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 neighborhoods.
Saint Paul is known as the “City of Neighborhoods,” each offering a celebration of the city’s long-cherished heritage and diversity.
Life in these vibrant neighborhood districts flows deep with tradition, with many of the restaurants and businesses proudly bearing the names of the immigrant families who founded them generations ago.
Como Park mixes family-friendly activities with the beauty of the outdoors.
This area is enjoying a renaissance featuring live/work art spaces, sidewalk cafes and coffee shops.
Downtown is the city's entertainment center - home to some of the city's most thrilling venues, restaurants and celebrations.
The East Side in Saint Paul boasts rich diversity in culture and cuisine making it an explorer's destination.
The Frogtown and Rondo neighborhoods are between Dale Street and Lexington Parkway along the Green LIne.
With its cozy pubs and sidewalk cafés paired with great shopping, this area is where you might grab a paper and a cup of coffee and watch the neighborhood come to life.
The Highland Park neighborhood of Saint Paul provides a small town feel within the grasp of a big city.
Little Mekong is the Asian business and cultural district in Saint Paul, Minnesota
A vibrant artists' quarter filled with beautiful workspaces, hip cafes, fine dining and the stunning CHS Field.
Saint Paul's North End includes neighborhood restaurants, extensive trails, historic Oakland Cemetery and the Minnesota State Capitol - an architectural icon.
The corner of these two avenues offer a nexus for shopping, eating and services.
The West 7th neighborhood combines gorgeous scenery with local tradition to form one of the city’s most eclectic areas.
The West Side is home to Saint Paul's most active Latino community, with a host of businesses and restaurants within its District del Sol bringing cultural flavor to the city.