Dallas is a city that blends cosmopolitan flair with Old West charm. Visit Fort Worth, shop and dine in the West End, or take a visit to the infamous book depository now a museum) from which Lee Harvey Oswald is reputed to have fired the shot that killed JFK.
Nestled in the beautiful Hill Country of Texas; right in the heart of Wine Country, Fredericksburg has a vibrant art and live music scene that will dazzle and perhaps inspire you to try the Texan Two Step.
Walk the famous River Walk and visit missions of the San Antonio Missions National Historical Park, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Of course, no visit to San Antonio would be complete without seeing the Alamo, the scene of the brave last stand by Jim Bowie, Will Travis and a handful of Texans
which created the state of Texas.
It’s island time! Galveston has more than 30 miles of beaches and a wealth of cultural attractions. Spend the day by the beach, visit the Lone Star Flight Museum, investigate historic mansions, delve into the Texas Seaport Museum and delight in delicious fresh seafood.
Houston is filled with world–class dining, shopping and nightlife.Take a stroll through historic heights, explore the Museum district or head down to Space Centre Houston.
Austin is well known for its legendary music scene. It can boast more music venues per capita than any other city
in the U.S. It is also a great city for food with barbecues,Tex–Mex and highly rated award–winning restaurants.
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