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Airports in San Diego

San Diego International Airport is the main airport serving the city of San Diego, California. It is an international airport situated around 4.8 kilometers away from the city's center. The airport is owned & operated by San Diego County Regional Airport Authority. It is a focus city for Alaska Airlines & Southwest Airlines. Both passenger and cargo services are offered by the airport to domestic and international destinations. These include San Jose, London, Tokyo, Calgary, Mexico City, Atlanta, Sacramento, Chicago, Las Vegas, and more. The airport is well connected to the city via public transportation, rental cars, taxis, ride shares, shuttles, 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

Museum District

The Museum District is one of Houston’s greatest cultural attractions, with 19 museums residing in this beautiful area. Eleven of these are free to the public. Some of the highlights include the Museum of Fine Arts, the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Children’s Museum, the Menil Collection, the Holocaust Museum, and the Contemporary Arts Museum, to name just a few. Also, in this area is the lovely Hermann Park, with the Houston Zoo and the Miller Outdoor Theatre. Most of the museums are within easy walking distance of each other, although the Menil and the Rothko Chapel are a little farther out. Museums that are free of charge include: The Menil Collection, Rothko Chapel, Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, Lawndale Art Center, Houston Museum of American Culture, Rice Gallery, Houston Center for photography, and the Czech Center Museum Houston.

Rice University Campus

The Rice University Campus is an oasis in downtown Houston and a favorite outdoor space for many Houstonians. Walking and running trails, thousands of mature trees, and lovely old buildings are spread over this 300-acre campus. Also, on the grounds are a large number of impressive contemporary artworks that lend to the tranquil atmosphere. Many of these installations are equally, or even more, impressive in the evening when they are lit. The Rice Gallery is a must-see sight on campus, with huge temporary art installations that almost engulf visitors as they explore the space. Stop in at the Welcome Center at Lovett Hall for more information on the latest things to see at Rice University.

Lone Star Flight Museum

The Lone Star Flight Museum has been setup with the aim to educate and inform public about the aviation history & heritage of the region. Preserved & restored here is a collection of aircraft displaying the evolution of flying machines. Interactive exhibits focusing on science, technology engineering, and math concepts (STEM), Aviation Learning Center, the Texas Aviation Hall of Fame, and a collection of historically significant aircraft are some of the major highlights of the museum.

Best Time to Fly to Houston

The best time to visit Houston is from February to April or from September to November. Houston also experiences mild winters and snowfall is rare, but temperatures drop when the sun goes down so make sure to pack layers if you are traveling in December or January.

Houston Travelers' Reviews

  Great place
Always enjoy ??
- PAMELA  Feb 23, 2018
  Fast and convenient
Convenient and supper fast to book!
- Member  Feb 11, 2018

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