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The airport that serves Twin Cities Minneapolis and St. Paul in the U.S. state of Minnesota, Minneapolis–St Paul International Airport is a civil and military airport located 10 miles or 16 kilometres from downtown Minneapolis and downtown St Paul, in Hennepin County, Minnesota. The airport is operated by the Metropolitan Airports Commission and serves with four concrete-surfaced runways that measure. Minneapolis–St Paul International Airport is the largest and busiest airport in the upper Midwest region of Minnesota, Iowa, Nebraska, North Dakota, South Dakota, and Wisconsin. It is also considered to be the 15th busiest of all the airports in the United States and serves as a hub for Delta Air Lines and Sun Country Airlines.

What to see & do

Although called Twin Cities, Minneapolis and St Paul are only called as such because of their geographical proximity and are still distinct from each other. Minneapolis is characterised by modern establishments and skyscrapers, while St Paul somewhat looks like an old European city within its old-world neighbourhoods and well-preserved late-Victorian architecture. Furthermore, Minneapolis has early Scandinavian and Lutheran influence, while St Paul has early French, Irish, and Germanic Catholic heritage.

Minneapolis is known for notable attractions like the Mill City Museum, Walker Art Center, Minneapolis Convention Center, Minneapolis Institute of Arts, American Swedish Institute, Minneapolis Sculpture Garden, and more. Saint Paul on the other hand features Como Park Zoo and Conservatory, Science Museum of Minnesota, Cathedral of Saint Paul, Minnesota Children’s Museum, James J. Hill House, Xcel Energy Centre, and Minnesota State Capitol, to name a few. Minneapolis–St Paul is also home to recreation parks and events like the Great River Energy bicycle festival, the Twin Cities Marathon, and the U.S. pond hockey championships.

How to get around within the Twin Cities

When in the Twin Cities, public transportation include the Metro Transit which handles most if not all of the public transit within Minneapolis and St Paul, along with light rail transit, buses, and more. The light rail can be considered the easiest, fastest, and safest transportation option there is in the region. It serves with two lines namely the Blue Line and the Green Line for Minneapolis and St Paul, respectively. The Blue Line starts from downtown Minneapolis to the Mall of America, while the Green Line runs down the University Ave, with stops by the University of Minnesota, the Capitol, and the Union Depot. The bus system that serves the Twin Cities area can be a bit challenging but it is possible to search for the best way or route since Bus Stops can be found nearly everywhere.

How to get there

Minneapolis–St Paul International Airport has flights to and from domestic and international destinations like Toronto, Paris, Seattle, Chicago, Dallas, Miami, Frankfurt, Amsterdam, Anchorage, Austin, Baltimore, Denver, Houston, San Francisco, Los Angeles, Newark, and Philadelphia, to name a few. The airlines that provide scheduled and seasonal flights to and from these destinations include Air Canada Express, Air France, Alaska Airlines, American Airlines, American Eagle, Condor, Delta Air Lines, Delta Connection, Frontier Airlines, Great Lakes Airlines, Icelandair, Southwest Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Sun Country Airlines, United Airlines, United Express, US Airways operated by American Airlines, and US Airways Express.

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