Vacation Rentals in St. Louis
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Vacation rentals in St. Louis
Would you like to go on vacation where you can unwind and soak up all the fun and excitement around you? Then, visit St. Louis and discover why this picturesque city remains a top priority for most travelers. St. Louis is Missouri's second-largest city and boasts of its iconic features that attract visitors from different parts of the world. When you visit St. Louis, you can stay in vacation rentals spread across the city. Luckily, the city's vastness and unique landmarks make it easy for visitors to navigate when looking for the best attraction sites.Vacation rentals for everyone
Whether you prefer a rental ideal for a romantic getaway, a weekend getaway with friends, or where you can stay with your family, you'll find a property to match your needs. With modern rentals here, you can find cozy bedrooms, fully equipped kitchens, and spacious living rooms. Look for child-friendly rentals that allow visitors to come with your pets if you want to go as a whole family. You'll enjoy living in rentals with amenities such as a pool, terrace, Jacuzzi, internet, TV, and air conditioning. The main intention is to ensure you feel right at home. You can spend time in your properties enjoying the peace around or go out to explore the city.
Vacations in St. Louis
The area and getting around
St. Louis is a stunning city ideal for travelers of varying ages and backgrounds. Based in the eastern-central part of Missouri, the city boasts a natural spectacle center. St. Louis is 65.99 square miles and sits near Missouri and Mississippi Rivers. Ensure you visit the most famous attraction sites in the city, including parks, monuments, and rivers. If you want to discover the city's thrills, spend a day in midtown exploring the city's iconic buildings or head west to various parks such as Forest Park and Tower Grove Park. Then, take your family to the Mississippi River that cuts across the city and find out the best outdoor activities you can try on this river.Unique neighborhoods
Delver deeper into the neighborhoods and find out what's unique about them. Whether you wish to interact with the locals and learn a few details about their ways of life, you have many places to visit. Find out each neighborhood's unique character and style by exploring their signature cuisine, boutiques, live entertainment, and charming nightlife. Visit Clayton for eclectic boutiques, downtown for entertainment, or Maryland heights for family-friendly outdoor activities. Visit various restaurants and bars for local and international food and drinks. If you want to buy gifts for your lover or family members, find several antique shops in various neighborhoods.
Travelers and activities
If you're looking for a perfect way to get introduced to this iconic city, visit various cultural and historical centers. Here, you'll learn about St. Louis in the 19th century to help you understand the city from a different perspective. Next, visit St. Louis University's Museum of Contemporary Religious Art (MOCRA) to learn the history and culture of the city. have more profound insights about religious faith by browsing through the museum's contemporary art with religious and spiritual themes. Finally, head to the Cathedral Basilica of St. Louis and learn about the history of the city's religion.Family-friendly outdoor activities
Move out of your rentals with your family and visit the best attraction sites ideal for outdoor activities. Head to the eastern side of the city and find the Mississippi River that makes it magnificent. You can walk north or south of the river and enjoy exploring the natural landscape with scenic features. You can enjoy the stunning views of the historic falls, historic mill ruins, and Minneapolis skyline. If you want to get into the water, try water activities like canoeing, paddleboarding, fishing, among others. Visit the parks nearby for hiking, biking, and birdwatching.
In 1897, Louis Sullivan built the first-ever skyscraper in the world in St. Louis. He constructed the Wainwright Building in downtown St. Louis with only 10 stories high.
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Would you like to have a bird's eye view of this iconic city? Visit Gateway Arch that makes up one of the most impressive attraction sites in the city. The arch has a height of 630 feet and towers above the city. You'll enjoy viewing the tallest archway in the world while you take a ride to the top of the Gateway Arch. Cruise down to Jefferson National Expansion Memorial and down the Mississippi River.Soulard Farmers Market
If you'd like to prepare your meals in your rentals with your family, visit Soulard Farmers Market for organic foods. First, you can explore this bustling market that's over 200 years old. Then, purchase fresh farm produce such as meat, cheese, fruits, vegetables and flowers. Whether you want to visit Soulard Farmers Market during weekdays or on weekends, you'll always find everything you need.Missouri Botanical Garden
Would you like to find a family-friendly place where you can visit and glimpse at an extensive plant collection? First, visit Missouri Botanical Garden and discover how it keeps its historical aspects. You can explore its different sections, including the Japanese Garden with plants like lotus and flowering cherries. Then, head to Tower Grove House and discover where Henry Shaw lived and his dedication towards establishing this garden.Forest Park
Visit Forest Park and enjoy spending time in one of the famous attraction sites in St. Louis. Forest Park is more than 1000 acres and offers visitors unlimited excitement. You can explore Forest Park, go for picnics with family or friends, hike and see pagodas. Also, visit Turtle Park, take photos of the turtles, and look for other activities like golfing.The Magic House
Take your little ones to the Magic House and let magic enchant their minds. While the Magic house isn't about making things disappear and reappear, your kids will have a chance to experience more fun and get educated. For instance, they can learn about math, government and science excitingly. In addition, you can find sections for babies of different ages where kids will enjoy fantastic exhibits and other enchanting things around.