Denver, Colorado – The Mile High City – IPW 2018

IPW – Bringing the World to America

IPW is the travel industry’s premier international marketplace and the largest generator of travel to the U.S. In just three days of pre-scheduled business appointments, more than 6,000 delegates representing U.S. travel organizations from every region of the USA and international and domestic buyers and media from 70+ countries meet face-to-face to conduct future travel business to the USA.

Join us in Denver, May 19-23, 2018.

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An outdoor city with an easygoing vibe

Denver is a vibrant, active city at the base of the majestic Rocky Mountains. With 300 annual days of sunshine, The Mile High City is a year-round destination that combines rich Western heritage and passion for the outdoors with urban excitement. Its walkable downtown features chef-owned restaurants, brewpubs, professional sports, shopping, family attractions, arts and culture. And the locals you’ll meet have a laid-back, positive attitude and an open, welcoming spirit. Denver is the premier gateway to the best of the Western USA’s national parks including Mesa Verde, one of four national parks in Colorado, as well as Yellowstone in Wyoming and the Canyonlands in Utah.

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Wyoming – Grand Teton National Park

Wyoming, home to the Yellowstone National Park

From towering, snow-capped mountain ranges to elevated prairies, Wyoming is an outpost of rugged beauty, and home to some of the USA’s most diverse wildlife. This state also has a friendly, welcoming culture with a Western flair that is evident from the luxury of Jackson Hole to its historic small towns. From big skies, cowboy culture and Native American powwows to five-star food, sumptuous spas and a lively craft beer scene, Wyoming offers an invigorating view into authentic Western life.

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South Dakota – Mount Rushmore

South Dakota – Step back in time to the American Wild West

Behind agriculture, tourism is South Dakota’s second-largest industry. Visitors are drawn outside of city limits to the state’s recreation and wildlife-watching opportunities at myriad sprawling national and state parks and along scenic byways. While discovering off-the-beaten-path treasures, the inherent thread of Wild West history and American Indian culture piques one’s curiosity, fueling the desire to explore some more.

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North Dakota – Legendary

Legendary North Dakota

The footsteps of many legends mark North Dakota. On this land, Lewis and Clark, Sakakawea, George Custer and Sitting Bull lived out larger-than-life adventures. Trek the same path they traversed years ago: retrace the Corps of Discovery’s expedition as you follow the Lewis & Clark Trail, or let your imagination wander through Theodore Roosevelt National Park like the Park’s bison and wild horses, and look upon the same rugged landscape that inspired the 26th President of the United States. Today, born explorers and fun-seekers alike can discover what makes North Dakota legendary. Hike, bike, ride, dine and sight-see across the state, and make your own mark on history.

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Orlando – Florida

The ultimate theme park destination

Our lives are collections of stories. And no place can inspire incredible stories quite like Orlando. It is a destination where children and grownups alike can let their imaginations soar as they reconnect with those who matter most and fill their days with once-in-a-lifetime experiences.

For many, those experiences begin with Orlando’s legendary theme parks, where there are endless opportunities for unforgettable moments. Like seeing the joy in a toddler’s face when she’s running to greet a favorite character. Or feeling the anticipation that builds as you strap into a new pulse-pounding thrill ride.

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Tennessee – Sun Studio

The soundtrack of America – made in Tennessee

Whether it’s hiking the Appalachian Trail, conquering the coasters at Dollywood, savoring some Jack Daniels and barbecue, making the pilgrimage to Graceland or paying your respects at the National Civil Rights Museum, it’s hard to beat the variety of things to do in Tennessee. This Southern destination mixes historic and modern in places like Memphis, Nashville, Knoxville and Chattanooga. Look for Civil War sites, civil rights monuments and some of music’s most legendary landmarks right alongside world-class cultural venues, trendy food spots and craft distilleries and breweries.

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Montana – Glacier National Park

Montana: experience the Glacier National Park, the crown of the continent

Montana is a rare place, where a person can slow down and enjoy the grandeur of nature and the American West. With just one million residents spread out over more than 38-million hectares (an area larger than Germany), it is one of America’s greatest unspoiled treasures of scenic lands and wildlife. And a mix of modern and traditional cultures make it the ideal place to experience the history of the frontier and authentic small-town American life.

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Boston – Massachusetts

Mass appeal

The state of Massachusetts offers visitors an extraordinarily rich array of choices. Its six major regions provide a virtual checklist of options to appeal to any traveler: adventure, relaxation and rejuvenation, romance, and arts and culture.

Boston, the state capital, is rich in history, culture, entertainment, and sophisticated cuisine. From award-winning destination restaurants to intimate neighborhood bistros, there are a wealth of dining choices.

The Freedom Trail winds through the city’s sites that played a key role in the American Revolution; the African American Heritage Trail explores Boston’s 19th-century African American community. Riding the Swan Boats in the Public Garden is a unique Boston experience. The city’s major art institutions – the Museum of Fine Arts, the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, and the Institute of Contemporary Art – offer illuminating and provocative exhibitions; marquees light up the Theater District. Newbury Street is always bustling with its galleries, sidewalk cafes, boutiques and brand-name shops. Funky, multicultural Cambridge is just across the Charles River, home to MIT, Harvard University, and Harvard Square’s restaurants, shops, and bookstores.

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