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Texas is the second largest state in the US and it got everything big from food to unique attractions from each of its cities to coastal beaches, mountains, and desert. With so much to see and do in just about every small town and big city, it's no wonder people say everything is bigger in Texas. Explore Big Bend National Park to witness its breathtaking mountains, rugged canyons, arid valleys, and luminous night skies.This wild land, once submerged by a great ocean, is now one of the state’s most popular recreational areas. Embark on a Scenic Drive through the Texas Piney Woods, it is famous for its quaint towns, charming bed and breakfasts, breathtaking lakes, and forests that explode with autumn color. Although there’s plenty to see and do in the piney woods, which includes the likes of Tyler and Longview, one of the best ways to experience it is on the road.

One of the top rated attractions is The Alamo, a white stone chapel in south central Texas. It welcomes millions of visitors every year. The famous chapel marks the entrance into the site, and visitors can see the Long Barracks and countless artifacts. The River Walk, or Paseo del Rio, is a San Antonio treasure and the largest urban ecosystem in the nation. Tucked quietly below street level and only steps from the Alamo, it provides a serene and pleasant way to navigate the city. The San Antonio River Walk is 15 miles long including the Downtown, Mission and Museum Reaches.