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Make use of this travel guide to discover Austin

When the vibe of nuttiness can be sensed from distant, when you can touch music all over the town every night and when you can catch successful career stories of some movie stars, then my beloved folks, you are in Austin. This place is a paradise for independent artisans and entrepreneurs as the city motivates them for upholding the charm of the town. Austin, as a music town, has earned the title of ‘Live Music Capital of the World.’ Further, the city’s motto can be found on the bumper stickers all over the place: ‘KEEP AUSTIN WEIRD.’

Understand the Geography of Austin

Austin, the capital of Texas, is sitedat the juncture where the Colorado River leaves the Edwards Plateau. So basically, it is a city in the hill country of central taxes.
Downtown: Home to the central business zone with some of the tallest residential towers along with most widespread live music venues, bars and restaurants.
UT and the Drag: containUniversity of Texas, housing of West Campus hence, a center for youth and students, art, cheap food and also museum
North Central: Extraordinary and historical residential neighborhoods packed with Talents and Crafts-styled bungalows.
East Austin: Miscellaneous neighborhoods where artistsgenerate a lively, enthusiastic mix of cultures.
Northwest Austin: filled with Austin’s tech businesses and high-end shopping.

Things to see in Austin

  • 1The State Capitol and Visitors Center
  • 2Zilker Metropolitan Park and Botanical Garden
  • 3Bullock Texas State History Museum
  • 4Lyndon Baines Johnson Library and Museum
  • 5Batty about Lady Bird Lake
  • 6Umlauf Sculpture Garden and Museum
  • 7Mexic-Arte Museum

  • 1Take a round at Barton Springs Pool
  • 2Watch a sunrise or sunset at Mount Bonnell
  • 3Saddle up and smash The Veloway
  • 4Immerse live music on the lawn at Blues on the Green
  • 5Tell a nasty tale at Backyard Story Night
  • 6Watch action on the river at the Dragon Boat Festival

Dine in Austin

The celebrated staples of Austin range from breakfast tacos to the excellent Tex-Mex. The gamut, simple serves and comfort food from renowned chefs has made food trucksand the restaurant scene extensively popular as well as vibrant. To dine out in Austin, plan to sample a little of everything ad you dare to miss drinks here. From hops to grapevines, Austin serves up a bevy of local, craft libations sure to satisfy every appetite.

Don’t miss the Shopping pleasure of Austin

Shopping regionsin Austin are crowded with cool boutiques and locally owned retail sites. There are spacesavailable for shopping within the city but you can drive from downtown for a commercial mall experience along with national chain stores and end designers.

Music and festivals of Austin

Live music entertainment is on the nerves of Austin and is played almost everywhere i.e. from airports to grocery stores. The monster festivals of Austin drags the whole crowd to the streets. The whole city party’s o the roads and the city shuts down to accommodate visitors from all over the world. The South by Southwest (SXSW) Music Festival in march is the biggest music festival in the United States. This city celebrates festivals all over the year from Eeyore's Birthday Party in April to Chaos in Tejas in May or Republic of Texas Biker Rally in June to out of Bounds Comedy Festival in September. Therefore, book your hotels in advance, if you want to relish the festivity of festivals.

Transport

The metro and bus system of Austin is not predominantlyfar-reaching and only links the north to south side along Congress Avenue. A solitarytrip begins with $1.25 otherwise week-long passes can be bought for $11.25. The city has a widespread network of B-Cycle, taxis and car services.

Best time to go

Activities in Austin are not restricted to seasons but the weather is little tricky and unpredictable. Backpack for rain or sudden drops in temperature, even in summer. The best time to visit Austin is during spring and fall, when there is little chance of storms and freezes.

August is the hottest month, while January is the coolest month. Summers in between May and September are long and blistering. The temperature at times reaches to triple digits while Central Texas winters are short to non-existent with alternating cold and warm fronts. Snowfall is rare but sometimes storms are fierce.

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