Minneapolis, along with its sister city St. Paul, makes up the largest metro area in Minnesota. But what really put Minneapolis on the map is the Mall of America. Where else in the world are you going to find over 500 stores, an amusement park, an aquarium, a dance club and countless restaurants? If you're still up for some more shopping, check out Nicollet Mall! Four blocks of pure shopping -- what could be better than that?

If shopping doesn't hold your interest, Minneapolis is filled with museums and historic sites that can keep you busy for days. Go back in time to visit a working farm from the mid 1800s, take a tour of the home of the first governor of the territory, or wander along an 1880s stone bridge. Numerous cultural and arts offerings can be found every day of the year.

Minneapolis loves its sports, too. Minneapolis is home to major league baseball's Minnesota Twins and the National Football League's Minnesota Vikings. So before you the leave the Twin City, try to take in a game. But make sure you are prepared for cold weather walking to watch the Vikings in the Dome, because highs in January average only 20 degrees F.

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