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Pierre travel guide

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You're Going to Love Pierre

South Dakota's capital city is a charming place, characterized by beautiful civic buildings, a prosperous downtown, and attractive 19th-century suburbs. But it's the outdoor attractions nearby that elevate Pierre above its Midwestern rivals.

Top 5 Reasons to Visit Pierre

When to Visit Pierre

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Summer is the most attractive season to visit Pierre, so try to book a vacation between June and early September.

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How to Get to Pierre

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Where to Stay in Pierre

Leading hotels in the city include the reliable and comfortable Days Inn, the upscale Pierre ClubHouse Hotel and Suites, and the city center Quality Inn.

Popular Neighborhoods in Pierre

Where to stay in popular areas of Pierre

How to Get Around Pierre

The Cost of Living in Pierre

Shopping Streets

Pierre Street in the city's downtown is a lovely area to window shop, and includes the Alley Exchange, a busy collection of craft and food stalls run by local businesses.

Groceries and Other

Major supermarkets in Pierre include Lynn's and Walmart, where you can expect to pay around $2.90 for 12 eggs.

Cheap meal
Cheap meal
$13.52
A pair of jeans
A pair of jeans
$47.65
Single public transport ticket
Single public transport ticket
$7.12

Where to Eat in Pierre

Good, traditionally cooked, prairie-fed meat is always available from Pierre's best restaurants. Standouts include the 50s-style Big Tom's Diner, the Cattleman's Club Steakhouse, and La Minestra, a high-quality Italian alternative. Meals should come to around $15-20 per head.