Flights to Warren
Situated in the US state of Michigan, the city of Warren is the state’s third largest city and is the largest suburb of Detroit. Warren is not exactly a tourist destination in its own right, but could be considered a good place to stay if you’re visiting Detroit.
Flights to Warren will arrive at the Detroit Metropolitan Wayne County Airport (airport code: DTW), the busiest airport in the state. Flights with one connection in Amsterdam are available with KLM as well as Northwest Airlines. Lufthansa also has 1 connection, but it stops in Frankfurt. Delta has a 2-stop flight to Warren that has transfers in Atlanta and Baltimore. Depending on which airline you choose, you’ll be traveling for in the region of 23 hours from South Africa.
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The Tourist Attractions in Warren:
As mentioned above Warren isn’t a city that would usually be considered a tourist destination. Although it has city status it’s essentially a suburb of Detroit and is home to around 138,000 people. Obviously the people who call Warren home have everything they need here on a day to day basis including shops, recreation, services, entertainment, restaurants, and culture, but if you’re a tourist looking for unique attractions Warren really doesn’t have any.
The proximity to the city of Detroit is really the main reason why you might want to come to Warren as a tourist. Being a major city Detroit does have numerous tourist attractions so if you wanted to make the most of these but didn’t fancy staying in Detroit itself, Warren may be a good alternative. Located about 10 miles (16km) to the north of Detroit city centre, access is quick from Warren.
Detroit Zoo is one of the closest Detroit attractions to Warren as it’s situated in the neighbouring community of Royal Oak. This large zoo is a great family attraction that’s home to more than 270 species and includes the fantastic Arctic Ring of Life exhibit, which is the world’s largest polar bear exhibit. Here you can watch polar bears swimming over you from the underwater tunnel.
Things to do in Warren
As well as visiting the nearby Detroit Zoo there are a couple of things you might like to see and do while staying in Warren.
Marketed as the Warren Historical Village there are eleven historical markers at different sites around the city, commemorating notable people and buildings from Warren’s history. In addition to these there are also a number of other markers that have been placed at various sites by the Warren Historical and Genealogical Society, so look out for these as you wander around the streets of Warren.
When Should You Visit?:
The best time to visit Warren is during the summer if you prefer warm weather. July is the hottest month when the average high temperature is a pleasant 29C and the average low 18C. Anytime between May and October the temperatures are usually warm enough for walking around and taking in the sights. Winters on the other hand can be quite chilly in Warren and you should expect snowfall.