Indianapolis will forever be tied to the circular track at the Indianapolis Motor Speedway, the site of the world’s largest single-day spectator event, the Indianapolis 500. In the past two decades, the city has capitalized on its historic link to sports — the result is an urban core of hotels, stadiums, shops and restaurants, all linked by a network of skywalks and dedicated walking and biking paths. The city is home to the NCAA, numerous U.S. and Olympic teams, and has hosted major events including the Super Bowl, PGA Championship and NCAA Final Four. But beyond the playing fields, Indy is city of museums, art and protected open spaces, fueled by the famous Midwestern hospitality.