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The state’s oldest city, Dubuque (population: 58,000) has lively historical districts near the mighty Mississippi.
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Politicians and 4-H’ers find plenty to do in Des Moines, home to both the capitol and state fair. High-end eats and fine art balance produce vendors at the farmers market and thrills at the state’s...
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Discover the Czech Village, Grant Wood’s art and studio, and impressive museums in Cedar Rapids, Iowa.
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A Mississippi River cruise, historic hotel, and river and art museums draw visitors to Dubuque, Iowa.
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The thrill of NASCAR racing, along with a lively town square and the Iowa’s most famous cheese, bring visitors to Newton, a half-hour east of Des Moines.
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Distinctive museums, eclectic shops and local flavors are attractions in Ames, Iowa, home of Iowa State University. <div style='clear:both;'> <iframe style='width:100%;...
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The distinctive hills on Iowa's western edge support a surprising variety of plants and animals; the 220-mile Loess Hills National Scenic Byway links prairies, parks, forests, communities and...
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On the 110-mile Historic Hills Scenic Byway, brilliant color fills valleys and rings farm fields along gravel and asphalt roads connecting the Villages of Van Buren County.
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The historic Amana Colonies—and a easy afternoon drive through the country—await just a few miles from busy Interstate-80.

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