Texas hill Country
Explore the local cities and communities around the Austin area and decide which one is the best fit for you.
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Gateway to the Hill Country, this idyllic suburb is just 25 minutes from Austin, the state capitol.
The live music capital of the world, Austin’s one-of-a-kind culture and unique art stay true to its slogan “Keep Austin Weird.”
Marble Falls is nestled in the heart of Texas Hill Country. Surrounded by the Highland lakes, state parks and natural wonders.
Located in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, life moves a little slower in Blanco, Texas.
Spicewood, a charming hill country town, is a haven for escaping city life and exploring nature.
Settled next to Lake Travis and surrounded by stunning Hill Country views, the City of Bee Cave provides a laid-back atmosphere and relaxing escape away from the hustle of downtown Austin.
Famous for its BBQ and home to the iconic Salt Lick, this tiny town has a Texas sized list of fun things to do.
Imagine a place flowing with pristine rivers and lakes, a place with vineyards as far as the eye can see, and food so delicious you’ll feel like royalty.
Horseshoe Bay, Texas is located on the southern side of Lake Lyndon B. Johnson in both Llano and Burnet counties.
A jewel, nestled in the western corner of Travis County. We are part of one of the best school systems in the state
Wimberley, located between Austin and San Antonio, only 16 miles from San Marcos is the perfect retreat for swimming, camping, or staying in a cabin along the creek.
San Marcos is the hub for everything due to its prime location between Austin and San Antonio.
This historically rich city is commonly known as the wildflower capital of the Texas Hill Country.
Charming oasis in the Texas Hill Country with unique shops, quiet cafes, and lively bars lining tree-shaded streets, while several fascinating museums and walking tours help keep New Braunfels history alive.
A small Hill Country city with a unique German flare, Fredericksburg’s main street is full of quaint bakeries, charming B&Bs, and elegant shops.
Just a short drive from Austin, Bastrop offers a quaint Texas experience.