|Traveling to||Terre Haute|
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|Airlines Serving||American Airlines, Delta, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines|
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As you peer out the window of your plane, you can see the two historic highways—US Route 40, extending from California to Maryland—and US 41, which travels from Lake Michigan to Florida. The intersection of those famous roads lies in Terre Haute, Indiana, at 3rd and Wabash. From the city known as the "Crossroads of America," you can use the wandering highways and byways to travel anywhere in America. By air, however, Terre Haute flights drop into Indianapolis International Airport (IND) delivering college students, patrons of the arts, and race fans to America's heartland for Terre Haute vacations.
After taking one of the flights to Terre Haute, a hotel near the airport provides a restful night's sleep. Rent a car or take a shuttle on the 68-mile trek to your Terre Haute hotel. Before heading out, take in a race at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway or take a tour of the Speedway on non-race days. Whether you're delivering your college student to the university, running on the world-class cross country track, or taking in the extraordinary collection of American art at the Swopes Art Museum, Terre Haute is filled with a variety of family-friendly activities. Music fills the air when Indiana's oldest symphony performs. Or, check out musicians at one of the many festivals that entertain crowds with classic blues, jazz, or barbershop quartets. From the birthplace of the Coca-Cola bottle to boat tours on the Wabash River and the PGA championship golf course, there's fun for everyone.
Take time to explore the city and enjoy its history, sports, art, and more. Travelocity can help you find the best Terre Haute airfare, hotels, and rental cars. Search over 400 airlines and more than 510,000 hotels worldwide. Bundle and save as you travel to the Crossroads of America.