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  • The second largest state in America, Texas is a leisure wonderland with an abundance of sunshine, spectacular countryside and sensational cities.

    • The Alamo

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    • Horse Riding in Hill Country

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    • Cowboy Boots

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    • Fort Worth Stockyard

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    • Downtown Houston

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    • Longhorn Cattle

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    • Flags in Dallas

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    • Fiesta Noche del Rio, San Antonio

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    • Battleship Texas

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    • Texas Capitol Building

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    • Bandera Saloon

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    • Dallas Cowboys

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    • Corpus Christi

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    Welcome to the Wild West. This south-west region of the USA delivers amazing sights, sites and experiences at every turn. There are vast open spaces, exciting cities, charming old world gems and outdoor activities, all coated with a unique layer of Tex-Mex style and flair. Find your inner John Wayne and soak up the atmosphere

    A big state with a bigger heart

    America’s second largest state, Texas doesn’t do anything in small doses. There’s the glittering city of shopping-heaven Dallas along with heritage-rich and relatively ‘petite’, but lively Austin which is surrounded by wilderness. Then there’s the gateway city of Houston, home to the nation’s space programme with a deserved reputation for its restaurant scene. American lifestyle fuses with Mexican flair in elegant San Antonio where the Tex-Mex cuisine, colourful history, charming boutiques and romantic evening river walks ensure a memorable stay. San Antonio is also where you’ll find The Alamo, which dates back to 1724 and is a UNESCO World Heritage site. Texas’ wide-open spaces beckon with dude-ranching, hiking trails and other outdoor pursuits whilst the theme parks and 900 golf courses are just the start of the entertainment and activities on offer. Don’t forget that Texas has its own coastline too – Galveston and Corpus Christi are the key coastal cities and the places to drink in the sea air as you wander around the waterfront before a delicious seafood dinner.

    No trip to Texas is complete without a stay on a ranch. From horseback riding to learning how to rope, the working dude ranches found in Texas are a great place to learn all about the cowboy culture and see how a real ranch works, while getting your hands dirty and helping out. The small town of Bandera, located in the beautiful Texas Hill Country, is the self proclaimed 'Cowboy Capital of the World' and features an abundance of ranches, honky tonks and small stores.  Every Friday night throughout summer, the town rodeo takes place and is an iconic Texan spectacle. 

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      If you fancy staying on a ranch in Texas, you can choose from a guest ranch (more like a hotel with riding), a working ranch (where you can get stuck in with the ranch hands) or a traditional dude ranch (somewhere between the two!).

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      No visit to San Antonio, Texas is complete without a visit to The Alamo and a meander along the Riverwalk with its array of bars and restaurants, many of which have live entertainment in the evenings.

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      No visit to Houston is complete without a trip to the NASA Space Centre. Admission is also included in the Houston City Pass.

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      Explore the German heritage of Texas' Hill Country region, by visiting the shops and attractions of historic Fredericksburg. Feast on German fare and music at the famous Oktoberfest in late September.

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      Discover world famous BBQ food in Austin at Franklins BBQ restaurant. Should you not be a fan of BBQ food, then sample one of the many food trucks around the city.

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      See 'America's Team', the Dallas Cowboys American Football team at the AT & T Stadium in Arlington. Contact us for details on tickets.

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      Friday night is Rodeo night in Bandera throughout the summer months. Make sure you don't miss the opportunity to see real cowboys taking part in events such as roping, barrel racing and bull riding.

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  • Texas Sights, Sands & Saddles

    Begins in Dallas, Texas and ends in Houston, Texas

    15 Days / 14 Nights

    Departures: year round

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    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation.
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Cowboy

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    • Longhorn Cattle

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    • Austin

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    • Horse Riding

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    • Capitol Building, Austin

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    • Riverwalk, San Antonio

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    Arrive Dallas

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Dallas. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel where you will spend the first two nights of your Texas adventure. The ninth largest city in the United States, Dallas offers great shopping, dining and entertainment to its visitors, and is home to the Dallas Art District boasting numerous museums and galleries. We suggest a visit to the Sixth Floor Museum at Dealey Plaza, located at the very spot from where Lee Harvey Oswald allegedly shot John F Kennedy. The museum examines the life and death of the much loved former president.

    Hotel: Fairmont Dallas

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    Fort Worth

    It’s a short 30 minute drive today as you head towards the cowboy city of Fort Worth. Experience the wonderful art galleries in the city’s Cultural District, enjoy shopping in the 35-block Sundance Square, visit the Fort Worth Zoo and immerse yourself into true cowboy culture at the Stockyards National Historic District. After buying your own Stetson and spurred boots we recommend you visit Billy Bob’s, the world’s largest honkytonk, where a live rodeo takes places every Friday and Saturday night.

    Hotel: Hilton Fort Worth

    33Mi/53Km

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    Ranching in Graham

    It's just an hour and a half drive east to Graham. The quaint Texan towns and beautifully scenic vistas en route make it a pleasurable journey. We've allowed three nights at Wildcatter Ranch as there is so much to keep you entertained. Your stay includes a horseback trail ride each day, crossing some of the ranch's beautiful 1,500 acres, as well as either archery or skeet shooting each afternoon. In addition, you can feed the Longhorns their breakfasts, canoe Conner Creek, hike the trails or just relax by the pool. Breakfast and dinner at Wildcatter Steakhouse is also included.

    Hotel: Wildcatter Ranch

    80Mi/129Km

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    Austin

    Today’s drive takes you south to Austin; the state capital, renowned for its lively music scene. Country, rock ‘n’ roll, blues, jazz and Latin can be heard throughout nearly 200 music venues. By day, explore the history of Texas State at The Texas Bob Bullock Texas State Museum and take a stroll around Ladybird Lake. By night, sample barbeque and Tex-Mex culinary specialities at a wide choice of restaurants, and watch the nightly spectacle where around 750,000 bats swarm from the Congress Bridge at sunset.

    Hotel: The Driskill

    227Mi/365Km

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    San Antonio

    Leaving the vibrant state capital behind, make the short journey to San Antonio where we have allowed three nights to enjoy this popular area. Discover the iconic Alamo on a historic city tour, sample original Tex-Mex cuisine, experience the largest Mexican market north of the Rio Grande and explore the famous River Walk; a network of cobblestone paths that run along the river connecting cafes, hotels, shops and theatres. San Antonio is a very pretty city with lots of character and attractions for its visitors.

    Hotel: Omni La Mansion Del Rio

    79Mi/127Km

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    Houston

    Get ready for another big city experience, as today you journey east to the USA’s fourth largest city; Houston. Comprising a number of distinct districts, enjoy world-class ballet, opera and performing arts in city’s Theatre District, visit the many museums in the Museum District, and indulge at Houston Galleria; one of America’s largest shopping malls in the Galleria District. We suggest you visit the NASA Space Center Houston where America’s fascinating history of passion for outer space comes to life.

