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If you travel to Minnesota by air, you will find that the Minneapolis/St. Paul International Airport is centrally located and convenient to the entire metro area. Minnesota travel options both to, and within, the state are many. You will find listed here multiple ways you can journey through Minnesota.
The Minneapolis-Saint Paul Airport is the largest and busiest airport in the five-state upper Midwest region. The airport has two terminals, both of which are named for famous Minnesotans. The Lindbergh Terminal is named for aviator Charles Lindbergh and the much smaller Humphrey Terminal is named for former US Vice President Hubert Humphrey.
Both passenger terminals at MSP offer travelers to Minnesota light rail transportation, which runs between downtown Minneapolis to the north, and the Mall of America in Bloomington to the south.
Currency Exchange: Most businesses in Minnesota do not accept foreign currency. You can exchange your money right at the international airport or at a Minnesota bank.
If you pilot your own plane, or want to fly in to a location other than the Twin Cities, you will find that there are airports in many Minnesota towns and cities. You can also check out the Minnesota Department of Transportation aeronautics and aviation page for current listings.
A popular way to visit Minnesota is in a recreational vehicle or motorhome. Whether you arrive in your own RV or rent one after you get here, you will find that we are ready for you. You can choose from hundreds of Minnesota RV campgrounds in all areas of the state.
If you decide to come to Minnesota by bus you will find that both Minneapolis and St. Paul, as well as most of the rest of the state, are served by Greyhound.
You can also arrive in Minnesota by train. Some of the state's best scenery is found along the Amtrak route.
There are also Amtrak stations in Winona, Red Wing, Saint Cloud, Staples and Detroit Lakes. These are served by the Empire Builder daily, which runs from Chicago to Seattle/Portland.
And, of course, you may choose to drive to Minnesota in your own vehicle. You will find Minnesota state maps, and all the travel infomation you will need as you explore our state, at the Minnesota Department of Transportation website.
Come to Minnesota to explore a move to our state that rates as "tops" in quality of life.