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- Sightseeing in Anchorage
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- Trip to Ketchikan
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Anything is possible in Alaska! Spend your holiday in a romantic little holiday home, affectionately called "Cabin" here, or in a modern vacation rental or apartment in one of the larger cities such as Juneau, Anchorage or Fairbanks.
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Location and orientation
Alaska is a US-American enclave and at the same time not only the largest state of the states, but also the northernmost and westernmost. And although he is the greatest, only a few people live here - which leaves more space for the unbelievable nature. From snow-covered glaciers to green steppes, from rugged coastlines to evergreen forests, Alaska has a lot to offer in terms of landscape. The capital in Juneau in the southwest, other important cities are Anchorage in the south and Fairbanks in central Alaska.
On the first Saturday in August the annual Blueberry Festival takes place in Ketchikan - in addition to blueberries you can marvel at handicrafts by over 150 artists.
Top 3 travel tips
Anchorage may not be the capital of Alaska, but it is the economic and cultural centre, embedded in a beautiful bay. A highlight is the Alaska Native Heritage Center, which gives a deep insight into the rich history of the indigenous people of Alaska.2. Animal observations in nature
Alaska offers countless opportunities to observe wild animals in their natural environment. Whether you book a whale-seeing boat trip or observe the foxes and eagles in the Yukon lowlands, Alaska is full of scenic surprises to discover on your holiday. Don't forget the camera!3. One day in Ketchikan
Ketchikan is known for its colorful little houses on stilts, its extremely lively artist scene and its proximity to numerous totem poles of the natives. So it is only a short drive to the Totem Heritage Center or the Totem Bight State Park. Also worth seeing: the Misty Fjords National Monument, a nature reserve at the top of the Alaska Panhandles. If you want to spend more than one day in Ketchikan, you will surely find a cute holiday apartment with breathtaking views of the bay. Or a vacation rental in the beautiful Ketchikan Gateway in the middle of nature.