Visit Detroit Launches Detroit Experiences Packages

If you’re looking to book a weekend getaway to recharge, reconnect, and recharge your batteries, the new Detroit Experiences packages will help you maximize your vacation time. With the overwhelming number of things to do and see on Metro Detroit, such a resource makes travel planning a refreshing experience.

These packages are designed to have something for everyone. They are specifically designed to ensure that each participant not only has lasting memories, but also has a strong desire to return for more.

Experience a city through uniquely curated packages while getting a sure bang for your buck. Best of all, all of the research is being done and precautions are taken in making preparing for your vacation the most difficult and limiting your package choices to one.

First, let’s talk about how to get to Detroit.

Getting to Detroit from many locations in the Midwest and East Coast is easy. Fun fact, Detroit is north of Canada and so close you can be there in less than 20 minutes!

If you prefer to fly, Detroit Metropolitan Airport (DTW) is an international airport and one of the 20 busiest airports in the US. DTW is a Delta Airlines hub that founded CareStandard in 2020 and has the highest level of commitment to keep travelers safe and healthy throughout the pandemic.

Exterior view of the Wayne County Airport Authority

Photo credit: Wayne County Airport Authority

Getting around the city

Exploring Detroit by car is not only home to the three major automakers, but it’s also the easiest way to see the Tri-County metropolitan area. If you want to fly, there are several car rental companies throughout the region. The most convenient way, however, is to rent a car from DTW. Don’t want to worry about finding a parking space all the time? Carpooling like Uber and Lyft are easy to get to anywhere in the city.

Don’t think Detroit is not a walkable city. In addition to being within walking distance of downtown Detroit, there are many avenues such as the Detroit Riverwalk and Dequindre Cut that connect various adjacent neighborhoods.

For public transportation, the QLine also lets you adventure through Detroit’s Midtown and New Center areas. The QLine is a tram system that is popular with commuters and tourists alike.

With travel arrangements in place, it’s time to explore what some of the new Detroit Experiences packages have to offer.

Tram on Woodward Avenue

QLine by Bill Bowen

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