Travel Guides For Tourists

United States travel guides for tourists. Just write and get your tourist packages. Free travel information to be aware of.


Free Maps, Postcards. Write to tourism department from each state and they’ll send you a packet of free maps, brochures, tourist attractions, and postcards. So you can travel all over the U.S. without ever leaving your home. Send a postcard to the state of your choice and ask for: Tourist Information.

Alabama Bureau of Tourism and Travel
532 South Perry Street
Montgomery, AL 36104
800-252-2262

tourist free travel guides information .gif Alaska Division of Tourism
Box E
Juneau, AK 99811
907-465-2010

Arizona Office of Tourism
1100 West Washington Street
Phoenix, AZ 85007
602-255-3618

Arkansas Department of Parks & Tourism
1 Capitol Mall
Little Rock, AR 72201
800-643-8383

tourist free travel guides information .gif California Office of Tourism
1121 L Street
Sacramento, CA 95814
800-862-2543

Colorado Tourism Board
1625 Broadway, Suite 1700
Denver, CO 80202
800-433-2656

Connecticut Department of
Economic Development
210 Washington Street
Hartford, CT 06106
800-243-1685

tourist free travel guides information .gif Delaware Tourism Office
99 Kings Highway - Box 1401
Dover, DE 19903
800-441-8846

District of Columbia Visitors Association
1575 Eye Street N.W.
Washington, D.C. 20005
202-789-7000

Florida Division of Tourism
126 Van Buren Street
Tallahassee, FL 32301 904-487-1462

tourist free travel guides information .gif Georgia Tourist Division
Box 1776
Atlanta, GA 30301
800-847-4842

Hawaii Visitors Bureau
2270 Kalakaua Avenue, Suite 801
Honolulu, HI 96815
808-923-1811

Idaho Travel Council
700 West State Street
Boise, ID 83720
800-635-7820

tourist free travel guides information .gif Illinois Tourist Information
310 South Michigan Avenue
Chicago, IL 60604
800-223-0121

Indiana Tourist Development
1 North Capitol, Suite 700
Indianapolis, IN 46204
800-292-6337

Iowa Tourism Office
200 East Grand Avenue
Des Moines, IA 50309
800-345-4692

tourist free travel guides information .gif Kansas Travel and Tourism Division
400 West Eighth Street, Suite 500
Topeka, KS 66603
800-252-6727
913-296-2009

tourist free travel guides information .gif Kentucky Department of Travel Dvlp.
Capital Plaza Tower - 22nd Floor
Frankfort, KY 40601 800-225-8747

Louisiana Office of Tourism
Box 94291 504-342-8119
Baton Rouge, LA 70804
800-334-8626

tourist free travel guides information .gif Maine Publicity Bureau
97 Winthrop Street
Box 23000
Hallowell, ME 04347-2300
800-533-9595

Maryland Office of Tourism Development
217 East Redwood Street - Ninth Floor
Baltimore, MD 21202 800-331-1750

Massachusetts Office of Travel & Tourism
100 Cambridge Street
Boston, MA 02202
800-533-6277

tourist free travel guides information .gif Michigan Travel Bureau
Box 30226
Lansing, MI 48909
800-543-2937

Minnesota Office of Tourism
375 Jackson Street
250 Skyway Level
St. Paul, MN 55101-1810
800-328-1461

tourist free travel guides information .gif Mississippi Department of Tourism
Box 22825
Jackson, MS 39205 800-647-2290

Montana Promotion Division
1424 Ninth Avenue
Helena, MT 59620
800-541-1447

Nebraska Division of Travel and Tourism
301 Centennial Mall South
Box 94666
Lincoln, NE 68509
800-228-4307

tourist free travel guides information .gif Nevada Commission on Tourism
600 East Williams, Suite 207
Carson City, NV 89710
800-638-2328

New Hampshire Office of Vacation Travel
Box 856
Concord, NH 03301 603-271-2666

New Jersey Division of Travel and Tourism
C.N. 826
Trenton, NJ 08625
800-537-7397

tourist free travel guides information .gif New Mexico Tourism and Travel Division
1100 St. Francis Drive
Santa Fe, NM 87503 800-545-2040

New York Department of Econ. Department
1 Commerce Plaza
Albany, NY 12245
800-225-5697

North Carolina Division of Travel & Tourism
430 North Salisbury Street
Raleigh, NC 27611
800-847-4862

North Dakota Tourism Promotion
Capitol Grounds
Bismarck, ND 58505 800-437-2077

Ohio Division of Travel and Tourism
Box 1001
Columbia, OH 43266-0101
800-282-5393

Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation Department
215 Northeast 28th Street
Oklahoma City, OK 73105
800-652-6552

Oregon Tourism Division
595 Cottage Street NE
Salem, OR 97310
800-547-7842

Pennsylvania Division of Travel Marketing
439 Forum Building
Harrisburg, PA 17120 800-847-4872

tourist free travel guides information .gif Rhode Island Department of
Economic Development
7 Jackson Walkway
Providence, RI 02903 800-556-2484

South Carolina Division of Tourism
Box 71
Columbia, SC 29202-0071
803-734-0122

South Dakota Department of Tourism
711 Wells Avenue
Pierre, SD 57501
800-843-1930

Tennessee Tourist Development
Box 23170
Nashville, TN 37202 615-741-2158

Texas Tourism Division
Box 12008
Austin, TX 78711
800-888-8839

Utah Travel Council
Council Hall - Capital Hill
Salt Lake City, UT 84114
801-538-1030

tourist free travel guides information .gif Vermont Travel Division
134 State Street
Montpelier, VT 05602
802-828-3236

Virginia Division of Tourism
202 North Ninth Street, Suite 500
Richmond, VA 23219 800-847-4882

Washington State Department of
Trade and Economic Development
101 General Administration Building
Olympia, WA 98504-0613
206-586-2088

West Virginia Tourism Division
2101 Washington Street East
Charleston, W. VA 25305
800-225-5982

Wisconsin Division of Tourism Development
123 West Washington Avenue
Box 7970
Madison, WI 53707 800-432-8747

Wyoming Travel Commission
I-25 and College Drive
Cheyenne, WY 82002 800-225-5996

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TRAVELING TIPS


Don’t fly within 12 hours after dental work. The change in atmospheric pressure can cause severe pain.

First-class air travel. Not worth the 30% premium unless the flight lasts more than four hours.

You shouldn’t pay the 8% federal tax on airfare if you’re flying from one US city to another US city in order to catch a flight to another country. You may have to show the agent the foreign ticket.

Carry your medical history. Fold a one-page summary of health data into your passport. What it should include: Blood type, allergies, eyeglass prescription, medications currently being taken, any preexisting health condition.

Don’t buy travel insurance at airports. Coverage is much more expensive and rates vary from city to city. Better: Buy directly from an insurance company.

Confirm airline reservations when the small box in the center of the airline ticket is marked “RO”. It indicates that the travel agent has only requested a seat, and wait-listing status is a possibility. A confirmed reservation is indicated by an “OK” on your ticket.

Avoid consuming the food and drink offered on airplanes. Alcohol, nuts, soft drinks, and other foods that have empty calories can cause a swing from high to low blood sugar. You go from feeling great to feeling tired, cramped, and headachy.

Alcohol has more punch during an airplane flight than on the ground. Reason: Body fluids evaporate quickly in the pressurized dry cabin. And under pressure, the alcohol absorbs more fluids in the intestinal tract, thus making itself felt more quickly. Alternative: To reduce the dehydration caused by a long flight (six hours or more) drink three or four pints of water during the flight.



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