Battle Creek is tucked between the Kalamzaoo and Battle Creek rivers in southern Michigan, and is a quintessentially charming U.S. city. Often referred to as "Cereal City," it is the world headquarters of the Kellogg Cereal Company, one of the area's biggest tourist attractions. Flights to Battle Creek land at the Kalamazoo/Battle Creek International Airport (AZO), which is about 20 miles west of the city. It's a very family-friendly place to visit and you can enjoy attractions like the wonderful Binder Park Zoo, the Art Center of Battle Creek, and the Kingman Museum and Planetarium. You'll fall in love with the small town charm of this bucolic Michigan town.
Transportation from AZO
Look for Battle Creek hotels near the Battle Creek International Airport to ensure you have a great home base for exploring the city. You can check out the Fort Custer Army National Guard Base, which served as a training ground in World War I. Once you've booked your Battle Creek flights, you can arrange ground transportation to your hotel. It's only about a 30-minute drive on I-94, so you can either get a taxi or rent a car at the airport. Some hotels also provide shuttle service to and from the airport. There is also limited bus service on the Kalamazoo Metro Transit. Once you've settled in, you can head out into the downtown area to try some of the top-notch restaurants in the city and experience the nightlife, including the local wineries and breweries.
Living It Up in Battle Creek
The Art Center of Battle Creek and the Franke Center for the Arts are both known for putting on great cultural events. And once you've taken in some theater, you can wrap up the night with a taste of Battle Creek's local brews. Look for cheap flights to Battle Creek here on Travelocity—and remember that you could save up to $537 when you book a hotel and flight at the same time. With all of our great deals on vacation packages in Battle Creek, you'll have plenty left over to explore the city!