Starting in Houston, you can visit the space centre before heading to historic San Antonio where you’ll be able to learn about the Texas fight for independence and the Alamo. You can enjoy a few days in Austin and find out why they use the slogan “Keep Austin Weird”. Your next few days will be in neighbouring cities of Fort Worth and Dallas where you can experience western culture at the Fort Worth Stockyards and visit the site of JFK’s assassination in Dallas, Dealey Plaza.
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Your Texas Triangle road trip will start with your flight to Texas. You’ll be in Houston for two nights giving you a full day to enjoy some of the many attractions of Houston such as the Space Center or Aquarium. Downtown Houston is relatively compact and has a wonderful Theatre district.
For the next two days you’ll visit San Antonio, less than 150 miles from the Mexican border. The city is most famous for The Alamo in the Texas fight for independence in 1836. We love to wander along the popular San Antonio River Walk which winds its way under bridges and has many riverside bars and restaurants
It’s a simple 80 miles drive from San Antonio to Austin. Spend some time enjoying the Capitol Building and museum. Walk down Congress Avenue to Allens Boots which is a store full of cowboy boots and hats! You’re here for 3 nights so enjoy the music scene here in Austin and find out why they want to “Keep Austin Weird"
Head North and on your way, drop into Round Rock Donuts which sells tasty “Texas Sized” donuts and has been there since 1926. On to Fort Worth for two nights and you’ll want to visit the Fort Worth Stockyards in the historical district for an authentic experience of the region's history and western culture
Make the relatively short drive to neighbouring city of Dallas for your next two nights. From here you’ll be able to visit some of the attractions such as the Dallas Cowboys football stadium and Dealey Plaza, the location of the School Book Depository and the infamous site of the JFK assassination
It’s your final morning in Texas and there’s plenty to do in Dallas. You might like to make the short drive to Southfork Ranch in Parker, Texas to visit the location used for 1970’s and 80’s TV show “Dallas”. This evening you’ll catch your flight from Dallas Fort Worth airport back to the UK.
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