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Texas' cities are as diverse as the state itself; from bright lights and soaring skyscrapers to the Wild West and cowboy heritage.

Each of the state's seven geographic regions is as different as the next: from rolling hills and deep canyons, to sandy beaches and sleepy forests. Explore more of Texas by visiting more than one of its bustling, colourful cities:

Austin

Perhaps the most famous city of the state, Austin is otherwise known as the 'Live Music Capital of the World' thanks to its 250+ music venues, festivals and events that are held each year. Whether you're exploring by foot, bike or Segway, Austin has something for everyone: if you're travelling in February, join the crowds and cheer on the runners in the renowned Austin Marathon, or visit the Austin Food and Wine Festival in the spring for a true taste of Texas. There's a zoo and animal sancutary for the little ones, and even a golf club or two for those wanting to get a round in during their travels. Austin is not just big in size but big in character too.

Bandera

From horseback riding to fishing and hiking, Bandera is a great place to see the more rugged side to Texas. Often referred to as the Cowboy Capital of the World, traditional rodeos are held twice weekly here meaning you'll get the most authentic, Texan experience. Head to the Natural History Museum to learn more about the state's past, visit one of the many ranches for riding lessons, and stay in a rustic lodge to feel a million miles away from home.

Dallas

No trip to Texas is complete without a visit to Dallas: the city of the oil rich cowboys. Experience world-class shopping, visit the Dallas Arts Museum and jump on the free trolley to experience the nightlife in cosmopolitan uptown. If you want stunning views of the city skyline, head to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower at sunset where you'll be welcomed by jaw-dropping panoramas and picture-perfect vistas.

Houston

This multicultural city epitomises the term 'urban sprawl', rambling expansively along the banks of Buffalo Bayou. Experience diverse Texan culture, pinning honky-tonks and sizzling barbecue joints as well as heritage-rich museums and contemporary art galleries. Of course, a trip to the Space Centre is a must; home to NASA's astronauts and offering you the chance to peek into the mysteries of outer space.

San Antonio

Boasting a distinct Spanish and Mexican heritage, San Antonio blends seamlessly the cultures of Native America, colonial Spain, old Mexico and the Wild West for a cocktail like no other. Stroll down the picturesque River Walk and stop off at some of the restaurants and shops on your way. 

Explore Texas Cities

Texas' cities are as diverse as the state itself; from bright lights and soaring skyscrapers to the Wild West and cowboy heritage.

Each of the state's seven geographic regions is as different as the next: from rolling hills and deep canyons, to sandy beaches and sleepy forests. Explore more of Texas by visiting more than one of its bustling, colourful cities:

Austin

Perhaps the most famous city of the state, Austin is otherwise known as the 'Live Music Capital of the World' thanks to its 250+ music venues, festivals and events that are held each year. Whether you're exploring by foot, bike or Segway, Austin has something for everyone: if you're travelling in February, join the crowds and cheer on the runners in the renowned Austin Marathon, or visit the Austin Food and Wine Festival in the spring for a true taste of Texas. There's a zoo and animal sancutary for the little ones, and even a golf club or two for those wanting to get a round in during their travels. Austin is not just big in size but big in character too.

Bandera

From horseback riding to fishing and hiking, Bandera is a great place to see the more rugged side to Texas. Often referred to as the Cowboy Capital of the World, traditional rodeos are held twice weekly here meaning you'll get the most authentic, Texan experience. Head to the Natural History Museum to learn more about the state's past, visit one of the many ranches for riding lessons, and stay in a rustic lodge to feel a million miles away from home.

Dallas

No trip to Texas is complete without a visit to Dallas: the city of the oil rich cowboys. Experience world-class shopping, visit the Dallas Arts Museum and jump on the free trolley to experience the nightlife in cosmopolitan uptown. If you want stunning views of the city skyline, head to the GeO-Deck at Reunion Tower at sunset where you'll be welcomed by jaw-dropping panoramas and picture-perfect vistas.

Houston

This multicultural city epitomises the term 'urban sprawl', rambling expansively along the banks of Buffalo Bayou. Experience diverse Texan culture, pinning honky-tonks and sizzling barbecue joints as well as heritage-rich museums and contemporary art galleries. Of course, a trip to the Space Centre is a must; home to NASA's astronauts and offering you the chance to peek into the mysteries of outer space.

San Antonio

Boasting a distinct Spanish and Mexican heritage, San Antonio blends seamlessly the cultures of Native America, colonial Spain, old Mexico and the Wild West for a cocktail like no other. Stroll down the picturesque River Walk and stop off at some of the restaurants and shops on your way. 

The boardwalk in Austin Texas

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