Minneapolis is one of the most important cities in the American Midwest and, together with St. Paul, forms what’s popularly known as the Twin Cities. If you’re flying in at Minneapolis–Saint Paul International Airport, your best way to begin your holiday in Minneapolis is to hop on the Light Rail to the Warehouse District, one of the oldest and most interesting neighborhoods in Minneapolis and home to the famous Farmer’s Market.
When you visit Minneapolis, it’s best to explore by neighborhoods. A good start would be Downtown, home to some interesting tourist stops like the Stone Arch Bridge and Sculpture Garden as well as the city’s main museums like the Foshay Museum and the Walker Arts Center, one of the most prominent modern art museums in the United States.
If you’re looking for something more alternative during your trip to Milwaukee, set your sights on Uptown, a young, bohemian neighborhood that’s home to some of Minneapolis’ best bars and restaurants. It’s also home to one a time-honored classic of Milwaukee tourism: the Uptown Art Fair, an open-air market featuring everything from handicrafts to fine art, not to mention plenty of vendors selling tasty treats.
Are you ready to start planning your Minneapolis vacation? Have a look below at the recommendations from real travelers and start discovering the best spots to eat, sleep, and visit when you travel to Minneapolis. Don’t forget to make time in your Milwaukee holiday for a day trip to neighboring St. Paul.