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Lake Geneva, Wisconsin, a summertime vacation spot for many Chicago-area residents, reveals its artsy side each February, when snow sculptures nestle on the frozen shoreline.
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Just 60 miles southwest of Milwaukee, this pretty resort town's population of 8,000 swells every summer when vacationers arrive. Hotels, resorts and restaurants hug the lakeshore, and boat tours...
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This big city maintains ties to its German heritage (brews and brats, anyone?) while celebrating the present at an iconic art museum and fantastic festivals along Lake Michigan.
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The state capital tempts for weekend getaways with its famous farmers market, locavore eateries, outdoor rec–and Badger fandom.
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Sometimes we fall in love at first sight, and that’s the case with Madison, Wisconsin’s first boutique lodging, HotelRed, which opened in fall 2011.
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A pretty creek, a downtown with carefully preserved limestone buildings and some of the best shopping in the region await Christmas season visitors in Cedarburg, Wisconsin.
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Most people associate Sheboygan, Wisconsin, with its famous Sheboygan Bratwurst Company, but visitors with an appetite for more can find standout shopping, lakeside dining and contemporary art in...
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This 115-mile drive goes through six Wisconsin counties, taking travelers past sites like Holy Hill Basilica and Bald Bluff.
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A scenic drive in Wisconsin's Door County links galleries, orchards, lighthouses, state parks, shops and restaurants.
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The home to the Apostle Islands offers walking and biking tours, sailing outfitters and great ice cream.

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