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Indianapolis is at the center of a rich agricultural region and is a major grain and livestock market.

Indianapolis is at the center of a rich agricultural region and is a major grain and livestock market.

Population: 1.756.241

Indianapolis is a focal point of commerce, transportation, and manufacturing for the region. Some leading industries are electronics, pharmaceuticals, and food processing. The financial sector and service and insurance industries are growing rapidly.

Forbes ranks Indianapolis as one of America’s Top 25 Best Shopping cities with 18 different shopping centers and 5,955 retail locations,Indianapolis’ historic Union Station was the first union station in the world, opening in September 1853 In fact. Indianapolis is second only to Washington D.C. in its number of monuments and memorials.

Indianapolis boasts the first international airport designed and built after 9/11, rated number one in security by travelers in a J.D. Power & Associates poll, it also has more hotel rooms (4,717) connected via climate-controlled skywalks than any other city in the nation.


Situated on level or slightly rolling terrain in central Indiana east of the White River, Indianapolis has a temperate climate. Summers are hot and humid, with a July daily average temperature of 24.1 °C. High temperatures reach or exceed 32 °C an average of 18 days each year.

Spring and autumn are usually pleasant, if at times unpredictable; midday temperature drops exceeding 17 °C. Winters are cold, with an average January temperature of −2.2 °C. The rainiest months occur in the spring and summer, with slightly higher averages during May, June, and July. May is typically the wettest.

Indy Go is the public bus system. It travels throughout the city and suburbs. Single fares are $1.75, day passes are available for $4, and all buses are equipped with two bike-racks.

The bus system is a very nice way to travel with the one exception of frequency, outside of rush hour routes, you can find yourself with a 30+ minute wait. Almost all routes travel from a locality in the outskirts of the city to the centrally-located bus stops downtown and back out; there are also a handful of smaller circulators and loops.

One way ticket: $ 1.75

Monthly Pass: $ 60.00


The Indianapolis Zoo: Is known for giving visitors not just your regular zoo visit. Apart from discovering the zoo's collection of animals, you can also enjoy some unique activities such as the Animal Art Adventure, also try the Dolphin In-Water Adventure where you can have a guided encounter with the zoo's friendly dolphins.

The Indianapolis Motor Speedway: You will have the chance to learn and feel what it is like to drive a real IndyCar series on the actual tracks. Also visit the Hall of Fame Museum to explore unique memorabilia from past races, photos, as well as car displays. 

Holiday World & Splashin Safari: Enjoy some thrilling and breathtaking rides at Holiday World such as Liberty Launch, the Raging Rapids, and the Scarecrow Scrambler. If you want a fun water adventure, check out the exhilarating slides and wave pools at Splashin Safari. 

The Indiana Dunes State Park: Is home to many activities and events for most locals. You can enjoy some exciting trail hiking and biking activities. You can also have a lovely picnic at the picnic areas or if you love roughing it up in the outdoors; you can set up camp at one of the park's camping sites. 

Lucas Oil Stadium: Home to the Indianapolis Colts, this state-of-the-art stadium will give you the best football experience you've ever had. You can also enjoy the stadium tours where you get a behind-the-scenes look at everything that the stadium has to offer. 


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