Destination: Traverse City, Michigan
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WIth Traverse City cruises, you'll experience a small city with big offerings. With a quickly expanding dining scene, you'll have the chance to eat delicious food and try award-winning wines. Once you've had your fill, you can head out to places like Pyramid Point for a quick hike that provides phenomenal views of Lake Michigan. This Great Lakes city has it all, and is sure to have something for everyone.
Traverse city is also known as the "Cherry Capital of the World." This is because the region produces almost three quarters of the US' tart cherries. There's even a festival held in honor of them each July, where all kinds of cherry-flavored delicacies can be found.
Speaking of festivals, Traverse city is practically known for them. From its renowned annual film festival to its many arts festivals, you'll find events to attend here year-round.
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Best things to do in Traverse City, Michigan
Visit the Traverse City Film Festival
Usually occurring in late July, this event is one of the largest independent film festivals in the United States. You'll find that films are played across the city, from the historic State Theatre to small venues. For cinephiles, this annual festival is a must-see attraction.
Sample the Traverse City food scene
Traverse City has a rapidly growing food scene. With tons of innovative chefs coming right out of nearby Northwestern Michigan College, it's no wonder why! In the city, you'll find new spots popping up all the time. Even if you're in town for only a short time, the Farm Club restaurant and brewery is an excellent place to grab a bite to eat. Several publications have listed the best places to eat in the city, but we think this one from Eater does it best: Eater: 14 Essential Traverse City Restaurants