• Johnson City

    Johnson City is often described as a great place to stop on the way to somewhere else. Aside from its proximity... Read More
  • Fredericksburg

    Fredericksburg is a heavily German-influenced town. The city square is called Marktplatz, there's a "wilkommen"... Read More
  • Medina

    If you like the remote feel of Bandera, head farther west on Highway 16 to Medina, a quiet treasure along the namesake... Read More
  • Castroville

    This small town west of San Antonio, in the Medina River Valley, is known as the "Little Alsace of Texas." The... Read More
  • New Braunfels

    With a name like New Braunfels, it's a safe bet that Germans had a great deal of influence in this town. And in... Read More
  • Comfort

    At first glance, Comfort resembles a lot of quiet Hill Country towns. It has the standard Dairy Queen and a small... Read More
  • Marble Falls

    Only 45 minutes west of Austin, bustling Marble Falls has become a popular destination for a quick weekend getaway.... Read More
  • San Marcos

    San Marcos is the largest town between Austin and San Antonio on I-35. It's home to former President Lyndon B.... Read More
  • Mason

    You don't just find yourself in Mason; you have to want to get there. Nestled in the rolling hills at the very... Read More
  • Lake Travis and Lakeway

    Lake Travis, the fifth in the series of Highland Lakes fed by the Colorado River, is a refreshing playscape for... Read More
  • Wimberley

    Wimberley's windy little roads, shady oak and cypress trees, and compact town square give it the feel of an English... Read More
  • Burnet

    During most of the year, Burnet is a sleepy little town best known as a stop for people heading south from the... Read More
  • Llano

    The greatest attraction to Llano is the drive out there. Whether you're heading north from Fredericksburg on Highway... Read More
  • Horseshoe Bay

    Adding to Marble Falls' tourist fame is the nearby resort town of Horseshoe Bay. Tucked into an immense cove on... Read More
  • Gruene

    Gruene is purely Texan. Ask many Central Texans if they've ever two-stepped in this little town and you'll see... Read More
  • Kerrville

    Years ago, Kerrville had the small-town appeal that draws thousands to Fredericksburg and Boerne. With the arrival... Read More
  • Ingram

    Just 7 mi west of Kerrville, along the picturesque Guadalupe River, lies the small town of Ingram, where you can... Read More
  • Boerne

    Just a few years ago Boerne was a quiet little town with a smattering of shops and small-town restaurants. Even... Read More
  • Bandera

    Dust off your chaps, loosen your saddle cinch, and stay a while. In Bandera the mythic tales of rodeos, ranches,... Read More