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Traveling to Wisconsin for a CME Conference?

Traveling to Wisconsin for a CME Conference?

Posted by Dr. Ushasri Boda on July 25, 2018

Are you planning a trip to Wisconsin for an upcoming continuing medical education (CME) conference? Then you might want to check out this blog post for some cheesy updates, places to visit, eat, drink, and shop.

Wisconsin is one of the cheesiest places in America and it is proud of it! It is often dubbed as ‘America’s Dairyland’ because of the number of dairy products it produces, especially cheese. It is estimated that nearly 2.5 billion pounds of cheddar cheese, Gouda, and other varieties of cheeses are produced here annually. It is also renowned for tourism, information technology, cranberries, and paper products.

Wisconsin has beautifully maintained German American and Scandinavian American cultures. In addition to the culture, Wisconsin will mesmerize you with its natural beauty.

Weather

Wisconsin weather can be described as a humid continental climate. This means that the summers will be humid and the winters will be snowy. Peak tourist season is considered to be between June and August and is the ideal time to visit with family. September to November is the considered off-season and yet you will still be able to access a lot of fun-filled activities.

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Travel

Wisconsin is well connected with major highways, rail, and airports. You might want to rent a car here, as it will be easier to commute whether you are traveling a short or long distance. You can rent a car while you book your flights and hotels at Priceline.com;. Be sure to notice the license plate, proudly declaring “America’s Dairyland.”

Places to eat and drink

Enjoy your evenings with gourmet food and beer, and don’t forget the cheese. You may be lucky enough to visit one of the various art festivals. Wisconsin has a number of places that are renowned for their food and beer. We have listed a few.

  • Sanford Restaurant- Milwaukee
  • The Old Fashion-Madison
  • Joe’s Texas BBQ- Green Bay
  • Bacchus – Milwaukee
  • Trattoria Stefano – Sheboygan
  • Crazy Water- Milwaukee
  • Tochi- Milwaukee
  • Blue’s Egg- Milwaukee
  • The Great Dane Pub & Brewery- Madison
  • Port Huron Brewing Company- Wisconsin Dell
  • New Glarus Brewing Company- New Glarus
  • Le Reve Patisserie & Café- Wauwatosa

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Nightlife

Visit one of these nightclubs and enjoy an amazing crowd, music, and drinks:

  • Jynx Nightclub – Milwaukee
  • Hot Water Warehouse and Nightclub - Milwaukee
  • LUCID Light Lounge - Milwaukee

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Shopping

We have listed some of the best places to shop in Wisconsin:

  • Monroe Street - Madison
  • Outlets at the Dell – Baraboo
  • Hilldale Shopping Center - Madison
  • West Towne Mall - Madison
  • Orange Tree Imports - Madison

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If you would like to find your next CME medical conference in Wisconsin and need some guidance, then visit eMedEvents.com where over 102189+ conferences are listed.

eMedEvents covers over 210 specialties and over 18,315 organizers have listed their medical conference information with us. You can also select the right conference for you based on your specialty and location in Wisconsin or elsewhere.

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