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After the American Civil War, Hartford was by far the richest city in the United States. This decadence continued for several decades, resulting in a large amount of gorgeous aristocratic architecture, which remains standing to this day.


With a modest, but rising population, Hartford, Connecticut has become one of America’s most vibrant and throbbing pulses. Home to an explosion of art and recreational activities, it is also known for being Connecticut’s capital as well as host to a variety of historical attractions.


The magnificent city of Hartford is the capital city of Connecticut State. The state is one of the oldest ones in the history of the US and, due to this, it has strong cultural ties with Europe, especially England. The houses, buildings, parks, and central downtown of the city give strong a nuance of the European cultural which is quite superior in this part of the country. But this doesn’t suggest that the city hasn’t evolved with developing technologies.


Along with medieval architect, here you will also find structures build on modern designs using state of the art technologies. Due to being present on the northern side of the country, the weather is very chilly in winters and remains moderate throughout summers, while during the fall season, the gardens and parks present in the city turn lush green. It is a lovely place to be at all year long.


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Hartford Bradley International Airport Shuttles
BDL Airport is an International facility, used by both civilians and military authorities. It is beautifully built and well-kept. You will find a luxury hotel inside the airport offering top-class stay during your time here. Furthermore, there are many restaurants, bars, coffee shops ready to welcome you with delicious cuisines.


Due to its size, it is considered to be the second largest airport in the New England. Here, you will encounter friendly parking, skilled employees, swift processing lanes, and a dependable security system. Due to maps and signs, navigation is a lot easy inside the airport.


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BDL Shared Ride Vans
Bradley International airport is not necessarily the biggest in the country, but it’s certainly big enough to need assistance getting around. Whether you need a ride to your airport or simply need a vehicle that can handle how many people are in your party, don’t hesitate to hop onto one of our shared ride vans, which are available 24/7. Be sure to contact the company ahead of time to make sure you’re not missing out on any special deals.


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BDL Private Vans
There are plenty of historic houses to see in Hartford, from the birthplace of American author, Mark Twain, to the museum and home of Harriet Beecher Stowe. You can see these landmarks and many more by reserving your very own private van as transportation. Get one from us and take a ride to the Wadsworth Atheneum, which hosts world-class pieces of art from the 19th and 20th century.


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BDL Private Sedans
Visit bountiful green spaces surrounded by historic rose gardens at Hartford’s famous Elizabeth Park. This and other romantic landmarks are common throughout the city, especially if you take the intimate route with the most intimate of vehicles, a private sedan. Get your own by booking a ride, allowing you to check out other fantastic locations like Wickham Park, which is host to more unique gardens and free-range peacocks.


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BDL Private SUVs
For families or a group of friends checking out a new city, there are almost too many places to visit in Hartford. Whether you want to check out the zoo at the XL Center or see the artistic monuments at the Connecticut State Capitol, you can get around much easier if you have your own set of wheels, and nothing works quite as well as private SUVs. Reserve a ride from us and check out the best Hartford has to offer.


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BDL Stretched Limousines
The Bushnell Center for the Performing Arts isn’t just a place to be seen in your luxurious limousine, courtesy of area service companies, but also a place to enjoy incredible music from the Hartford Symphony as well as other musical and artistic events. After the show, have fun at ON20, an elegant American restaurant with jaw-dropping views of downtown and a menu that will leave your mouth watering for days.


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BDL Chartered Buses
Chartered buses are perfect for exploring the lesser-known parts of the city as a large group without having to split up due to public transportation or any other nuisance. Avoid this problem by reserving your very own ride. One you’ve got your ride, head out to the historic theater venue, TheaterWorks, an amazing facility that is home to all kinds of shows and performances from all over the world. If you’d like to see something with more antiquity but just as much class, check out the famous Webster Theater, which is host to live music in a stunning art deco movie palace.



Museums in Hartford Connecticut

Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art
There are a lot of museums throughout the world, but few hold a candle to The Wadsworth Atheneum. Located in the center of Hartford, The Wadsworth has a large collection of European Baroque art as well as French and American Impressionist paintings, but that isn’t to say the facility is living in the past. The museum itself is a piece of art, designed and structured to look like a castle fortress from the Gothic Revival period, making it a distinct piece of antiquity in the middle of downtown Hartford.


→ The museum’s collections feature works from all over Europe and the United States. They are grouped by medium and region and range from breath-taking paintings to awe-inspiring sculptures.


→ Variety is something you’ll surely find here. Wadsworth Atheneum is home to an impressive collection of over fifty thousand pieces of art.


→ The staff at the museum curate various collections for special exhibitions which can be viewed throughout the year. Be sure to see what will be on display when you visit.




Visiting Elizabeth Park

Elizabeth Park
Elizabeth Park is located in West Hartford and is the largest park within the city’s boundaries, making up over 102 beautiful acres of Hartford. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the area was once owned by railroad millionaire, Charles M. Pond. Pond decided to give the land to the city of Hartford, but only if they promised to name the park after his beloved deceased wife, Elizabeth. The city happily agreed and soon went to work, and is now visited by many around the world for its famous Rose Garden as well as other landscaped areas, pathways and historic greenhouses.



Touring Ancient Burying Ground

Ancient Burying Ground
If Halloween is your favorite holiday and if history is your favorite subject, then kill two birds with one stone and visit Hartford’s famous Ancient Burying Ground. Not only is The Ancient Burying Ground the oldest historic site in Hartford, it is also the only burying ground from the 1600s that managed to survive. Here, you’ll see some of America’s first English settlers as well as many immigrants up into the 1800’s. Although the Ancient Burying Ground is quite large, the land was significantly larger than it is today.


Flying into Hartford Bradley International Airport
Bradley International Airport is a busy airport, which makes it even more important to get your transportation situated before you take off. Although the city is only a few miles south of the airport, it’s incredibly easy to get around with Hartford’s Connecticut taxi program, a great service that will pretty much take you anywhere in the state for a flat fare.


Hartford Airport Transportation
If you’re in need for ground transportation, you can find all the bus stops on the outer roadway at Terminal A as well as the International Arrivals Building. Be sure to check the schedule ahead of time and arrive at least five minutes early to the stop.


Nearby hotels in Hartford
For a fancy night in downtown, stay at the Radisson Hotel Hartford, a great downtown hot spot that offers an urban surrounding, full bistro restaurant, and 3-star suites. If you’re looking for quality at a lower price, you can stay at the Best Western Hartford Hotel & Suites, an affordable hotel with free breakfast and Wi-Fi.


Hartford Restaurants
For a taste of New American cuisine, visit the Firebox Restaurant. Located on Broad St., the restaurant is in a trendy location and has all the makings for a memorable dinner. If you’re in the mood for Italian instead, Salute is one of the most popular restaurants that demands attention. With upscale Italian fare and stylish dishes, Salute is sure to please.


Things to do in Hartford
If you’ve got an extra day or two and still feel like you didn’t see all that Hartford has to offer, take advantage of the many educational programs. Whether it be the historic Mark Twain House & Museum or the surprisingly interesting CRRA Trash Museum, there’s countless resources that offer more insight into Hartford.