Must-See MLB Cities/Stadiums

If you are an MLB lover, this article is all you need. Give it a read and find out about some of the must-see MLB cities and stadiums across the world.

In case you haven’t been keeping up with the latest sports news, you might have missed a very interesting offseason in Major League Baseball. Contract issues nearly forced the cancellation of the 2022 season, but the baseball season is underway. 

Now that baseball is back in action, that should give you another reason to pack some bags and travel throughout the Spring and Summer months. Even if you aren’t a baseball fan, traveling to a city that has an MLB team provides a great experience every year.

With that in mind here is a look at six cities that have an MLB stadium that should be on your bucket list when looking to book your next trip. The MLB stadium will be included as well, and these cities are in no particular order. 

San Francisco, California: Oracle Park

San Francisco, California is a terrific city to visit, especially during the months when the weather gets a bit warmer. Northern California is not always as nice as some of the southern destinations, but it’s hard to pass up a trip to San Francisco.

Oracle Park is home to the San Francisco Giants and it sits right on the bay in the city. There are picture-perfect views from inside the stadium, but the area around there is beautiful too. 

If you are planning a trip to San Francisco then be sure to check out the Golden Gate Bridge and Alcatraz. 

Chicago, Illinois: Wrigley Field

Chicago, Illinois is one of the biggest cities in the United States and it’s also one of the best. You simply cannot beat summer in Chicago, and historic Wrigley Field is actually one of the top tourist destinations. 

If you aren’t going inside of Wrigley Field, travelling to Wrigleyville will be an experience of its own and this is a great place for food and drinks. Of course, Chicago is also home to some other terrific destinations such as Navy Pier, Lake Michigan, or Millenium Park. 

San Diego, California: Petco Park

When it comes to cities in California it is hard to argue that San Diego is not at the top of the list. The weather in San Diego is nearly perfect all year long and there are so many things to do outdoors in this city. 

Petco Park in San Diego is a beautiful ballpark, but we can understand if you find too many other things to do than watch the Padres play. The San Diego Zoo should be a stop for you if you visit this city, but be sure to get outside and enjoy the weather. 

Miami, Florida: LoanDepot Park

Miami, Florida is one of the top tourist destinations in the United States, and for a good reason. Going down to Miami isn’t always as popular during the Summer months as it is during the rest of the year, and this is by far the worst ballpark on the list.

There are so many terrific beaches down in Miami, and you are also going to find many different cultures being represented. Even if you can’t stand the heat, you will find plenty of interesting things to do in and around South Beach. 

Denver, Colorado: Coors Field

There is simply no better time to visit Denver, Colorado than during the warm summer months. Skiing might not be as prevalent during this time, but visiting the Rocky Mountains is still something that should be on your bucket list.

If you do plan on making a trip to Colorado then Coors Field should be one of your top destinations to visit. This is one of the most beautiful stadiums in baseball, and the Rocky Mountains provide the perfect backdrop while watching a baseball game. 

Boston, Massachusetts: Fenway Park

You might want to wait until later on in the year to visit Boston as it can be pretty cold until about mid-May. After the weather warms up though, Boston should be on your shortlist of travel destinations that include a MLB stadium.

Boston might not be as fun as some of the other cities on this list, but it’s excellent for those that enjoy history. If you hit Boston at the right time of the year then the weather and atmosphere will be perfect. 

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I am Dev, and I've been travelling full-time since 2016. I was a journalism student & started my corporate career as a documentary film-maker in England, before moving to India & becoming a full-time nomad. 25+countries. 50+ Brand Partnerships. And the adventure continues...

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