    Hotel: Omni Houston

    192Mi/309Km

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    Journey home

    Time for some last minute relaxation before making your way to Houston Airport, to return your rental car and checking in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2918 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    A one way drop off charge on the car hire is not included and payable locally.

    Route 66

    Begins in Chicago, Illinois and ends in Los Angeles, California

    23 Days / 22 Nights

    Departures: year round

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    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation.
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book

    One of the most renowned driving routes in the world, historic Route 66 spans across North America, from Chicago in the east to Los Angeles in the west. Covering over 2,000 miles, it takes three weeks or longer to complete the journey in its entirety so we have created three options to choose from: the entire journey (Chicago to Los Angeles); Chicago to Albuquerque or Oklahoma City to Los Angeles. The journeys shown are based on car rental, however motorbikes or motorhomes can be substituted should you prefer them.

    Alternative Durations

    Should you not have a full 23 days available to do the full length of Route 66, then we can offer shorter duration trips for you to enjoy 'the mother road'. Please see details below:

    Duration: 15 days / 14 nights 

    Starts Chicago and ends Albuquerque

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    Starts Oklahoma City and ends Los Angeles 

    • Route 66 Museum

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    • Gas Station on Route 66

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    Arrive Chicago

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Chicago. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel. Chicago is one of the most popular US cities and it’s easy to see why. A myriad of attractions and the fabled ‘Magnificent Mile’ of shopping keep its visitors entertained and the cultural mix provides for fabulous dining options too.

    Hotel: Palmer House, A Hilton Hotel

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    Springfield

    Make your way to Jackson Boulevard at Lake Shore Drive this morning, considered the official starting place of Route 66. Stop at the Route 66 Welcome Centre in Joliet, see a 28-foot-tall spaceman in Wilmington and have a bite to eat at the Cozy Dog Drive-In in Springfield before arriving at your hotel.

    Hotel: President Abraham Lincoln DoubleTree, Springfield

    202Mi/325Km

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    St. Louis

    Have lunch at the Ariston Café in Litchfield, which is one of the oldest restaurants on Route 66. Stop at Henry’s Rabbit Ranch where a replica of a vintage gas station and displays of highway memorabilia can be found, and make a slight detour to walk across the old Chain of Rocks Bridge in Madison, the longest pedestrian bridge in the world.

    Hotel: St Louis Union Station DoubleTree

    96Mi/155Km

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    Springfield

    Leaving the Mississippi River behind today, you’ll travel through the picturesque Ozark Mountains towards the small city of Springfield, Missouri. A stop at the Meramec Caverns near Stanton is a must.

    Hotel: DoubleTree by HIlton Springfield

    289Mi/465Km

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    Tulsa

    You’ll cross three states today; you’ll leave Missouri, briefly drive through Kansas and arrive in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Along the way, stop at the ‘4 Women on The Route’ restored gas station in Galena, cross the Rainbow Curve Bridge in Baxter Springs, visit the Route 66 Packard Museum in Afton, see the world’s largest Totem Pole in Foyil and peruse the giant Blue Whale in Catoosa.

    Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton, Tulsa

    113Mi/182Km

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    Oklahoma City

    It’s a short drive today past the Cherokee Outlet towards Oklahoma City. Walk around the Oklahoma City Zoo or botanical gardens and visit the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum.

    Hotel: Sheraton Oklahoma Downtown

    107Mi/173Km

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    Amarillo

    Today’s drive brings you into the cowboy state of Texas. Stop en route at the entertaining Sand Hills Curiosity Shop in Erick, visit the U-Drop Inn in Shamrock, the Devil’s Rope Barbed Wire Museum in McLean, the leaning water tower in Groom and the VW Slug Bug Ranch in Conway, where five VW Beetles are buried nose-down in the ground.

    Hotel: Courtyard Amarillo Downtown

    260Mi/419Km

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    Santa Fe

    Briefly taking the I-40 which replaced the old Route 66, you’ll witness ghost towns which were once thriving when Route 66 was a major highway. Stop at the Midpoint Café in Adrian, which marks the midpoint of the old Route 66, equidistantly 1139 miles from Los Angeles and Chicago. We have allowed a full day in Santa Fe, which is America’s oldest state capital, to relax and explore.

    Hotel: Inn & Spa at Loretto

    279Mi/449Km

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    Albuquerque

    It’s a short but scenic journey to Albuquerque, so why not venture off the freeway along the Turquoise Trail National Scenic Byway? You’ll enjoy breathtaking views from atop Sandia Crest, and pass through the mining towns of Los Cerrillos, Madrid and Golden. Albuquerque is the largest city in New Mexico and is full of exciting attractions such as the historic downtown and city zoo.

    Hotel: DoubleTree by Hilton Albuquerque

    61Mi/98Km

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    Gallup

    Enjoy a hearty breakfast at the 66 Diner on Central Avenue before getting back on the road. Stop at Grants, where some of the historic Route 66 motels and shops still exist, before arriving in the old railroad town of Gallup on the western edge of New Mexico. Visit the historic El Rancho Hotel and drive down motel row, which sparkles with vintage neon motel signs.

    Hotel: Hilton Garden Inn Gallup

    140Mi/226Km

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    Flagstaff

    Crossing the border into Arizona, today’s drive promises some great sights. Stop at the Petrified Forest; the only National Park to contain a section of historic Route 66, pass through the ghost town of Two Guns, stop for a photo in Winslow and visit the Meteor Crater. In Flagstaff, we recommend you take time to explore the historic downtown area.

    Hotel: Little America Hotel, Flagstaff

    186Mi/299Km

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    Kingman

    Back on the road, you’ll enjoy stops in Williams, where the Grand Canyon Railroad takes passengers to the Grand Canyon, and Seligman, which is rich in Route 66 nostalgia including the famous Snow Cap Drive-In. Kingman is home to the Route 66 Museum, as well as many scenic walking trails.

    Hotel: Best Western Plus, A Wayfarer's Inn

    167Mi/269Km

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    Barstow

    Leaving Arizona behind, you cross the magnificent Mojave Desert en route towards California - which is the last state on the Route 66 journey. We suggest a stop at the small Wild West-style town of Oatman, where gift shops, saloon bars and live shows are sure to entertain, before crossing the Colorado River and arriving in California.

    Hotel: Best Western Plus Desert Villa Inn

    207Mi/333Km

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    Santa Monica

    There is plenty to see on the final stretch of Route 66. Stop at the Route 66 Museum in Victorville, see the Wigwam Motel and the McDonald’s Restaurant Museum in San Bernardino and enjoy a fresh orange juice at Bono’s Big Orange in Fontana. You’ll drive through West Hollywood and Beverly Hills before reaching Santa Monica Pier, the official end of Route 66! We have allowed a three night stay in Santa Monica for you to relax and enjoy the many attractions of Los Angeles.

    Hotel: Fairmont Miramar Hotel & Bungalows

    131Mi/211Km

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    Journey home

    Take the short drive to Los Angeles Airport, return your rental car and check-in for your flight back to the UK.

