St Louis

St. Louis is located in the United States, in the state of Missouri. The city sits on the eastern border of the state, near the Mississippi River.

The weather in St. Louis is considered between a humid continental and a humid subtropical climate. There are no large mountains or any beds of water near the city to influence the temperatures. The city offers four distinct seasons with spring being the wettest and including severe weather such as winter storms and tornadoes. Summers in the city are hot and humid with average temperatures ranging around 90 degrees Fahrenheit during the hottest months of July and August. There is snow in the winter and temperatures are cold, typically below freezing.

There are many things to see and do in the city of St. Louis. The most well known architecture in the city is the Gateway Arch. Visitors can enjoy a scenic view from the wonderful park that surrounds the arch. Underneath the arch, there is a museum, which is free to explore. Visitors can also take a ride to the top of the arch and experience breathtaking views from the small windows located at the top.

There are many other places to visit that are family friendly, such as the City Museum, which offers many things to explore including wondrous caves, outdoor climbing structures and a giant slide. The St. Louis Zoo offers many wonderful exhibits and does not cost to visit. The Science Museum also offers free admission and has three floors of fun and exciting exhibits, including dinosaurs that really move. Another fun place for families to visit is the Magic House, which is newly renovated and offers a place for families to explore and play all day.

St. Louis is also home to several professional sports teams, including the MLB World Champions, St. Louis Cardinals and the St. Louis Rams of the NFL. The St. Louis Blues are the hockey team of the city.  If you want to see all the stadiums, make sure you take advantage of car hire in St Louis.

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