The Five Must See Cities In Texas

March 14, 2016

Texas is one of the largest states in America. With many places to see and plenty of things to do. It is hard to work out where to start! Depending on whether you want a family vacation, a weekend break as a couple, or you just want to explore something new, one of these cities is bound to appeal to you:

Austin, Texas

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Austin

Austin is the capital city of Texas. It is known as the live music capital of the world, which is an impressive accolade. It is a real outdoorsy place with lakes and hill terrain appealing to hikers, cyclists, and swimmers. If sports are not your thing, you will still have plenty to do. Austin has an array of museums and art galleries to inspire your mind. When you are done with all the browsing, why not relax with your favorite beverage and take in the vibe of this fabulous city. Austin could be the perfect destination for a family adventure or a couple looking for a touch of luxury in a very metropolitan location.

Houston

“Houston we have a problem”, Apollo 13.

Yes, that is right — Houston is home to NASA, where you can have the opportunity to attend the visitor center at the astronauts training camp. What an experience! If space exploration does not impress you, this city is still an exciting place to consider. You could ignite your passion for the arts and watch a show in the theater district. This place is perfect for families and couples alike. There really will be something for everyone.

San Antonio, Texas

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San Antonio

San Antonio is a major city in the south of Texas that is filled to the brim with wonderful museums showcasing fabulous architecture and exhibitions. Why not take a walk down the infamous miles-long river? This pedestrian promenade is lined with many shops, cafes, and restaurants to occupy you for hours. It is an easily accessible city, but you could also consider renting or chartering a bus from: http://gogocharters.com/san-antonio-charter-bus. This means you can truly relax in this vibrant city knowing your transportation has been taken care of. A great choice for a family who is looking for a good mix of culture and family fun.

Dallas

Dallas is a bustling and modern city with art and culture at the heart of it with many museums and art collections to discover. There is a huge collection of Asian art that spans hundreds of years. Getting around the city is easy. You could also visit Dealey Plaza, which is the location in which John F Kennedy was assassinated. Dallas would accommodate a family or a couple looking for a good mixture of educational activities and fun.

Texas City

The city that is “on the bay,” there is so much more to this place than just being a manufacturing station. You could visit the Texas City Museum, which has been recommended as one of the best things to do. Or you could check out the Noble Park or Baby Street Park. Both boasting local attractions that are worth seeing. Out of all of the cities in Texas, this one will be the most laid back vacation choice. Perfect for a couple wanting to escape the usual hustle and bustle of life.

4 thoughts on “The Five Must See Cities In Texas

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  2. Winston

    And if you love adventure, Texas offers some adventures places like Cliff Jump into Jacob’s Well, Canoe at Caddo Lake and Hike to Gorman Falls.

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  3. Andrea Robinson

    Texas is a huge state, all right, and what it has to offer is huge, too! If I ever go back to Texas, I swear I’m going to see all the sights I missed when I lived there for a year. Silly me – I thought I would live there forever but got transferred back to California before I even had a chance to see NASA!

    Texans know how to live life to the fullest. They’re some of the most easygoing, fun-loving people you’d ever hope to meet. And there is a lot of thriving business in Texas as well as cutting-edge medical technologies too.

    There are fascinating things to do and see all over Texas, and I highly recommend it as a fun place to visit. 🙂

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  4. Francie

    I would LOVE to go to Texas with a big group of friends and party big while seeing everything there is to do there. That means renting a driver, though – we want to keep ourselves in check – at least somewhat!

    Yee haw!

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