Indianapolis, Indiana, is associated with sports, particularly the National Football League (NFL) and the Indy Racing League (IRL). In May, the IRL puts on the Indianapolis 500 at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway for race enthusiasts, while the Indianapolis Colts play at the Lucas Oil Stadium. Away from sports, visitors can also enjoy the Indianapolis Zoo, which is located in White River State Park. The zoo hosts an annual turtle race every May to line up with the Indy 500. Families often stop at the Indianapolis Children's Museum and the Discovery Center while they are in the downtown area.
Indianapolis International Airport (IND) is the main airport in the area. After flying in, explore Fountain Square and Georgia Street in downtown Indianapolis. Georgia Street was the Super Bowl Village in 2012 and has shops, cafés and concert areas created with a European flavor.
Travelers to Indianapolis find almost every type of cuisine available with the diverse collection of restaurants in the city. The Indy Jazz Festival lasts for 10 days every September and is held at new locations every year. The Indy International Festival is held every November at the Indiana State Fairgrounds and showcases food, music and arts from several cultures that make up the diverse community in Indianapolis.