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Keep your Michigan vacation budget under control by booking cheap flights to Detroit on CheapTickets. Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport is located in the Detroit suburb of Romulus, Michigan. This airport serves Delta, Air Canada, American Airlines, and other domestic and international airlines.
Metro Cab can get you to your downtown hotel for about $45. For a more economical alternative, take the SMART bus, which picks up passengers from the bus stop near the north terminal and brings them into town. Many rental car agencies, including Avis, Enterprise, and National, have facilities at the airport to make renting a car simple and convenient for arriving passengers who want to drive themselves while visiting Detroit.
Summer highs average in the low 80s in Detroit, but lows can drop into the low 60s at night, so bring a jacket for evening activities. In the winter, lows in the 20s and highs in the 30s make bringing a coat a necessity. Light to moderate rainfall can occur year round, though summers tend to be slightly more rainy than winters.
For a glimpse into the history and culture of Detroit, check out the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, the Motown Museum, and the Detroit Historical Museum. The Detroit Zoo and Detroit Science Center are great options for families vacationing in Detroit. No matter what you opt to do while on your Michigan vacation, get your cheap flights to Detroit on CheapTickets.
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