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On the border of Kansas and Missouri, the thriving metropolis of Kansas City is one of the state’s largest as well as most affordable to live in, with easy shuttle transfer rides to Kansas airport you will be able to travel with ease and for less. From the uptown boutiques in the River Market area to the sweeping views from Penn Valley Park, there’s a lot to do in just a few square miles. Located about ten minutes from Charles Wheeler Downtown Airport, you’ll be able to hop state lines and enjoy the transition of downtown’s Missouri River slowly transforming into the westward stream of the Kansas Rivser.
Stay in the inner circle by booking a room within the bounds of interstates 35 and 670. For those traveling on business, stay close to the Kansas City Convention Center by booking at Courtyard by Marriott Kansas City Downtown, home to posh rooms and 5-minutes walking distance to the event hall, or the Hilton President Kansas City, which offers just-as-close convenience as well as a historic 1920s vibe. Escape into the heart of the city by spending the night somewhere extra special, treating yourself to a suite at Ambassador Hotel Kansas City, a Grand Boulevard gem with a 1920s architecture and across-the-street access to Ilus W. Davis Park.
From the stoic buildings that arose with the industrial revolution to the age-old trees that grow with the city, it’s easy to find something that makes you tick. Start by walking through Kansas City’s Union Station, enjoying the grandiose space that makes arriving to the city as fun as exploring it. Head to Community Bookshelf afterward to get the perfect photo op, enjoying other landmarks like the Arabia Steamboat Museum, which houses a diverse collection of old-school artifacts on the Missouri River. Experience even more of yesterday by checking out the World War I Museum & Memorial, sifting through the country’s largest collection of a lost era.