They say everything is bigger in Texas, and Houston is part of the reason why. It’s a huge place that is equal parts cosmopolitan and good-old-boy. In Houston, American cowboy heritage mixes with vibrant Chinese, Vietnamese, and Mexican communities, a terrific restaurant and BBQ culture, the rodeo, and some of the craziest cars you’ve ever seen. The sprawling cityscape is divided into neighborhoods that offer something for everyone.
Downtown Houston is home to corporate headquarters in the part of town known as the Skyline District. Popular cultural attractions can be found in the Theatre District. These include the Houston Symphony Orchestra, the Houston Ballet, the Alley Theatre, and the Bayou Place Entertainment Complex. Downtown is also home to some of the city’s most popular professional sports teams and arenas, including the Houston Astro’s Minute Maid Park and the Houston Rocket’s Toyota Center. Annual celebrations like the iFest and the Bayou City Arts Festival makes Downtown a destination throughout the year.
Houston’s North Loop is full of victorian architecture and charming neighborhoods such as the Greater Heights. The South Loop is home to Rice University and the happening Rice Village, as well as Houston’s Museum District, where major attractions include the Contemporary Arts Museum, the Museum of Natural Science, and Bayou Bend. The West Loop is famous for being a shopaholic’s dream district, thanks to Uptown’s epic Galleria Mall. Houston’s West Loop has some of its most desirable neighborhoods, including River Oaks and Upper Kirby.
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