Visit the culinary capital of the South and be ready to please your palate with an enormous range of flavors. From breakfast to dessert, Houston has a diverse restaurant scene waiting to wow you with local specialties. Make sure your itinerary includes time to savor both relaxed dinners and quick snacks as you make your way through the city exploring all it has to offer.
With a large and growing international community, Houston has a variety of cultural sights and sounds to show you. Cultural fests offer music, food, and live performances, and local neighborhoods like Chinatown and Mahatma Gandhi District offer both traditional cultural experiences as well as contemporary fusions created by immigrant artists, performers, chefs, and more.
Walk or bike through Lake Houston Park, Tranquility Park, or Buffalo Bayou Park. Houston doesn't lack beautiful outdoor spaces where you can enjoy some nature. And don't forget to explore museums like the Houston Museum of Natural Science or Space Center Houston, the official visitor's center of NASA's Lyndon B. Johnson Space Center. You can explore the vast reaches of space and stay down-to-earth in Houston.
Plan to attend a live show in Houston's Theater District, where you can catch concerts, dance shows, and more amazing performances. If you don't have time in your plans for a show, you can still stroll through this beautiful part of town. Despites its size, Houston is considered one of the most walkable cities in the U.S. You're sure to get your steps in when you visit vibrant Houston, whether you're touring parks, neighborhoods, museums, or historical sites.