|Round-trip from||S$ 1,948||From Singapore to Milwaukee|
Milwaukee is one of the financial and cultural hubs of the Midwest of the USA and continues to thrive as one of the most populous cities in the country. Milwaukee has a rich history and is one of the country’s up-and-coming arts and culture hubs, but what many people know about Milwaukee is what put it on the map: beer. In the 1800s, German immigrants settled in Milwaukee and brought with them some of the best brewing techniques this side of Lake Michigan. Over the years, Milwaukee has grown to become one of the best known beer capitals in the world. After your flight to Milwaukee sit back with a local brew and relax.
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Milwaukee has a humid continental climate. Summers are warm and pleasant, though thunderstorms can be frequent. Winters are quite cold, and snow is common and plentiful throughout the season. Due to its proximity to Lake Michigan, Milwaukee experiences “lake-effect” conditions. In the summer, areas along the lakeshore are often comparatively cooler than inland, and in the winter, they are slightly warmer. Tornado season is from March to June, and the wettest month of the year is August
Situated on Lake Michigan, Milwaukee is a lovely summer time destination. The city is filled with festivals and farmer’s markets and tourists and residents alike hit the streets for outdoor fun. Flights to Milwaukee and hotels are pricier in the summer due to an upswing in travel.
Winters are cold and wet in Milwaukee so it’s no surprise that city shuts down except for the schools. However, if you’re looking for cheap flights to Milwaukee, winter is the best time to save on fares.
Driving is an easy way to get around Miami, but you’ll have plenty of options. You can find desks for rental car companies like Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Enterprise and Hertz at Miami Airport. You can also take the Miami Metrorail from Dadeland to Palmetto for just a few dollars. The Metrobus covers the whole county for similarly priced fares. If you need to change buses, make sure you ask for a transfer when you buy your ticket. You can also take the Metromover, a free automated people mover that runs downtown. It’s a great way to see Miami’s most popular tourist and shopping areas.