St. Louis Trip Journey Information | Expedia

St. Louis Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia

St. Louis – The Gateway to the West. Welcome to town that rivals its historic significance with spectacular meals, sports activities and music scenes. Don’t miss one of the best sights, right here.

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A #StLouis #trip is certain one to recollect. From its storied museums to its vigorous stadiums, take a look round and see why the locals listed here are pleased with their metropolis. #Discover St. Louis’ previous at its museums or see historical past standing in real-time in its preserved buildings and streets. It is a metropolis that retains with the brand new, too. With a vibrant culinary scene and funky music grooves, there’s a lot to like a few #go to to St. Louis. Take a break from hustle and bustle of the city and loosen up at one of many largest city parks in the US – though you’ll discover that is fairly a taking place place, too.

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45 thoughts on “St. Louis Trip Journey Information | Expedia

  1. awakeningspirit20 says:

    Of course I find out I had roots in St. Louis, Missouri AFTER going there. Before I moved out of the Midwest, I knew I had to get there and cross the Mississippi. I did, but probably didn't get to give this place justice since we only spent the day there. I got to go in the Arch, go to an iconic STL BBQ joint, see the Dread Scott Courthouse, and even go to a local ice cream joint and The Hill. If you're coming from Illinois like I did, go to the Cahokia Mounds first, you'll see St. Louis in all its grandeur from atop the highest mound in North America and you'll never forget that sight! Plus you learn all sorts of cool Native American history. But the mounds are a must, it's the perfect way to illuminate the grandeur of the Gateway to the West!

    I'll definitely be able to take it in more next time, especially now that I love blues!

  2. zimhatesbees says:

    Schlafly is St. Louis' largest craft brewery, but it's by no means "another of the cities oldest breweries" like Anheuser-Busch. Anheuser-Busch was founded in 1862. Schlafly was founded in 1991.

  3. Trevor Williams says:

    St. Louis is a wonderful city! It's a shame this wasn't recorded in the spring of 2020. So much is changing! Today for example marks the opening of The St. Louis Wheel, a 200 foot observation wheel at Union Station! Opening with the wheel are also a carousel, mini golf, and an old time soda fountain/restaurant! By the end of this year, there will also be an aquarium at Union Station as well!

    Spring of 2020 will also mark the opening of City Foundry, a shopping and entertainment district in our ever growing central corridor!

    $8 billion+ is being invested in to construction projects in St. Louis, putting the city through a renaissance we have never seen before. This city is definitely worth a visit, or maybe a permanent move too, as we are city attracting young professionals from all around the country for our low cost of living, amazing (and mostly free) amenities and our growing tech scene.

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