Concerts and casinos, museums and mountain biking, big bucket hats and smoky barbecue…Tulsa has a little something for just about everybody. Rising out of the Great Plains of Eastern Oklahoma, this sprawling metropolis may not be on everybody’s immediate vacation radar, but you’re not everybody. You’re always ready for a new adventure, and this place has caught your eye. Maybe it’s because of the reasons listed above, or maybe it’s because you saw Travelocity’s excellent offers on flights to Tulsa. Either way, we’ll see you there.
Once Tulsa flights touch down at Tulsa International Airport (TUL), 5 miles from the central business district, you’ve got plenty of options for transportation. Whether you’re staying downtown or at one of the hotels near Tulsa Intl., we’ve got you covered. There’s several taxi companies and bus services lining the curb outside of baggage claim that you can utilize, but remember that most of the hotels provide courtesy shuttles for your convenience.
If you want to drive yourself around the “Oil Capital of the World,” stop off at one of the rental car kiosks and pick up anything from a sports car to a minivan. Get behind the wheel, make your way to The Philbrook Museum of Art, and enlighten yourself while studying modern contemporary paintings, Native American pottery, and intricate sculptures. Don’t end your self-guided city tour here, though; head over to River Parks and spend explore all the shopping and dining options.
Travelocity has a wide selection of deals on cheap flights to Tulsa, so you’ll be able to use your savings on activities like barbecue festivals and football games at nearby Oklahoma State University. But that’s not the only way to save money on your trip. Check out our incredible offers on Tulsa vacation packages and bundle a flight with your hotel room in one fell swoop. Northeast Oklahoma is beckoning: answer the call.