Downtown Detroit

Up-and-coming restaurants, a do-it-yourself attitude, new hotels, scenic and social parks, public transit, bike lanes and a walkable international riverfront are redefining Detroit.

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Downtown Detroit

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From local shops and artisan makers, trendy boutiques on Woodward Avenue, to the Livernois Avenue of Fashion, downtown Detroit is a destination where any shopper can find their treasure.

Food & Drink

Detroit-style pizza, coney dogs, corned beef sandwiches, Faygo, and Vernors…and that’s just the beginning of Detroit’s food scene.

Places to Stay

Detroit’s boutique hotels put you right in the heart of the action, whether you’re in town for business or for leisure.


Travel the QLine from downtown up to Midtown. Take the People Mover around the downtown area. Enjoy a drive in the Motor City.

Things You Should Know

Do you still have questions about Detroit? We’ve got you covered!

The Detroit Metro Airport is in Romulus, Michigan, about 22 miles from downtown Detroit

Yes, the city of Detroit is safe for tourists. The Downtown, Mid-Town, Corktown, Greektown, and Layfayette Park neighborhoods are most visited and have noticeable foot traffic and police presence throughout the day.

Detroit is most known for its automotive heritage. Detroit is also referred to as Motown, based on the recording label Motown Records. You can learn more about automotive history and “Hitsville USA” by visiting the Ford Rouge Factory at the Henry Ford in Dearborn and the Motown Museum in Detroit.


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