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Experience Your Best Texas Vacation
Throw your preconceived notions of the Wild West to the wind. Texas travel offers one unique experience after another. Whether you are looking to soak in the sun on a beautiful beach on the Gulf of Mexico, watch NASA in action in Houston, or check out a live music festival in Austin, take the bull by the longhorns and book your Texas travel today.
Best Time to Go
The best time of the year for your travel plans to Texas vacations is early Fall between September and November. You will avoid the summer crowds as well as the summer heat. Costs will also be cheaper because it is off-peak season. Also, in October there are Fall Festivals as well as German Fests throughout Texas. With the harvest beginning this is the true way to experience Texas as a Texan.
Tractor Pull in Whitewright, Texas is for all the vehicle buffs. With its loud truck, tractors, modified tractors and diesel smoke don’t forget to grab the ear-muffs.
Depot Days in Gainesville, Texas is held in August and is also a one-day festival to celebrate the train depot that is still in operation since the town was established.
Peanut Festival in Whitesboro, Texas is always in mid-October when the peanut harvest begins.
Cedar Mills Marina
Cedar Mills Marina on Lake Texoma near Gordonville, Texas is a tranquil destination for relaxation where you can fish, camp, and rent a cabin on the lake
Muenster, Texas was settled by German immigrants and has traditional German cuisine, beer and the famous Oktoberfest.
Texas Vacation Packages
Crowne Plaza Suites Houston Sugar Land isn't technically a new hotel, but it feels like one. Fresh from a $7 million dollar renovation, the hotel offers guests a great value for premium oversized luxury suite accommodations. Crowne Plaza Suites Houston Sugar Land is... More
The Extras Aren't Extra at Drury Hotels. Your great rate includes FREE hot food and cold beverages at our 5:30 Kickback. FREE hot breakfast, FREE wireless Internet access and FREE long distance. Our 5:30 Kickback includes a rotating menu of hot and cold items, baked... More
Located in the heart of downtown Austin, 1 block from the Austin Convention Center, 2 blocks from the 6th Street Entertainment District, a multitude of restaurants and only 1 mile from the University of Texas. The lobby area includes a full bar, Starucks and a 24/7 Grab... More
Dallas's Warwick Melrose Hotel has been synonymous with luxury for almost 90 years. Built in 1924, the Warwick Melrose is a historic Dallas landmark that offers 184 luxury guest rooms including 21 suites and a Presidential Suite, many with a dramatic view of the city. The... More
Travel doesn’t have to be boring, and the Aloft Las Colinas, in north Dallas, presents a fresh and contemporary hotel experience. Comfortable, sleek, loft-style rooms and a lively social scene make this hotel a forward-thinking alternative. Located in the corporate... More
Simply Elegant. Comfortably Accessible. Totally Extraordinary. Rethink everything you know about the typical hotel experience. Derek is distinctive. From the moment you arrive at the Hotel Derek in Houston, Texas, you realize the experience will be anything BUT... More
This sunny-yellow, six-story La Quinta Inn & Suites San Antonio Downtown hotel holds 151 suites, all within minutes of Market Square and the Alamo, and across the street from the River Walk. A short walk takes guests to many of downtown San Antonio's major... More
In the 1886, Jesse Lincoln Driskill, a wealthy cattle baron, businessman and civic leader, built a hotel to rival New York and Chicago. The Driskill remains a landmark of Texas hospitality, impressing visitors with a blend of old and new, antiques and state-of-the-art... More
Known for its starring role in hit television series Dallas, the Hyatt Regency Dallas at Reunion, standing an impressive 345 feet tall, is a striking sight against the city skyline. The hotel's glass facade and Reunion Tower create one of Texas' most iconic architectural... More
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Well outside the realm of cowboy hats, big belt buckles, and even bigger hair lays Austin, the perfect place for laid-back Texas travel. Renown for having one of the best live music scenes in Texas, a trip to Austin would not be complete without catching a live show on 6th Street, or heading to the park for an outdoor concert. Austin is often compared to Berkeley, Seattle and other low-key, eco-friendly hot spots as it boasts a wealth of hike-and-bike trails, parks, preserves, and green activism. Don't let the eco-friendly vibe fool you. If you think Austin is full of tree-hugging vegetarians, think again. Austinites love their meat, so make sure your Texas travel includes a stop at a local BBQ joint.
