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Los Angeles to St Louis Route Information

Cheapest Fare: $248.6
Travel Distance:1,590 Miles
Airlines Flying This Route: American Airlines, Southwest Airlines, Alaska Airlines
Cheapest Day of the Week:Wednesday
Weekly Flights:99
Avg. Flight Duration:03.34 Hours

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Airports in Los Angeles

Los Angeles is served by 4 international and 2 domestic airports. These are Los Angeles International Airport, Ontario International Airport, John Wayne Airport, San Bernardino International Airport, Bob Hope Airport, and Long Beach Airport. Los Angeles International Airport is the primary airport serving the city of Los Angeles. Situated in Los Angeles, California, it is the busiest & largest airport in the entire State. The airport provides passenger & cargo services to both domestic and international destinations including Dublin, Moscow, Papeete, Paris, Auckland, Guadalajara, Rome, Tokyo, Hong-Kong, San Francisco, New York, Atlanta, Newark, and more. For hassle free connectivity, various ground transportation services like car rentals, scheduled buses, shared ride vans, taxis, and metro rail are available at all airports of the city.

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

Gateway Arch

In the center of Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park is the Gateway Arch, a symbol of the city’s role as the “Gateway to the West”. This parabolic arch of stainless steel, 625 feet high, was erected from 1959 to 1965 to the design of Eero Saarinen, based on an unexecuted project by Adalberto Libera for the entrance to the Esposizione Universale di Roma of 1942. Eight elevators run up to the observation platform on the highest point of the arch. You can also view the arch from the water on one of the many riverboat cruises, or by air in a helicopter tour. Tickets for the Gateway Arch are sold at the Gateway Arch Ticketing and Visitor Center in the Old Courthouse, which is located eight blocks (a 10-15-minute walk) from the arch. Advance purchase of tickets for the observation platform is recommended.

Market Street

Across the I 70, beside the Gateway Arch, is the start of Market Street. The city’s main street, it is lined by important buildings and halfway along opens out into St. Louis Memorial Plaza. On the left-hand side is the gigantic rotunda of the Busch Stadium, which has seating for 50,000 spectators. The stadium is home to the St. Louis Cardinals, the city’s baseball team, whose history is documented in the St. Louis Cardinals Hall of Fame. The neighboring National Bowling Hall of Fame does the same for bowling. Farther along Market Street, on the left, is City Hall, which was modeled on the Hotel de Ville in Paris. There are some interesting buildings in the streets running north from Market Street. On 14th Street is the Soldiers Memorial Building, commemorating all fallen American soldiers. At the corner of 14th Street and Market Street is the Kiel Auditorium.

Old Courthouse

On the right-hand side of Market Street is a massive domed building, the Old Courthouse, which is part of the Jefferson National Expansion Memorial Park. It was built in the mid 1800s and has been the scene of several important trials, including the suit by Dred Scott for freedom from slavery and Suffragist Virginia Louisa Minor for the right to vote. The courthouse now showcases exhibits from the Museum of Westward Expansion. The Gateway Arch Ticketing and Visitor Center is also located in the Old Courthouse.

Best Time to Fly to St. Louis

The best times to visit St. Louis are in in the months between April and May and between September & 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.

St Louis Travelers' Reviews

  Mr
Great trip!!! Easy access to car rental.friendly people!!!
- Member  Apr 09, 2019
  Ms. Mary Ellen Halstead
The trip from Hartford to Saint Louis was flawless: smooth
- Mary  Apr 02, 2019

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