3. A designated Texas Historic Landmark, the area boasts the elegant Gruene Mansion Inn, the famous Gristmill restaurant and the beloved Gruene Hall.
4. __ is the first official town in Texas, earning the nickname of "The Oldest Town in Texas."
6. Due to high windspeeds, ___ is one of the best cities in North America for kiteboarding, wind surfing, kite flying and sailing. The city has even hosted the Windsurfing World Championships.
7. The city served as the main port for the Texas Navy during the Texas Revolution.
9. ___'s Public Library, once an abandoned Wal-Mart, was named the most beautiful library in Texas by website Tech Insider.
14. ___ is a city in the high desert of the Trans-Pecos in far West Texas, between the Davis Mountains and Big Bend National Park. ... Attractions include Building 98, the Chinati Foundation, artisan shops, historical architecture, a classic Texas town square, modern art installments, art galleries, and the lights.
16. ___ is the most visited city in Texas. It is the home to Church's Chicken and the oldest church in Texas.
17. __ is known as the world capital of space exploration, the world capital of air conditioning, the world capital of the international energy industry, the world capital of petroleum exploration and the world capital of capital punishment.
18. Although nicknamed Cowtown for its deep roots in the cattle ranching industry, ___ boasts a rich and diverse cultural history. Not only is it home to the celebrated Stockyards National Historic District, it's also full of Old-West-themed entertainment and shopping.
1. __ is famous for the musical acts that hail from the city like Buddy Holly or Waylon Jennings, fine dining, museums, a rich art and culture scene but also for its friendly, hospitable atmosphere.
2. __ is located in the Texas Hill Country, a region known for rugged hills, caverns, rivers and is famous for their peaches.
5. Nicknamed “The Tall City,” is home to everything from presidents and petroleum to a vibrant arts community.
8. The city of ___ is called “Sun City” because on average, it has 302 days of sun every year.
10. The city is also known as "The Yellow Rose of Texas" and is home to Cadillac Ranch musem.
11. Home to the infamous "Fixer Upper tv show"
12. ___ is a cosmopolitan city known for its high concentration of restaurants and shopping centres. Skyscrapers, such as Bank of America Plaza (1985) and Reunion Tower (1978), create a striking night skyline.
13. __ is famed for its nightlife, its outdoor graffiti art gallery and regularly dubbed “the drunkest city in the US” is to Texas as Berlin is to Germany, which is to say it proudly, provocatively, perversely bears little resemblance to the rest of the state.
15. __ was known as the Republic of the Rio Grande and is the only city in Texas to fly under 7 flags.