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Connecticut is the southernmost of the New England states and, as the third
smallest state in the United States, still has a lot to offer. For hikers, the
Litchfield Hills, the highest low mountain range in the state in northwest
Connecticut, are a fabulous destination. The "Appalachian Trail", a 3,450 km
long long-distance hiking trail that leads over the highest peaks of several
states from Georgia in the south to Maine in the north, presents fantastic views
of the hilly landscape.
The port city of New Haven is best known for its famous Yale University. On
campus you can take an informative tour or visit one of the interesting museums.
You should also not miss a trip to the capital Hartford. There you should
take a guided tour of the Mark Twain House. The creator of the novel heroes
Huckleberry Finn and Tom Sawyer lived and worked here. You can also find out
more about his life and work in connection with American history in the
You can take a real trip back in time every year in October. A three-hour
steam train ride from Essex to Chester and a subsequent steamboat ride on the
Connecticut River through an enchanting autumn landscape will take you back in
Connecticut awaits you with a warm, temperate and maritime climate with snowy
winters. The temperatures rarely reach extreme values here. The best time to
travel is from May to October.
Connecticut Facts & Figures
Area: 14,357 kmē
Capital: Hartford (approx.129,000 pe)
Highest point: Mount Frisell (725 m)
Largest city: Bridgeport (approx. 144,000 pe)
Taxes: Sales Tax 6%
Time zone: Eastern Standard Time (UTC -5 / -4)
Interstates 104 km / h
other roads 88 km / h
Int. Airports: Hartford-Bradley
Mystic is a unique open-air museum and attracts thousands of visitors
from near and far every year. With its historic ships and interactive
exhibitions, Mystic knows how to delight every holiday maker.
The small town of Mystic used to be an important port for ships from all over
the world. The historic village from the 19th century is a popular destination
for locals and tourists. In its world-famous museum, the Mystic Seaport, immerse
yourself in the time when large sailing ships cruised on the world's oceans. On
several old ships you can let a breeze blow your nose and on the last wooden
whaling ship, the "Charles W. Morgan", you can experience for yourself how it
must have felt as a crew member on such a ship. If you want, you can also try
yourself as a captain on a small rowing or sailing boat or take the "Sabino"
steamship on the Mystic River.
Explore the interactive exhibits in Mystic and see how staff maintain and
service the ships. After the sailors in Mystic have demonstrated their skills on
the ships before your eyes, you can listen to the chanting of the Chanteymen. But
there is more to see in Mystic. For example, you can watch stars in the Treworgy
Planetarium, stroll through the beautiful gardens or attend one of the many
events and shows.
Highlights in Mystic
- Charles W. Morgan Whaleship
The last wooden whaling ship is the "crown jewel" in the Mystic Seaport. It
was put into service in 1841 and has been visited by over 20 million people
since it was turned into a museum ship at Mystic Seaport.
In the town, which is modeled on a place from the 19th century, you can
discover how people lived at that time. There are shops, museums and guided
tours through this exciting place.
- Treworgy Planetarium
In the Planetarium you can learn more about the stars and learn how
seafarers navigated in times when there was no GPS.
Information about Mystic
Historic ships: approx. 20
Histor. Building: approx. 60