Missouri Travel Guide

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Missouri is a unique state. A mix of southern and western cultural influences make it one of a kind, just like the exquisite wines it produces. Located in the Midwestern region of the United States, Missouri is a border state that comprises beautiful state parks, refreshing rivers and exhilarating caves. The variety of the landscape offers visitors plenty of lodging options. Rustic cabins in the middle of huge state parks, inns in the heart of historic towns and brand name hotels in the big cities are part of the accommodations available in Missouri. St Louis, one of the most popular cities of the state, is also the first stop of the famous Route 66, when this road crosses Missouri. Travelers enter the city to see the Gateway Arch and the Museum of Westward Expansion, among other attractions, and then continue on Route 66 to towns like Gray Summit and Stanton.    

From winter to summer, Missouri is full of landscapes and scenic roads that families or couples on a getaway will enjoy tremendously. Most wary travelers first pick a place to sleep, and then trace the road for hours and hours of scenic drives. Inns, motels and bed and breakfasts are scattered around the state close enough to popular landmarks. Tourist will find such accommodations near the Alley Spring Grist Mill in Eminence, or by the legendary Great River Road, a National Scenic Byway through north and southeast Missouri. The “Show Me” state has another nickname most people don't know about: “The “Type Cave State”. Travelers stay at campgrounds, motels and resorts in towns like Hannibal, Montgomery City or Camdenton to have direct access to some of the 6,000 documented caves that can be found within the borders of Missouri.  

Food and wine lovers know they can have a good time in this state. Augusta, Ste. Genevieve and Hermann are some of the wine countries located in Missouri; magical places full of restaurants, wineries and the most charming hotels and inns. Small cottages, antique homes and modern buildings serve as lodging for thirsty tourists looking for a place to sleep after a couple of wine tasting events. Many tourists choose to start their journey in Jefferson City (the capital) or Kansas City, and then hit the road to unique destinations and attractions. No matter what their last destination is, or whether they want to learn about wine or go hiking in the hills, Missouri has comfortable accommodations for all budgets.


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