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Airports in Philadelphia

Philadelphia International Airport is a major airport serving the city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, U.S.A. It is the largest airport in the state. The airport is owned by City of Philadelphia and operated by Philadelphia Department of Commerce, Division of Aviation. It is a hub for American Airlines and UPS Airlines and serves as a focus city for Frontier Airlines. The airport offers passenger & cargo services to domestic and international destinations like London, Punta Cana, Cancun, Montego Bay, Los Angeles, Denver, Boston, and more. The airport is well connected to the city through taxis, limousines, rental cars, public transportation, and more.

Explore Houston

Americas fourth-largest city is a cosmopolitan destination, filled with world-class dining, arts, hotels, shopping and nightlife. Take a stroll through the historic Heights, spend the day exploring the Museum District or head down to Space Center Houston. Later, grab a bite in one of dozens of award-winning restaurants, or hang out with the cool kids on Washington Avenue. There is always something to do in this Southern hospitality meets urban chic city. Come explore YOUR Houston!

Things to Do in Houston

Houston Zoo

Set on 55 acres in Hermann Park, the Houston Zoo is one of the city’s star attractions, popular with locals and visitors. The zoo is home to more than 6,000 exotic and indigenous animals and contains an education center and children’s Zoo. Some of the highlights include feeding the giraffes, seeing marine life up close in the aquarium and watching sea lions and otters frolicking about. Other attractions in Hermann Park are the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Miller Outdoor Theatre, a Japanese Garden, and the Pioneer Memorial Log House Museum. Also fun is a paddle boat trip on McGovern Lake, or a stroll along the parks walking trails.

Buffalo Bayou Park

One of Houstons natural gems, Buffalo Bayou Park is a beautiful 160-acre green space running through the city, with the slow-moving waters of Buffalo Bayou as its centerpiece. This urban park is home to walking and biking trails, a dog park, sculptures, and plenty of shady areas to relax. If you want to get active and enjoy some of the great outdoors from the water, rent a kayak, canoe, or stand up paddleboard and enjoy a paddle along the bayou. Rentals are available at the park, and various tours are offered, ranging from one to three hours in length. The park is also home to a huge colony of Mexican free-tailed bats that inhabit the Waugh Drive Bridge. Approximately 250,000 of them fly out from the bridge each evening at sunset.

Houstons Street Art

Houstons street art, or what many people know as graffiti, is outstanding, with installations by some of the top names in street art throughout the US and around the world, including COPE2 and Houstons own Gonzo247. These colorful murals adorn the walls of establishments in various locations throughout the city and are well worth taking the time to drive around and see. The unofficial curator of Houstons street art is the charismatic artist known as Gonzo247. He is one of the city’s most famous street artists and the creator of the giant Houston is Inspired mural at the corner of Travis and Preston Streets and the smaller Houston mural at Leeland and St. Emanuel Streets.

Best Time to Fly to Houston

The best time to visit Houston is from February to April or from September to November. Due to its proximity to the Gulf of Mexico, the city experiences warm weather. However, spring and fall season are best to visit here.