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For a taste of America's quiet side, Nebraska is a perfect, laid-back holiday, with nature at the fore of its attractions. It's also the place to get steak, with most of its land used for farming maize and corn-fed cows.
There are eight state parks in Nebraska, teeming with wildlife, and some with wildlife sanctuaries and inspiring bird watching opportunities. If you and your family love animals, Nebraska's largest urban area, Omaha, offers a magical zoo that is run in an entirely ethical way.
The mighty prairies, which are thousands upon thousands of square miles of grassland, open up historical and natural sites of interest that you just can't get to unless you have your own vehicle to drive. However, once you're on your way, there is so much to see and do if you scratch a little below the surface.
The people in Nebraska are really friendly, and delighted to share their relaxed life with visitors. Because there isn't as much tourism as in places like neighbouring Colorado, you'll find that the prices are brilliant for your wallet, and that a little goes a very long way. Cheap but very comfortable accommodation is easy to find, and tasty home-cooked food is the order of the day on any day.
If you're interested in learning about the history of the state and its pioneers as well as taking part in outdoor activities, the Oregon Trail offers some great sections to hike where you can get the feel for what the first pioneers must have gone through a couple of centuries back.
Nebraska also offers a few history lessons in the form of living museums and even ranches where you get to actually experience what it might have been like to live there in the 19th century. Great for adults, but if you've got kids, it's a lovely way for them to really understand history. Looking at it in a book is nothing like the reality.
To get the most out of Nebraska, car rental from either Omaha Airport or Lincoln Municipal Airport is available to help you get on your way.
If you're not sure where to start, and the bigger cities don't hold your interest too well, you'll find that one of the most intriguing towns in the state is Bellevue, which is also the oldest settlement. It's got a really fascinating historical downtown area called Olde Towne and the Fontenelle Forest nearby offers wildlife and walks that will fill up the heart of even the most dedicated townie.