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|Destination||Minneapolis - St. Paul|
|Number of Daily Flights||13|
|Earliest Flight Departure Date||Jul 7|
|Latest Flight Departure Date||Jul 7|
|Popular Airlines||Spirit Airlines|
Getting to Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (DTW) can take about 30 minutes when coming from downtown. Many people instead opt to take the Smart Bus. Taxis and shuttles are also available.
Typical flight times are about one-and-a-half hours long to Minneapolis - St Paul International Airport (MSP). Once you land, you are only about 10 miles from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. Take the Metro Transit light rail or bus service right into the metropolitan area.
Right alongside the Mississippi River, you’ll find Minnehaha Park. A waterfall with a 53-foot drop is not to be outdone by all of the hiking and biking trails throughout the park.
One of the most treasured icons in the city is the Guthrie Theater. Even if you don’t have plans to see a show, you can still check out the location, the decor and even the full-service restaurant.
The Twin Cities are located in located in the northern central portion of the United States. Because of this, the metropolitan area has some of the coldest average temperatures in the nation, bottoming out the low teens in the winter, which brings snowfall, while spring ushers in heavy rain. Summers are warm and humid and fall tends to offer some of the best weather of the entire year.