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  • Indianapolis

    This city is known as the crossroads America. Welcome to and today will be continuing our travel series with a look at Indianapolis Indiana. Indiana Indianapolis or Indy as the affectionately called is the capital city a midwestern american state Indiana it gained its reputation as the crossroads of America. Thanks to the network of freeways that runs through the city. Its population 830,000, is spread out over an area a just over 370 square miles. Geographically Indianapolis is relatively flat and enjoys four distinct seasons and weather throughout the year as the hot humid summer climate becomes called and wet in winter. Of course Indy’s biggest claim to fame is the Indianapolis 500, the city is a Mac up for motorsport enthusiast.

    Thanks to this annual race at the in the Motor Speedway and that’s not the only game in town India’s been called the amateur sports capital above the world. Thanks to the wealthy teams in the region. Proteins also call the Hoosier State home the you can also take in NBA or NFL game while you’re there. If sightseeing is more your thing, there are hundreds a unique ways to see the city sights. For example rent to segue and glad around or hop in a powerboat for an exciting waterfront trip. If you’re interested in a more relaxing boat ride try floating down in the Indy’s cannel and gondola past the scenery up the downtown core. In recent years the pedestrian infrastructure has seen a vast improvement. Soap take a relaxing stroll as another way to observe the town and its landmark. Some of the city’s most iconic attractions art its war memorials. The soldiers & Sailors Monument is a prominent example bees tributes handed honors fallen soldiers from various battles. For those traveling with families Indianapolis is home to many child friendly museums. The most obvious choice is the Children’s Museum which features five floors beloved exhibits the kids will love from dinosaurs to carousel. They’ll be fascinated. next up the Conner Prairie living history museum is a great way to get kids a taste of nineteenth-century prairie living the Indianapolis Zoo lets families watch animals that play while the Indianapolis Museum of art is a chance for you to take in some culture and when the Sun Goes Down indianapolis is not slow down there are plenty restaurants where you can get a casual bite for a more. Elaborate meal, bars where you can grab a drink with friends and clubs were you can dance the night away. Sports culture and history are all at home in the Hoosier State and in Indy is the center have it all.


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