St Louis Flights GuideSt Louis, recognizable for its Gateway Arch sits along the famous Mississippi River. After you've checked off the Arch and the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial, hop on board a 19th century paddle-wheel boat and take a cruise down the Mississippi. See the St. Louis Cardinals at Busch Stadium before raising your heart rate on thrill rides at Six Flags. The Saint Louis Zoo is the nation's leading zoological park.
Busses and trains are available to get to surrounding major cities including Indianapolis, Chicago, Kansas City, and Nashville. These cities are also all about a 5 hours drive by car. Springfield is a closer destination with a driving time of over an hour and busses are also accessible from St. Louis Station.
St. Louis has hot, muggy summers and chilly winters with temperatures varying between 25 to 89 degrees fahrenheit. The hot season lasts between the months of May to September. Most St. Louis events occur during the spring and fall which is the best time of year for mild, enjoyable temperatures. The long hot summers, and long cold winters should be avoided though visiting in the late summer gives you a chance to catch the baseball season.
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