What You Should See and Do in Austin on Your Vacation
Austin is one of the most unique cities in the United States. It is a city known for being “weird” and for its unconventional vibe. Visitors will enjoy countless activities that no other city can offer in a laid-back and casual atmosphere. It is an inexpensive city to visit and Austin, TX vacation lodging is very easy to find. Make sure you book Austin, TX lodging with a pool in the summer. Here are some of the things the city's visitors cannot miss and will not be able to experience in any other place.
Get in Touch with Nature
This city is definitely a city for lovers of the outdoors. The city’s inhabitants walk and bike everywhere and the city is very health-oriented. There are numerous biking and hiking trails, as well as lakes and springs. You cannot miss taking a swim on Barton Springs Pool, which is a spring-fed swimming hole that is 68 degrees year round. Visitors can relax and float around the pool. It is a very popular spot in the summer and is filled with young residents and visitors. If you would like to rent a boat and spend an afternoon in a lake, Lady Bird Lake and Lake Travis are perfect for some outdoor enjoyment.
Eat From a Food Truck
The city is known for its unique food truck eating experience. It is filled with hundreds of food trucks that offer a great variety of food ranging from Korean barbeque to Greek gyros. Most food trucks are located in the downtown area of the city. There are also many events in which visitors can enjoy live music while enjoying trailer food.
Take In Unparalleled Nightlife
This city boasts one of the best nightlife scenes in the world. The city has a very young population due to its hip atmosphere and the heavy student population from the University of Texas. As a result, there are hundreds of bars, coffee shops, and live music venues. The best place to experience the Austin nightlife is the Sixth Street District area. You will find dozens of unique hole in the wall bars filled with Austin hipsters.
Catch Some Live Music
The Capital of Texas is known as the live music capital of the country. There is literally live music everywhere. You will find yourself enjoying local bands in places you would have never imagined, like the airport or a grocery store. Take some time to listen to some local bands play live and experience music in true Texas style.
Although it seems like the Capital of Texas is a hustling and bustling city, it is also a great place to relax and get some rest. There are dozens of top-rated spas and golf courses. Find Austin, TX lodging with a pool and enjoy the warm Texas weather soaking in the sun. There are also some world-class golf courses throughout the city. You will also be able to find Austin, TX vacation lodging and resorts that have golf courses.
Do Some Shopping
As if you did not already have enough things to do in this city, there is another activity that you cannot miss – shopping. The city is known as a premiere shopping destination for hipsters around the country. The downtown/university area is lined with local boutiques that offer items that range from vintage clothing to high-end designer brands. Don’t leave without visiting The Domain. It is a very impressive outdoor shopping center with stores like Barneys, Burberry, and Gap.
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