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The most creative town on the prairie, Minneapolis is the perfect accompaniments of progressive affluence. Classy art museums, wild rock clubs, organic and traditional restaurants and jittery auditoriums. The evergreen events don’t escape even winter. The people are friendly and have a personification of ‘Minnesota Nice.’ The incredible miscellany composed of swank accommodation, amazing dining and prize-winning theater along with lush metropolitan parks, devoted bike lanes, open-air festivals, and nearly two dozen lakes.

Step down into the topography of Minneapolis

Minneapolis is part of the Twin Cities of Minneapolis-Saint Paul and is divided into certain districts.
Downtown: This section of Minneapolis is the fundamental commercial region, sports and theater sites, the city’s chief clubbing zone in the Warehouse District, Loring Park, Elliot Park, and the famous mill ruins along the Mississippi.
South: Contain West Bank, Seward, Longfellow, Nokomis, Midtown and Minnehaha Park
Southwest: encompasses Uptown, Lyn-Lake, Linden Hills, Eat Street, and the Cable of Lakes
North: Composed of Near North, Camden, Bryn Mawr and Theodore Wirth Park
Northeast: This district is the origin of Minneapolis in Old Saint Anthony and contains old victorian houses on Nicollet Island, and further north the old working class enclaves and growing artist community.
Southeast: Composed of Dinkytown, Prospect Park, Como, and the University of Minnesota

Points of interest in Minneapolis

  • 1Minnehaha Park
  • 2Minneapolis Institute of Arts
  • 3Guthrie Theater
  • 4Frederick R Weisman Art Museum
  • 5Children's Theatre Company
  • 6Mill City Museum
  • 7American Swedish Institute
  • 8Minneapolis Sculpture Garden
  • 9Walker Art Center
  • 10Nicollet Mall
  • 11City Hall

Things to do in Minneapolis

  • 1Paddling a canoe around Lake Calhoun
  • 2Lunch of fried walleye tacos at The Tin Fish
  • 3Carved for the annual Winter Carnival in January
  • 4A walk through St. Paul 
  • 5Cross-country ski at Minneapolis’s 759-acre Theodore Wirth Park
  • 6Taste the local brew
  • 7Cheer for the home team
  • vAtten8 a harvest festival

Events and festivals in Minneapolis

Minneapolis promises you to amuse you from its festivals and fairs via its stages as well as through its sporting events throughout the year. Minneapolis is the perfect combination of natural attractiveness and metropolitan sophistication. Make sure to celebrate the stay in Minneapolis with some of the wonderful, unique events

Food tour in Minneapolis

A Food Tasting and Cultural Walking Tour of Minneapolis offers an ideal experience of delicious foods from a range of top restaurants and specialty food stores, with vision into the past of the zone, and climaxes notable architecture throughout the journey.

Shopping in Minneapolis

Other than the unique chain of lakes and 200 miles of walking, biking and cross-country ski trails within the city limits, the expansive Mississippi is home to the best shopping in the region. Do visit Ptown area, which is placed on Hennepin Avenue and Lake Street, south of Downtown Minneapolis and extending East to the Lake/Lyndale avant-garde theater district for all kinds of retailers

Best time to visit

Winters are grueling and the streets generally remain empty. Spring and fall are the time to rejoice the flourishing culinary sight, where local ingredients are employed with astonishing creativity. Summer draw the entire city outdoors due to its vibrancy. May-October is the best time to visit Minneapolis but an affordable visit is only possible in the winter.

Transportation

This public transit of Minneapolis is available in the form of light Rail and buses. You can also get around the city with unlimited ride passes at affordable rates. The city roads are designed in the grid system and have multi-colored street signs.

The Twin Cities experience extreme temperatures at both ends of the scale. Winters are really cold and come in the form of snowfall from December to March while summers are very hot and humid ad ranges from June to September. Thunderstorms with heavy rainfall are common during the spring, summer, and autumn.

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