The Salt Lick Bar-B-Que
For a taste of Texas, drive out to The Salt Lick restaurant in Driftwood, which claims to use family recipes dating back to the mid-1800s. Meats are cooked in an open barbecue pit and signature dishes include beef brisket, sausage and pork ribs. The restaurant is BYOB, so plan accordingly in your Austin travel.
Live large, think big is Dallas' slogan, and travel to this city is no different. Known for outstanding BBQ, Tex-Mex and authentic Mexican food, one could spend an entire vacation indulging in one culinary adventure after another. Once the belt buckle has been taken up a notch, explore Dallas' Art District, nearby Grapevine, or sophisticated Oak Lawn, to get the full Texas travel experience.
Travel to Houston and experience Texas' largest city. A 45-minute drive from the Gulf of Mexico with a skyline that rivals the likes of many large cities, Houston has it all. Watch the Houston Rockets make the playoffs, or cheer on the Astros as one of the many Houston sports arenas. Houston is also home to NASA's Johnson Space Center, where the Mission Control Center is located.
Texas would not exist without San Antonio. Home to the Battle of the Alamo, and several other conflicts that eventually lead to the independence of Texas, San Antonio has a rich history. Modern San Antonio is a bustling city, featuring the River Walk, an area along the beautiful San Antonio River lined with bars, hotels, restaurants and more. For more adrenaline-filled exploits, visit SeaWorld water park or Six Flags amusement park. For the best of historic adventures and modern fun, San Antonio is the perfect place for Texas travel.
South Padre Island
Head to South Padre Island for great beach getaways. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, it's has become a hot spot for spring break travel. If you've left your college days in the past, South Padre Island is also home to great fishing, fabulous vacation properties, and enough seafood restaurants to shake a crab leg at. Check out Texas travel at its best on South Padre Island.
Lake Texoma in Northern Texas about 80 miles from the Dallas Fort Worth Metropolis is a wonderful fishing and bird watching paradise.
Port Isabel Lighthouse
Port Isabel Lighthouse in South Padre Island has a history all its own beginning in 1853.
The Cattle Drive at the Stockyards in Fort Worth is conducted every day and is a unique experience to witness.
Big Bend National Park
Big Bend National Park in the Southwestern corner of Texas is home to hiking, canyons and guided tours down the Rio Grande.
Texas State Aquarium
The Texas State Aquarium in Corpus Christi is a great attraction to visit when planning your Texas vacations.
Tall Ship Elissa
The Tall Ship Elissa in Galveston is a 120-year old ship that is still sailable and once you climb aboard you will be taken back in history.
Guadalupe Mountains National Park
The Guadalupe Mountains National Park near El Paso is a beautiful wilderness destination to retreat to.
NASA-Johnson Space Center
The NASA-Johnson Space Center in Houston is a travel destination for big family fun.
Sixth Street in Austin is a great destination on your vacation to enjoy music and wonderful street food.
Sixth Floor Museum
The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza is a historical destination in the heart of Dallas, which recounts the assassination of John F. Kennedy.
For big fun, big memories and a big savings book a Texas vacation today. From the Gulf Coast to the historical cattle district in Fort Worth; Texas has sites and attractions for people of all ages. Rodeos, tractor pulls, mud bogging and even a steak eating competition can all be found when you travel to the great state of Texas. Have a 60-ounce sirloin steak in Amarillo or visit the Alamo in San Antonio plus experience rural living with each stop between each major city. Texas is where the heart and hospitality of the people is larger than the state itself.
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