Milwaukee is the ideal city for a trip to the American Midwest.
Located on the west shore of Lake Michigan, this charming place is highly known for its breweries, authentic neighbourhoods, modernity, and tradition (honoured by its history with Germany). Indeed, this pretty town on the lake will leave you with remarkable memories. rnHistory lovers can rejoice during a visit to the Milwaukee Art Museum, which reveals a beautiful collection of works of art on four levels and 40 galleries. You will find, in particular, the American and German decorative arts. Then the Milwaukee Public Museum will immerse you in the state's natural history with exhibits and dioramas to make you live in various ecosystems and eras. You will also learn a lot at the Harley-Davidson Museum, where the Design Lab will be waiting for you for a bit of exploration. It will also be an opportunity to simulate a realistic motorcycle ride in a video! In summer, the Summerfest, the largest outdoor music festival in the world, will welcome you, and in winter, you will have the opportunity to enjoy the ice rink or horse-drawn carriage rides. Then, for your afternoon walks, you will be spoilt for choice between the many parks of Milwaukee, such as the Oak Leaf Trail, Swing Park or Lake Park (to play a round of golf if you feel like it). The Old World Third Street will allow you to discover Milwaukee's specialities, including the cheese factory and the spice market. The RiverWalk will also take you to various restaurants and pubs to taste the brandy Old-fashioned or delicious beers and other places to entertain you at night. rn