    13Mi/21Km

    Prices

    From £3092 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    Alternative Durations

    Duration: 15 days / 14 nights 

    Starts Chicago and ends Albuquerque

    From £2165 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

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    Starts Oklahoma City and ends Los Angeles 

    From £2415 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    One way drop off charge on car hire is not included in these prices and is payable locally.

    PLEASE NOTE: Due to the nature of the route involved and locations visited, some hotels featured are tourist class only. Should you wish to stay in higher graded properties please let us know and we will amend the route accordingly.

    A Texas Adventure

    Begins in Austin, Texas and ends in Houston, Texas

    13 Days/12 Nights

    Departures: Year round

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    Your fly drive includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Intermediate 4 door car hire, including insurances and satellite navigation.
    • Accommodations as stated
    • Personalised Road Book
    • Bandera Saloon

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    • Downtown Austin

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    • Austin City Hall

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    • Downtown Fredericksburg

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    • Lukenbach

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    • The Alamo, San Antonio

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    • San Antonio Riverwalk

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    • Houston Mural

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    • Museum of Science, Houston

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    • Kemah Boadwalk, Houston

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    Arrive Austin

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Austin. Upon arrival, collect your rental car and proceed to your hotel where you will spend the first three nights of this Texas adventure.

    Hotel: Fairmont Austin

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    Austin

    Austin is the state capital and renowned for its lively music scene. Country, rock ‘n’ roll, blues, jazz and Latin can be heard throughout nearly 200 music venues. By day, explore the history of Texas State at The Texas Bob Bullock Texas State Museum and take a stroll around Ladybird Lake. By night, sample barbeque and Tex-Mex culinary specialities at a wide choice of restaurants, and watch the nightly spectacle where around 750,000 bats swarm from the Congress Bridge at sunset.

    Hotel: Fairmont Austin

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    Fredericksburg

    Leaving the big city behind, you will drive west to the historic town of Fredericksburg where you will experience a very different pace of life. This beautiful town is nestled in stunning Hill Country; in the heart of Wine Country, with a vibrant art and live music scene. Perhaps during your stay, you may choose to take a romantic horse-drawn carriage ride through the iconic historic district or spend the afternoon wine tasting on 290 Wine Road. We also recommend a visit to Downtown Lukenbach, which consists of just three buildings - a ramshackle tavern/general store, a blacksmith shop and an old-time dance hall - but this is also where Willie Nelson wrote a number of his songs, bringing it to fame.

    Hotel: Hoffman Haus

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    Bandera (Ranching)

    Today you will make the short drive to the Cowboy Capital of the World - Bandera, where you'll enjoy a two night stay at a traditional cowboy ranch. Wake up with a horseback ride to a cowboy cook-out breakfast, or stay at the corral where traditional meals are served. Mayan offers numerous daytime activities, and in the evening you can enjoy music and entertainment at the ranch or in nearby downtown, which has traditional-styled saloons and even a line-dancing hall. Two horseback rides are included daily, with horses suitable for beginners and intermediate riders.

    Hotel: Mayan Dude Ranch

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    San Antonio

    Leaving cowboy country behind, it is just a short and scenic journey to San Antonio. This city boasts so many attractions and experiences that we have allowed three nights for you to enjoy this popular area. Discover the iconic Alamo on a historic city tour, sample original Tex-Mex cuisine, experience the largest Mexican market north of the Rio Grande and explore the famous River Walk; a network of cobblestone paths that run along the river connecting cafes, hotels, shops and theatres.

    Hotel: Omni La Mansion del Rio

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    Houston

    Get ready for another big city experience, as today you journey east to the USA’s fourth largest city; Houston. Comprising a number of distinct districts, enjoy world-class ballet, opera and performing arts in city’s Theatre District, visit the many museums in the Museum District, and indulge at Houston Galleria; one of America’s largest shopping malls in the Galleria District. We suggest you visit the NASA Space Center Houston where America’s fascinating history and passion for outer space comes to life. En route, perhaps call at Kemah Broadwalk's amusement park. This quaint little waterfront village area offers a number of restaurants lining the stunning marina.

    Hotel: Aloft Houston Downtown

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    Journey home

    Time for some last minute shopping or sightseeing, before making your way to Houston Airport, returning your rental car and checking in for your flight back to the UK.

    Prices

    From £2532 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

    A one way drop off charge on the car hire is not included and payable locally.

  • Historic Route 66

    Begins in Chicago, Illinois and ends in Los Angeles, California

    14 Days / 13 Nights

    Departures: June, July and August

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    Your escorted tour includes:

    • Round trip scheduled flights
    • Accommodations as specified
    • Transportation in a custom-made vehicle
    • Services of a Grand American Adventure tour leader
    • Classic tour
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    • Route 66

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    • Pontiac Town Mural, Illinois

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    • Gateway Arch, St. Louis

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    • Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede in Branson

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    • Route 66 Museum, Oklahoma

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    • Cadillac Ranch, Amarillo

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    • El Morro National Monument

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    • Grand Canyon National Park

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    • Las Vegas

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    • Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles

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    Arrive Chicago

    Depart the UK on your chosen scheduled flight to Chicago. Upon arrival, transfer to your hotel, where a welcome meeting will be held in your hotel for you to meet your tour leader and fellow travelling companions. Relax and enjoy the remainder of your day by grabbing a slice of deep-dish pizza before venturing up the Willis Tower, or take to the streets for your very own walking tour along the shores of Lake Michigan.

    Hotel: Cambria Hotel

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    Springfield

    After leaving Chicago, your first stop on your Route 66 holiday is the town of Pontiac to see the fantastic Main Street murals celebrating Route 66, the Pontiac automobile brand, and local cultural and political history. A collection of more than 150 artists known as the `Walldogs' painted a collection of 18 murals in just four days in the summer of 2009. Then you'll head south to the iconic Route 66 stop of Springfield, the capital of Illinois. Springfield's favourite son was Abraham Lincoln and you'll pay a visit to the Lincoln Home National Historic Site, the home that he lived in with his wife, Mary Todd Lincoln, from 1844 until 1861 when he became US President. Springfield is also the birthplace of the corndog and drive-thru restaurants, so make sure you arrive with an empty stomach!

    Hotel: The State House Inn

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    St Louis

    From Springfield, it's only a couple of hours drive to St Louis, Missouri. St Louis is one of the largest cities in the USA with a metropolitan population of over 2.8 million. Founded in 1764 it became a major port on the Mississippi River and even hosted the Olympic Games in 1904. The Gateway Arch commemorates the settlement of America's West and it was from here that countless pioneers set out to conquer the wild frontier. Stop at Ted Drewes, an iconic Route 66 tour attraction, where you can try a 'Concrete', an extremely thick milkshake made from vanilla frozen custard. Spend the evening checking out the city's vibrant nightlife at your leisure.

