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St. Paul

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One-of-a-kind attractions. Tax-free shopping. Nationally praised dining. World-class theater. Museums galore. Green space. In Minneapolis Saint Paul, you get two cities worth for the price of one.

One-of-a-kind attractions. Tax-free shopping. Nationally praised dining. World-class theater. Museums galore. Green space. In Minneapolis Saint Paul, you get two cities worth for the price of one.

Population:  294.873

Saint Paul is the capital city and the second-largest city of the US state of Minnesota. Saint Paul is in the Upper Midwest along the Mississippi River, just east and downstream of Minneapolis.

Saint Paul is the birthplace of cartoonist Charles M. Schulz (Peanuts), Schulz's Snoopy cartoon inspired giant, decorated Peanuts sculptures around the city.

Saint Paul has been called the last city of the East primarily because early developers built it to fit Eastern standards: city squares or parks, towers and turrets, lofty arches, Baroque domes and elaborate adornments abound.

With 30 theater venues, more than 10 dance companies, 30 classical music groups and nearly 60 museums, it’s no wonder we’ve been called the Midwest’s cultural capital.

Saint Paul has a continental climate. Winters are frigid and snowy, while summer is hot and humid. As a consequence of Saint Paul's continental climate, it experiences one of the greatest ranges of temperatures on earth for any major city.

The average annual temperature of 7.4 °C gives the Minneapolis - Saint Paul metropolitan area the coldest annual mean temperature of any major metropolitan area in the continental U.S. May - October would be the best time to visit Saint Paul.

Minneapolis-St.Paul's coldest month is January when the average temperature overnight is -12°C. In July, the warmest month, the average day time temperature rises to 28°C. 

Metro Transit is the primary public transportation operator in the Minneapolis–Saint Paul area of the U.S. state of Minnesota, and the largest operator in the state. Busses and trains are both convenient and equally priced. 

Light-rail: Although it is very new, the light rail is a wonderful public transit option. The current (and only) line runs past the Mall of America, the Metrodome, MSP and downtown with many other stops. Trains depart every 10-15 minutes depending on the time of day.

Bus: Bus routes are abundant to, from, and through St. Paul. With over 35 routes and access to nearly every bus or train within one transfer, the bus can get you almost everywhere in the Metro Area.

One-way Ticket     2.25 $    

Day pass    6.00 $

Monthly Pass    85.00 $    

Grand Avenue: You can spend an afternoon grabbing lunch at one of the locally owned restaurants, shopping at the boutiques or getting spa treatments . Grand Avenue runs for 30 blocks, with beautiful old homes and the campuses of Macalester College and University of St. Thomas adding to its charm. 

State Capitol: Among its impressive features: the quadriga, or golden horses, on the exterior of the building. Walk past the gleaming horses and enjoy a panoramic view of the city. 

Fitzgerald Theater: Is Saint Paul's oldest theater space and home to A Prairie Home Companion. The theater also hosts a variety of other programs, including Minnesota Ballet performances, movie parties and musical performances. 

Minnehaha Falls Park: With 193 acres, limestone bluffs and river overlooks, this park ranks as one of the most popular . See a summer concert in the Minnehaha Falls Park bandstand, pack a picnic to enjoy while watching the falls, or take a relaxing walk or bike ride on the bike.

Mall of America: More than 40 million people visit the Mall of America, 10 miles south of Minneapolis, each year . The nation's biggest mall has more than 500 stores, dozens of restaurants, an indoor amusement park, an aquarium and a butterfly garden.

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