What to see in Wisconsin, information on landscape and climatic features of this state, which is one of the most important holiday destinations in the United States.
One of the states that are part of the United States of America, Wisconsin is located in the Great Lakes region, bordering Lake Superior, the state and Lake Michigan, Illinois, Iowa and Minnesota.
It is one of the favorite holiday destinations for many Americans, thanks above all to its natural beauty.
Wisconsin has varied geographical features, including the flat area on the shore of Lake Superior, the northern plateaus rich in coniferous forests, the central plain characterized by particular rock formations and developed farms.
Wisconsin enjoys a temperate continental climate, which favors the cultivation of wheat, with very cold winters and fairly hot summers but with frequent rains.
The economy is mainly based on agriculture, manufacturing industry and tourism.
The most renowned places from a tourism point of view are the World Circus Museum, the House on the Rock in Spring Green, and important festivals that are mostly held in the summer months.
Madison is the capital of Wisconsin as well as the county seat of Dane County and a university campus.