    Hotel: Drury Plaza Hotel St. Louis at the Arch

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    Branson

    Home to Dolly Parton's Dixie Stampede and considered an alternative version of The Strip, country music is to Branson what gambling is to Las Vegas. With over 50 dinner theatres, shows and other entertainment oddities, Branson is where it's at in Missouri. It unleashes a hefty dose of pure Americana and a wonderful playlist to enjoy it to.

    Hotel: Grand Plaza Hotel Branson (Breakfast included )

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    Oklahoma City

    Today you will make your way to Oklahoma, with more driveable miles of the old highway than any other state, it's a mecca for fans of the 'Mother Road'. Oklahoma City is the capital and the largest city in the state. You spend a couple of nights here and can enjoy a full day discovering some of the city's many cultural attractions. Visit the Route 66 Vintage Iron Motorcycle Museum and the historic Coleman Theatre - built in the late 1920s in the era of vaudeville and silent films. Oklahoma is also the gateway to cowboy country so what could be a better introduction to the 'Wild West' than an optional visit to the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. A top tip is to swing by the many food trucks scattered around the city and sample some local flavours at reasonable prices.

    Hotel: Sheraton Oklahoma City Downtown Hotel (Breakfast included)

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    Amarillo

    Amarillo in the state of Texas is your destination for today. Before you leave Oklahoma and get on your 'Way to Amarillo', you'll visit the 'official' Route 66 Museum to learn about the legends surrounding the road you're travelling on, and make a short stop at Lucille's Service Station & Roadhouse. Then you make your way to the Big Texan Steak Ranch for a steak meal (optional). If you can eat a 72-oz. steak in less than one hour, you get it for free! This is 'Man Vs Food' for real!

    Hotel: Drury Inn and Suites (Breakfast included)

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    Albuquerque

    Your Route 66 road trip continues with a visit to the Cadillac Ranch, where 10 classic cars are buried nose-down in the dirt. The owners encourage graffiti, so you can grab a spray can and leave your mark! After a short driving time, you reach the Midpoint Café, the midway point between Chicago and Los Angeles, which is famous for hot coffee and rolls. Today you make a stop at Tucumcari Post and Curios, an eccentric souvenir store and drive through the Tijeras Canyon which cuts the Southern Rocky Mountains from east to west.

    Hotel: Nativo Lodge (Breakfast included)

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    Gallup

    Drive along the Rio Puerco Valley to Inscription Rock, a cliff face at El Morro National Monument where you can observe Native American petroglyphs. Cross the Continental Divide en route to Gallup. Stay at the El Rancho Hotel, a little slice of history which counts John Wayne and Katherine Hepburn amongst its famous guests.

    Hotel: El Rancho Hotel

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    Grand Canyon (South Rim)

    Stop at the Petrified Forest National Park to see the different colours of rock layered on top of each other. Pass through Winslow and see the location mentioned in The Eagles' lyric, "standin' on the corner in Winslow, Arizona". The Grand Canyon is the ultimate symbol of the Desert Southwest and a spectacle not to be missed. It's not on the original Route 66, but it's so close it would be a crime to pass it by! This incredible natural wonder is difficult to comprehend. You'll have plenty of opportunity to explore the park at your own pace. In your free time, we highly recommend a scenic helicopter flight over the canyon, which offers perspectives that you simply can't see visiting on foot. Venture down the Bright Angel Trail to Plateau Point, or stroll along the more leisurely West Rim Trail and catch a shuttle bus out to Hermit's Rest. Finish your day by watching the amazing IMAX film, 'The Grand Canyon Experience', and enjoy a spectacular sunset over one of the world's natural wonders!

    Hotel: Red Feather Lodge

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    Las Vegas

    The historic Route 66 town of Seligman and its Snow Cap Diner makes for a quirky stop on route to Vegas, especially since it’s filled to the brim with pure Americana. Once in Vegas and if it's gambling you want, you’ve come to the right place, as nowhere else in the world will you find so many casinos. In Las Vegas you'll enjoy a city tour to discover some of the quirky things that epitomise this city, as well as learning about some of its colourful history. You also have time for some last-minute shopping and to relax by the pool before a night out on the town amidst the bright lights and world-class shows.

    Hotel: Golden Nugget Hotel

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    Journey Home

    On your final day, you have the endless sunshine of California in your sights, following Route 66 across the great Mojave Desert to the city of Los Angeles. You'll toast farewell to an epic American road trip and to your new friends, from the iconic Santa Monica Pier, before you transfer to the airport for your flight home.

    Prices

    From £3199 per person based on twin occupancy of Standard rooms in low season. Other prices available on request.

  • Wine Tours of Fredericksburg

    Fredericksburg, Texas

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    • Birdie Wine Tour

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    • Hill Country Vineyard

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    • Winery on the Par Wine Tour

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    • Eagles Wine Tour

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    • Beautiful scenery

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    Par Wine Tour

    Immerse yourself in Fredericksburg’s historic wine country on a guided trip to three popular vineyards. In addition to navigating for you, your guide and designated driver ensures that everyone in your party can enjoy complimentary wine tastings at each location. Refreshments, snacks, and round-trip transport from Fredericksburg hotels are included.

    Eagle Wine Tour

    With a guide/designated driver and round–trip transport from Fredericksburg hotels, you and your party can explore the region’s historic vineyards without the hassle of navigating on your own. Enjoy complimentary wine tastings at each of the five stops on your itinerary, as well as an intimate lunch in the rolling hills.

    Birdie Wine Tour

    Exploring the Fredericksburg wine country on this all-inclusive tour means that there aren’t any hidden expenses—just a day tasting wines in the countryside. This tour not only ensures a safe trip by handling all transportation, but also includes tasting fees, snacks, lunch, and bottled water. With more than 40 wineries to choose from, this guided tour takes out the guesswork by bringing you to four of the best.

    Hole'n One Wine Tour

    Explore the Fredericksburg wine region of Texas during a wine tasting and tour with an expert guide. Travel through the scenic Texas Hill Country, home to over 40 wineries, and experience its history, beauty, and award-winning wines. Your wine tour package includes visits to four wineries of your choice, wine tastings, lunch, and transport. Plus, hotel pickup and drop-off in the Fredericksburg area is included.

    Hill Country Wine Tour

    Go wine tasting in Fredericksburg wine region with a choice of four wine tour packages. Choose a half- or full-day tour that either includes tastings and lunch, or simply provides reliable transportation and informative commentary. With more than 40 wineries established in the hill country and more opening every year, you'll have a great selection of wines to taste. This small-group tour is limited to 14 people, and is perfect for couples, groups and all types of celebrations.

