- 1Texas, USA260 reviews
By far, this is the best city in Texas. It's the live music capital of the world, has excellent food options, world-class nightlife, lakes with plenty of activities, the University of Texas, and so much more. Austin is a unique and eclectic environment, with technology, education leading the way.
- 2Texas, USA233 reviews
Houston is a city whose very existence has always depended on wild speculation and boom-and-bust excess. Founded on a muddy mire in 1837 by two real estate-booster brothers from New York – their dream was to establish it as the capital of the new Republic of Texas – Houston was soon superseded by the more promising site of Austin, even ...
- 3Texas, USA177 reviews
Travel + Leisure readers have always loved the Alamo city’s chili-sauced Tex-Mex, but some of its emerging barbecue has a cutting-edge style. At the Granary ’Cue & Brew, within the rehabbed Pearl brewery, the menu features classic brisket and house-made sausage, along with grilled quail, root beer–sautéed scallops, and Texas toast glazed with a mixture of brisket drippings, butter, and ...
- 4Texas, USA40 reviews
lots to do and see here, two days not enough and restaurants all carry or serve fresh seafoods..love it
- 5Texas, USA215 reviews
Only passing through but even in the airport everyone was super nice. I'll have to make a point of returning to Texas one day to explore a bit more!
- 6Texas, USA19 reviews
We live here 6 - 7 months every year and enjoy every minute fishing, walking the beach or just hanging out.
- 7Texas, USA52 reviews
I went to Fort Worth in my wild day. When I worked for the carnival. I only did that for about 3 years and did it for 6 months each year.
- 8Texas, USA33 reviews
The sparkling little city by the bay will always hold a special place in my heart but then again, being a native son, I could be prejudiced. All prejudice and humidity aside, Corpus Christi's Padre Island is one of the only places in the United States where you can drive for miles and miles on undeveloped, windswept beaches. Surfing Bob ...
- 9Texas, USA14 reviews
Ferries, fishing , food, barges, beaches, birds, dolphins, and golf carts,
- 10Texas, USA20 reviews
One of the coolest places ever
- 11Texas, USA5 reviews
New Braunfels is a great small Texas town. Two rivers snake through the town, making it a great place for the outdoors and for people who love water sports. The food is excellent here, the town being started by German settlers. German festivals take place in New Braunfels, and if you like German beer, you won't want to miss out.
- 12Texas, USA4 reviews
- 13Texas, USA18 reviews
This city is located in the Dallas-Forth Worth mega area. It contains some sites worth seeing including Cowboy Stadium and Six Flags.
- 14Texas, USA1 review
The scenery is gorgeous! Taken from my phone!
- 15Texas, USA6 reviews
- 16Texas, USA6 reviews
Grapevine, as the name implies, is proud of the grapes and wines they produce. Located just outside of the Dallas-Fort Worth airport, the old historic Grapevine downtown has plenty of wine bars and steakhouses along with some interesting antique shops.
- 17Texas, USA3 reviews
We took our dog hiking here and had a great time. There were A LOT of burrs on the ground and we ended up having carry her for much of it but she did get to swim at least. The lake was nice and it was about 90 so it was much needed.
- 18Texas, USA1 review
Quaint town with unique shops, art galleries, restaurants, and trade days.
- 19Texas, USA34 reviews
not a gorgeous places just enjoyed watching the adobe houses, a place full of mexicans.
- 20Texas, USA8 reviews
Well, the town I haven't seen, but I really liked both the Premium Outlet as well als the Tanger Outlet. Lot of good shopping to be done there!!!