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The central region of Texas encompasses a large section of the state, from San Antonio in the South to Waco in the north. Central Texas is dominated by the distinctive Hill Country, a region characterized by gently rolling, wooded hills and, in spring, brilliant carpets of bluebonnets.

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The area is well known for its hiking, and offers a large network of spring-fed rivers, picturesque lakes, and a variety of landscapes from craggy scrub deserts to lush, green forests and farmland. It’s also known for its caverns, including the Cascade Cavern, which offers the sight of a nine-storey underground waterfall, and the Longhorn Cavern State Park, where visitors can tour a complicated network of limestone caves.

Much of Central Texas is rural and agricultural, but this area also offers some of the state’s most popular urban destinations. Austin has an excellent music scene and a young, cosmopolitan crowd, as well as the University of Texas and a wide variety of cultural and artistic attractions. San Antonio is a cosmopolitan city with a population of approximately 1.4 million, featuring plenty of artistic, cultural, architectural, and historical attractions.

Fredericksburg, combining a strong German influence with Texas cowboy culture, is a unique city to visit as well. Here, you’ll find beer gardens and strong brewing tradition, as well as plenty of antique stores, shops and galleries, and other attractions.

The area is also known for its wineries. People have been cultivating grape vines for more than four hundred years in Texas, giving the state one of the oldest and most established winemaking traditions in the country. Approximately 5 million people visit the wineries of the Hill Country every year.

More off-the-beaten-path attractions include San Marcos, Salado, Georgetown, and Waco—all smaller towns with thriving downtown areas, plenty of local restaurants and boutiques, and historical and cultural attractions.

Central Texas and the Hill Country are not to be missed if you’re visiting the state. Whether you’re interested in adventuring in the caverns, hiking the picturesque hills, or exploring the local shops, galleries, stores, and restaurants in the area’s cities and towns, the area has plenty to offer visitors of all ages.

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