Airlines serving Terminal 1-Lindbergh: Amtrak, . Trains arrive at St Paul Union Station in Saint Paul, located at 214 4th St E.The Metro Transit Green Line light rail route serves the station, along with many transit and inter-city bus routes.
Unlimited ride passes are available in 1-day, 7-day, and 31-day formats.
Stored value passes (pay-per-ride) are also available.
It's just a few minute's taxi ride away from most of the downtown hotels. The river runs through both downtowns, but passenger boats don't serve the area.
It's 4-5 blocks away from a few major bus routes and the light rail. Huck Finn fantasies aside, arrival via the Mississippi is not recommended.
There are multiple "tiers" or "rings" of suburbs extending out from these core cities, some reaching as far as Wisconsin.
Located where the Minnesota River joins the Mississippi, the Twin Cities grew in the 1800s from its location at the intersection of the two major rivers as well as rail lines.
The Humphrey terminal is also quite attractive; the terminals share the same runways, have long- and short-term parking set between them, and are equally convenient for transportation.
Savvy travelers might check the terminal of their arrival or departure to communicate their location to friends, relatives, or other transport.
The depot is near a homeless shelter, so it's not uncommon to see a few homeless people hanging out nearby. (Besides, Huck floated down river.) Minneapolis, Saint Paul, and some of the inner suburbs are all served by public transit run by Metro Transit .
There are also other transit authorities serving the outlying suburbs.
Terminal 2-Humphrey was recently rebuilt and serves primarily charter carriers.