A state named after the Kansas River and located in the Midwestern, Kansas is one of the most productive agricultural states, producing high yields of wheat, sorghum and sunflowers. Kansas is divided into three climatic types and humid continental climate is the most prominent, meaning that summers are hot, often very hot, and generally less humid. Winter are higly changeable between warm and very cold. Due to harsh climate and a lack of famous national landmarks, Kansas is usually not a top pick when choosing holiday destination. So visitors should not expect a high class spa treatments at every corner, but high-end hotels will probably have a decent spa center.