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St. Louis travel has always been a major crossroads, a bustling, welcoming stop for travelers from all over the country and the world. That legacy is reflected in the city’s rich culture and diverse neighborhoods, from the old-world Italian restaurants and markets of The Hill to the eclectic anything-goes atmosphere of the hip Delmar Loop. As you survey St. Louis from atop the Gateway Arch downtown, there’s a sense of opportunity, of adventures waiting to be had. Will your St. Louis travel include beer and the blues in historic Soulard? Boutique shopping in the Central West End? Something old (Cherokee Antique Row) and something new (Niche restaurant) in up-and-coming Benton Park? Or perhaps just a stroll in the park? After all, fantastic Forest Park has been entertaining visitors on a St. Louis vacation since the 1904 World’s Fair, and its top attractions—including the St. Louis Zoo, St. Louis Art Museum and St. Louis Science Center—remain free for all, yet another expression of St. Louis’ ...See More open-arms approach to travelers passing through this legendary Gateway City. See Less
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