Cheap Flights from Seattle / Tacoma International to Minneapolis St Paul in 2019
Flight information Seattle / Tacoma International to Minneapolis St Paul
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Fly From Seattle-Tacoma International Airport to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport
The Minneapolis-St. Paul area, called the Twin Cities by locals, draws outdoor enthusiasts as well as those seeking a cosmopolitan atmosphere. Minnesota is the Land of 10,000 Lakes, offering visitors the opportunity for boating, fishing, and relaxing by the shore. With more theater seats per capita than any other U.S. city except for New York and more music venues than any city except for Austin, the area offers spectacular opportunities to enjoy arts and culture. All major carriers operate flights from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP), but Alaska Airlines and Delta Airlines provide nonstop service.
Facilities at Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
MSP International Airport has two terminals. Flights from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) that are operated by budget and low-cost carriers arrive at the Humphrey Terminal (Terminal 2). Most flights--including those from major carriers like Delta, United, and American--serve the Lindbergh Terminal (Terminal 1). When your flight from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP) arrives, you need to head to the lower level for baggage claim. There you will find taxis, buses, and car rental agencies. The airport also has a light rail system that runs to the Mall of America and Downtown Minneapolis. A taxi ride to Downtown Minneapolis will cost between $40 and $50 while fares to St. Paul are about $10 less.
Things to Do Near Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport
When you fly from Seattle-Tacoma International Airport (SEA) to Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport (MSP), you can choose between a variety of exciting activities. Music buffs may want to head to Paisley Park in Chanhassen. Once the recording studio of Prince, Paisley Park is now a museum dedicated to the late musician. While you are in Chanhassen, consider enjoying a show at the dinner theater. You may also opt to see a show at the Ordway or one of the many other theaters scattered throughout the Twin Cities. Head out to Lake Minnetonka for a sunset cruise or consider driving about 45 minutes to the Wisconsin border to canoe on the St. Croix River. If you prefer to sit by the water, try visiting historic downtown Stillwater or Taylors Falls, which is a bit further north on the St. Croix. If you are there in the winter when the water is frozen, head to one of the several ski areas in the Twin Cities, such as Afton Alps and Wild Mountain.
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The colder months offer two of the area's best annual events. Visit during the holidays for the annual Holidazzle Parade in Downtown Minneapolis, which runs from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Visit the Twin Cities in February for the St. Paul Winter Carnival where you can explore an ice castle and view all the spectacular ice sculptures. If you prefer a summer visit, plan a trip around Independence Day to experience the Taste of Minnesota held adjacent to the state's capitol in St. Paul.
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