    Prices

    Par Wine Tour

    From £170 per adult

    Eagle Wine Tour

    From £271 per adult

    Birdie Wine Tour

    From £210 per adult

    Hole'n One Wine Tour

    From £271 per adult

    Hill Country Wine Tour

    From £137 per adult

    *Minimum age for all tours is 21+*

    Texas Hill Country and LBJ Ranch Tour with Wine Tasting Options

    San Antonio, Texas

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    • Luckenbach - Population 3

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    • Beautiful gardens at the ranch

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    • Downtown Fredericksburg

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    • Singalong in Lukenbach

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    Take a break from the urban bustle to experience the history and hospitality of Texas Hill Country on this full-day tour from San Antonio. Travel through a serene heartland landscape of vineyards, lavender fields and peach orchards, stopping to taste the local bounty at a winery and explore the area’s German heritage in the town of Fredericksburg. Learn about the life of one of the area’s most famous former residents with a visit to President Lyndon B. Johnson’s boyhood home, his LBJ Ranch and the so-called ‘Texas White House.’

    • Full-day tour of Texas Hill Country from San Antonio
    • Travel along scenic country roads through vineyards, olive groves and peach and pecan orchards
    • Sample Texas wine with an optional tasting
    • Learn about the area's German heritage and opt for a biergarden lunch in the 19th-century town of Fredericksburg
    • Visit the boyhood home and ranch of US President Lyndon B. Johnson
    • Take an optional tour of the Nimitz Museum & National Museum of the Pacific War
    • Enjoy a mix of guided activities and leisure time to explore on your own

    Duration: 8 hours

    Prices

    From £110 per adult

    From £29 per child (aged 6 to 20)

    River Walk Cruise and Hop-On Hop-Off Tour, San Antonio

    San Antonio, Texas

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    • Go Rio Riverwalk Cruise

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    • City Sightseeing Hop on Hop Off Bus

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    Combine two great tours for a comprehensive look at the city of San Antonio. First, enjoy a relaxing, 35-minute River Walk boat cruise along the San Antonio River. Then explore the most popular sites in San Antonio on a scenic hop-on hop-off, double-decker bus tour. Visit popular sites like the Alamo, Pearl Brewery, the San Antonio Museum of Art, Market Square and many more. Select a pass, then board at any of the 19 stops to get to know the city in custom fashion, with live, onboard narration.

    • Take a sightseeing cruise along the San Antonio River
    • Get to know San Antonio on a hop-on hop-off bus tour
    • Visit popular locations in the downtown and Pearl Brewery neighborhoods
    • Enjoy live commentary on board a double-decker bus
    • Fun for the entire family
    Prices

    From £51 per adult

    From £30 per child (aged 5-12)

    Segway Tours of San Antonio

    San Antonio, Texas

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    • Segway outside The Alamo

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    • Segways of San Antonio

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    • Segway Ghost Tour

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    San Antonio Ghost Tour

    Roll through San Antonio's spookier side on an evening haunted history tour by Segway. Perched atop a self-balancing electric scooter, head to some of downtown’s most storied and supposedly haunted locales, where a guide shares tales of notorious gun-slingers, ghosts of the Alamo, and legends of old Indian burial grounds. It’s a frightfully fun way to spend an evening immersed in Texas lore—unlimited spine tingles included!

    Downtown San Antonio Tour

    Explore downtown San Antonio on a two-wheel, self-balancing Segway. Roll through the city, taking in the best sights and attractions. Visit the Alamo and learn about its role in the Texas Revolution, meander along tree-lined pathways in HemisFair Park and bask in bustling energy Houston Street, San Antonio's cultural hub. The 1.5-hour tour includes plenty of picture stops and intriguing guide-provided tidbits along the way.

    Ultimate San Antonio Tour

    Enjoy a 2.5-hour Segway tour of San Antonio, the ultimate way to take in the vibrant city's history and landmarks with an informative guide to show you all the sights. See historic sites including Bexar County Courthouse, the Alamo, Market Place and Milam Park. Cruise down vibrant Houston Street; admire the Cathedral of San Fernando; stop at the Tower of the Americas and see spacious urban parks along the way. Learn from your guide's commentary and stop frequently for photo ops throughout this fun and informative tour.

     

    Prices

    San Antonio Ghost Tour

    From £54 per person

    Downtown San Antonio Tour

    From £54 per person

    Ultimate San Antonio Tour

    From £65 per person

    Grand Historic Tours, San Antonio

    San Antonio, Texas

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    • Mission San Jose

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    • San Antonio Riverwalk

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    • The Alamo

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    • Grand Historic Tour of San Antonio

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    • Japanese Tea Garden

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    The Grand Historic Tour - Full Day

    To truly appreciate San Antonio’s rich history and diverse cultural attractions, embark on a full-day grand city tour complete with entertaining narration and sound effects. Starting from downtown, travel by coach on a carefully planned route that takes you past dozens of points of interest, from historic saloons and UNESCO World Heritage–listed missions to modern highlights like the museum district and botanical gardens. Learn Texas trivia along the way, and stop for a San Antonio–style lunch at the El Mercado old Mexican market.

    • Comprehensive, full-day coach tour of San Antonio's historical sites
    • Explore the city's rich confluence of cultures and fascinating Western history
    • Includes guided narration and sound effects to illustrate historic events
    • See the UNESCO-listed Alamo and other missions
    • Pass by dozens of historic sites and cultural attractions, including the Buckhorn Saloon, JFK parade route, Japanese Tea Garden and Union Stock Yards
    • Enjoy a Texas-style lunch at the El Mercado Mexican market

    Duration: 8 hours

    The Grand Historic Tour - Half Day

    Discover the confluence of cultures and historic events that shaped modern-day San Antonio on a 4-hour evening coach tour. Designed to complement the optional half-day morning tour for a complete overview of the city’s history, the tour makes three stops to points of interest including the Japanese Tea Garden, the UNESCO World Heritage–listed Mission Concepcion, San Jose and the Alamo(optional). Along the way, learn Texas trivia and enjoy live narration from a local guide.

    • 4-hour afternoon coach tour of San Antonio's historic sites and modern attractions
    • Learn about the city's 300-year-old history and rich confluence of cultures
    • Make three stops and pass by more than a dozen attractions and sights
    • See the UNESCO-listed Alamo and other missions
    • Designed to complete a grand city overview when combined with an optional half-day morning tour
    • Hotel drop-off included

    Duration: 4 hours

    Prices

    The Grand Historic Tour - Full Day

    From £110 per person

    The Grand Historic Tour - Half Day

    From £66 per person

    San Antonio Foodie Tours

    San Antonio, Texas

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    • Local delicacies

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    • Small group walking foodie tour

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    • Fresh out of the oven

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    • Cheers!

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    • San Antonio Riverwalk

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    Downtown Delicacy - San Antonio Walking Food Tour 

    Eat your way around downtown San Antonio on this small group food and walking tour—a great choice for first-time visitors and foodies. With this tour, skip the wait list and enjoy immediate seating at some of the Alamo City's best restaurants. Taste classic Tex-Mex, authentic Creole, and more. In between tastings, get the inside scoop on San Antonio’s food scene and learn about the city's rich cultural heritage.

