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Explore Austin (AUS) like a true local — on a bike — to see the city’s architecture, breweries and green spaces. Visit Barton Springs Pool, a natural pool fed from underground springs, which has bathhouses and an exhibit tracing its roots to Native American settlers.
Enjoy the Gulf of Mexico in Corpus Christi (CRP) and Padre Island National Seashore, a nearby barrier island. Go fishing or simply relax along Corpus Christi Bay. In town, learn about Selena, a famous singer who lived in Corpus Christi, at the Selena Museum.
Take in nature in the heart of Dallas (DFW) at the Dallas Arboretum and Botanical Garden, with 66 acres situated on White Rock Lake. See the Dallas Heritage Village, an immersive historical experience.
Wander just outside of El Paso (ELP) to Franklin Mountains State Park, perfect for seeing native wildlife, hiking, camping or climbing. Chamizal National Memorial is home to an amphitheater and museum covering the history of this border region.
Have an urban experience in Houston (IAH), the most diverse city in the U.S. Stroll Chinatown and the famous Montrose neighborhood to sample dishes from the city’s booming food scene. Don’t skip the Houston Museum District, a cultural hub with venues exploring topics from African-American culture to natural science.
Fly to Laredo (LRD) to experience the influence from nearby Mexico. Swim, fish or relax at Lake Casa Blanca International State Park, or visit the Republic of the Rio Grande Museum to see 19th-century artifacts.
In McAllen (MFE), scout for rare birds around a Spanish Revival mansion at Quinta Mazatlan. Learn about the native flora and fauna and take in Latin American art at the International Museum of Art and Science.
A visit to San Antonio (SAT) means more than heading to the legendary Alamo. Tour the nearby Natural Bridge Caverns, or bring the kids to Six Flags Fiesta Texas. Head to the River Walk, a great arrangement of hotels, shops and eateries along the San Antonio River.
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