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WHY VISIT MINNESOTA

It’s all about the water in Minnesota. If you visited a different lake every day here it would take more than three decades to see them all – yup, there are 11,842 lakes to choose from, meaning virtually limitless opportunities for aquatic adventures: from waterskiing (invented in this very state) to paddlewheel boat trips, there’s a watersport for everyone.

Grab a kayak, cram it with camping gear, and explore 2,400km (1,500 miles) of routes in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. Or venture into Voyageurs National Park for a Swallows and Amazons-style experience, exploring hidden islands and trails, and sleeping on a houseboat or lakeside cabin.

Landlubbers can stick to pedalling disused railways and lakeside paths or hurtling down the phenomenal mountain bike trails at Cuyana’s old iron ore mine. Golfers have the pick of hundreds of scenic courses, including the 2016 Ryder Cup host, Hazeltine National Golf Club.

In the depths of winter, Minnesota completely freezes over, and the lakes and land are transformed into sparkling playgrounds crisscrossed with snowmobiling, cross-country skiing and dog-sledding trails, while hardy anglers bundle up for a spot of ice fishing.

And if all that open space has you hankering after some urban action, the cosmopolitan twin cities of Minneapolis and St Paul are home to the humongous Mall of America, the architectural masterpiece that is the Minnesota State Capitol, and an unstoppable craft brewery boom. Alternatively, Duluth is a busy, big-city port on the shore of Lake Superior, and a gateway to your next outdoor adventure.

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WHAT TO SEE IN MINNESOTA

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WHEN TO GO TO MINNESOTA

The best period to visit Minnesota is from xxx to xxxx.

Winters are cold, often frigid in the north of the state, with adequate snow for skiing, skating, snowmobiling, ice fishing and sledding. Summers are warm, and are conducive to summer sports, including swimming, fishing, camping and hiking. Minnesota only rarely experiences heat waves or drought.

Following a list of typical festivals and celebrations of Minnesota.

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HOW TO REACH AND TRAVEL THROUGH MINNESOTA

by plane, the main airports are:

  • x

by train

by car

GENERAL INFORMATION ON MINNESOTA

health tips & vaccination: none

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local currency: US Dollar

local time zone: GMT-6 (-5)

electricity: type A and type B (120V – 60 Hz)

WHAT TO DO IN MINNESOTA

typical food in Minnesota

  • Freshwater fish
  • Blueberry muffin

souvenirs from Minnesota

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