Where is Lincoln, Nebraska?
The area described here includes the counties (districts) Lancaster, Fillmore, Gage, Jefferson, Saline, Seward, Thayer and York with the cities of Lincoln, Beatrice, Fairbury, Seward and York. It is located in the southeastern part of Nebraska.
What County is Lincoln?
The University City of Lincoln (seat of the State University) is the capital and seat of government of the state of Nebraska. It has beautiful parks, numerous museums, and the Capitol of 1932. The present city of Lincoln was founded in 1856 as a village under the name “Lancaster”. Since 1867 the settlement has been called Lincoln; at the same time it became the capital of Nebraska. Three local restaurants have their origins in Lincoln: Amigos with Mexican, Valentino’s with Italian and Runza with wolga-German cuisine. Lincoln is also the seat of the wolgadeutschen Museum, the American Historical Society of Germans from Russia Museum. The town of Seward is the seat of a small Lutheran University, Concordia University.
Dallas TX 892 km
in Nebraska: Grand Island, Norfolk, Omaha
in Kansas: Manhattan, Salina
Flights to Lincoln
There are no direct flights from Europe to Lincoln.
From Frankfurt and Munich you can reach Lincoln with a one-time change with Delta via Atlanta and with Lufthansa and United via Chicago and Denver.
From Düsseldorf and Stuttgart there is a connection with Delta via Atlanta.
From Vienna there is a connection via Chicago with United / Austrian.
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