Valparaiso Flights GuideValparaiso is a city in Indiana with loads of fun activities for the whole family to enjoy. Home to Valparaiso University, the college town has many sites and museums to explore as well as old buildings like the Chapel of the Resurrection. The Taltree Arboretum is a massive park in Valparaiso with extensive hiking trails, thousands of oak trees, and a Japanese garden with bridges, a teahouse and koi fish pond. The city is also home to the Indiana Dunes Parks along Lake Michigan's shore as well as many theatres for performing arts like the Memorial Opera House.
The city runs on a bus system called V-Line, which gets visitors and locals around the city and beyond its limits. There is also a sub-collection of buses within the company that shuttle citizens of Valparaiso to Chicago for their work commute. This is an easy way to visit the windy city while still enjoying the small town of Valparaiso.
Valparaiso experiences four distinct seasons, with hot summers and cold winters. There is not excessive rain throughout the year, but it rains just as much from one month to the next. Since Valparaiso does not have many winter activities to enjoy, it would be best to visit in the late summer, early fall, when it rains the least and temperatures are at their warmest. The July, August, and September are all viable options with temperatures reaching 25? and rainy days are at a minimum.
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