(13 days / 12 nights - Begins & Ends Dallas)
Tour Itinerary

Day 01 - Dallas Arrival
Arrive Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport. Pick up your car and transfer independently to your hotel. Hotel: Best Western Dallas Hotel or similar

Day 02 - Dallas – Austin
Driving Distance e: 207 mi./333 km.
This morning at 08:00 hours you will be met by your representative and provided with a welcome kit which includes driving instructions, vouchers, maps, and brochures of the places you are about to visit. Then head out for the capital city of Texas, home to the handsome State Capitol Building and the Texas State History Museum. Austin is a lively city that bills itself as the “Live Music Capital of the World” because of the large number and variety of live music venues located throughout the city, especially in entertainment districts such as Sixth Street and the Warehouse Districts.
Hotel: Red Roof Inn Austin South or similar

Day 03 - Austin – Houston
Driving Distance e: 201 mi./323 km.
Discover Houston’s past in Heritage Park amid the skyscrapers of downtown Houston. Visit the nearby Johnson Space Center for a fascinating history of America’s love affair with outer space. Hotel: Holiday Inn Select Houston or similar

Day 04 - Houston – Corpus Christi
Driving Distance e: 213 mi./342 km.
Take a short drive to the island community of Galveston, filled with Victorian reminders of its reign as Texas’ leading port. Galveston dominated commerce along the Gulf until its growth was halted by a hurricane. Then head for Corpus Christi, a seaport specializing as Texas’ playground. Hotel: Best Western Marina Grand Hotel or similar

Day 05 - Corpus Christi – San Antonio
Driving Distance e: 149 mi./239 km.
See the open range and farmland of early German settlers on the way to San Antonio. San Antonio’s unique blend of cultures makes it one of the most charming cities in the U.S. Your hotel for two nights is located in the heart of San Antonio within easy walking distance of the major sites.
Hotel: Red Roof Inn or similar

Day 06 - San Antonio
Stroll along the Riverwalk or visit El Mercado of the Alamo City. The Spanish Governor’s Palace or one of the many Spanish missions will take you into the historical heritage of this charming city. But most of all, remember the Alamo and visit the site of the courageous battle between a handful of Texans and Santa Ana’s vast army, which was instrumental in creating the Republic of Texas.

Day 07 - San Antonio – Pecos
Driving Distance e: 330 mi./530 km.
The rolling hill country was the site of early settlements in mid-Texas. The farmers had to battle infertile earth and marauding Comanches to survive here. Overnight in Pecos. Hotel: La Quinta Inn Fort Stockton or similar

Day 08 - Pecos – El Paso
Driving Distance e: 240 mi./386 km.
The City of El Paso is located on the westernmost tip of the state of Texas and is on the US/Mexico border. Its proximity to Mexico helps promote the best the two worlds have to offer, and El Pasoans have long enjoyed the benefits of being situated between three states and two nations. El Paso’s climate – typical of the desert southwest– the fact that it is located at the base of the Franklin Mountains, and its mix of cultures and traditions makes the Sun City a unique and interesting place to visit.
Hotel: La Quinta Inn Cielo Vista or similar

Day 09 - El Paso – Albuquerque
Driving Distance e: 269 mi./433 km.
Leave El Paso and cross into New Mexico. Between the mountains and the mesas runs a river, and astride it stands a city that embodies the diversity of cultures and breadth of ideals that are uniquely American. It is Albuquerque. Hotel: Red Roof Inn & Suites Midtown or similar

Day 10 - Albuquerque
Albuquerque is a city full of exciting attractions and events, from Historic Old Town, where the Villa of Albuquerque was founded in 1706, to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, the most popular ballooning event in the world. The code of the West rules here in spirit as you venture north through Pecos County where giants and legends, such as Pecos Bill, are made. Look for deer, javelinas, jackrabbits, and coyote as you journey across this seemingly uninhabitable terrain.

Day 11 - Albuquerque – Santa Fe – Amarillo
Driving Distance e: 341 mi./549 km.
Unique to this area are the Pinyon pines, which produce an edible nut considered a gourmet delicacy in the West. Continue eastward to the panhandle of Texas and hopefully you’ll get a glimpse of the Texas blue sky or a towering thundercloud, both prevalent features of this flat plain. Amarillo was once a railhead town for cattle shipments to the North. The cattle industry remains an important element of the city’s economy. Amarillo is well known for its Cadillac graveyard. Hotel: La Quinta Amarillo or similar

Day 12 - Amarillo – Dallas
Driving Distance e: 370 mi./590 km.
Drive eastward today to Palo Duro Canyon and see artifacts of pre- Pueblo inhabitants. Then continue south toward Dallas. Cotton fields and grain silos flank the highway en route to Dallas today. Hotel: Best Western Dallas Hotel or similar

Day 13 - Dallas Departure
Return your rental car at the airport before your departure flight

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