Where is Austin Texas
Austin: Perfectly Located in The Heart of Texas
Austin is the jewel of Texas, ideally situated in the heart of the Texas Hill Country. Located right about in the center of the state, Austin is roughly three hours south of Dallas; three hours west of Houston; and about 90 minutes north of San Antonio.
You won’t find flat or desolate here. With its steep terrain, creeks, parks and the Colorado River, there’s no doubt that Austin is an outdoor city. Many visitors can’t believe they’re still in Texas.
And with everything that makes Austin unique, most visitors don’t ever want to leave. Find out more about Austin, it’s people, ecomony and history by clicking the “Read More” button below, or by visiting the Austin Relocation Guide Website .
Things to Do and See in Austin Texas
When it comes to seeing the sights in Austin, you might have a hard time with numbers. After all, there are only two days in the weekend. Trying to figure out how to fit in one, two, three, or more of the many exciting activities Austin has to offer into that one weekend can prove daunting.
Should it be indoors or outdoors? Should it be on the water, on land, or even underground? Should it be in town, or an out of town daytrip? Some find that the hardest part of living in Austin is realizing that life may be too short to fit in all the activities.
However, there really are some “must see” attractions that you won’t want to miss in Austin…To learn more about all these sights and attractions click the “Read More” button below, or visit the Austin Relocation Guide Website .
Austin Texas: An Exciting, Active Lifestyle
Most people who have lived
in Austin Texas – no matter how long – say they wouldn’t live anywhere else but here – and for good reason. The city is one of the most celebrated, earning a place on almost every “best cities” list (click the “Read More” button to see some…)
A climate that encourages a year-round outdoor lifestyle, combined with an exceptional live music scene, an active nigh life environment, a youthful college population, and a recognized arts scene, provides a lifestyle that is exciting, active and entertaining.
The bottom line is that Austin has a lot to offer, and has been recognized for its exciting environment as wells as it’s stable median family income, per capita income and per capita disposable income level by national relocation companies and surveys. Learn more about all there is to do and see in Austin by clicking the “Read More” button below, or by visiting the Austin Relocation Guide Website .
The Live Music Capital of the World
Ever wonder why Austin is known as the Live Music Capital of the World®? The slogan became official in 1991, after it was discovered that Austin had more live music venues per capita than anywhere else in the nation. Listen closely and you’ll hear the sounds of more than 1,900 bands and performing artists living in and around our city. From blues to indie rock, country to jazz, rock en espanol and more, Austin’s nearly 200 live music venues mean you can catch a show any day, at almost any time.
Austin is also home to some of the largest music events and festivals in the world, including South by Southwest (SXSW), Austin City Limits Music Festival, The Urban Music Festival, and the Pachange Festival.
Learn more about the music scene in Austin by clicking the “Read More” button below, or by visiting the Austin Relocation Guide Website .