Very beautiful. In the most amazing part of the city. Near great hotels, food, bars and music. Great for the family and across the street from the walker art center.
The Grand Rounds is without a doubt a gem in the twin cities for outdoor recreation. I circumvent the entire route several times a year. Great places to people watch, stop for a snack, and just experience Minneapolis!
The Grand Rounds is a series of connected parkways (real parkways-- not those freeways they call parkways out east. These are 25 mph, mostly two lane, some one-way, through parks) around most of the city's lakes, along Minnehaha Creek and along the Mississippi River. Separate bike and pedestrian paths. A fantastic all day bike ride-- winter or summer (the paths... 更多
Bike, walk, run, or travel by car to see the beauty of Minneapolis. The Grand Rounds Scenic Byway is an excellent way to see the beauty of Minneapolis and its different and quaint neighborhood. Taking this option allows you to see inside the city and it's first ring suburbs. Don't pass the Eloise Butler Gardens without a stop. There are... 更多
Minneapolis has so many outdoor hidden treasures. This is an inexpensive and refreshingly outdoorsy experience for city folks. Go by bike, stops by car, or even walk it a portion at a time. You won't be sorry.
I need to go back, there was so much to take in and I wasn't able to do so in 1 trip. Went to a Vikings game and the stadium is magnificent. Super clean and friendly.
Minneapolis is a very bike friendly town (except in winter) and the Grand Rounds byway is a great way to see many of the city's unique and beautiful sites, especially on a bike. There are many rental bikes available and the byway features detailed maps. You will get to experience the Mississippi River in multiple locations, Minnehaha Creek and the... 更多
Wonderful urban trail system that takes you through every environment of Minneapolis. Well maintained paved trail that loops the city though the lakes, Minnehaha Creek, The Big Muddy, The U of M, Downtown, Inner NE and back to lakes and Uptown. So much to see and do along the way you might need a game plan.