Minneapolis Private Jet Charter Flights


Straddling the north and south banks of the mighty Mississippi River, just north of the Minnesota River and at the sight of the St. Anthony Falls, Minneapolis has always been a geographically significant and important city. It is the largest city in the state of Minnesota and joins neighboring state capital St. Paul to form the famed Twin Cities. As one of the largest cities in the northern U.S., Minneapolis has always been popular with travelers; the continuous abundance of travel deals to the region help increase its overall popularity significantly, as well. From hotel deals to private jet charter flights, you can plan a trip here for very little money.

Due to its northern location, Minneapolis winters are famous for being quite cold and blustery. From time to time, exceptionally frigid air masses pass through the region during the winter, making being outside downright intolerable. If you have a choice, then, it's best to come to Minneapolis during the summer; the spring and fall are also usually acceptable. Vacation deals abound year round, especially for those who keep their eyes open and do their research. By visiting Minneapolis during warmer seasons, you can do without all of the cold weather gear that's necessary in the winter.

How to get there

The Minneapolis/Saint Paul International Airport is one of the most important airports in the northern United States, and serves as a hub for many major charter airlines. As such, it is incredibly easy to find private jet flights going into - and flying out of - the Minneapolis area. The airport also includes a fine array of car rental agencies, making it easy to procure car deals.

Driving in to Minneapolis is similarly quite an easy feat. Interstate highways 94 and 35W make getting into the city a breeze; I-35W travels north and south, and I-94 travels east and west. From either interstate, you can easily access the I-494/694 beltway that loops around the metropolitan area. Regardless of how you'll be traveling, most travel sites agree that getting into Minneapolis is easy.

Where to stay

Minneapolis is a true haven for hotel deals. Since it is a major transportation hub, the city has a keen variety of different hotels that cover the entire spectrum in terms of price. One of the most well regarded luxury hotels in Minneapolis is the Hotel Ivy (201 S 11th St, Minneapolis) which is centrally located and features some of the best amenities to be found anywhere in the Twin Cities region. A nice mid ranged hotel is the Crowne Plaza Minneapolis Downtown (618 2nd Ave S, Minneapolis) which is in a great location and has reasonable rates. Finally, a nice but cheap hotel in the city is the Holiday Inn Express (6020 Wayzata Blvd, Minneapolis).

What to do

The Mill City Museum, located in downtown Minneapolis, offers a charming glimpse at what this large, bustling city was like back in the old days. Visitors can learn about the history of the Twin Cities region through interesting collections and exhibits. Admission is fairly cheap, too, which is a definite perk. The Minneapolis Institute of Arts is another fine choice within the city, where you can take in more than 100,000 works of art that span a huge portion of human history. Animal lovers will thoroughly enjoy the Minnesota Zoo, which is always a nice place to include on any visit to Minneapolis and the Twin Cities area.

Where to eat

Kansas City is positively brimming with diners, and if you're in the mood for some diner food while in the city then you ought to try Chubby's (3756 Broadway St., Kansas City). Arthur Bryant's (1727 Brooklyn, Kansas City) has been a Kansas City institution for decades, and many famous and powerful people have visited - they have the pictures to prove it. The best BBQ in Kansas City can be found at Hayward's (College Blvd. & Antioch, Kansas City), so swing on by if you've got a hankering for some barbecue.

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