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Flights to Houston

Houston has peaceful green parks, a bustling downtown area filled with food vendors and vibrant street art, and world-class museums and galleries.

Reasons to visit Houston:

Diversity:

More than 145 languages are spoken in Houston, with over a third of the Houstonian languages at home. This ensures that the food and drink scenes, urban music, arts, and street life are diverse and extremely fascinating.

The food:

With over 11,000 restaurants, you'll find everything here. In recent years, food centers, selling cuisine from all over the country, have been flourishing right across the city center. The Conservatory with an underground beer garden and a revolving vendor serves everything. Houston's unbelievable richness penetrates the culinary scene most beautifully.

Shopping:

Other than the super-high-end Galleria, they also have plenty of antique restaurants, shops, and thrift stores along Westheimer's River. There are large and small-scale shops, man-ready goods, and much more. The newly built River Oaks district has luxurious retail, business, and residential construction. Luxury retailers with their shops in the entire district continue to bring in stores and facilities.

Museums:

There are 20 exhibits, galleries, and cultural sites that support art, research, history, and culture in the Houston Museum District. Many of the highlights are the precious Collection Menil, the Rothko Chapel, and the Fine Arts Museum. While you need a vehicle to get around Houston, many museums such as the Houston Museum of Natural Science and the Museum of Fine Arts are within walking distance.

Top sites to visit in Houston:

The Space Center:

The Space Center's must-see destination in Houston is Houston, NASA's Official Visitor Center Johnson Space Centre. It's a big complex, where the space shuttle and the massive shuttle carrier can be seen. This is also where NASA's future flights, including trips to Mars, can be learned about. To see where astronauts prep for spaceship flights, take an open-air tram ride to the Johnson Space Centre. You can also see the real rockets shown on this trip by visiting Rocket Park. On NASA's Houston Space Center and City Sightseeing Tour, you can easily visit the Houston Space Center during your trip to Houston.

Hermann Park

The park surrounds various neighborhoods, attractions, colleges, and agencies so you can find plenty of green spaces and facilities for any generation. Hermann Park has a children's train trail, paths, picnic areas, seas, gardens, and a golf course. In addition to the park's aquarium, one of the most famous attractions is the McGovern Centennial Gardens and the Miller Outdoor Amphitheater.

The museum district:

With its 19 museums located in this magnificent downtown neighborhood, the Museum District is one of Houston's finest cultural attractions. Some of the highlights include the Fine Arts Museum, the Natural Science Houston museum, the Houston Children's Museum, the Menil Collection, the Holocaust, and the Houston Museum of Contemporary Art. The lovely Hermann Park with the Houston Zoo and the Outdoor Theatre is also located in this location.

Buffalo Bayou Park:

A famous outing recreation area is the 10-mile stretch from Sheperd Drive to the Port of Houston Turning Basin. In Buffalo Bayou Park, there are a host of activities like the roller park and the natural playground, a picnic, a tributary, and a Dog Park, as well as the Houston Police Memorial. Fascinating preserved items like The Water Works, made up of an abandoned water structure, can be found here in the park. Today, it is a renowned hub for outdoor festivals, events, and trucks. Public toilets and bike rental facilities are also located here.

Houston Zoo:

The Houston Zoo is a renowned sightseeing area for local people and tourists. The zoo features a facility for schools and children's zoos, with more than 6,000 wild and domestic species. The highlights include feeding giraffes, watching the sea lions and ottomans frolicking close by in the aquarium. The Houston Museum of Natural History, the Miller Outdoor Theater, the Japanese Garden, and the McGovern Centennial Garden are other attractions in Hermann Park.

Houston Murals:

The colorful array of Houston's murals can be seen in shops, bars, parking lots, yoga studios, and much more throughout the area. Walls vary from basic to incredibly complex and from colorful to purely monochromatic messages, which vary from expressly political to universal. The walls were decorated by a number of local and foreign artists. Some of these murals were even commissioned during the annual HUE Wall Festival.

Best time to visit Houston:

Houston is best visited from February to April and from September to November during the fall months. The weather is both pleasant, and the tourists can attend many festivals.

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Best Flight offer from Houston

Houston

22-Oct-2020

Miami

22-Oct-2020
Starting from $70

Houston

22-Oct-2020

Miami

22-Oct-2020
Starting from $70

Houston

22-Oct-2020

Miami

22-Oct-2020
Starting from $70

Houston

22-Oct-2020

Miami

22-Oct-2020
Starting from $70
Top places to visit in Houston
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