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Detroit Flights Guide

Detroit, USADetroit's urban squalor is the victim of a lot of jokes in the US, and it's certainly not a city that many tourists are rushing to visit. Hit hard by the economic downturn, Detroit is beginning to heal, with edgy artists and entrepreneurs moving in to transform empty buildings and spaces into hostels, museums and farms. Long-defined by the automobile industry, Detroit is also the birthplace of Motown sound, and home to world-class museums, restaurants, casinos and sports arenas.

The recession of the auto industry and steep population declines have turned Detroit's once-busy roads into excellent paths for biking. The city's public transportation system isn't as good as it could be, so if biking isn't your style, renting a car would be your next best option for getting around.

Detroit is home to some fascinating historic neighborhoods, including the old Irish neighbourhood, Corktown, as well as Greektown's numerous authentic restaurants and casino. Detroit's large population of immigrants has fueled a cool culinary scene, boasting everything from soul food to Mexican. Detroit is also well-known for the Coney Island, which is a hot dog slathered in chili, mustard, and chopped fresh onions. Detroit-style pizza is a buttery-crusted, crispy delight, and an absolute must-try in the Motor City.

If you're interested in architecture, check out the seven interconnected skyscrapers of the Renaissance Center, or the Art Deco designs of both the Fisher Building and Guardian Building. Detroit is also no slouch when it comes to museums. There's the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History, which hosts the world's largest exhibit on African American culture, as well as the Detroit Institute of Arts, which is widely considered to be one of the most significant museums in the US. There are also plenty of attractions that reflect Detroit's history as an automobile capital, including the Henry Ford Museum and the Ford family's historic mansions. Detroit's shopping scene is also seeing a gradual rebound, with quirky boutiques in Ferndale, high-end shops in Birmingham, and one of America's best shopping centers in Troy.


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