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Lone Star State of Mind

The question isn’t whether you should visit Texas The question is … where should you go first? Immerse yourself in the modern American West or a metropolitan Mecca. Sink your teeth into the best BBQ on the planet or enjoy the finest urban dining. It’s all perfectly Texas.

Discover Texas

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Austin proudly calls itself the “Live Music Capital of the World.” Visit Antone’s, the Broken Spoke or the Continental Club, and you’ll see it’s got the chops to back up the claim. Tour the State Capitol or the Blanton Museum of Art. Then head outside town and cool off with a dip in the 3-acre Barton Springs Pool.

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Locals call it Big D. From your first glance at the stunning skyline, you’ll see why. Still, Dallas is best explored at ground level. Stroll through Klyde Warren Park or the funky Bishop Arts District. When it’s time to eat, the options are endless – from Texas BBQ and grass-fed steaks to the freshest salads and incredible pecan pies.

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Fort Worth

Watch real-life cattle drives every day or two-step into the world’s largest honky tonk at Billy Bob’s. In Fort Worth, you can discover the modern west as you treat yourself to an array of extraordinary modern luxuries. From the Cultural District to Sundance Square, expect your visit to be filled with experiences to savor and smile-inducing surprises at every turn.



You’ll have no problems finding good times in Houston. Texas’ largest city is dotted with thought-provoking museums and overflowing with diverse dining experiences. And whether you relax at the spa or the golf course, you’re covered here. Try a little retail therapy at the Galleria, and be sure to visit Space Center Houston.

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San Antonio

You can’t do San Antonio without a stroll on the River Walk. Enjoy the authentic Mexican cuisine or soak up Texas history at The Alamo or San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Or take a drive and discover the Texas Hill Country, which is home to more than 100 wineries and vineyards to explore.


El Paso

El Paso is a destination for travelers craving an authentic blend of the cultures, cuisines and experiences that make West Texas a truly special place. What sets El Paso apart is the soulful blend of Mexican, Native American and Western traditions, which can be seen and felt in everything from the architecture to the art to the music.