Let Us Know Your Minneapolis-St. Pavel Travel Tips

You’re getting a two-to-one discount this week as we’re looking for travel tips for the Twin Cities of Minnesota, Minneapolis, and St. Paul. I have never been, but I noticed that nine out of 11 articles on a local magazine website are about ridiculous things to eat at the state fair this week, so I think I’m already in love.

Every Monday onHack Your City, we ask readers for the best tips about the city: driving tips, restaurant tips, entertainment, and any other tips for visitors and locals alike. Then, on Thursday, we present the best comments. We work in the USA and around the world.

Time for our regular Hack Your City questions:

What is underestimated? Which places deserve a few more discerning visitors? What are the best alternatives to tourist traps and mediocre city favorites? What do you like the most there?

How should a visitor approach the city? What position should they take? What local traditions, behavior, and laws should they be aware of? What should they know about the City’s past and present? How friendly are the locals and how can visitors get along with them?

How does it feel in the long run? What do you love and hate about the Cities? What advice can you give to other residents? How do you get to work, what is the place for lunch every day? What mistakes do new residents make – some Shibboleth street names or strange parking rules? And where do you go if you want to get out of the City for a day or a weekend?

Finally, how has the atmosphere of the city changed over the past few years? What old travel tips are no longer valid here, and what new ones?

Leave your tips in the comments below and we’ll highlight the best ones throughout the week. We get a lot of repetitive advice here, so if you’d like to be flagged, read a couple of comments before posting your own. Then head back Thursday for a new post with highlights.


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