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When to visit based on price

Quite opposite to what one would expect, the summer months are an excellent time to visit Austin for low rates, if you can stand the heat. If the heat is an issue, your still in luck because winter months are also a good time to find lower rates and less crowds. Therefore, plan to visit between November and February and the months of July and August.

Key Attractions

Definitely work some of your time while visiting Austin, Texas, the LBJ Presidential Library houses over 650,000 photographs, millions of documents, and recorded phone conversations. If you’ve never visited a presidential library, you’ll never regret visiting this one.
The Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum is another “don’t miss’ opportunities for you to learn the history of Texas. This is one of the top destination attractions for visitors to Austin.
Jump into your jeans, grab a hat, loose those high heels, and find yourself a trail ride. If you’ve never been on a horse before, or have, riding in Texas is the ultimate thing to do in the state of Texas.

Having Fun

Ever felt that jumping out of a plane would be a kick? You can get the same experience in a safe environment at iFLY Indoor Skydiving, where you float on a cushion of air. Have no fear, there’s a experienced instructor right next to you during your “free-fall”.
Take a tour downtown and get off your feet with a Pedicab. You can use the Pedicab service to get to destinations, go and return from dinner, or for an evening at the bar scene. The best thing is they are cheaper than a cab and the perfect “designated driver”.
One of the most fun experiences in Austin, especially during the summer is to take the Lake Travis Zip Line Tour. Strap on your “GoPro”, get harnessed in, and away you go, reaching speeds of 60 MPH as you fly over the lake.

Shopping

Your shopping experience can vary depending on taste and age. There are areas near the college campus where teens can go wild, area’s where you can find antiques from the 1700’s, and malls with top of line cookware.
Austin’s newest mall is the Domaine Shopping Center North, where you can find quality deals at Maggiano’s, Sur la Table and Neiman-Marcus to name a few.
Another excellent shopping district is the Arboretum Market, with high end stores including Louis Vuitton, Coach, Saks Fifth Ave and Victoria Secret.

Nearby

If barbeque is your thing and you want to experience some of the best outside of Austin, take a day trip to Lockhart, Texas. Rumor has it they cook the best barbeque in the world. With world famous barbeque joints like Kreux, Black’s and Smitty’s to choose from, you be the judge.
Another excellent choice for a day trip, and one famous in our history, there’s the town of San Antonio. Who hasn’t heard of the Alamo, Davie Crocket and Daniel Boone who died for the freedom of Texas? When you walk the ruins of this historic old monastery, you can almost hear Santa Anna’s cannon’s firing.
While your there, you have to visit the River Walk, and its excellent and famous restaurants and clubs.

Hyatt Regency Austin



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$229

Omni Austin Hotel at Southpark



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$107

Holiday Inn Express Austin North Central



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$91

Red Roof Inn PLUS+ Austin South



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$58

The Westin Austin at The Domain



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$169

Lone Star Court, by Valencia Hotel Group



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$159

Super 8 by Wyndham Austin University/Downtown Area



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$60

Americas Best Value Inn Austin University



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$42

Best Western Plus Austin Central



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$88

Hampton Inn & Suites Austin - Downtown / Convention Center



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$169

Embassy Suites Austin Central



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$122