What Is a Biophilic City?
People take the opportunity the great outdoors but you can get close to nature even in cities that have embraced urban flora and fauna.

They are what author Tim Beatley calls Biophilic Cities – urban areas that are abundant with nature, ranging from Milwaukee  to Oslo, Norway.

Thanks to Hotels.com,  you can even stay at top 'green' hotels. "Hotels are working together with their respective cities to engage the community and hotel guests in eco-friendly efforts," said Taylor L. Cole, APR, travel expert for Hotels.com. "We've noticed that hotels are getting creative with the implementation of organic food and spa products, the use of recycled materials, and activities like bike-share programs which makes it easy and fun to go green."

And they are making it possible to save some green - by making hotel bookings through the Hotels.com mobile app for 12% off while also eliminating paper waste.

On to Green Hotel #1, in Milwaukee.