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Las Vegas to St Louis Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $537.99
Travel Distance:1,369 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: Frontier Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Sun Country Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Monday
Weekly Flights:214
Avg. Flight Duration:03.05 Hours

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Airports in Las Vegas

The city of Las Vegas is served by 2 airports - McCarran International Airport, and North Las Vegas Airport. The McCarran International Airport is the primary airport serving Las Vegas. It is situated in the Paradise town, nearly 3 miles away from the Las Vegas city center. The airport provides both passenger & cargo services for both domestic and international destinations such as Portland, Charlotte, Austin, Oakland, London, Seattle, Los Angeles, New York, Atlanta, and more. Both the airports are connected to the city via public buses, inter-city shuttles, McCarran tram, taxis, rental cars, ride share, and Limousines.

Explore St. Louis

With its cache of vibrant museums, gardens, parks and breweries, you will find plenty of reasons to meet in St. Louis. Family-oriented travelers will likely venture to Forest Park for a Saint Louis Zoo visit. Others will savor complimentary drinks at the Anheuser-Busch Brewery before embarking on a pub crawl around The Loop. Wherever you start your expedition, save time to marvel at the iconic stainless-steel Gateway Arch rising from the heart of this Midwestern city. St. Louis, the largest city in Missouri, lies just below the junction of the Missouri and Mississippi Rivers, which here forms the boundary between Missouri and Illinois. The city has long been known as the “Gateway to the West” because it was from here that the Europeans set out to conquer the Wild West. It is home to St. Louis University, the oldest university west of the Mississippi, which was founded in 1818. The city’s connection with Scott Joplin, “the father of Ragtime” ensures its fame as a music city.

Things to Do in St Louis

Missouri Botanical Garden

The beautiful Missouri Botanical Garden is also known as the Shaw Garden, after the businessman and botanist Henry Shaw (1800-89) who laid it out in 1859. In the southeast part of the gardens are the richly appointed Tower Grove House, Henry Shaw’s “garden house”. The gardens themselves comprise a lovely rose garden, the rather unusual Climatron, built in 1960 for tropical plants, a Japanese Garden, an

“aqua-tunnel”; under a water-lily pool, and a herbarium. The Doris I. Schnuck Children’s Garden is designed with youngsters in mind, with an aim towards educating and inspiring children in the field of horticulture. Within the garden are several tourist attractions, including a prairie village and treehouse. Special exhibits include the “Cave Experience” which is a man-made cave, and a wetlands area that includes a steamboat.

Forest Park Attractions

Forest Park sits on the site of the 1904 World Fair, and some of the structures here still date from that time. The Jefferson Memorial sits on the north side of the park and houses the Missouri History Museum, which includes historical exhibits about the state, St. Louis, and Charles Lindbergh. In the center of the park, the City Art Museum has collections of art from prehistoric through contemporary works. Across the lawn, more than 6,500 animals call the 90-acre St. Louis Zoo their home. Residents include Asian elephants, hippos, gorillas, tree kangaroos, jaguars, and sea lions. To the east, near the Highlands Golf and Tennis Center, the Jewel Box contains a conservatory with hundreds of varieties of

flowers. Beyond this, on the outside corner of the park, the St. Louis Science Center has plenty of attractions and things to do, including a planetarium, IMAX theater, and interactive exhibits for all ages.

Laumeier Sculpture Park

The Laumeier Sculpture Park features an outdoor collection sculptures designed to showcase contemporary art in a natural environment. Trees and natural woodland with hiking trails surround the sculptures. The park features permanent and temporary displays. Also, on site is an indoor gallery with changing exhibits.

Best Time to Fly to St. Louis

The best times to visit St. Louis are in April and May and September through October. St. Louis experiences long, hot summers and long, cold winters. The short seasons of spring and fall, which offer plenty of convivial events and nice temperatures, make for the most enjoyable visits.