Looking for something fun to do in Texas?
Want to visit some of the towns of Texas?
This visitors' guide is provided to help you find the towns in Texas that tourists love to visit the most. You will find that exploring the small towns of Texas can be a lot of fun.
Fredericksburg is the most popular small town in Texas and is ranked the eleventh most visited small town in the United States. People visit Fredericksburg to shop in the 100 plus shops, to see the unusual architecture, to experience the history of the area, and to stay in their bed and breakfast inns.
Salado is also very popular for tourist shopping and the history of the area. Visitors love the abundance of bed and breakfast inns in Salado.
Kingsland, Marble Falls, Burnet, Horseshoe Bay and Llano are popular for the lake activity on the Highland Lakes in their area and the scenery of the Texas Hill Country. There is an abundance of resorts, cabins for rent and lake rental houses in their area.
New Braunfels, Gruene and San Marcos have beautiful scenery and the Guadalupe River to enjoy. You will also find cabins for rent and bed and breakfast inns in their area.
Fayetteville is an historic Texas town with shops and bed & breakfast inns to visit.
Galveston, Corpus Christi and Port Aransas are on the Gulf of Mexico and offer great beaches, fishing tours, fine seafood dining, and shopping.
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Austin is the state capital, home of the University of Texas and has Lake Austin and Town Lake to enjoy. Austin is billed as the Live Music Capital of Texas and has a lot of live music and nightlife for visitors.
San Antonio is well known throughout the world for the Alamo and its beautiful riverwalk. You will find plenty to do in San Antonio.
Dallas and Fort Worth offer some of the new Texas lifestyle along with the old Texas arcitecture and events. They offer sporting events, a zoo, art galleries, museums and more.
Houston became famous because of the Houston Space Center during the trip to the moon. Houston has art galleries, museums and other tourist attractions and it is within an hour of the beaches of Galveston.
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