We officially started our summer vacation in this fantastic city of Michigan, which is less than an hour from Detroit. It is a beautiful place full of vegetation with landscapes full of gastronomy, music, culture, and nature, worth exploring. While it could be done in just one day, we recommend staying a few more.
Zingerman's Deli: A Favorite Choice Of Many American Presidents
You cannot miss Zingerman’s Deli. If you have to decide on just one place to eat, stop by one of the most amazing deli-style restaurants we’ve visited. This deli attended by locals is very close to Main Street, and its historical architecture will delight you. Dare to try something new; the friendly staff knows well what it does and will not hesitate to offer you tastings of the different dishes.
The city of Ann Arbor
The city of Ann Arbor is known as the “Tree Town”, something very real. The Nichols Arboretum (Nichols Grove) is an ideal place to visit, with 283 hectares of gardens and a nature reserve. There, we got carried away by the lush vegetation and flowers. It is the best way to go for a walk or take a walk, as well as contemplate and admire nature. The beautiful Huron River crosses the site, and there you can do various water sports such as kayaking and canoeing.
Exploring Nichols Arboretum in Ann Arbor
Another way to enjoy the day is to visit the historic University of Michigan, where a large campus offers the perfect space to hike amidst impressive trees and beautiful modern and traditional architecture.
The Burton Memorial clock tower
The Burton Memorial clock tower (another monument to Burton) is another unmissable point of the place.
The Great Carillon
The music that plays in the great carillon can be heard all over the campus, which makes the site the perfect place to have a picnic due to the tranquility that is lived there and a large number of activities that can be performed.
Visit to Avnn Arbor
No visit to Ann Arbor is considered complete if you do not visit the famous Michigan Stadium, better known as “The Big House.”
The Largest Stadium
It is the largest stadium in the entire United States and is surely filled with more than 100,000 American football fans every Saturday of autumn. Even if you are not a sports fan, the energy surrounding this huge stadium is incredible, which makes it an experience to enjoy and contemplate. We were lucky to be able to take a tour and enter the playing field. If you have the opportunity to watch a game, get ready to feel the true spirit of play and celebration.