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Explore the vastness of the prairie in North Dakota, marvel at breathtaking rock formations and get to know the lifestyle of the Midwest. The little-known state of North Dakota in Europe is located in the northern United States on the border with Canada. The name comes from the Indian tribe of the same name, which once inhabited this area. North Dakota, with a population of just over 700,000, is extremely sparsely populated, which means that visitors can find almost untouched nature.

Attractions

The capital, Bismarck, is located on the Missouri River and was named after the former German Chancellor. The most popular sights are the 74-meter-high State Capitol, built in the Art Deco style, and the North Dakota Heritage Center, which shows the history of the region and highlights the fossils of a dinosaur. A little outside the city is the Double Ditch Indian Village, which shows the way of life of the Native Americans in a very plastic way. To explore the vastness of the prairie and thus the scenic beauties of North Dakota, rental car tours and train trips are particularly recommended. The rail network is very well developed and such a train journey conveys the lifestyle of the Frontier society particularly well. An absolute highlight on a trip through North Dakota is a visit to Theodore Roosevelt National Park in the west of the state. In the middle of the prairie you can marvel at breathtaking rock formations and gorges. A 14 mile panoramic road leads through the colorful and at the same time bizarre North Dakota Badlands, past wide prairies, grazing buffaloes and the Little Missouri River. The area is ideal for hiking and for discovering various animal species such as American bison, wild turkey, eagles or mustangs. The Elkhorn Ranch, built by former President Roosevelt, is also located in the national park. It teaches visitors the hard life on the plains of the Midwest. In the middle of the prairie you can marvel at breathtaking rock formations and gorges. A 14 mile panoramic road leads through the colorful and at the same time bizarre North Dakota Badlands, past wide prairies, grazing buffaloes and the Little Missouri River. The area is ideal for hiking and for discovering various animal species such as American bison, wild turkey, eagles or mustangs. The Elkhorn Ranch, built by former President Roosevelt, is also located in the national park. It teaches visitors the hard life on the plains of the Midwest. In the middle of the prairie you can marvel at breathtaking rock formations and gorges. A 14 mile panoramic road leads through the colorful and at the same time bizarre North Dakota Badlands, past wide prairies, grazing buffaloes and the Little Missouri River. The area is ideal for hiking and for discovering various animal species such as American bison, wild turkey, eagles or mustangs. The Elkhorn Ranch, built by former President Roosevelt, is also located in the national park. It teaches visitors the hard life on the plains of the Midwest.

Travel tips and best travel time

There is no international airport in North Dakota. Bismarck Municipal Airport, which has numerous connections to American cities, serves as the most important hub. The time difference to Germany is seven hours in the east of the state and eight hours in the west. The climate in the so-called Peace Garden State is continental. The winters can sometimes be very cold, making the best time to travel between April and October.

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Top Cities in North Dakota

  • Bismarck
  • Fargo

Highlights

ART ON THE ENCHANTED HIGHWAY

An exhibition of the world's largest scrap sculptures by artist Gary Greff graces the highway over a length of approximately 50 kilometers.

NATIONAL BUFFALO MUSEUM

The largest buffalo statue in the world, many prairie Indian exhibits and a mysterious white buffalo can be found here.

THEODORE ROOSEVELT NATIONAL PARK

Experience the North Dakota Badlands! Here, unusual rock formations provide a breathtaking natural backdrop.

THE CITY OF FARGO IN NORTH DAKOTA

The lively small town, known for the film of the same name, offers a wide range of cultural and entertainment options.

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