After Alaska, Texas is the second largest state in America by size and population. Thanks to its abundance of natural settings, international cities, and many other attractions, Texas is a wonderful place to spend your vacation. There are many resorts which offer a variety of luxurious amenities and services. Here are 10 luxury travel tips for your next Texas vacation!

 

10. Natural Attraction Sites

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If you’re interested in natural attractions sites, you don’t want to leave Texas without visiting the Dallas Arboretum and botanical gardens. This place is found at the edge of the white rock lake and can be the best place to bask in the sun. A known 70-acre garden filled with natural trees and groomed gardens. There’s also Fort Worth Botanic and the Japanese Garden which is the oldest botanic garden in Texas containing 2500 exotic species of plants.

 

9. Luxury Hotels

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There are quite a number of luxury hotels in Texas you’ll feel at home in. A good example is the Adolphus Hotel in Dallas, whose European chateau appearance makes it one of the unique hotels in the area. The Adolphus features dining rooms, luxuriate dark wood parlors, and rooms that are styled in an English country design. Dallas’s Hyatt Summerfield Suites is also another amazing choice. Features include a business center, a pool, a fully equipped kitchen, exercise room and a spa. To mention a few other fantastic luxury hotels in Texas includes The Ritz-Carlton, the Omni Dallas Hotel, and the Rosewood Mansion on Turtle Creek in Dallas. 

 

8. Traveling To and In Texas

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You can hop aboard a grapevine railroad in a nostalgic train at the Stockyard station in Fort Worth. The transport network in Texas is reliable and the fact that there are a total of 117 airports in the state is quite incredible. Most of them offer international flights.

7. Where to Go With Family

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If you’re traveling with family, there are so many fun opportunities and interesting things to do in Texas. Try the Old City Park in Dallas or take the kids to the Fort Worth Stockyards. It’s a fun activity, plus you will learn about the culture of the west. Also, you can go to Fort Worth Stock show to watch cowboys swing with rodeos.

 

6. Enjoy the Honky Tonks

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In case you love music, there’s also Adair’s Saloon located in Dallas. This establishment is known for redneck rock bands and knee-slapping country, graffiti blanketed tables and walls and also for its cheap beers.

 

5. Visit the Museums

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Texas is home to plenty of amazing art, history, and specialty museums. A good example is the Nasher Sculpture Center, a world-class collection of modern sculptures located at arts district downtown. Other interesting museums to visit include the George Bush Presidential Library and Museum, the National Museum of the Pacific War, The Houston Museum of Natural Science, and the San Antonio Museum of Art, just to name a few.

 

4. Travel Websites to Use

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There are many websites created to help the people who visit Texas, like the Handbook of Texas online, a website that provides directions. It also offers the backstories of the legends of Texas.

 

3. Shopping

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Shopping is fantastic in Texas. The Galleria Dallas, Northpark Center, the Shops at Park Lane, and Trinity Grooves are just a few of the many amazing shopping destinations shopaholics definitely want to hit. 

 

2. Prepare Well

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It’s important that when traveling to Texas, you plan your trip well before leaving. Remember to pack your travel documents beforehand, book accommodation early, and ensure that any necessities you need during your stay are taken care of.

 

1. Enjoy

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Enjoy your stay in Texas and don’t forget to carry a camera. Whether you’re a gambler or not, please try and play Texas hold ‘em in one of the many casinos in whichever city you’re at.

 

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