It is widely known as the headquarters of Texas State University, a fast-growing institute with a crystal clear river that flows through the campus. The Captain Perry Texas Ranger Museum in Johnson City, wildflower tours, Pedernales State Park and other attractions offer visitors to Johnson City a lot to do. Austin's unofficial slogan is Keep Austin Weird, which refers to the reputation of Austin, Texas, for its more progressive, liberal and liberal lifestyle on the West Coast than in the more conservative parts of Texas. Luckenbach, Texas (the place where “everyone is someone”) has become famous for its small size and great culture.
Marble Falls Less than an hour from Austin, Marble Falls is right in the center of the Texas chain of lakes, on the shores of Lake Marble Falls and a short distance from Lake LBJ. The area experiences a fusion of Spanish and German influences in food, beer, architecture and music that form a distinctive Texan culture, separated from the influences of the south and southwest of the state. With a population of 3, it's officially the smallest city in Texas, and the official website tells you to use “412 Luckenbach Town Loop” as the physical address, which is right near Fredericksburg. Brady This small town in central Texas has a great reputation for its 26% bed and breakfast in the geographic center of the Lone Star State.
San Marcos, home to Texas State University, San Marcos is also home to excellent water sports on the San Marcos and Guadalupe Rivers, Wonder World, Aquarena Springs and many more attractions, as well as a huge shopping center. Office of the Governor, Economic Development & Tourism 1100 San Jacinto, Austin, Texas 78701, (51) 463-2000. It has the sweet honor of being named the “Lavender Capital of Texas” and hosts a Lavender Festival in spring. Even when there were no Republicans in the Texas Legislature during the 1930s and 1940s, Gillespie and Kendall Counties supported all Republican presidential candidates, except for Herbert Hoover's failed reelection campaign in 1932, and Republicans continued to control local government.