    • Discover San Antonio's burgeoning food scene with an expert guide
    • Taste signature dishes at some of the Alamo City's best restaurants
    • Get behind-the-scenes insight from restaurant chefs and owners
    • Small group food and walking tour ensures a personalized experience

    Duration: 3 hours

    Taste San Antonio Food Tour

    On this San Antonio food tour, taste classic dishes and newcomer favorites with visits to local-approved eateries outside of the tourist district. Let your expert guide help you navigate menu items and enjoy a multi-course dining experience with lots of sharable plates. In between tastings, learn more about the city and food scene. Since this is a small-group tour, you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions, too.

    • Taste your way around San Antonio with an expert guide
    • A perfect introduction for first-time visitors and foodies
    • Small group ensures a personalized experience
    • Pickup and drop-off at a centrally located meeting point included
    • Mercedes Sprinter van, this will be your form of transportation for the day.

    Duration: 3 hours

    Prices

    Downtown Delicacy - San Antonio Walking Food Tour 

    From £58 per person

    Taste San Antonio Food Tour - Driven

    From £56 per person

    *Minimum drinking age is 21 years*

     

     

    San Antonio Craft Cruisin' Brewery Tours

    San Antonio, Texas

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    • Alamo Beer Company

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    • A few samples

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    • San Antonio Craft Cruisin' Brewery Tours

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    • Craft brewing scene

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    San Antonio Craft Cruisin' Brewery Tours - Saturday

    Get a full picture of the craft brewing scene in San Antonio on this small-group tour of the Texas city's best craft breweries. With a beer-loving guide in the lead, this carefully curated itinerary makes sure you won't miss any thing. Breweries visited include Weathered Souls, Busted Sandal, and Freetail while tasting samples and listening to in-depth commentary from your guide.

    • Round-trip transportation means no need to choose a sober driver
    • Tours at each brewery
    • In-depth commentary from your guide on San Antonio's craft brewing scene
    • Enjoy a take-home souvenir

    Duration: 6 hours

    San Antonio Craft Cruisin' Brewery Tours - Sunday

    Taste your way around San Antonio on a craft brewery tour. An in-the-know guide whisks you around the city to sample brews at three taprooms. Enjoy a guided tour at each brewery and the opportunity to taste a variety of craft beers. Round-trip transportation is provided, so you can enjoy your tour worry-free. Since this is a small-group tour, you’ll have plenty of time to ask questions, too.

    • Sample craft beers at three San Antonio breweries
    • Travel safely between stops in an air-conditioned van
    • Enjoy tours and pay-as-you-go tastings at each brewery
    • Pickup and drop-off at a centrally located meeting point

    Duration: 6 hours

    Prices

    San Antonio Craft Cruisin' Brewery Tours

    Saturday & Sunday - From £36 per person

    *Minimum age is 21 years*

    NASA Space Center and Kemah Boardwalk Tour, Houston

    Houston, Texas

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    • NASA Space Center, Houston

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    • Saturn V Space Rocket

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    • Kemah Broadwalk

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    • Theme park at Kemah Broadwalk

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    See Houston's top attractions on a full-day tour in a climate-controlled vehicle, that combines a sightseeing tour with visits to the NASA Space Center and Kemah Boardwalk. Start with a 1.5-hour city tour that covers landmarks such as Minute Maid Park, The Toyota Center, and River Oaks. Next, take a tram tour of the NASA Space Center and have free time to browse the exhibits. Finally, go to Kemah Boardwalk for dinner (own expense) at your choice of restaurant. Includes snacks, dinner appetizer, entrance fees, and hotel pickup and drop-off.

    • Full-day NASA Space Center and Kemah Boardwalk tour
    • See Houston landmarks on a city tour with live commentary
    • Take a guided NASA Space Center tram that goes to Mission Control, Training Facility, and Rocket Park
    • Purchase a meal or visit the amusement park at Kemah Boardwalk (own expense)
    • Includes guide, entrance fees, snacks, appetizer at Kemah Boardwalk, and hotel pickup and drop-off

    Duration: 8 hours

    Prices

    From £116 per adult

    From £86 per child (aged 3-11)

    Houston from Below: Underground Tunnel Tour

    Houston, Texas

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    • Houston from Below: Underground Tunnel Tour

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    • Underground shopping centre

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    • Underground tunnels

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    Walking through the streets of Houston is pretty special but did you know that there is a whole underground system of tunnels below the city? This Houston tour will take you through the city, over and underground, until you get to know the city from every angle.

    • Discover Houston's underground Tunnel System with a local guide
    • Explore the newest and oldest tunnel sections that are open to the public
    • Learn about the history of Houston through its architecture and art
    • See beautiful art deco treasures and sculptures by world-famous artists and learn how Houston’s 7 miles of pedestrian tunnels came to be.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Prices

    From £36 per adult

    From £26 per child (aged 6-11)

    Private Houston Sightseeing Tour

    Houston, Texas

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    • Houston Skyline with Minute Maid Park

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    • Market Square

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    • Hermann Park Guided Train

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    • McGoven Gardens

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    • Houston Muriel

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    • We Love Houston

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    Explore Houston on a private 4.5-hour sightseeing tour that provides a comprehensive introduction to this huge Texas city. Learn about Houston's history as you see Minute Maid Park, Market Square, Midtown, City Hall, Houston Astrodome, George Bush Monument, Toyota Center, NRG Stadium, The Texas Medical Center, and more. Includes a 20-minute narrated train ride through Hermann Park that provides a close look at the landscape and cultural institutions like the Houston Zoo and Houston Museum of Natural Science.  If you prefer, skip the train ride for a stop at a pastry shop the glamorous Uptown neighborhood.

    • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
    • Family friendly
    • Flexibility to customize your itinerary to your own preferences
    • Free snacks included
    • Private tour is operated with just your party and a guide/driver

    Duration: 4 hours 30 minutes

    Prices

    From £131 per adult

    From £79 per child (aged) 3-11)

    Houston Hop-On Sightseeing Tour

    Houston, Texas

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    • Houston Hop-On Sightseeing Tour

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    • Museum of Natural Science, Houston

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    • Houston Skyline with Minute Maid Park

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    • Houston Muriel

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    • We Love Houston

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    See the historical highlights and cultural delights of Houston on this 75-minute loop, hop-on sightseeing tour.  Enjoy unobstructed views and listen to fascinating audio commentary as you cruise past important landmarks like the historic City Hall and Houston Zoo. See popular attractions like Market Square, Downtown Aquarium and the Museum of Fine Arts Houston, hopping off to explore further whenever an attraction captures your attention. Rejoin the tour at a time to suit your schedule at any conveniently located stops along the route.

