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The bounty of Italian cuisine in The D is as diverse as Italy itself. Whether you're looking for culinary traditions hailing from Italy's Anglo-Saxon-inspired northern regions, the bright flavors of Tuscany, the rich tastes of Rome, the Mediterranean fusion of Sicily or Americanized versions of Italian staples, outstanding examples of them all abound throughout the area.
To some, city tours might conjure up images of buses crammed with fanny-packed rubberneckers. But in The D, where urban decay is being buffed away by innovation and opportunity, there's so much more to see beyond the bus window. And buses aren't the only way to see and learn more about the area. There are multiple opportunities to experience the city with your own individualized twist.
Detroit is affordable and ranks No. 4 of list of U.S. cities where travelers incur the lowest total tax burden.
Source: Global Business Travel Association
Book a dinner cruise or go for a late-night moonlight party aboard the Detroit Princess. The five-story riverboat is back in action for the season.
Fall is in full swing and that means Detroit Red Wings hockey at The Joe. No ticket? Cobo Joe's is a surefire hot spot on game days.
Watch Discover the D TV to learn all about the hidden gems and history that our city has to offer.