Austin Vacation Packages


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Packages in Austin

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Austin Vacation Packages


It's an area of Hill Country that around 800,000 people reside in.

Rediscover the joys of childhood at Six Flags Fiesta Texas and San Antonio SeaWorld. For more family fun, head on to Barton Springs Pool and Wonder World.

Your family will have a ball seeing the furry, feathered and scaled creatures at the Austin Zoo. If your time is limited, be sure to grab a map so you don't miss out on any of the zoo's many highlights.

There's not many things that can match the pleasure of a divine glass of wine. Sample what this region has to offer at the Duchman Family Winery or the Bell Springs Winery. Afterwards, if you have sufficient time, also think about the Solaro Estate and the Hawk's Shadow Winery.

Spend a couple of hours learning about the plants and flowers at the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center and the Zilker Botanical Garden.

When the sun is shining, pack some lunch and make your way over to one of the leafy green spaces, such as Zilker Park or McKinney Falls State Park. You'll also find plenty of space for a game or two on the grass at Lake Austin and Lady Bird Lake.

Got a spare day and you're not sure what to do with it? The staff at Capitol Visitors Center are well equipped to help point you in the right direction. Old Bakery and Emporium and Austin Visitor Center are two more useful places to visit.

Want to see some native birds? Pull out your binoculars and see which different species you can spot at Lake Bastrop and Cypress Creek. If that doesn't work out, maybe your luck will change at Lake Pflugerville or Blue Hole.

Looking to spend a day of relaxation by the oceanside? Pack some yummy snacks and find a space at Volente Beach Water Park or Shoal Beach. These beautiful bits of coast are great to sit back and just watch the clouds roll on past.

Turn your phone off and take a break from the modern world at Old Settlers Park and Rio Vista Park. Nature lovers will also enjoy Inner Space Cavern and Westcave Preserve.
The area's exhibition spaces are a treasure trove of interesting stories and quirky facts. Enjoy the contemplative atmosphere as you check out the varied collections at the Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum and the Blanton Museum of Art. The AMOA-Arthouse and the Texas Memorial Museum are also worth a visit.

The exhibition halls at the Austin Nature and Science Center and the Texas Natural Science Center are full to the brim with marvelous objects.

An oasis for art aficionados, this area is home to an impressive range of gallery spaces in which amateurs and professionals regularly exhibit their work. Start your tour of this creative enclave with a visit to the Elisabet Ney Museum and the South Austin Museum of Popular Culture. The Austin Museum of Art - Laguna Gloria and the Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum are also worth a look if you can fit them in before dinner.

History comes alive at the Austin History Center and the George Washington Carver Museum thanks to their fantastic range of fascinating displays. Do you like the sound of those? Continue your journey at the French Legation Museum and the Calaboose African American History Museum.

Texas State Capitol and University of Texas Tower are certainly worth visiting, even if history isn't your forte. More tales from the days of yore are waiting for you at Governor's Mansion and the Southwestern University.

Ann W. Richards Congress Avenue Bridge is a striking structure that has been a vital crossing point for residents from both sides of the water.

Whether you consider yourself spiritual or not, you'll be sure to have a nice time at the Congregation Beth Israel and Bannockburn Baptist Church. First Presbyterian Church and Romanian Orthodox Church are two more interesting sacred sites.

Once you've seen all the major attractions around Austin, be sure to visit a couple of its lesser-known sights. The Austin Public Library and the Lost Creek Country Club are some interesting options. If you have the time, also visit Austin City Hall or the Great Hills Country Club.


Accommodation in Austin


Are you looking to immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of Texas' state capital? Travelhoteltours presently lists 223 Austin hotels, so you should have no problems discovering a suitable base for your vacation.

Premium accommodation choices such as the Four Seasons Hotel Austin, at 98 San Jacinto Blvd, and the W Austin, at 200 Lavaca Street are sure to bring a smile to the most discerning guests. Alternatively, the La Quinta Inn Austin South / Interstate Highway 35, at 4200 I-35 South, and the Quality Suites South, at 1701 E. St. Elmo Rd, are two thriftier options worth considering.