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State of Delaware.

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Delaware, located on the Mid-Atlantic coast of the United States, is affectionately known as “The First State” because it was the first to ratify the U.S. Constitution in 1787. This small but historically significant state offers a mix of historical sites, picturesque landscapes, and coastal charm.

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Wilmington: Delaware’s largest city, Wilmington is home to cultural attractions like the Delaware Art Museum and Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library, which showcases American decorative arts.

Dover: As the state capital, Dover boasts a rich history, including The Green, a historic public square. The city is also home to the Delaware State Capitol and the Biggs Museum of American Art.

Rehoboth Beach: Known for its beautiful sandy beaches, Rehoboth Beach is a popular coastal destination with a lively boardwalk, boutique shopping, and a vibrant arts community.

Lewes: This charming coastal town is the first town in the first state and features historic architecture, picturesque streets, and the Cape Henlopen State Park.

Delaware Bay: Explore the bay’s natural beauty and coastal wildlife, and visit Bombay Hook National Wildlife Refuge for birdwatching.

Brandywine Valley: The region is known for its rolling hills, picturesque gardens, and the historic homes of the du Pont family, including the Nemours Mansion and Gardens.

Delaware Seashore State Park: Enjoy miles of pristine beaches and outdoor activities in this coastal state park.

Hagley Museum and Library: This industrial history museum near Wilmington showcases the early American industrial revolution.

Annual Events

Firefly Music Festival: Held in Dover, this annual music festival features a diverse lineup of musical acts in a lively outdoor setting.

Delaware Shakespeare Festival: Enjoy open-air Shakespeare performances at various locations across the state during the summer.

Rehoboth Beach Jazz Festival: Jazz enthusiasts can savor a wide range of jazz styles and artists during this multi-day festival by the beach.

Delaware boasts stunning beaches, with some of the more well-known ones including Rehoboth Beach (map), Lewes, Dewey Beach (map), and Bethany Beach (map).

Over 50% of publicly traded U.S. companies and 63% of Fortune 500 firms are registered in Delaware. The state’s appeal as a corporate-friendly destination is mainly due to its favorable corporate laws. About one-fifth of the state’s revenue comes from franchise taxes paid by Delaware corporations.

 

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Public transport.

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BUS: Greyhound has a few bus terminals throughout the state. There is also Chinatown buses service from Dover, Smyrna, and Wilmington to New York City, Albany, Baltimore.

TRAIN: AMTRAK | eTicketing | Interactive Map. Wilmington is a major stop for Amtrak trains running along the Northeast Corridor. SEPTA commuter trains runs throughout the day between Newark, Wilmington and Philadelphia.

AIRPORT: Commercial airline service into the state of Delaware is limited, but areas of the state are reasonably close to major international airports in either Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Maryland, or the District of Columbia.

FERRY: Cape May–Lewes FerryWoodland Ferry (a cable ferry) • Forts Ferry Crossing.

CAR: ROADTRIPPERS – #1 road trip planning platform. America’s love affair with the automobile is legendary, so travelling the United States without a car can be difficult. (*Driving in the United States)

National Travel & Tourism Week.

Join us in celebrating National Travel & Tourism. From the housekeeper at a hotel to a local restaurateur, tourism touches many lives here in Delaware. We’re highlighting the scenic landscapes and natural beauty of the state, as well as the small businesses and non-profits, hourly and part-time workers, who make up the backbone of the tourism industry.

Take time to rediscover all that we have and see why millions of visitors call our beloved state their dream vacation.

video source: Visit Delaware / youtube.com /

Useful websites.

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VISAS & IMMIGRATION.

Entering the USA can be an easy and seamless process when you are prepared. + U.S. visa & entry requirements (visittheusa.com)

USA Trip planner.

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Visit Wilmington.

Wilmington is the largest city in Delaware, , with an incredible number of American corporations incorporated in the city.

Yelp: Yelp is a crowd-sourced review platform that provides information on local businesses, including restaurants, bars, and shops.

AAA (aaa.com): The American Automobile Association provides a range of services for travelers, including travel planning, trip insurance, and roadside assistance, for those traveling by car in the United States.

U.S. Department of State – Travel (state.gov): This website provides information on travel visas, travel warnings, and travel alerts for international travelers to the United States. It also provides resources for U.S. citizens traveling abroad.

Customs and Border Protection (cbp.gov): This website provides information on customs regulations and procedures for international travelers entering and exiting the United States. It also provides resources for travelers bringing goods into the country.

Transportation Security Administration (tsa.gov): This website provides information on airport security procedures, including what items are allowed in carry-on and checked baggage.

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (cdc.gov): This website provides information on health and vaccination requirements for travelers to the United States, as well as health and safety tips for traveling in the country.

National Park Service (nps.gov): This website provides information on national parks and monuments in the United States, including park activities and events, camping and lodging information, and park regulations.

National Weather Service (weather.gov)