Tourist Attractions in Texas
The famous oil city of Houston is located just inland from the Gulf of Mexico. The skyscrapers that dominated the city center offer a mix of modern architecture.
Austin is the place to hear live music in Texas and has long been a destination for new bands to showcase their talents in the numerous venues in the downtown core.
Dallas is a city of soaring sky scrapers, known internationally for its modern and post-modern architecture. This oil city is also an important financial center.
San Antonio is a tourist hot spot. The Restaurants and shops that line the River Walk and famous sights such as the Alamo and other missions draw visitors from all over.
Located adjacent to Dallas is Fort Worth, a city with a history closely associated with cattle-ranching. The Stockyards Historic Area offers a glimpse of the city's past.
Sun seekers looking for sand and surf need not look much further than Galveston. Located on a thin island this city rests along a stretch of beach that runs for 32 miles.
Located on the banks of the Rio Grande, El Paso is a border town with the Mexican city of Ciudad Juarez. The city has a number of interesting museums and missions.
More on PlanetWare