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Saint Paul, MN

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The city of St. Paul neighbors Minneapolis, and together they form the “Twin Cities” of Minnesota, creating an urban core of fun and opportunity. With literally dozens of public and private universities and colleges, including the William Mitchell College of Law, the University of St. Thomas, St. Catherine University, Hamline University, and Macalester College, St. Paul has a strong academic culture. Known for its varied art and music scene, St. Paul is home to the Landmark Center, which hosts events featuring everything from ballets to Slovakian foods.

Getting Around in Saint Paul, MN

If you’re not sure about how you’re going to get around St. Paul, don’t even worry about it. With the bus and light rail services of the Metro Transit and with the Minneapolis-Saint Paul International Airport right there too, it’s fast and easy to get to the places you want to most. Plus tons of folks bike and walk around town too, so if moving with a car of your own isn’t a possibility, you’ll have good company.

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Ordway Center for the Performing Arts

<p>The Ordway Center for the Performing Arts has it all with theatre, dance, music, and educational events that draw in crowds from all over the country. With the Flint Hills International Children's Festival, the Ordway Summer Dance Series, and performances such as the Oyu Oro Afro-Cuban Dance Ensemble, the Ordway Center is a multicultural hotspot.</p>

Farmer's Markets

<p>If you're ready to fill that empty apartment fridge with fresh and delicious goods, look no further than the Saint Paul Farmers' Market. They offer tons of fruits, veggies, baked goods, meats, and more, and they're even open all year long!</p>