Texas is big and bold. The sheer diversity of the state allows you to combine specific interests into a customized itinerary based on your personal preferences, time, and budget: outdoor adventures in more than 90 state parks, Wild West lifestyle experiences at dozens of guest ranches, and evolving Western art and culinary traditions in Texas’s premier cities. Wherever you travel in the state’s seven distinct regions, you’ll find dramatic culture and a myriad of opportunities to explore Texas history and heritage. Weather varies according to geography, but is generally mild under clear blue skies with abundant sunshine. August and September temperatures can climb into the upper 90s; December and January dip down into the 30s.
Austin is a boomtown of culture and creativity. It's a hub for music, comedy, and filmmaking, as well as a…Learn More >
Houston and Galveston
Sprawling, brash, friendly, and prosperous, Houston is arguably Texas's most cosmopolitan city. The forceful, wildcatter temperament that transformed what was…Learn More >
Wake up in the Alamo City with the scent of huevos rancheros in the air, the sound of mariachis, and…Learn More >