    • Hop-on sightseeing tour of Houston
    • Enjoy great views of Houston from the open-top, double-decker bus
    • See the historic downtown, Market Square Park, Hermann Park, Chase Tower and more
    • Hop off the bus to visit the lively Museum District, Theater District or Houston Heritage Society
    • Take the family to see a variety of critters at the Houston Zoo or Downtown Aquarium
    • Learn about Houston’s history and sights from live commentary by an onboard guide

    Duration: 75 minutes

    Prices

    From £36 per adult (aged 12-64)

    From £31 per adult (aged 65+)

    From £25 per child (aged 3-11)

    Haunted Houston Walking Tour

    Houston, Texas

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    • EMF reader at the ready

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    • Haunted Houston Walking Tour

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    The Haunted Houston Ghost Tour is a family friendly activity that will take you on a walking tour that explores the fascinating history and ghosts of the city. A costumed guide will lead tour goers on a 1.5-2 hour journey through downtown Houston and reveal some of its most famous and creepy haunted stories. Each tour will be equipped with an EMF reader so we know where the ghosts are lurking! Visit several of the oldest buildings in Houston and walk its historic streets, where the past may not be as buried as it seems.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Prices

    From £17 per person

    Segway Tours of Houston

    Houston, Texas

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    • Houston's Stadium and Entertainment Tour

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    • Houston City Lights Tour

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    Historic Houston Small-Group Segway Tour

    See more Houston sights in less time with this Houston Segway tour. Hit up top Houston sights such as Main Street, the Wortham Theater Center, and more, all while learning about Houston history and culture from your guide. It’s a great orientation for first-time visitors, especially because the tour is limited to just seven people or fewer so you have plenty of chances to ask questions.

    • Houston sightseeing tour by Segway
    • Orient yourself in Houston: see top sights and hear stories
    • Small-group tour limited to seven people or fewer
    • All equipment included—no need to rent

    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    Houston's Stadium and Entertainment District Segway Tour

    Discover the busy plazas, futuristic skyscrapers, and beautiful parks of downtown Houston on this fun Segway tour. Accompanied by a local guide, travel much further than you could on a walking tour, and make plenty of stops to admire the views and take photos. Along the way, stop at landmarks including the Houston Convention Center, Enterprise Plaza, and Wells Fargo Plaza; glide down Main Street and around Discovery Green; and see sporting stadiums belonging to the Houston Astros and Houston Rockets.

    • Magnificent photo opportunities in downtown Houston
    • Choice of morning or afternoon tour departure
    • No experience necessary: full instruction provided
    • Small-group tour ensures a personalized experience

    Duration: 2 hours

    Houston City Lights Segway Tour

    This segway tour takes place in the late evening and is the perfect idea for anyone wanting to explore downtown Houston after most of the downtown business traffic has gone home for the day. Glide with your tour guide past famous landmarks, historic plazas, and unique art displays. What makes the Houston segway tour unique is its focus on the theatre district and Houston’s scenic downtown parks. Your tour will glide to Sam Houston park, where you will get incredible views of the Houston skyline, Market Square Park, Tranquility Park, Houston’s City Hall, and Herman Square to name a few.

    • Informative, friendly and professional guide
    • Great overview and orientation of the city
    • See the sights illuminated at night
    • Small group tour

    Duration: 2 hours

     

    Prices

    Historic Houston Small-Group Segway Tour

    From £43 per person

    Houston's Stadium and Entertainment District Segway Tour

    From £54 per person

    Houston City Lights Segway Tour

    From £65 per person

    *Minimum age is 14 years*

    Houston Foodie Tours

    Houston, Texas

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    • Houston Foodie Tour

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    • Delicious local cuisine

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    • Gourmet Foods

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    The Heights Food Tour

    Houston Heights is an up–and–coming neighborhood that visitors often miss. Discover the area’s history and culture on a food tour that stops at a variety of mom–and–pop shops, eateries, and markets loved by locals. Your guide, who eliminates the hassle of planning and navigating on your own, gives you inside tips and recommendations for the rest of your visit.

    Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

    Downtown Houston Food Tour

    There’s plenty for foodies to get excited about in Houston, with some excellent restaurants, tasty street food, and cuisine from all around the globe. On this walking tour, explore the north Downtown area of Houston and discover the culinary highlights of the warehouse district, Market Square Park, and Main Street. Stop along the way to sample a selection of local favorites, regional specialties, and artisan foods, including Tex-Mex, Greek, and Spanish dishes.

    • Explore Downtown Houston on a guided walking tour
    • Sample delicious Houstonian delicacies, Tex-Mex dishes, and Spanish tapas
    • Receive tips on where to drink and dine in Houston from a local guide
    • Small-group tour ensures a personalized experience

    Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

    Montrose Dine Around

    Montrose is one of Houston’s most atmospheric neighborhoods and home to a diverse selection of restaurants, serving cuisine from all around the globe. On this tour, tuck into a delicious 3-course dinner with each course served at a different restaurant. Each destination is a popular local establishment and dishes might include Mexican, Italian, and local Houstonian specialties, ensuring a rich and varied dining experience.

    • Explore Houston’s Montrose neighborhood with a local guide
    • Delicious 3-course progressive dinner including local and international cuisine
    • Enjoy a starter, main course, and dessert at three popular local restaurants
    • Small-group tour ensures a personalized experience

    Duration: 3 hours 30 minutes

     

    Prices

    The Heights Food Tour & Downtown Houston Food Tour

    From £65 per person 

    Montrose Dine Around

    From £89 per person

    *Children aged 0-6 - Free of Charge*

    Old Town Houston Historic Pub Tour

    Houston, Texas

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    • Flag of Texas

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    • Old Town Houston Historic Pub Tour

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    • Small group tours

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    • Historic bar stop

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    Old Town Houston Historic Pub Tour

    Houston, we have a problem: there are just too many good pubs in our city. Join this Houston tour to visit a bar that doubles as a tailor shop by day, a watering hole in a 1920s watch and jewelry company, and a bar that features the very first electric elevator in Texas. Fun guaranteed, hangovers optional.

    • Explore Old Town Houston on a 3-hour historic pub walking tour
    • Enjoy stories about Houston’s history and culture from your guide
    • Stop by four local bars located in some of the city's oldest buildings
    • Mingle with your fellow travelers over some drinks (own expense)
    • Small-group tour limited to 12 people ensures a more personalized experience

    Duration: 3 hours

    Prices

    Old Town Houston Historic Pub Tour

    From £36 per adult

    *Minimum age of 21 years*

    Austin Foodie Tours

    Austin, Texas

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    • Food is my best friend tour

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    • Cascade Blonde - America's favorite sipping whiskey

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    Food Is My Best Friend Tour

    Serving up everything from down-home barbecue to gourmet sweets, Austin’s food scene is a highlight of the city, but a wealth of options mean it’s hard to know where to begin. Skip the tourist joints and go straight to the local favorites on a food walking tour of Austin that starts with a hearty serving of barbecue, then takes you all the way through dessert with a series of tastings.

    • Food tour features tastings for a full lunch or dinner
    • Enjoy an included beer or soda at Terry Black’s Barbecue
    • Get local tips on where to eat, drink, and explore
    • Convenient pickup and drop-off at Austin hotels

    Duration: 3 hours

    Brew and Que Tour in Austin

    Beer, barbecue, and downtown: this tour combines three class Austin tours into one big adventure. The action begins at Terry Black’s with an introduction to the pit master himself and a sampling of sausage, ribs and brisket, sides, and more. Wash it down with a cold beer and then hit the streets in an electric shuttle for some sightseeing.

