Cheap one-way & return flights to St. Louis (USA) from London
Flights from St. Louis (usa) to London
What major airlines fly to St. Louis?
- Delta Air Lines
- American Airlines
- British Airways
- Virgin Atlantic
- United Airlines
How much time does it take to get to St. Louis from the UK?
- Delta Air Lines provides the cheapest tickets from London Heathrow to St. Louis with just a single stopover. The total duration of the journey is only 13 hours long, and the layover is either in Detroit or New York.
- The Manchester to St. Louis journey is about 14 hours long. The cheapest one comes with two stopovers, but for a price, a flight with just one stop is also available. The most affordable Virgin Atlantic flight has two stopovers, one in Amsterdam and the other in either Detroit or Minneapolis.
- Flights leaving for St. Louis from Birmingham are 15 hours long with two layovers. These stops are in Amsterdam, and the other can be in the United States.
- The trip from Edinburgh to St. Louis also comes with two stopovers and the duration of the flight is 16 hours. One of the stops is in Europe and the other in the US.
Are there any direct flights to St. Louis from United Kingdom?
No, for now, there are no direct flights to St. Louis. British passengers often prefer booking Delta or Virgin Atlantic flights to this city in Missouri, which at times come with one or two stops. Most of these flights have a duration of 13 hours.
Cheap Flights to St. Louis with Delta Air Lines
Delta provides many routes from the UK to St. Louis. For simplicity, let us inform you about the one connecting London Heathrow and St. Louis. Flight number DL 31 leaves for Atlanta, for the first half of your travels. This service takes off at 12:45 PM every day from London and lands at Hartsfield-Jackson International at 5:30 PM. Delta 1619 takes passengers from Atlanta to their ultimate destination, i.e. St. Louis. Please note that is one of the permutations of Delta flights to St. Louis. Call our agents for further details.
What is the cheapest time of year to fly to St. Louis?
Except for a minor spike in June, as the year progresses, less and less number of tourists choose to come to St. Louis. The month of November, just a few weeks before Christmas time, is thus the slowest for tourism in St. Louis and by far the cheapest time to visit the city. November is a bit chillier but still dry as compared to the summer. The average temperature is about 15°C, with highs in the early twenties. Pack up and book a trip to St. Louis in November for the cheapest St. Louis trip of them all.
Is there an international airport in St. Louis?
The city of St. Louis, Missouri is served by Lambert International Airport (STL), which is only 26 kilometres from Downtown West. The airport serves as 15.5 million passengers a year and thousands of tons of cargo pass through this major American airport each year. The Metrobus and the MetroLink connect St. Louis Lambert Airport with the rest of the city.
What is the best time to visit St. Louis?
February to June is the best time to plan a trip to St. Louis. St. Louis is a city of a hundred parks and gardens. In springtime, the city’s gardens blossom with all sorts of flowers. From February up to May, there is little to no rain falling over the city as well. There are brief showers but only once a week, that drizzle down the dust in the air, making the environment fresh. During these times the mean temperature remains inside the 15°C to 25°C range. The spring brings a lot more tourists to the city so be sure to book your trip with our agents months in advance and call us on 020 3745 5784 for cheaper itineraries.
Are there any major landmarks in St. Louis?
The United States bought the territory of Louisiana, including St. Louis from France for fifteen million dollars, in the famous Louisiana Purchase 1805. Since then, St. Louis has become a gateway to western America. The French, German and American cultures have influenced the city’s landmarks.
- The Gateway Arch is perhaps the most easily recognizable monument in St. Louis. The Gateway Arch is a 192 meters high stainless steel arch that can be seen from everywhere in the city. The arch was built on the same location where the St. Louis was found in the 1800s. The observation deck at the apex of the curve is open to the public and tourists elevated through the arch by tram capsules that can carry 12 people at a time.
- Missouri Botanical Gardens is an oasis in the middle of St. Louis. Apart from being a manicured garden, the Botanical Garden participates in scientific research as it holds 6.6 million plants specimens in it herbarium and greenhouses. The Missouri Gardens also has the most visited Butterfly House which contains eighty species of different exotic butterflies. Watch these shimmering blue-black butterflies flutter through the air and delicately land on the feeding dishes placed all over the conservatory.
- Many people call Forest Park as the “Heart of St. Louis”. St. Louis Zoo, the Saint Louis Art Museum and the Missouri History Museum all area enclosed in its bounds. There meadows, lakes and streams are flowing through the property as well. About 12 million visitors take a trip to Forest Park each year. The Saint Louis Zoo is free for all and houses 18,000 animals, which is certainly something the kids would love. The science centre amazes even the adults and educates the visitor about nine thousand stars.
What festivals do people celebrate in St. Louis?
Most of the festivities begin in the spring, especially in April when the St. Louis Fitness Marathon invites more than 25,000 runners to race through the streets of the city. Wait for just a couple of days and attend the Missouri Botanical Garden: Chinese Culture Celebration. See a seventy-foot dragon at the festival, which is surrounded by Chinese acrobats and authentic Chinese cuisine for your delight. In May, the St. Louis African Arts Festival gathers much attention and showcases African films, clothing and eye-catching African jewellery. In August, the World’s Fair Heritage Festival is a mash-up of all sorts of activities and food stalls. The Forest Park is bustling with diversity – there are performers, musicians and food trucks everywhere.
How do tourists travel around St. Louis?
The MetroLink is a light rail that connects the Illinois side to downtown St. Louis and beyond. The MetroLink connects St. Louis’s airport with the rest of the area. If you are taking the MetroLink from the airport, it will cost you $ 4, but from elsewhere you only need to pay $3 for a two-hour transfer pass and go about the city.
Metro St. Louis zooms around the city. These buses only demand $ 2 for a ride around town, but they stop less frequently at bus stops. These days, the tourists would not find many taxis roaming around the city in search of a ride. Call a taxi driver or use ridesharing applications like Uber.
Which five-star hotels and accommodation are available for stay in St. Louis?
Right along the Mississippi River, there are a few five-star hotels in St. Louis. They can provide the best services and are staffed with competent chauffeurs and brilliant chefs. Please select the hotels from the list below.
- Four Seasons Hotel St. Louis
- Angad Arts Hotel
- Hampton Inn & Suites St. Louis/South I-55
- The Last Hotel
- The Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis
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