Texas is known for beautiful sites, over-the-top experiences, equally big personalities, delicious food and world famous hospitality. While most people are familiar with Dallas and Houston as “Texas must visits,” we want to introduce you to the Texas Hill Country. A lush and gorgeous 25 county expanse that stretches across natural rolling hills and the Texas capital of Austin, rolling across the Colorado River, brushing up against the Mexican border, spiked with cacti and breathtaking mountain-esque views.
Locals will tell you be sure to stop through the West and pick up a dozen kolaches on your way to Austin; maybe take a detour through the lovely and historic Fredericksburg and visit the one of over 30 wineries in the region. Others will tell you to spend a weekend camping and trekking along the Colorado River and to visit Gorman Falls and lose yourself in the luscious nature that grows wild for your pleasure. While there will still be others that proclaim the restorative powers of staying in a working dude ranch in Bandera or taking in the shopping in New Braunfels.