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Cheap Flights to Indiana

Cheap Flights to Indiana

If you are booking flights to Indiana, otherwise known as the Hoosier State, you can choose to fly into four different commercial airports. Indianapolis is the state capital and the city with the largest population. With a vast network of interstate highways and a history of serving as a railroad and canal hub, Indiana has long been referred to as the Crossroads of America. Many professional sporting events also take place in the state.

Flights to Indiana

If you book cheap flights to Indiana, there is a good chance you will fly into Indianapolis International Airport (IND) or South Bend International Airport (SBN). The Indianapolis International Airport is located less than 15 miles southwest of Indianapolis, off of I-70. The taxi fare from the airport to Indianapolis should be less than $40. The South Bend International Airport is just 4 miles west of South Bend, off of Progress Drive. Taxi fare from here to South Bend is about $15.

Attractions in Indiana

You may choose to book cheap flights to Indiana to see some of the state’s most popular attractions, including the Children's Museum of Indianapolis, the University of Notre Dame, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway Museum and the Indianapolis Museum of Art. Anyone more interested in outdoor activities may want to consider checking out the Fort Wayne Children's Zoo, the Holiday World & Splashin' Safari, Victory Field and Brown County State Park. Other notable destinations include the Lucas Oil Stadium, Blue Gate Theatre, the Eiteljorg Museum and Monument Circle.

Most people book flights to Indiana and either fly into Indianapolis or South Bend, which are the state’s two major cities. The two cities are less than 150 miles apart if you take Highway 31. Indianapolis is located near the center of Indiana, and South Bend is close to Lake Michigan and the state border, less than 95 miles southeast of Chicago, IL. Some of the most prominent resorts located near these two cities are the Holiday Inn Indianapolis Carmel, the Swan Lake Resort and Conference Center and the Oakwood Resort. Most of the major attractions can be found in Indianapolis or South Bend, but there are plenty of things to do in the smaller, surrounding towns as well.

Travel Tips for Indiana

Some of the biggest events occurring in Indiana throughout the year include the Zionsville Lions Club Annual Fall Festival in Zionsville, the Annual Lotus World Music & Arts Festival in Bloomington and the Lotus in the Park festival in Bloomington. Some of the major events happening in this state include the St. George Festival in Fishers, Beasley's Heartland Apple Festival in Danville and the Riley Festival in Greenfield during early October. There are actually a number of popular events in Indiana during every month of the year. Most of the popular restaurants in Indianapolis or South Bend serve pizza, Mexican food or Italian dishes. There are several popular steakhouses as well. Annual temperatures in Indiana range from 20 degrees in the winter to 82 degrees in the summer. There is just over a foot of snowfall in the winter on average, making Indiana a winter wonderland.

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