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Located in southern Indiana, Bloomington is a lovely Midwest locale. The city is best known as home to Indiana University, and the residents find great pride in the successes of their home team, the Hoosiers. Despite its large population - there were nearly 82,000 residents as of 2012, though students make up a big portion of this number - it’s a tight-knit community.
Bloomington has a fairly reliable bus system; however, biking is one of the more popular forms of transportation. In fact, the city has a multitude of bike paths, such as the B-Line, which takes you right through the center of the city. Walking is also common here as many of the top attractions in the city are located in the fairly small downtown area.
Attractions and activities in Bloomington
As a college town, Bloomington is a hip town brimming with chic cafes, boutique shops, live music venues, museums, galleries and plenty of quaint eateries. Many of the cultural and historical institutions are college-run, such as the Indiana University Art Museum and The Kinsey Institute. A huge pastime here is sports spectating - the Indiana Hoosiers play a variety of sports and many of the teams are in the NCAA Division I.
The destination is also rich with nature. Residents can explore the lush greenery and friendly creatures within Hoosier National Forest, and they can fish, boat or water ski over at Lake Monroe, which is about 10 miles southeast of the city center. Another unique feature of Bloomington is its thriving Tibetan community - it’s home to both the Kumbum Chamtse Ling Temple and Tibetan Mongolian Buddhist Cultural Center.
Moving to Bloomington
People ready to make the move to this delightful Indiana community can get help from North American Van Lines. Unlike many other Bloomington moving companies, northAmerican offers full-service packing, which means you can kick back and relax while reliable associates do the rough work. If you prefer a more hands-on approach, you can purchase boxes and other materials from North American Van Lines or let these professionals pack up your fragile possessions to ensure they’re safe and secure. Either way, your belongings will be transported to your new home without a hitch.
To get to Bloomington, you can take Highways 37 or 46. Another option is to fly and land at Indianapolis International Airport and and utilize the shuttle service to Bloomington. If you decide to arrive by plane, take advantage of northAmerican’s vehicle transportation service to have your car delivered right to your home.