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Visitors flying into town will arrive at one of Lambert - St. Louis International Airport’s two terminals. About a dozen major U.S. airlines have service here, as do numerous standard rental car companies. For those renting a car, the airport is located off of Interstate 70, about 20 miles west of downtown, and within a few miles of the I-170 and I-270 interchanges. Those not renting a car have the option of taking the MetroLink, the city’s light rail system, which has stations at the airport’s terminals. Another option is to leave the airport by bus via the MetroBus Lambert Busport station. Finally, numerous taxis are readily available at the terminals.
As an alternative to flying, Amtrak has two train stations in the St. Louis metro area, one located downtown on 16th St., and one in Kirkwood, near the I-44/I-270 interchange, about 20 miles west of downtown.
St. Louis is within a day’s drive from Chicago, Indianapolis, Louisville, Nashville, Memphis, and Kansas City, so visitors within that radius may find driving in to be a convenient option.