Texas Flights GuideTexans like to say "Don't mess with Texas" because of their pride for the Lone Star state. It's the second largest state in America and Texans also like to say that "everything is bigger in Texas" - even Texas toast, served alongside their famous barbeque and chili. Their most famous landmark is the Alamo in San Antonio for its history - this is where Texas claimed its liberty. Its also home to the Palo Duro Canyon and the Big Bend National Park.
Texas is very hot and dry, especially in its summer months of June through August - but its many large cities offer a diverse range of activities and attractions. Visit Houston, Austin, Dallas, and Fort Worth - or head to the coast, as the South Padre Islands are a great vacation spot for the hotter days. Fly into Dallas Fort Worth, George Bush Intercontinental, or Austin-Bergstrom International. Because of the extreme heat in the Texas summer, opt to visit in September, October, or March through May for cooler temperatures.
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