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This is one big and very diverse state. You can stroll on sandy beaches, explore majestic canyons, play cowboy and enjoy world-famous music and food. These three cities will give you a taste of Texas – there’s down to earth yet sophisticated Austin, a small university town that over the past few decades has grown into a bustling city. Dallas has the country’s largest urban arts district, a huge sports scene and heaps of attractions. Then Houston, America’s fourth-largest city, is very cosmopolitan, filled with world-class dining, arts, shopping and nightlife.
Whether you’re spending a day, a weekend or a week in Houston, it has something to keep everyone entertained. The Houston Museum District is one of the top cultural districts in the USA. With over 19 museums to explore from The Children’s Museum of Houston and the Contemporary Arts Museum to the Museum of Natural Science and the Health Museum.
Shopping is a must do in Texas – it’s tax free for international shoppers. And there’s no better place than in Houston which is arguably the style capital of the South. From the Galleria to bargain hunting at the Premium Outlets, you’ll find it all. A trip to Houston wouldn’t be complete without seeing the number one attraction – Space Centre Houston. Discover the future and remarkable past of America’s spaceflight programme set among the largest collection of space artefacts in the southwestern United States.
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