Saint Paul is the capital and second-most populous city of the U.S. state of Minnesota.
In winter months, you can see the city of Saint Paul hosting the Saint Paul Winter Carnival, a tradition that originated in 1886 when a New York reporter called Saint Paul “another Siberia.”
You will find the event showcases ice sculpting, an annual treasure hunt, winter food, activities, and an ice palace and enjoy it all along with the promptbuscharters.com
The Como Zoo and Conservatory and adjoining Japanese Garden are popular year-round.
You will enjoy here in the city the points of recreation like the the Indian Mounds Park, Battle Creek Regional Park, Harriet Island Regional Park, Highland Park, the Wabasha Street Caves, Lake Como, Lake Phalen, and Rice Park, as well as several areas abutting the Mississippi River. The Irish Fair of Minnesota is also held annually at the Harriet Island Pavilion area.