Saint Paul is a city of strong heritage and vibrant diversity, each of its districts deeply rooted in their own traditions and flavors.
Known as the "City of Neighborhoods", there are so many diverse, charming and historic corners to be explored in Saint Paul.
As if the Cathedral of Saint Paul was not regal enough, the ivy-covered facades and fine dining establishments on Cathedral Hill embellish one of the city's most charming areas.
With a beloved zoo and serene lake, Como Park blends family-friendly activities with the beauty of the outdoors.
This area is enjoying a renaissance, featuring all sorts of new breweries and artsy attractions.
Downtown is the city's entertainment center—home to some of the most thrilling venues, restaurants and celebrations.
Saint Paul's East Side is home to delicious eats and deep roots, making it an explorer's destination for culture, cuisine and history.
The Frogtown and Rondo neighborhoods, between Dale Street and Lexington Parkway, are known for vibrant cultural celebrations and diverse cuisine.
Cozy pubs, sidewalk cafés, charming boutiques and the most iconic street in the Twin Cities.
Grab a bite, see a show and explore the great outdoors in Highland Park.
A vibrant artists' quarter filled with happenin' breweries, hot restaurants and the stunning CHS Field.
Saint Paul's North End is home to the illustrious Minnesota State Capitol—plus, some pretty cool trails and historic sites.
At the convergence of two of Saint Paul's most notable avenues sits a charming corner of boutiques and restaurants.
Home to Saint Paul's first settlement, West 7th's history and character lives on in its many bars, restaurants and breweries.
Home to Saint Paul's most active Latino community, Saint Paul's West Side is filled with fantastic restaurants and the best river views in town.