Connecticut is a diverse state that will meet the needs of nearly every type of traveler. The urban lifestyle is ripe with live music, entertainment, and an enormous variety of fantastic restaurants. For those seeking a more refined endulgence, there are dozens of 5 star resourts and country clubs as well as many yacht clubs for socializing with the upper crust. This includes two world class casinos that are entertainment hubs of their own. The outdoor adventure oriented will find unique and challenging places to hike/backpack, rock climb, mountain bike, camp, road cycle, and kayak/canoe. Fishing and watersports such as scuba, swimming, and jet skiing are popular along the coast of Long Island Sound, but the quiet waters are not suitable for surfing. The costs of traveling in Connecticut are above the national average when considering fuel, auto rental, hotel, and food expenses, but there are a few alternatives for the shoe-string explorer. - For more detailed information about events and urban activities, please see CTNOW.com. For an outdoor adventure resource including free online maps and guides, please see Connecticut Explorer's Guide (CTXGuide.com).
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Edited by: czimborbryan on 06.04.2007 maplefanta on 26.05.2006