Welcome to Houston, affectionately known as "Space City," a nod to its status as the home of NASA's Johnson Space Center. This cosmopolitan city lies in the southeastern part of the United States, in the heart of Texas. Stretching approximately 177km from east to west and 145km from north to south, it is a vast metropolis, with the central city bordered by the Sam Houston Tollway.
Flanked by the Buffalo Bayou and home to the Port of Houston, the city, unfortunately, doesn't have a mountainous backdrop or seaside charm, but it has an abundance of natural beauty, including many parks and bayous. Houston's climate is classified as humid subtropical, with hot, humid summers and mild winters.
As the most populous city in Texas and the fourth largest in the United States, it boasts a population of more than 2 million in the city and over 7 million in the metropolitan area. Spring and fall are considered the best times to visit, thanks to the mild and comfortable weather.
Tourists are drawn to Houston's diverse range of attractions, including the Space Center Houston, Museum District, Houston Zoo, and The Houston Museum of Natural Science, to name a few. The local social dance scene is vibrant and diverse, with merengue, salsa, cumbia, bachata, kizomba, and other Latin dance styles being quite popular. Whether you're an experienced dancer or a novice, Houston's dance community is inviting and inclusive, offering an array of options to shake a leg and have a good time.
Dance City Overview
The dance scene is influenced by the large Latino community that gathers to enjoy music and dance on regular basis and that are a very impor
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Events take place on almost every day of the week and there are also major festivals. To start your journey in the city, why don't you have a look at Palladium social.