Cheap flights to Minnesota

Minnesota is a state in Mid-western United States, known for its abundant lakes and upbeat aura. It was admitted as the 32nd state of the United States on May 11, 1858, created from the eastern half of the Minnesota Territory and part of the Wisconsin Territory. Its name comes from the Dakota word for “clear blue water,” which pays homage to its 10,000+ lakes.

Minnesota is the 12th largest state by land area in the country, and the 21st most populous state. Nearly 60 percent of its residents live in the Minneapolis-St. Paul metro, which is considered as the state's centre of transportation, business, industry, education, government, and internationally-renowned arts community.

What to see & do

Twin Cities: Minneapolis – Minneapolis is the biggest and artiest town on the state – and probably the kindest one at that. It is a place of progression, evident in its swank art museums, rock clubs, organic and ethnic eateries, edgy theatres, and huge industries, and yet – it is a place where homeless people are treated kindly at coffee shops, buses are kept immaculately clean, and public workers tell everyone to “Have a nice day,” come rain, shine, or snow. It is a delightful place, noisy, but nice – the mirror of “Minnesota Nice.” When in Minneapolis, check out the Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, the Weisman Art Museum, the Walker Art Centre, the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the Nicollet Mall, and many others. Embark on the lake tours from here, too.

Twin Cities: St. Paul – smaller and rather quieter than its “twin” Minneapolis, St. Paul is the more reserved and silently progressive counterpart of the capital that has history and culture as its crowning glory. It is a place where the past is as important as its present; a place well-loved by F. Scott Fitzgerald. When in St. Paul, visit the Landmark Centre, Summit Avenue, Schubert Club Museum, and many others.

Duluth – Duluth is a seaport city in the state of Minnesota, and is the county seat of Saint Louis. It has a population of 86,128, and is the second-largest city on Lake Superior's shores after Thunder Bay Ontario. Duluth forms another important metropolitan area with Superior called the Twin Ports – which just shows its importance. Within Duluth, travellers may visit the Leif Erikson Park, the Maritime Visitors Centre, Enger Park, the Great Lakes Aquarium, and many others.

How to get around within Minnesota

The Metro Transit offers bus and light rail services to the Twin Cities and the surrounding suburbs. Fares are relatively cheap, and are active for almost 24 hours per day. Other modes include taxi cabs, rental cars, bikes (within city centres), and others.

How to get there

The Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport is the main airport in the state. It is one of the busiest airports in the country, and it serves a major hub for Delta Air Lines. Airlines that fly to the airport include Air Canada Express, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, Condor, American Eagle, Spirit Airlines, and many others. Note that most flights from here are domestic.

Flights to Minnesota

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