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Q&A: I’m really considering moving to Minnesota-What’s it like and what are some good places to live?

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Question by dtrain92.sargent: I’m really considering moving to Minnesota-What’s it like and what are some good places to live?
I am almost twenty years old and I will be finished with college next year. I was thinking of moving to Minnesota to get myself a fresh, new start, but however, I have never been there before. I have heard that Minnesota is a nice place to live and I do not mind being in the cold weather. I would like to hear everyone’s opinion about it.

Also, what are some areas in Minnesota that are friendly and doesn’t have much crime? What are the people like over there? Is it more culturally diverse?

Best answer:

Answer by Pamela
My best friend just moved to red wing over there and she loves it. Very friendly area, beautiful homes for decent prices. Good luck!

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3 thoughts on “Q&A: I’m really considering moving to Minnesota-What’s it like and what are some good places to live?

  1. Blackhawk says:

    Minnesota is a great place, because it has no extreme seasons (110 degree summers in San Diego i’ve heard). The winters and falls are not as bad as they sound. As for not much crime, you might want to go up to St Cloud or more north. The people around where I live are very nice and friendly (most of them). Also, in Minnesota you almost never hear about nationwide crimes happening here. I am not quite sure about cultural diversity. Don’t forget the Mall of America and Waterpark of America are here!

  2. Teri says:

    Minnesota is a great place to visit or live! Do you want to live in a big city, medium city, or small town? Minnesota has plenty to over as far as sizes of cities, cultural and entertainment, recreation, jobs, transportation, medical, schools, and of course all four seasons. Most people are friendly. Some places you could move to are St. Cloud (I really like it there), Minneapolis, St. Paul (I would recommend West St. Paul), Rochester, Spring Valley, Plymouth, Ely, Canon Falls, etc. Don’t forget that Minnesota does have the Mall of America as well as some terrific lakes and rivers. Absoulutely beautiful! You can always sent for a travel/tour guide as well as information on different places to live. Good luck!

  3. Allison says:

    The Summers are fantastic, but Winters can be bitterly cold. The Twin Cities area is quite “liberal’, and diverse, but most of the rest of Minnesota is rural, and conservative with an influence from their Scandinavian roots. . The people are basically quite friendly. You’ll probably like it.

    Note: If you are ever offered “Lutefisk” (a Norwegian delicacy) don’t eat it. It tastes like boiled sponge rubber).

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