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|Destination Airport||George Bush Intercontinental|
|Destination Airport IATA Code||IAH|
|Destination City Name||Houston|
A little bit country and a little bit culturally-polished, the Houston Metropolitan Area in Texas provides both boot-kicking fun and serious business. The city is home to NASA’s space program and top oil industry giants, but Houston is also full of history. The American West and Texas’ battle for independence from Mexico have a voice at the San Jacinto Museum of History, while guided historical architecture and haunted Houston tours are additional places to get a sense of the past.
While you’re in town, enjoy a culinary treat where barbeque isn’t just a food, it’s a lifestyle. Have some Tex-Mex, too, before dancing the night away in a honkytonk with cowboy-booted Houstonians. Catch a show from world-renowned theatres or watch a caballero rope cattle at a rodeo show. There’s so much to do in this city, so book cheap flights to Houston on Expedia.com.au today.
Fall and spring in Houston have pleasant, mild weather. Temperatures hover around 15 and 21 degrees Celsius. Between March and May you can experience the Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, the largest in the world. Bring clothing to stay dry if you book a ticket between October and November, as it’s known to rain during these months.Shoulder Season:
Winters in Houston see temperatures between 11 and 14 degrees Celsius. It’s cooler than peak season, but you won’t have to worry about snow fall. You’ll also find budget-friendly flights to Houston between December and February.Off Season:
Houston summers, between May and August, experience temperatures up to 36 degrees Celsius, along with humidity and rain showers. If you’re visiting during the off season, enjoy the Freedom Over Texas Festival or the Houston Beer Festival.
Distance: 33 km north of downtown Houston
One of the busiest hubs in the United States, IAH has five terminals, a Skyway Tram, Subway, and bus system that connect them all. Once your flight lands, you can also easily access taxis, ride shares, and private cars outside each terminal to your final destination. Meanwhile, if you plan to visit NASA or the beaches at Galveston, reserving your own Texas-size pickup truck on Expedia.com.au is always an option.
If it’s the Houston Zoo or Bayou Bend Collection and Gardens you’re after, catch the METRO bus on the south side of Terminal C toward downtown. Once you arrive in the heart of the city, you can easily take any number of other routes or the light rail to get around from there.
Looking for more Houston info? Check out the official website for Houston travel to help you have a boot-scootin’ good time. For more information about what kind of temperatures to expect, visit the National Weather Service website.