Top Ten Best Cities In the Midwest United States
This is a very great place because you've got Navy Pier, the Willis Tower and lots of other fun stuff to do!
Obviously Chicago is the best, but Milwaukee is 100% the most underrated (coming from a Floridian). Lets be real here, Milwaukee is the one of the dopest sounding city names in the entire country, yet everyone always forgets about it, which is total bs.
Milwaukee is awesome but they really need to change their city flag! Have you seen that atrocity?
That's where I'm going to a Halsey concert!
How are we number 3
Chicago is the only city rated ahead of Minneapolis that has teams in all four major pro sports. We also trail only Chicago and New York in the number of theaters for all U.S. Cities! The nightlife is terrific, there are churches everywhere, we have beautiful lakes and trees. It does get cold in the winter but you dress for it and at least people up here know how to drive in it. Minneapolis should definitely be moved up, I have no desire to live anywhere else!
I might also add that while we are certainly not free of racists, Minneapolis is very diverse and proud of it. In Keith Ellison, Minneapolis elected the nation's first Muslim congressman and he is terrific. Native son Walter Mondale was the first presidential candidate ever to name a woman as his running mate. Minneapolis is a trailblazing city, and proud of it.
Minneapolis/st.Paul...and particularly Minneapolis is booming in size and development all you see is cranes everywhere,not to mention the nightlife and overall vibe...definitely number 2 in my opinion by a long shot...sorry other cities but Minneapolis just has that it factor that all other midwest cities outside of Chicago don't...
Moved from San Francisco to MSP, it has been great, very unique. Get a nice jacket for the winter and comfortable flip flops in the summer, they really have it all here...
I have lived there for more than one year as an exchange student. Awesome city, many outdoors activities to do at the city parks and beautiful skyline. Besides, Country Club Plaza is a cool place to shop or just stroll around. Kansas City is a midsize city that offers everything you need. I hope someday I could go there at least for visiting
Average size Metropolitan city with beautiful houses and suburbs. Less than an hour away from University of Kansas. (Have you seen the Sky Line at night? ) beautiful city indeed. Country Club Plaza is one of the most beautiful parts of the country.
Fact #1) I-435 @ 83.02mi, is the 2nd longest City Loop in the US, 5th longest in the world.
Fact #2) City with the most fountains in use.
Fact #3) City with the tallest residential building in the Midwest outside of Chicago.
I moved here from Houston, Texas. I love the hills and the skyline, traffic isn't bad, great BBQ and nice people.
Very down to earth
Very very very fun
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Most of the people who hate on Detroit aren't even from around here. People believe all of the rumors that are made up about it. Sure there are some bad neighborhoods, but all cities have those. Detroit has a sense of pride that most other cities don't.
Eventhough Detroit is dangerous, it still has a rich history. Sure crimes happen all over the city but that is mostly in the neighborhoods. Downtown is beautiful though, so much to see and do
Detroit, Michigan should not be on this list. It's one of the most dangerous cities In the USA!
Motown, Motor City, HockeyTown, Paris of the Midwest...should I keep going?
well, I'm biased because I live here. Its amazing, big enough to have everything you need, traffic is never bad, crime is low for a city of it's size, people are humble, hard working and friendly, and it is more diverse than you might think- more than just ethnic diversity too.
Best quality of life. Everything you need in a 20 minutes city.
Omaha is the best of summer fun!
Had to put my city first guys.
Des Moines has everything that big cities offer; beautiful suburbs, downtown, great size, lots of corporate headquarters for insurance companies, cool historic neighborhoods, and good people! By the end of 2021, Des Moines will have two new highrises, The Fifth and 515 Walnut, a world-class skatepark called Lauridsen Skatepark, and possibly ziplining over the Des Moines River and white-water rafting on the river! Des Moines is projected to have a metro population of 1 million by 2040! ***It's the fastest growing city in the Midwest, with tons of development happening all around the city and the suburbs!
How it's under Omaha is beyond me.
Iowa is a really fun state if you like the cold winters and hot summers
Such a nice place
One of the better, mid sized, cities I've worked in in the midwest. Has a very unique feel, the people are extremely nice and welcoming, seems like a diverse and steadily growing economy, and best of all the price of living is extremely low and you still get a big city feel and have a ton of events going on all the time. Many new entertainment districts and you can get like a pretty nice 2,000+ SF home 10 minutes outside of the city for around $190,000k in very safe and well kept neighborhoods.
It is a great city filled with European charm and a Hipster vibe. Over-the-Rhine and the Ohio River front are awesome places to exlpore.
A very pleasant place to put down roots. If you can't decide between city or country, urban or rural, why not pick where you have the best of everything?
Playhouse Square, West Side Market, Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, and some awesome local food. Oh...and the Browns are good now
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Lots of free things to do, parks, lakes, camping, a good distance to other big cities for vacation spots, and a decent nightlife.
One of the most diverse and best cities in the Midwest. Has consistently out performed other cities in grwoth and quality and now is the 2nd largest city in the Midwest behind Chicago.
Denver is not in the Midwest.
This place rocks. I've been both here, all over Kansas, Colorado, and all over Missouri, and Wichita beats them all by far. Much friendly people as well.
Incredibly underrated city. Love it!
It should be at #5
Cool up on Lake Superior
Basically the only tourist are just Minnesotans and a couple of Canadians
I used to live in Eau Claire. Beautiful place out in west Wisconsin
People who think this place is boring can only blame themselves because there is lots of fun stuff to do here.
Okay, this is just a suburban town of Chicago. Well, whatever.