Here's why to book cheap flights to Minneapolis!!
Minneapolis, a scenic and environmentally friendly cheap flights destination, is truly the City of Lakes. There are 22 natural lakes right in Minneapolis, five of which make up the much-loved Chain of Lakes in the city center. Visitors arriving on flights to Minneapolis can check out bike tours, parks, and concerts around these lakes (Calhoun, Harriet, Cedar, Isles, and Nokomis). Many of the lakes also have boat rentals and public swimming beaches. Beautiful Lake of the Isles has a bird sanctuary and a public skating rink. One of the best and easiest ways to see the city after getting in on cheap flights to Minneapolis is the Skyway, an above-ground pedestrian walkway that lets you bypass much of the city’s traffic while taking in some great views.
Minneapolis’s best-known attraction is undoubtedly the Mall of America. The world’s most-visited mall attracts shoppers with cheap tickets from everywhere in the world. You’ll find more than 500 stores in the Mall of America and the mall’s own seven-acre theme park. The largest mall in the United States, this mall is practically a city in itself and is easy to find just across the highway from the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. Shoppers can head right from their flights to this mall to satisfy all their retail fantasies. Besides the Mall, Minneapolis has some great boutique shops and is known for its many independent bookstores. Shopaholics will be happy to know that Minnesota has no sales tax for clothing items. Savings on clothes alone might end up being worth the price of your cheap tickets to Minneapolis! Music fans can check out the city’s many independent record stores or see a local indie concert.
To stay nourished during your cheap flights vacation, head to Minneapolis’s Midtown Global Market, where you’ll find cuisines from all over the world, all under one roof. Minneapolis is known for its large population of African immigrants and citizens with African heritage, so definitely check out the city’s Ethiopian, Somalian and West African restaurants. For a more American dish, try the city’s cheeseburger specialty called the Juicy Lucy, where the cheese on your cheeseburger is cooked inside the meat instead of slapped on top. Stop for a latte after your flights at Caribou Coffee, Minnesota’s signature beverage brand. Dunn Bros is another local coffeehouse with a pretty strong brew. There are all kinds of accommodations in Minneapolis, but one fun and budget-friendly way to stay is camping in one of the state parks near the city. There is one backpackers’ hostel in town and you can find some low-cost accommodations near the University of Minnesota campus. However you plan to experience Minnesota, check out airline tickets for cheap flights to Minneapolis today!