America's Most Romantic Cities

Courtesy of Meet Minneapolis Official Convention + Visitors Association

With the right travel companion, big cities can feel wonderfully intimate—and these stole the hearts of T+L readers.

No. 16 Minneapolis/St. Paul

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Brains and brawn coexist, especially in the Twin Cities, ranked No. 1 by readers for intelligent and athletic residents. It also earned top honors for its public parks and gardens, so after a day spent jogging, biking, or—in the winter—cross-country skiing, locals head to the North Loop, where recently refurbished brick warehouses along the Mississippi River house an exciting up-and-coming neighborhood of restaurants and bars. Enjoy one of Jesse Held’s bespoke craft cocktails at Parlour before making the short walk to The Bachelor Farmer for a modern twist on classic Nordic fare.

America's Most Romantic Cities

No. 16 Minneapolis/St. Paul

Brains and brawn coexist, especially in the Twin Cities, ranked No. 1 by readers for intelligent and athletic residents. It also earned top honors for its public parks and gardens, so after a day spent jogging, biking, or—in the winter—cross-country skiing, locals head to the North Loop, where recently refurbished brick warehouses along the Mississippi River house an exciting up-and-coming neighborhood of restaurants and bars. Enjoy one of Jesse Held’s bespoke craft cocktails at Parlour before making the short walk to The Bachelor Farmer for a modern twist on classic Nordic fare.

Courtesy of Meet Minneapolis Official Convention + Visitors Association
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