4 Days trip in United States

Budget: 0 USD - 1500 USD City sightseeing Beach activities Wildlife exploration Historical landmarks Food exploration
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The United States is a federal republic located in North America, known for its diverse geography, history, and culture. It is a world superpower and a melting pot of cultures.

General Infomation

Exchange Rate of 1 USD to USD
Washington, D.C.
GMT -0400 (Eastern Time Zone)
Best Way to Get Around

Day 1

  1. Milwaukee Public Market

    120 minutes

    Explore the Milwaukee Public Market, one of the most popular stops in Milwaukee. Sample local Wisconsin cheese and sausages, sip on a coffee from Stone Creek Coffee, or grab a sandwich or pastry from one of the many vendors.

  2. Milwaukee Art Museum

    180 minutes

    Visit the iconic Milwaukee Art Museum, known for its stunning architecture and impressive collection of art. Spend a few hours exploring the galleries or take a guided tour to learn more about the history of the museum and the art within it.

  3. Harbor House

    120 minutes

    Enjoy dinner at Harbor House, a seafood restaurant with views of the Milwaukee River and Lake Michigan. Try their lobster bisque, oysters, or one of their fresh catches of the day.

Day 2

  1. Cave of the Mounds

    120 minutes

    Visit Cave of the Mounds, a natural limestone cave with stunning formations and an underground river. Take a guided tour of the cave to learn about its geology and history, and explore the surrounding park to see wildlife and enjoy the outdoors.

  2. New Glarus Brewing Company

    90 minutes

    Tour the New Glarus Brewing Company, one of the most popular craft breweries in Wisconsin. Sample their famous Spotted Cow beer and other seasonal brews, and explore the quaint Swiss-inspired town of New Glarus.

  3. Talley's Folly

    120 minutes

    Dine at Talley's Folly, a farm-to-table restaurant in Madison known for its locally-sourced ingredients and innovative cuisine. Try their famous charcuterie board and one of their seasonal entrees.

Day 3

  1. Devil's Lake State Park

    240 minutes

    Hike the trails and explore the beautiful scenery at Devil's Lake State Park, one of the most popular outdoor recreation areas in Wisconsin. Check out the beach area for some swimming and sunbathing, or rent a kayak or canoe to explore the lake.

  2. International Crane Foundation

    120 minutes

    Visit the International Crane Foundation, a conservation organization dedicated to protecting cranes and their habitats around the world. Take a guided tour to learn about their work and see the cranes up close in their aviaries.

  3. Farm-to-Table Dinner at Driftless Cafe

    120 minutes

    Enjoy dinner at Driftless Cafe, a farm-to-table restaurant in Viroqua known for its locally-sourced ingredients and creative cuisine. Try their seasonal dishes and craft cocktails, and soak in the cozy atmosphere of this charming restaurant.

Day 4

  1. Door County

    480 minutes

    Drive up to Door County, a popular vacation spot known for its beautiful scenery and charming towns. Explore the beaches, lighthouses, and shops of towns like Sturgeon Bay, Fish Creek, and Sister Bay, and try some of the famous Door County cherries at one of the many orchards and farms in the area.

Estimated Cost (USD)


Budget Hostel
20-30 USD/night
Mid-range Hotel
80-100 USD/night
Luxury Airbnb
150-250 USD/night


Rental Car
40-100 USD/day
Public Transport (Bus and Train)
20 USD/day
50-100 USD/day


Street food
5-10 USD/meal
Mid-range restaurant
20-30 USD/meal
Fine dining
50-100 USD/meal


Entrance fee to museums and historical landmarks
10-20 USD/person
Wildlife exploration tours
50-100 USD/person
Brewery tours and food tastings
30-50 USD/person

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