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Houston Texas A World-Class City With a Booming Arts Sports And Culinary Scene

Mar 17

Houston Texas is a world-class metropolis that combines thriving business with a booming arts, sports, and culinary scene. With more than 2.2 million residents, Houston is an international hub that attracts visitors and transplants with its unique mix of culture, pro sports, and award-winning dining.

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Founded in 1836, Houston is the fourth-largest city in the United States and serves as the state's capital. The city is linked to the Gulf of Mexico and Galveston by the Houston Ship Channel, and is surrounded by bayous and the Texas Coastal Bend.

Historic Sites and Attractions

A trip to Houston should include a stop at the San Jacinto Monument and Museum of History, where you can see art and exhibits that commemorate the Battle of San Jacinto, which led to Texas' independence in 1836. You can also visit the Texas Medical Center, one of the country's leading concentrations of health care and research institutions.

Food & Drink

A variety of cuisines are on offer in Houston, including Vietnamese, Cajun, and Chinese. A new generation of chefs is bringing their signature dishes to this vibrant metropolis, and locals and visitors alike are enjoying them at the region's hottest restaurants.

Kolache -- Made from yeast dough and filled with sweet fillings such as jams, cream cheese, or poppy seeds, kolaches are an essential part of breakfast in Texas. They are often topped with a poppy seed butter and can be eaten on their own or with a side of eggs, bacon, or sausage.

Viet-Cajun Crawfish — A fusion of Vietnamese and Cajun cuisines, crawfish are served fried or boiled with a spicy sauce. You'll find a wide selection of this delicacy at some of the city's best restaurants, including Dinette and Amrina in The Heights.

The Port of Houston — The Port of Houston is the world's largest port by containerized tonnage and ranks second in total cargo handled by waterborne vessels. It is also a major shipping gateway for oil and gas production.


The downtown area is a buzzing cultural and commercial hub, with a wide range of restaurants, entertainment, museums, and more. In addition to the Bayou Place Entertainment Complex, you'll find numerous galleries and a theater district with live music, billiards, and art house movies.

Other attractions include the Houston Museum of Natural Science, located in a former warehouse on the west bank of Buffalo Bayou. The museum features an extensive collection of Native American art and a dinosaur hall.

Besides museums, Houston has several art districts and parks, each with a distinct feel and atmosphere. The Museum District in downtown features many historical buildings and art exhibits.

There are plenty of green parks, too. Hermann Park is a popular spot for strolling, picnicking, and watching events in the park.

The Texas Medical Center — The Texas Medical Center is the largest concentration of healthcare and research institutions in the United States, as well as one of the most highly ranked hospitals in the nation.