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Texas Offers Valuable Deals


For travelers seeking to maximize their dollars – and sneak in a few freebies on the way – Texas is the perfect destination.

Visitors can begin by checking out the terrific travel packages featured on TravelTex.com.  (http://www.traveltex.com/TravelPackages.aspx)  The savings include hotel packages all over the Lone Star State, from San Antonio to Abilene, from The Woodlands to Fort Worth.  There is a package to fit all budgets.  Texas also offers potential visitors a free Texas State Travel Guide – a jam-packed guide with information on more than 400 Texas cities, towns, and attractions – a Texas Accommodations Guide, and a Texas Official Travel Map.

State-wide convention and visitors bureaus (CVBs) promote affordable accommodations and dining that won’t break the bank, and a variety of activities and experiences that are 100 percent free.  For example, visitors can wander through the Fort Worth Stockyards to experience the twice-daily cattle drive and weekend rodeo, tour Dallas’ Morton H. Myerson Symphony Center, or spend an afternoon beachside in picturesque South Padre Island.  In Austin, visit the state’s Capitol Building and the Lyndon Baines Johnson Presidential Library and Museum, followed by some window-shopping on South Congress (or ‘SoCo’).   And for visitors to Dallas/Fort Worth, San Antonio, Houston and Corpus Christi, TravelTex.com offers free podcast walking tours, downloadable to any mp3 player and taken at the listener’s own pace.

Below is a sampling of CVB Web sites, on which visitors can find region-specific savings opportunities and travel packages.  For a complete listing of links to CVBs throughout Texas, visit www.TravelTex.com.

• Amarillo Convention and Visitors Bureau
• Austin Convention and Visitors Bureau
• Corpus Christi Convention and Visitors Bureau
• Dallas Convention and Visitors Bureau
• Fort Worth Convention and Visitors Bureau 
• Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau 
• San Antonio Convention and Visitors Bureau

For information about travel deals, packages and other special offers throughout the state of Texas, visit www.TravelTex.com.


About Tourism In Texas

Tourism is one of the largest industries in Texas, employing 534,000 Texans. In 2007, travelers spent almost $57 billion in Texas. Travel expenditures generated $2.8 billion in state taxes and $994 million in local taxes. For more information on Texas travel events and vacation destinations, visit www.TravelTex.com or for a free Texas State Travel Guide call 1-800-8888-TEX.
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The Most Scenic Drives in America: 120 Spectacular Road Trips - Organized by region, the 120 suggested road trips span all 50 states and offer a wide variety of scenic adventures, from exploring the remote canyons of New Mexico to visiting the most beautiful beaches on Cape Cod. Each route offers a number of must-see points of interest, such as the carefully preserved mid-19th-century home of Washington Irving in New York or the best places to spot wildflowers in the Texas Hill Country. Also included for each drive is a helpful "Trip Tips" table, providing not only the basic information about length and the best time of the year to visit, but invaluable pieces of advice (i.e., "No fuel is available on the 70-mile stretch of highway between Marblemount and Mazama"). Although it's often hard to get a sense of the particular personality of a drive from the rather dry descriptions, the large color photographs provide readers with a snapshot view of the unique beauty of each area.

The Complete Guide to the National Park Lodges - This book is an insider's guide to finding the best lodges throughout the country. Each entry includes firsthand information about each property, including room rates, handicap accessibility, reservation phone numbers, exact location within the park, transportation details, facilities, activities, and detailed maps.

The Rough Guide to the USA 8 - The Rough Guide to the USA is your definitive state-by-state guidebook to this vast and fascinating country. From a baseball game in Chicago and Yellowstone’s National Park to the towering Washington Monument and the astonishing southwest desert, the full-colour introduction highlights all the ‘things-not-to-miss’. There are insider reviews of all the best places to stay, eat and drink, both on and off the beaten track, with the new ‘Author’s Pick’ feature highlighting the very best options. There is plenty of expert advice on a multitude of activities, from hiking in the Grand Canyon to experiencing New York Coty nightlife. The guide takes a detailed look at the country’s history, culture and people and comes complete with maps and plans for every region, state and major city. The Rough Guide to the USA is like having a local friend plan your trip!

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