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The Texas Triangle

Fort Worth, Austin, Hill Country, Bandera, San Antonio, Galveston Beach, Houston, Dallas & more

Travel along the Texas Triangle. The Lone Star State is BIG, more than 261,000 square miles. Everything is larger than life in Texas. With such diversity, this 2 week road trip explores incredible modern cities, southwestern culture all coated with a rich history.  Don’t even get us started on the Texas barbecue!


The Texas Triangle 14 nights

All of our American road trips can be tailored to meet your requirements. Do you have more or less than 14 days for your road trip? No problem, we can bolt on extra nights to allow more time to explore or shorten the number of destinations as required. Just let us know when requesting your quote.

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Welcome to Texas!

Day 1

First up- Fort Worth

Texas is practically it's own country - it's so huge and varied it certainly deserves its own road trip. The Lone Star State introduces us to the culture of Rodeo, Longhorns and Cowboys nowhere better than the first place on our road trip Fort Worth. Sundance Square and the Fort Worth Water Gardens make a great place to start and stretch your legs after your flight.

  • Key location: Fort Worth, TX
  • Fort Worth, TX
  • 26 Miles

Oil Pumps

Day 2

A full day to explore all Fort Worth has to offer

Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District is home to the worlds only twice daily cattle drive. The Stockyards have rodeo and also the worlds largest Honky Tonk, Billy Bob's. Western heritage is at it's most vivid in Fort Worth and the first place you should go to get your fix of cowboy charm. Don't forget your boots and ten-gallon hat.

  • Key location: Fort Worth, TX
  • Fort Worth, TX

Austin Skyline

Day 3

Off to Austin Today

Welcome to the Texas state capital. Why not start by exploring the Texas State Capitol grounds, Austin has its share of notable galleries and museums or how about a swim to cool off in Barton Springs Pool in Zilker Park? Finish your day in South Congress after checking out the nightly flights of the free tailed bats that call Congress Avenue Bridge home.

  • Key location: Austin, TX
  • Austin, TX
  • 190 Miles

Austin State Building

Day 4

A full day exploring Austin

Austin is the self proclaimed live music capital of the world, it has a legendary food scene and also loves anything a little offbeat - it's unofficial motto is "Keep Austin Weird". Multiple breweries of the highest quality are found here as well, complementing the exotic cuisine served by the food trucks. Food markets, distilleries, cideries.... the list goes on.

  • Key location: Austin, TX
  • Austin, TX

Storms on the Horizon

Day 5

Heading to Bandera today

Between Austin and the "Cowboy Capital of the World" Bandera you have the Texas Hill Country small towns of Driftwood, Johnson City, Fredericksburg, and Luckenbach. Another key stop is Hamilton Pool Preserve, in Dripping Springs why not cool off under the 50 foot waterfall at this historic swimming hole.

  • Key location: Bandera, TX
  • Bandera, TX
  • 118 Miles

Yee- Haa !!

Day 6

Horseriding or hiking in Bandera in the heart of Hill Country

In the words of one of our clients visiting Bandera for the first time "In particular, our stay at Silver Spur Ranch was the standout. We had the whole place to ourselves and had a great time with Jay and the team there. We even ended up going round the bars in Bandera with Jay one afternoon/evening". Horse riding, campfires and hay rides this is where cowboy dreams are made......

  • Key location: Bandera, TX
  • Bandera, TX

Alamo, San Antonio

Day 7

So much to see in San Antonio

The Alamo draws more than 2.5 million visitors a year to this UNESCO world heritage site. Absorb the indigenous, Spanish and Mexican influences that helped form Texas into what it is today. San Antonio is also home to theme parks such as Six Flags or learn about marine life at SeaWorld.

  • Key location: San Antonio, TX
  • San Antonio, TX
  • 54 Miles

River Walk San Antonio

Day 8

Explore the sights of San Antonio

San Antonio's Riverwalk makes for a wonderful stroll, lined with cafes, bars and restaurants.The river runs through the centre of the city and makes for a lively, vibrant place to enjoy in the year round warm weather. San Antonio has world class hotels and many of them line the Riverwalk.

  • Key location: San Antonio, TX
  • San Antonio, TX

Sunrise on the Beach

Day 9

Head to the Coast

Time for a couple of days at the beach, Galveston Island, on the Gulf of Mexico has 32 miles of beach. Hit the beach and top up that tan or chill by the hotel pool.

  • Key location: Galveston, TX
  • Galveston, TX
  • 247 Miles

Galveston Beach

Day 10

Relax by the pier in Galveston

A second beach day, recharge those batteries and relax at the beach or hotel. Make sure you check out Galveston's Historic Pier, waterfront amusements and attractions - good old fashioned fun!

  • Key location: Galveston, TX
  • Galveston, TX

Oh, hey there!

Day 11

Head to Houston

Houston's number one visitor attraction is the awesome Space Centre, this is a must for any road tripper visiting Houston. NASA, the Johnson Space Center literally providing you with an otherworldly experience. Witness the thrills that come with being an astronaut, or venture through the city to partake in shopping or the urban tunnel adventures.

  • Key location: Houston, TX
  • Houston, TX
  • 54 Miles

City Skyscrapers

Day 12

Spend your day exploring Houston

The sprawling city of Houston has great museums, dining and shopping options and is a truly cosmopolitan city. The fourth largest in the US, towering skyscrapers dominate downtown in the Magnolia City.

  • Key location: Houston, TX
  • Houston, TX

Dallas Skyline

Day 13

Drive on up to Dallas

Arrive in the city of Dallas today. With a past and present rich in the stuff that American legends are made of. The 'Big D' is famous for its contributions to popular culture – notably the Cowboys and their cheerleaders, and Dallas, the TV series that once was a worldwide symbol of the USA. Check out the Reunion Tower, to give you 360 degree views of the city from its observation deck.

  • Key location: Dallas, TX
  • Dallas, TX
  • 239 Miles

Cowboys at sunset

Day 14

Enjoy your last day taking in Dallas

Put on your cowboy boots and explore this great city, highlights include The Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza chronicling JFK’s assassination and it’s aftermath. Check out Deep Ellum, this former warehouse district is home to live music, brewpubs and restaurants with incredible barbecue and Tex-Mex. If you have an extra few days to spend away, then this trip can be extended to visit some of West Texas such as Big Bend National Park and Marfa the high desert town with a huge contemporary art scene.

  • Key location: Dallas, TX
  • Dallas, TX

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