|Destination Airport IATA Code||STL|
|Destination City||St. Louis|
|Number of Airlines Serving||2|
|Popular Airline||American Airlines|
|Origin||Destination||Travel Dates||Flights From*|
|DEN||Missouri||Jun 12 - Jun 27||$227|
|ATL||Missouri||Jun 13 - Jun 18||$232|
|PHL||Missouri||Jun 14 - Jul 4||$286|
|DFW||Missouri||Jun 12 - Jun 14||$297|
|EWR||Missouri||Jun 13 - Jun 19||$307|
|LGA||Missouri||Jun 13 - Jun 16||$307|
|SEA||Missouri||Jun 12 - Jun 20||$322|
|LAX||Missouri||Jun 14 - Jul 4||$328|
|TPA||Missouri||Jun 12 - Jun 30||$328|
A major Midwest metropolis, St. Louis is the largest city in Missouri. Incredibly green and very relaxed, St. Louis is great place to while away a relaxing weekend. Book your flights to St. Louis today and explore the charms of this welcoming city for yourself.
Hot summers, icy winters and glorious spring and fall seasons mean St. Louis has something different to offer throughout the year. April, May and June are some of the best months in St. Louis with the city’s parks bursting into life and a great choice of festivals and events.
July and August can see high temperatures and high humidity. Although days are hot, summer rain showers are common so you’ll still need to pack an umbrella even when the mercury is in the high 80s.
Fall is another great time to book cheap flights to St. Louis. Temperatures are pleasant and there’s plenty to keep you busy. However you’ll need to bring a jacket as evening temperatures can plummet.
With regular flights departing from St. Louis for destinations across the US, finding a journey that suits you should be easy. Use Orbitz to search for airfares to St. Louis to boost your chances of bagging a bargain.
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Optimal departures to St. Louis from around the US include:
The city’s main airport is St. Louis Lambert International. The largest and busiest airport in Missouri, it offers direct flights to over 80 domestic and international destinations. St. Louis is a focus city for Southwest Airlines and is served by both premium and low cost carriers.
Traveling to and from St. Louis Lambert International is quick and easy thanks to the city’s mass transit system. The MetroLink Red Line provides a direct link between the airport and the city center. MetroBus services are available at Lambert Field and taxis can also be found at the airport.
A choice of airlines offer direct flights to STL from destinations across the US, including:
St. Louis’ MetroLink light rail network comprises of two lines. The Red Line connects the city’s airport with North Hanley, the University of Missouri and Wellston. The Blue Line links Shrewsbury, Maplewood and the city center. St. Louis also has a good network of buses and taxis are available in urban areas.
St. Louis has invested a lot in cycling infrastructure and it’s now easy to get out and explore on two wheels. Bikes are available to hire from a number of places in the city.
The most recognizable landmark in St. Louis is the Gateway Arch. The arch stands over 190m high and is clad in stainless steel. Building work on the arch was completed in 1965 and it officially opened to the public in 1967. Climb to the top of the arch for sweeping views of St. Louis and the Great Plains.
If you want to learn more about St. Louis and its history, visit the City Museum. Made up of a fascinating mix of repurposed architectural and industrial pieces, its unique exhibits will be a highlight of your stay in the city. Other cultural and historic attractions that are well worth a visit during your time in St. Louis include the Missouri History Museum, St. Louis Art Museum and Missouri Civil War Museum.
If you’re traveling with kids, be sure to visit The Magic House. Specifically aimed at children, the museum tries to promote hands-on learning and experimentation.
When you’re done sightseeing for the day, head over to Forest Park. This beautiful green space covers 1,371 acres and is a wonderful place to relax, have fun and enjoy the atmosphere.
You can save money on travel in St. Louis by purchasing an hourly, daily, weekly or monthly travel pass.
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