A state where people are warm and friendly, and Santa Claus is real. Indiana is often overlooked. Many view it as a drive-through, or fly-over state, but give it a chance and you may be in for a surprise. Indiana is a state with diverse history and rich culture. The state may have a reputation for boring landscape, which is true for its northern part. But if you travel through central and southern Indiana, it will surprise you with beautiful state parks and national forests. Those who like to dig deeper can marvel at the unusual mineral formations in various Indiana caverns. And the beaches of Indiana Dunes will make you forget about the stress of everyday life.
Indiana cities also rank well on national cost of living list, especially if you compare it with cities like Los Angeles, New York, or Chicago. Housing prices are affordable and groceries, gas, and utilities will not break your bank either.
There is no way you haven’t heard of Purdue University or the University of Notre Dame. And the state’s community college system, Ivy Tech Community College of Indiana, serves close to 200,000 students every year. So if you have kids of college age or planning on getting a degree yourself, Indiana has you covered. Speed and adrenaline aficionados will be able to enjoy “The Greatest Spectacle in Racing” or “Indy 500” as well as a number of other races at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway. And those who appreciate a slower pace of life can get acquainted with Amish culture. The state just happens to be home to the third largest population of Amish in the U.S.
To take the full advantage of everything the state has to offer, you’ll need a car. To ship a car to Indiana from anywhere in the U.S. get in touch with Corsia Logistics. Read our guides to learn how auto transport works.