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Book a hotel in Indiana for a perfect combination of the the slow pace of Midwestern life with the passion for speed and adrenaline at the world famous Indy 500 race. The state’s largest city, Indianapolis lies at its centre with a selection of classic Midwest small towns surrounding it. Check out the traditional lifestyles in Amish Country, walk and cycle through a big selection of state parks and visit the traditional architecture of Bloomington and Columbus. There’s even a stretch of sandy beach in the state’s far north western corner.
Central Indiana - The expansive heartland of the state that surrounds the main city Indianapolis and the Nine County Region. This is where the majority of the population lives and you’ll find the best shopping, dining, nightlife and accommodation options.
Northwestern Indiana - Home to the beautiful Indiana Dunes on Lake Michigan, this northwestern corner is close to Chicago with regenerating cities like Gary to stay at, at its heart.
Southern Indiana - Farmland gradually turns into hills and forest as it fades into the Kentucky border. You can also stay in a hotel in Bloomington, a lively university city with a young and creative crowd.
Indianapolis - The social, cultural, artistic and shopping centre of the state and also home to the famous race named after it. Live music, top family attractions and even gondola rides through the city’s waterways.
Northern Indiana - Home to the legendary South Bend where you’ll find the football playing university Notre Dame as well as the state’s second largest city Fort Wayne.
Indiana is a classic Midwestern state, dominated by agriculture but with a distinct character all of its own. There’s a number of great state parks you can visit, including the White River and Indiana Dunes Lakeshore near Chicago in the northern part of the state. Follow hiking paths along ten miles of beaches, crossing over sand dunes and through woodland. There are top sporting attractions here too, including the Motor Speedway, NCAA Hall of Champions and the renowned football playing college Notre Dame up in South Bend. Book lovers and history buffs can visit the Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library and Monument Circle in Indianapolis.
There are some big events throughout the year in Indiana including Thunder Over Louisville, one of the country’s biggest fireworks spectaculars, and the Indiana State Fair in August. The Indiana 500 race is the most attended sporting event in the world and well worth a watch whether you love motorsports or not. There are also some other racing events including the Allstate 400 and Salem Speedway races. Visit Indianapolis and enjoy some classic Midwestern hospitality in one of the city’s famous bars and get chatting with the local Hoosiers, an enduring nickname for residents with a mysterious origin.
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