    • Three tours for one price
    • Multiple departure times available
    • Small groups for a personalized experience
    • Hotel pickup and drop-off (downtown) included

    Duration: 3 hours

    Prices

    Food Is My Best Friend Tour & Brew and Que Tour in Austin

    From £97 per person

    Austin Craft Beer and Brewery Tour

    Austin, Texas

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    • Austin Craft Beer and Brewery Tour

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    • A few samples

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    • Small group tours

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    • One of many stops

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    Austin Craft Beer and Brewery Tour

    Get the lowdown on Austin's hippest watering holes on this tour of Austin craft breweries. Visit three local breweries and sample their wares while learning about the brewing process, tasting notes, and of course some Austin city insights. This tour includes all tastings and a guide.

    • Austin craft beer and brewery tour
    • Visit three craft breweries to learn about the local bar scene and Austin culture
    • Niche city tour introduces you to parts of Austin
    • Small-group tour limited for a more personal experience
    • All beer tastings included

     Duration: 6 hours

    Prices

    Austin Craft Beer and Brewery Tour

    From £69 per person

    *Minimum age is 21 years*

    Segway Tours of Austin

    Austin, Texas

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    • Segway tour at night

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    • Ready to explore the sights

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    • Full equipment provided

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    The Ultimate Austin Segway Tour

    Meet at our store located at 1403 Lavaca Street, Austin, Texas 78701. We start out with helmet fitting, orientation and general operation procedures. One at a time, you get to stand on the Segway and learn how to operate the controls. A guide is always there with you for the first minute or two, most riders feel confident within 3 minutes. We like to get some practice outside on sidewalks before departing for the tour.

    Skyline Night Tour

    Segways provide easy access to the 4 corners of the downtown corridor. Before dark, we'll start the tour with Segway training, then cruise through some of Austin's most beautiful parkland to a scenic overlook, Dough Sam Hill summit to marvel the suns reflection on the downtown landscape. After passing the Yeti® HQS, we'll cross over Ladybird Lake on Congress Ave. bridge to pause for the sunset. Your tour guide will allow for time to grab a souvenir and the perfect snapshot of you and your travel companion(s). Full of interesting details about landmarks, trendy spots and local favorites, this tour will take you through Rainey St. where you'll get a taste of the nightlife and also pass by some of Austin's world-class hotels and high-end restaurants.

    Duration: 2 hours

    Prices

    The Ultimate Austin Segway Tour

    From £59 per person (aged 10+)

    Skyline Night Tour

    From £63 per person (aged 12+)

    Texas Wine Tour by Limousine

    Austin, Texas

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    • Texas Wine Tour by Limousine

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    • Luxury transport

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    Texas Wine Tour by Limousine

    Retreat from the city for a day of wine tasting in Texas Hill Country. After meeting at a designated location, hop into a luxury limousine and visit three wineries just outside Austin, sampling several wines at each. The tour also includes lunch at the renowned Salt Lick restaurant in Driftwood.

    • Wine tasting in Texas Hill Country
    • Visit three wineries and sample wines at each
    • Transportation via limousine
    • Lunch at Salt Lick restaurant included

    Duration: 6 hours

    Prices

    Texas Wine Tour by Limousine

    From £159 per person (aged 21+)

    Austin Bike Tours

    Austin, Texas

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    • Austin Bike Tour

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    • Austin Art and Architecture Tour

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    • Cycling over Lady Bird Lake

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    • Peace, Love, and Zilker Bike Tour

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    • Austin Bat Watching Bike Tour

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    Austin's Lakes, Springs, and Bridges Bicycle Tour

    See Austin's quieter side on a 2-hour bike tour that follows the tree-shaded Butler Trail around Lady Bird Lake. Learn about the city's past and present as you ride to highlights such as Barton Springs, HOPE Outdoor Gallery, and the Congress Street Bridge.

    • 2-hour Austin bike tour with Lady Bird Lake
    • Learn from the guide about the large bat colony at Congress Street Bridge
    • Take a refreshing dip in Barton Springs
    • See colorful murals and street art at HOPE Outdoor Gallery
    • Includes use of bicycle and helmet

    Duration: 2 hours

    Peace, Love, and Zilker Bike Tour

    Lady Bird Lake is a popular nature escape in the heart of downtown Austin, complete with scenic footbridges, lakeside parks, and skyline views. Ideal for families and outdoor enthusiasts, this cycling tour allows you to escape city traffic and cruise around the Lady Bird Hike and Bike Trail, which spans 10 miles (16 kilometers) and loops around the lake’s shoreline.

    • 90-minute bike tour of Lady Bird Lake
    • Learn about Austin’s history and escape the city bustle
    • See notable sites including Auditorium Shores, the Stevie Ray Vaughn Statue, the Old Railroad Bridge, Zilker Park, and Barton Springs Pool
    • Get insider tips from a local guide
    • Enjoy frequent stops to take photos and rest your legs
    • Bottled water included

    Duration: 1 hour 30 minutes

    Austin Art and Architecture Tour

    Ride through downtown Austin and the University of Texas campus on a 2.5-hour bike tour that highlights the city's architecture and art. Take in downtown gems such as the Driskell Hotel and the Littlefield building, and check out the UT Tower and public artworks on campus. Top off this informative tour with stops outside the Texas State Capitol building, Bremond Block Historic District, and more.

    • 2.5-hour bike tour of art and architecture in Austin, Texas
    • Explore downtown Austin highlights like the Driskell Hotel
    • See The Color Inside, the innovative Skyspace public sculpture by celebrated artist James Turrell
    • Learn about Austin's history, art, and architecture
    • Get tips on great places to visit on your own

    Duration: 3 hours

    Austin Bat Watching Tour

    Explore a different side of Austin’s legendary nightlife during this 2.5-hour bike trip to observe the city’s bat colony under Congress Avenue Bridge. These nightlife-loving denizens may never step foot inside a music club, but they sure know how to put on a show! Cycle first around Austin’s Lady Bird Lake, arriving at the bridge just in time to watch the more than 1.5 million bat residents as they take flight for their evening feeding. A guide and all bike equipment is included.

    • Enjoy a bike tour to observe Austin's legendary bat colony under Congress Avenue Bridge
    • See a different side to Austin's legendary nightlife during a visit to its colony of more than 1.5 million bats
    • Cycle along the scenic Lady Bird Lake before heading to the bridge where the bats live
    • Observe the millions of bats as they take flight for their evening feeding
    • Great mix out physical activity and wildlife

    Duration: 2 hours 30 minutes

    Prices

    Austin's Lakes, Springs, and Bridges Bicycle Tour

    From £55 per person (aged 13+)

    Peace, Love, and Zilker Bike Tour

    From £39 per person (all ages)

    Austin Art and Architecture Tour

    From £66 per person (aged 13+)

    Austin Bat Watching Tour

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