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Minneapolis is one of the nation's biggest little cities, brimming with activity and charm. The city's 24 lakes provide the perfect backdrop for picnicking in the summertime and ice-skating figure-eights in the winter. Whether citizens are relaxing down at the sidewalk cafes, taking advantage of its copious, diverse shops, or simply taking in an evening at the theater, it's no wonder that this bustling half of the famed Twin Cities draws visitors from across the nation each year.

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Downtown Minneapolis has plenty of three- and four-star hotels for comfortable lodging. The most popular lodging options are centered around the city's convention center and University of Minnesota-Twin Cities. Interspersed with the towering hotels of downtown, several charming and cozy bed and breakfasts are tucked away. At the edges of town, however, lodging consists mainly of affordable but basic motels.

Minneapolis Restaurants

Historically, Minneapolis dining has been tied to its hardy Scandinavian and German roots. However, as immigrants from around the country and world have moved here, they have brought their own ethnic food traditions. In fact, the 12 blocks of Nicollet Avenue between Grant and 29th streets house so many ethnic restaurants and grocery stores that the area has earned the nickname "Eat Street." 

The Warehouse district to the northwest of downtown bursts at the seams with nighttime activity, sporting more than 40 bars and several nightclubs. People come here for dancing, barhopping and some late-night dining, all started with a round or two at happy hour. The Riverfront district, on both sides of the river, provides late-night fare and several wine bars cater to a hipster crowd. The Hennepin Theatre district in Uptown Minneapolis is the perfect place for a relaxing night out with its three historic theaters and many restaurants.

Minneapolis Real Estate

If this is your first foray into the world of Minneapolis real estate, be prepared to be impressed. Condo and loft shoppers will find paradise in downtown Minneapolis. The past several years have brought so much development in that sector of the housing market that the choices—in styles, amenities and prices—are astounding. From artist lofts where one can work and live to penthouse palaces with unparalleled views, head downtown if you're ready to trade home maintenance for carefree living. We get that there are folks that prefer single-family homes and the city is awash in variety. Older homes dominate so if you're in the market for an affordable bungalow head straight for the Longfellow area, otherwise known as the "Traditional Bungalow Neighborhood." Just south of downtown, the Central neighborhood is another good choice if you're looking for an area rich in Minneapolis history. Around the lakes is where you'll find your dream luxury property. Cedar Lake and Lake Harriet have a spectacular assortment of homes on the market that is sure to get your blood racing. If there is one thing you can depend on when looking for homes for sale in Minneapolis, you will find what you're looking for.

Minneapolis Tours & Attractions

Book a tour of the Twin Cities, the Mississippi River, Stillwater and more. Plus, popular Minneapolis attractions such as the Walker Art Center, Mall of America and the Weisman Art Museum.

Professional sports provide year-round entertainment for Minneapolis fans, and in the springtime sports enthusiasts gather to cheer on the Minnesota Twins. NFL's Minnesota Vikings get ready to rumble at the Metrodome during football season, while the NBA's Timberwolves and WNBA's Lynx shoot hoops at the Target Center. For those who consider shopping a sport, exercise can be had at the Mall of America, the largest shopping mall in the United States with 520 shops, located just outside Minneapolis near the airport in the suburb of Bloomington.

The internationally renowned Walker Art Center has garnered a reputation as the best multidisciplinary museum in the world. It presents diverse programs in the performing and visual arts and stunning exhibits in the mediums of film and video. Furthermore, Minneapolis has the second-highest number of theaters per capita, second only to New York City. Notable theaters include the Orpheum Theater, the State Theater, Hey City Theater, Pantages Theater and the Guthrie Theater.

Minneapolis Music & Nightlife

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Minneapolis Jobs

The economy of Minneapolis has moved away from its historical ties to agriculture to a thirst for modern finance. Minneapolis boasts a concentration of financial companies including U.S. Bancorp, Trivent Financial, Ameriprise Financial, Fair Isaac and Pier Jaffray. Beyond the realm of finance, several retailers and consumer product companies also call Minneapolis home including Target Corp. and Best Buy. For those with a geek streak, Popular Science named Minneapolis as the "Top Tech City" in June 2005.

Minneapolis Cars

Those looking to purchase wheels should take comfort in the fact that Minneapolis boasts the seventh largest auto show in the country. Since 1974, almost every make of car imaginable has descended on the Minneapolis Convention Center during the month of March. For those ready to roll, there are more than 80 new auto dealerships within the city. 

Minneapolis Guides & Maps

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Minneapolis Golf Courses

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Minneapolis Day Spas

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Minneapolis Festivals

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Minneapolis Theater

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Transportation Guides

With a ratio of 1.8 cars to every 1 person in Minneapolis, most residents seek out a vehicle. The region is home to hundreds of new and used car dealerships, offering economy, mid-sized and luxury cars, trucks and SUVs. Hybrid vehicles have gained popularity in the region due to increasingly high gas prices as well as general environmental awareness.

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Minneapolis Auto Rentals

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