Texas’s capital city may be best known as the “Live Music Capital of the World,” home to not one but two internationally acclaimed festivals: South by Southwest (SXSW) and the Austin City Limits Festival. Still, there are plenty of other unique ways to fill your itinerary in-between sets, from year-round outdoor attractions like sculpture gardens, public art installations, and revitalized waterside parks to award-winning resorts, museums, and cultural venues.
Austin-Bergstorm International Airport (ABIA) Austin’s airport is located about 5 miles from downtown Austin. Each day, ABIA services roughly 76 destinations across the US, Mexico, the Caribbean, and Europe.
The best times to visit Austin are September to November or March to May, when 70s and 80s are the anticipated daytime temperatures.
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BBQ & Brewery tastings
Visit a local Honky Tonk
Find a trivia night
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Austin City Limits
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