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Dubuque Flights Information

Non Stop Flights:9 Flights Weekly
Top Airlines:American Airlines

Facts About Flying to Dubuque, Iowa

  • 55% of Dubuque travelers were over the age of 35.
  • 28% of Dubuque travelers were over the age of 60.
  • 8% of travelers traveled to Dubuque with kids under 14.
  • 35% of Dubuque travelers were millennials.
  • 48% of Dubuque travelers were female.
  • Travelers spent an average of 12 days in Dubuque.
  • October was the month with most bookings for Dubuque.
  • April was month with the least bookings for Dubuque.
§ All of the above-mentioned facts are derived from the data of the last 3 months while the highest and lowest booking months are picked on the basis of last 12 months.

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If you would like to triangulate the smallest American city to be a Catholic Archdiocese, home of the oldest brewery in Iowa and hideout of the notorious gangster Al Capone, your GPS would surely lock itself to Dubuque. Named after the first European to settle in what would later become the state of Iowa, this stunning riverside port city along Mississippi River is based amidst some picturesque bluffs and was initially a mining and trading settlement. It was full of German and Irish immigrants post 1788 AD and a clear indication of the same can be found in the city’s religious and architectural identities. It would be worthwhile to visit some of its religious monuments that relate to its more than 200 year old identity and by the same token, the superbly ornate St. Mary Sacred Heart and St. Luke's Methodist Church would come highly recommended. Cable Car Square and Fenelon Place Elevator also make a cut to the list, albeit for historical reasons. If you’re looking for a more subtle experience, you can take day trips along the Great River Road to appreciate some picture-perfect beauty of the upper Mississippi River valley or you can go forward to the nearby city of Galena. The latter is best known as the ‘town that time forgot’ and is home to historic former lead-mining and numerous antique shops.

Places of Interest in Dubuque

Dubbed as ‘one of the five finest religious Tiffany collections in the world’, St. Luke's United Methodist Church in Dubuque is a glorious example of Richardsonian Romanesque architecture and has the maximum number of Tiffany windows among all churches in Iowa. Its organ consists of 1000 pipes and was one of the largest in the city during the time of installation.

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