A couple hugging along the Grand River in downtown Grand Rapids

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Experience the true vibe of a city

To get street-level with locals, sampling flavors you've never tasted. Feeling grooves you've never heard, and art you never expected. And that is to seek authenticity.

Which city has the largest football stadium in the U.S. known as "The Big House"?

Ann Arbor: Admire Michigan Stadium, lovingly known as the Big House, located on the campus of The University of Michigan. Ann Arbor is considered one of the nation’s best college towns and when you’re here, you’ll see why.

Which city is named "Beer City USA"?

Grand Rapids: Quantity and quality make Grand Rapids the top choice of beer lovers. There are more than 40 craft breweries within a 30-minute drive.

In which city is the "Give a Craft Beer Trail"?

Kalamazoo: Beer lovers can experience the beer scene around the 269 area code.

In which city is the Motown Museum located?

Detroit: Long known as Hitsville USA, the museum is home of the world-famous Studio A, where The Temptations, Marvin Gaye and countless others recorded with the Funk Brothers.

In which city is Michigan's state capital located?

Lansing: The State Capitol is a federal building, open to the public for free tours on weekdays.

Which City is known as the birth place of General Motors?

Flint: Step back in time and discover the rich history of Flint & Genesee. In the region that took four wheels and a motor and started a revolution.

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