Texas Favorites Day Trips Folks all across this great state have a favorite place or two that thay just have to visit over and over again. If you just can't decide where your trip should take you this section will give you all sorts of options. Texas favorites is filled with popular Texas destinations!
San Antonio, one of the most visited cities in the world, has a whole lot more than history to offer. Some of the things you will want to do when visiting San Antonio include taking in a show at Sea World, take a water taxi along the Riverwalk, shop the authentic Mexican market at Market Square and of course your going to have to ride all the rides at Fiesta Texas.
Known for professional football, the assassination of an American president and JR, the city of Dallas is part of the American story to be sure. Today's Dallas is a little different than days past. For example many of the great destinations once associated with Dallas have moved to nearby cities. Many of which are travel destinations themselves. Make sure to enjoy Dallas and the surrounding cities.
Houston, No Problem! Space City is home to the Johnson Space Center where imagination comes alive. Visiting the space center you'll find yourself surrounded by history that is out of this World. From Moon rocks to space capsules they have it all. Mission Control is just one of the must see destination in the Houston area. The San Jacinto Battlefield and Monument mark the spot where Texas was born.
Considered one of the most beautiful areas of Texas, The Texas Hill Country Regions comes alive with rolling hills wildflowers, lakes and streams. The Hill Country is home to Wild game, dude ranches, honkytonks and everything cowboy. Located in the center of the state, the Texas Hill Country is just down the road no matter where you are. This is a must see region of Texas.
Corpus Christi began as a frontier trading post, founded in 1838-39 by Colonel Henry Lawrence Kinney, an adventurer, impresario and colonizer. The small settlement was called Kinney's Trading Post, or Kinney's Ranch. It remained an obscure settlement until July 1845, when U.S. troops under General Zachary Taylor set up camp here in preparation for war with Mexico.
Galveston Island The top historic resort destination surrounded by 32 miles of beaches offering superb restaurants, the finest in accommodations, great downtown shopping, numerous antique stores, incredible art galleries, fabulous entertainment venues, FOUR major cruise line departures each week.
Fort Worth, Texas, known as the city Where the West Begins , Texas embraces its cowboy heritage while moving forward with a revitalized downtown and major cultural attractions. Today, Fort Worth offers so many things to see and do ?
Austin, Texas The city of Austin is the capitol of Texas. Austin known as the live music capitol host many events each year. With entertainment, recreation and hundreds of historic sites, the Austin area is great place to visit for travelers of all ages. Pecan Street better known as Sixth Street is famous the world over. When the sun is out shops, historic sites and restaurants are frequented by tourist.
El Paso is located in far west Texas, where Texas, New Mexico and Old Mexico come together. El Paso blends the cultures and traditions of the historic Old West to the colors of Mexico, from the heritage of Native Americans to the beauty of our desert sun.