Plan Your Trip to St. Louis


> Travel to St. Louis

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The central location makes it possible for visitors to fly to St. Louis from most major U.S. cities in three hours or less. St. Louis Lambert International Airport is situated 13 miles from Downtown St. Louis and is connected to Downtown and much of the region by MetroLink light. Once on the ground in St. Louis there are many options for getting around.

On average there are 250 daily departures from St. Louis to 70 non-stop destinations. Thirteen airlines, along with their affiliates and charter companies, offer service to/from St. Louis.

 

By Train
KirkwoodTrainStation.jpgIf you’d rather travel to St. Louis on the ground, Amtrak is the ideal solution. The trains run daily from stations located in the St. Louis suburb of Kirkwood and at the Gateway Transportation Center located on South 15th Street. Along with Amtrak the Gateway Transportation Center serves Greyhound and Burlington Trailways interstate buses and is conveniently located one block from a MetroLink Light Rail Station and Historic St. Louis Union Station.

> Directions and Parking in St. Louis

The America's Center Convention Complex is about 14 miles from St. Louis Lambert International Airport, within walking distance from the train station and downtown hotels. Click here for driving directions and parking information.

For more travel and tourism information, visit the St. Louis Visitor's Guide.