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why travel to detroit?

The largest city located in the state of Michigan, Detroit is known for its automobiles and its ever enchanting history. The city known as a metropolis of the automobile is located amid the Detroit River and Lake St Clair, is filled with numerous attractions such as the Detroit Institute of Arts which gives you a clear picture of the earlier days. The institute holds a permanent collection of arts that have been collected from many areas including Africa, Indigenous America and even has displays from the Near East. Henry Ford Estate is one of the jewels of Detroit. It belonged to Henry Ford and his wife Clara ad hence has immense importance. The automaker settled into his new home in 1915 and lived here since then. Among the many skyscrapers located in the city, the GM Renaissance Center is one which is hard to miss and should not be missed out on. This Renaissance Center is home to a Mariott Hotel with 73 storeys and has many offices, theatres, conference rooms, restaurants, theatres and much more. The Motown Museum is where the actual recording studio is. The building was occupied from the year 1957 to 1972 and has immense importance in terms of history of the recording world including its founder. 

The Detroit Historical Museum is right next to the reconstructions of model railways, old Detroit streets and dioramas. A great escape from the daily hustle and bustle as it brings one close to the history of the city. A star shaped fort which was built in the year 1840 is another one of the biggest attractions of the city. Fort Wayne includes many tunnels, garrisons and barracks and has been restored since. The Masonic Temple of Detroit is famous for its Gothic architecture especially since its built in Indiana Limestone. Known to be the largest temple in the whole world, the Masonic Temple has many divisions including the ritualistic tower, the Shrine Club and lastly the auditorium. The Belle Isle is filled with beautiful parklands, sports facilities and hiking trails. This is an island in the Detroit River and is approximately 3 miles long. Opened since the year 1865, the Detroit Public Library holds over 5000 books and has over 10 departments with 23 branches. This is truly a heaven for all book lovers. Lastly, the Henry Fort Museum and Greenfield Village is one of the must see attractions of the city. The automobile manufacturer, Henry Ford was born just 11 miles west of the city in a suburb called Dearborn. After which he dedicated 2 exhibitions solely to himself and his work. First being the Henry Ford Museum which stretches for about 12 acres and the other is an open air museum called the Greenfield Village. The Charles H Wright Museum of African American History displays the historical role of the blacks in making the history of the United States. This is one of the most visited destinations in the city as it touches a range of topics. Some of the most popular topics include the underground railway which helped the slaves to flee to Canada from Michigan. 

The Comerica Park which is a blend of  a ball park, a baseball museum as well as a theme park. The museum is like no ordinary museum as it exhibits the history of baseball while the park is home to a ferris wheel and an enormous water feature which is located right at the center of the park. However, most tourist flock to the Comerica Park mainly because of its association with the Detroit Tigers which is a baseball team. The park is home to this famous team.

what are the air operators providing cheap flights to detroit from uk?

The leading airlines offering cheap flights to Detroit from the UK are Air France, Lufthansa, KLM, United Airlines, Delta Airlines and Air Canada. 

are there any direct flights from london to detroit?

Yes, there are well-reputed airlines offering direct flights to Detroit from London. Virgin Atlantic and Delta Airlines are two such airlines that are offering non-stop flights to Detroit from London. 

what is the average flight time from london to detroit?

The average flight time from London to Detroit Wayne County is 8hours 5minutes. 

what is the distance from the airport to the city center?

Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport, also called Detroit Metro Airport, Metro Airport locally, is located at a distance of approximately 33.9km from Detroit city. 

how to get to the city center from the airport?

Detroit Metro Airport offers convenient ground transportation options to the arriving passengers. Luxury Sedans and Taxis are available 24/7 from each terminal’s Ground Transportation Center. You will not need any advanced reservation to avail this service. There is also a public bus service operating to and from DTW Airport and connects the surrounding region from stops located at each airport terminal. 

A number of car rental companies are also serving Detroit Metro Airport. These are located in a separate campus located on the northeast corner of the Airport along Lucas Drive. Each of the car rental companies is operating their individual courtesy shuttle service that connects the airport's terminal to their facility. The shuttles can easily be accessed from the ground transportation center of the airport with company shuttles offering pick-up and drop-off service at this point. You will also find courtesy phones for contacting each agency located in each terminal’s baggage claim and Ground Transportation Center.

how to get around detroit?

One of the recommended means of getting around Detroit is by car. The city is also frequently regarded as one of the most auto-friendly cities and therefore renting your own vehicle will be your best bet when it comes to getting around Detroit, provided that you avoid driving during the rush hours. Taxis are also plentiful and operate 24 hours a day for your convenience. Public transport options include a bus service that operates within the city centre and runs 24 hours a day. These buses run every six minutes during rush hour on some routes and about every 20 minutes at other times of the day.There is also a light rail system, called the People Mover that runs a 4.5km (3 miles) elevated single track surrounding Detroit's downtown business district. 

what are the hotel and accommodation options in detroit?

Detroit boasts a number of great accommodation options catering to the varied tastes and budget preferences of all. Whether you are looking for a luxury accommodation, mid-ranged charming or affordable and basic, there is something for everyone in the city of Detroit. Some of the city's finest hotels can be found in the downtown district with some also boasting the riverfront ambiance. This also ensures that you are in close proximity to the entertainment district and fine dining options. For a more budget-friendly accommodation option, choose from one of the reasonably-priced lodgings, motels and B&BS. 

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