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Visit Texas Online offers helpful information for both visitors and residents. You'll find information about Texas accommodations, from 5 star resorts and boutique hotels to historic inns; Texas attractions and activities that will satisfy sun worshipers, golfers, outdoor enthusiasts and eco tourists. Texas dining offers a variety of experiences. So, take a look at Visit Texas Online - enjoy your visit!

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Texas vacations give visitors an amazing variety of attractions from deserts, lush hill country, metropolitan cities and coastal areas. Here's a list of 10 large and small cities and towns and just a few of my recommended must-sees.

Austin Texas - The state's capital gives you the Governor's Mansion and the Austin Bats...yes, bats. You can also visit the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum.

Arlington Texas - This year the newest and most exciting attraction opened; the new stadium for the famous Dallas Cowboys. In addition, the well-known favorite attraction, Six Flags Over Texas, is still open and thrilling visitors every day of the year.

Canton Texas - A small town, aside from a couple of good golf courses, the only thing that happens here is the once-a-month huge flea market; First Monday Trade Days. Held the weekend of the first Monday of the month, it draws dealers and visitors from all over Texas and surrounding states.

Corpus Christi Texas - Located on the Gulf Coast, this is a beach town to draws visitors from all over the world. Besides the beach, they also enjoy attractions such as the Texas State Aquarium and the Corpus Christi Museum of Science and History.

Dallas Texas - A large cosmopolitan city, with much to offer, many visitors only remember Dallas as the place where John F. Kennedy was assassinated. If that's you, then you'll want to visit the former Texas School Book Depository, now the Sixth Floor Museum. After thank go to the Zero Gravity Thrill Amusement Park Dallas, you'll be glad you did.

Fort Worth Texas - More than just "Cow Town", this city is like a sophisticated lady in a couture gown hiding a pair of well-worn cowboy boots. That's why you will find the Fort Worth Symphony Orchestra's Bass Performance Hall just down the road from the Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District...read more »


It's a quick drive from Port Isabel to the barrier island of South Padre Island. Here you'll find miles of beach as well as family-friendly attractions, shopping areas, restaurants, and plenty of condominium and resort complexes.

Every visit must include some time along the miles of beach, where the kids can enjoy romping in the surf, collecting seashells, and building sand castles. Drive north of the community and you'll find that 29 miles of this strip of sand are completely undeveloped, ready for exploration. Fall visitors and winter visitors find lighter crowds than in the summer, perfect for long beach walks...read more »


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