This cool map of the Hill Country captures the essence of Central Texas
If you want to get a sense of the Hill Country in one image, this is it. This colorful map, which was created by TexasHillCountry.com and artist Kevin Middleton, captures all the nuance and uniqueness that has made the Texas Hill Country a destination on a number of popular travel lists.
The Ultimate Texas Hill Country Road Trip Is Right Here - And You'll Want To Take It
Google Maps 1. Jacob’s Well Flickr/fizzboy Flickr/paddymurphy We're starting off our trip at Jacob's Well, arguably the most famous swimming hole in Texas. Spend an hour or so in the water, maybe daring to swim over the well in hopes it won't suck you in and pull you down to its darkest depths. If you're really feeling adventurous, a few of the rocks above the well are positioned…
Founded in 1846, and settled by immigrants overflowing from nearby New Braunfels, Fredericksburg is steeped in a rich German heritage which is dominant in their style of buildings, celebration of festivals, and offerings of authentic restaurant fare. With all of the engaging activities, enjoyable stops, palate-pleasing foodie ops, and the welcoming atmosphere of the locals, we think that it will quickly become a favorite of yours as well.