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When it comes to great domestic cars and R&B music, Detroit holds a special place in American culture. If you're in the mood for exploring European paintings, browse the galleries of the Detroit Institute of Arts, one of the premier museums for the fine arts in the Midwest region. Historic skyscrapers such as the Chrysler House and Cadillac Place highlight Detroit's rich architecture, while also emphasizing the city's significance in hosting major automobile companies.
When you take a flight to Detroit, you'll land at Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW). If you prefer to navigate "The Motor City" and the surrounding area by car, you'll want to use Interstates 94 and 75. Running in a loop through the downtown area, The Detroit People Mover drops you off right near some of the city's top sports venues such as Joe Louis Arena, Ford Field and Comerica Park. Lined with green spaces and squares such as Chene Park and Philip A. Hart Plaza, Detroit's riverfront is best explored by foot.
Detroit has traditionally been a hub for European immigrants, and Greektown is a great place to try authentic Mediterranean dishes. Part of the city's Motown culture, restaurants such as The Whitney serve soul food, and give you the chance to taste homemade meals.
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