Moon Enjoy a universal pastime in Minnesota, where you can make tax-free shopping. No tax is charged on sales of clothing or footwear, and there are many great places across the state to take advantage of prices without taxes.
The most renowned shopping mall is Mall of America in suburban Bloomington, just five kilometers from the airport Minneapolis / St. Paul (Minneapolis / St. Paul Airport).
The mall is completely covered complex retail and entertainment largest U.S. with over 500 shops, stalls, restaurants and entertainment venues. Bloomingdale’s, Macy’s, Nordstrom, and Sears are the benchmarks of the five levels of shopping, dining and entertainment. In the heart of the resort is The Park at MOA, with a roller coaster, a water slide and other exciting attractions. Mall of America also has an underwater aquarium, a wedding chapel and a Lego Imagination Center (Lego Imagination Center), among other unique offerings.
The Twin Cities (Twin Cities) are also home to the mall Southdale Mall, the first enclosed mall in the country. Rosedale, Ridgedale, Burnsville Center, Albertville Premium Outlets and other shopping centers in the metropolitan area offer more options. If you prefer a world-class urban environment, walk the Mall Nicollet Mall in downtown Minneapolis, a pedestrian street with shops like Macy’s, Neiman-Marcus, Target and others. All neighborhoods in the metropolitan area offers excellent shops, interspersed with cafes, galleries and eclectic restaurants.
Do not forget to reserve some funds for when you leave the metropolitan area and explore the attractions of the rest of the state, with numerous antique shops, boutiques and art galleries. No doubt you will find a souvenir of your wonderful stay.Number of View :3331
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