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Cheap flights to Houston

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About Houston

From Space City to Silicon Bayou, Houston is a place with a grand reputation. Everything is big in Texas, they say, and no city in Texas is bigger than Houston. Located at the southeastern apex of the "Texas Triangle" near Galveston Bay and the Gulf of Mexico, this sprawling metropolis is not only home to NASA residents, but also a world-leading center for health and research. Vibrant and diverse, Houston is a dynamic blend of imagination, talent, and world-class attractions that make it a world-class city. Home to a vibrant economy, beautiful surroundings, and people full of optimism and spirit, it's no wonder Houston is a popular international travel destination. Enjoy Houston's premier performing and visual arts venues. Try one of the countless restaurants serving everything from Tex-Mex and South American to Middle Eastern and Vietnamese. For sports fans, we have local teams representing all major sports.


Top attractions in Houston

  • The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston
  • Space Center Houston
  • Houston Zoo
  • Houston Museum of Natural Science
  • Downtown Aquarium
  • Children's Museum Houston


Flights to Houston

February/March is currently the cheapest month to fly to Houston. July/August is currently the most expensive month.  Booking in advance can save you money if your schedule is not flexible. The best times to fly to Houston are early spring and fall. In October and at least early November, the weather is still warm enough to wear summer clothes, but the humidity is gone. Most visitors prefer to avoid the hot and humid summer months from June to September. Budget travelers can definitely find flights to Houston during the summer months. Book your hotel at the same time as you fly to Houston. Budget hotels in Houston fill up quickly in the off-season. Early spring and late fall are popular times to visit Houston as temperatures and humidity drop significantly. During peak travel times, look for the cheapest fares early. Rates are cheaper during the hot and humid summer months, but the weather can be erratic at this time. Winter is another off-season when cheap flights can be found. The city can get occasional snow, so if you're planning a trip in December or January, check the weather forecast. Cheap flights to Houston are usually found for departures on Thursdays. Monday is currently the most expensive departure date. A morning flight is probably the best way to travel to Houston at this time. Afternoon flights are usually more expensive.


Airline Information

George Bush International Airport is a hub for United Airlines, but many other airlines also serve Houston. Choose from domestic airlines such as American Airlines, Delta Air Lines, Frontier Airlines, Spirit Airlines, and Texas Sky Airlines. International flights include Aeromexico, Avianca, British Airways, Emirates, and Lufthansa. Houston is easily accessible from many locations. Just over three hour's drive from Boston. Arrived just over 2 hours from Chicago. The flight from Atlanta is only about 1.5 hours. Houston saw a 21% year-over-year increase in demand for flights into the city.


Things to do in Houston

Houston offers something of interest to every traveler, young or old. Start with a trip to the Johnson Space Center. At the center of NASA activity is a visitor center called Space Station Houston, where you can enjoy interactive exhibits and exhibits of space artifacts. Take a 90-minute narrated tour or explore the center on your own. Houston has many museums worth visiting, including the Houston Museum of Natural Science with its dinosaur fossils, gem vault, chemistry hall, planetarium, and butterfly center. The Houston Holocaust Museum is in the same area and offers a thought-provoking and educational experience. Another museum in the area is the Children's Museum of Houston, where kids can de-stress through interactive exhibits. Art lovers should visit the Menil Collection, which offers a quiet and contemplative setting to explore Byzantine, medieval, and 20th-century art. The Houston Museum of Art is another option. The collection spans thousands of years. For a unique look at art, visit the Art Car Museum. Inside is a collection of cars painted and decorated with intricate details. It may not be big, but this museum is definitely unforgettable. Get in touch with urban nature at the Houston Zoo. With over 6,000 animals at the zoo, he's sure to find something you love. If you're traveling with children, visit the interactive children's area at the water park and zoo. Buffalo Bayou is another opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. An urban waterway surrounded by natural landscapes and hiking trails. Explore the city from the water on a canoe, kayak, or boat tour of Buffalo Bayou.


Where to stay in Houston

The best area to stay in Houston is Galleria, especially if you`re looking for a safe district with great shopping, nightlife and food, and superb hotels. Located some 8 miles west of the city center. Galleria is an upscale residential and shopping district home to some of the city`s best-rated hotels, luxury malls, and top-notch eateries. Downtown Houston is home to the main historical sights in the city including the Theater District, home to the Houston Grand Opera and the Downtown Aquarium, the historic Market Square Park, and the office-oriented Central Business District. Some of the best hotels in this area include the Marriott Marquis Houston and The Lancaster Hotel. A few miles south lies the elegant Museum District, full of shady streets and home to Hermann Park and the main cultural institutions in Houston including the Houston Museum of Natural Science, the Museum of Fine Arts, the Holocaust Museum, and the Houston Museum of African American Culture. A great option in the area is the Hotel Zaza Houston Museum District. Located between Downtown and the Museum District, Midtown Houston is a centrally located residential neighborhood lined with nightlife and restaurants. Midtown Houston also has a variety of tourist apartments and condominium hotels, including the Sonder at Mid Main Lofts. Uptown Houston isn't the city's most central or most glamorous neighborhood, but it's a safe and upscale area that's home to one of Texas's largest shopping malls, The Galleria Mall. The hotels here are some of the best in the city and include luxurious facilities like the Post Oak Hotel. Last but not least, southeast Houston is home to the Johnson Space Center, a must-see attraction, especially if you're traveling with kids. A great hotel in this family-friendly area is the Courtyard by Marriott Houston NASA Clear Lake.


United, Southwest Airlines, Air New Zealand, Mesa Airlines, Air Canada, SkyWest Airlines, CommutAir and American Airlines all fly direct to Houston.

Currently, you can only travel to Houston if you are a US citizen or meet other strict immigration requirements. But the world has opened up again and things are changing rapidly.

Houston has 4 airports. Houston George Bush Intercontinental, Houston Ellington Field, Houston Hobby, Houston David Wayne Hooks.

Downtown Houston is 26 km from Houston George Bush International Airport.

The cheapest month to fly to Houston is currently February or March. July/August is the most expensive. Pricing depends on several factors, including Adance bookings, departure airports, airlines, etc.


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