The city that is known for many greatest titles like the greatest derby horse race, baseball bat and period involving the presence of Muhammad Ali would be Louisville. It is a destination that every sports lover would love to visit and spend some time in. However, the competitive spirit present in this city is not the only thing that can be seen here. Louisville is the perfect place to spend some time sipping a fine bourbon or mint julep. The best place where one can simply wear a brim hat and just enjoy some bluegrass tunes. Description Louisville is considered as the largest city in Kentucky, United States. It is the same name used by the city’s official bat of MLB, the Louisville Slugger. The city existed due to the convergence of Midwestern and Southern cultures and attitudes. It is referred to as the Gateway to the South and is boasting its vibrant music and arts scene. And, its municipal parks system is all in world class level. Combine its one of a kind features and destinations and its friendly people and you get yourself a nice place to explore.
Architectural Sights – The old city is considered to be a treasure trove of architectural structures. On the south part of the downtown area is where the country’s largest National Preservation District can be found. Add in the sights of Belgravia Court and St. James court and nice memories are included in your box of memories. Art Galleries – Art aficionados can find many nice art galleries to appreciate here. The good thing about these is that one can enjoy art gallery hopping for free. The offer includes visiting even some glass studios. Shopping Areas – Louisville is featuring several shopping malls and all of which are impressive and provides whatever you need. The shopping areas are spread around the city, including the Highlands, Nulu and Clifton/Frankfort Avenue. There are other more shopping areas and malls tourists can visit while in the city like Mall St. Matthews and Oxmoor Center. Eating – Tourists who love food have lots of dishes to enjoy in these dining areas. Visiting the place will never be complete if you do not try out the specialties in the city like the hot brown and derby pie. Bars – These entertainment areas are spread around the city. But, you have to prepare an amount to be able to drink in these places and dress well since the swankier has a dress code.
Louisville International Airport is served by the entire major American Airlines. It has a terminal that holds 2 concourses: Concourse A and B. Concourse A is where all Skyteam carriers are held while US Airways, Southwest Airlines and United Airlines are in Concourse B.
The best months to visit Louisville are in May, July and October. Summer time in the city is humid and in high temperatures. But it is also the time when the place is more alive because of the many small cultural events being held. May is the best time to go to the place for all horse lovers since it is when the Kentucky Derby takes place. July is the month when the Forecastle Festival along with environmental and music awareness is celebrated.