Austin Bergstrom AUS
College Station, Easterwood CLL
Corpus Christi CRP
Dallas Love Field DAL
Dallas Ft.Worth DFW
Ft. Worth Meacham
Harlingen, Rio Grande Valley HRL
Houston, George Bush IAH
Houston, Ellington Field EFD
Houston, William P. Hobby HOU
McAllen Miller MFE
San Antonio SAT
Tyler, Pounds Field
Texas is best traveled by car; in the larger cities like Dallas or Houston driving is all but essential. Greyhound routes operate between major cities of the east and central areas, buses serve the Gulf Coast, Rio Grande Valley, West Texas and the Panhandle. Amtrak trains pass through Texas: The Texas Eagle travels between Chicago and San Antonio, stopping in Dallas and Austin; while the Sunset Limited stops in Houston, Alpine and El Paso on its way between Orlando and Los Angeles. An Amtrak Thruway bus links San Antonio with Laredo. Flying saves time and can be very cheap, look out for price wars among the carriers.
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INFORMATION FOR VISITORS TO TEXAS
Central Texas has two pleasant cities: San Antonio and Austin the capital city and home to the University of Texas.
The northeastern oil fields near Tyler is the richest ever found in the US. In addition to oil, agriculture has become a major commercial player, with logging important in the dense forests of the east. The Metroplex, which includes Dallas and Fort Worth contain the main tourist attractions. If you enjoy exploring small-town America by car try the north and east. The national forests of Sam Houston, Davy Crockett, Angelina and Sabine in the east offer great outdoor living - Contact Forest Supervisor Tel: 713-632-4446 in Lufkin, half way between Davy Crockett and Angelina on US-59, for details on free and private camping. Fans of the movie will want to check out Paris, Texas, northeast on US-82.
The Panhandle has great natural resources, helium - around Amarillo - oil and agriculture, bring a lot of wealth, the region has some of the world's largest ranches.
The coastline of south Texas stretches from Port Arthur on the border with Louisiana, down past Houston, to the Rio Grande on the border with Mexico. Houston dominates everything with its great wealth.
West Texas is the real Wild West with parched deserts and ghost towns, but the fantasy really begins west of the River Pecos; you can drive for hours without a sign of life to El Paso. Most travelers go this route to explore Big Bend National Park, nearly three hundred miles southeast of El Paso in the curve of the Rio Grande.
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