Schertz – A Family-Friendly Town

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Located on the outskirts of San Antonio, Schertz is one of the major suburbs of Northeast San Antonio. Since the first settlers came to Schertz in the 1840s, the town has grown substantially in population and size. Today, Schertz is considered to be the third-largest city in the San Antonio-New Braunfels metropolitan … Read more

Guide to San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

Guide to San Antonio Missions National Historical Park

Texans cherish the rapid growth of their cities, but they also keep the history close to heart. If you love visiting historical monuments in a city, we recommend the San Antonio Missions National Park. Missions National Historical Park was named the first United Nations World Heritage Site in Texas. While there are … Read more

Discover San Antonio and Its History

Texas seems to be a mecca for history buffs. The Lone Star State’s big cities, such as Dallas, Austin, Houston, Fort Worth and San Antonio, have their unique (and even action-packed) episodes that have shaped their identity and progress. More so, the vivid past chapters of its cities and towns have made … Read more

Check Out the Scene and Festivals in Pasadena

Pasadena Oil Refineries

Pasadena is a city located in the Houston-The Woodlands-Sugar Land metropolitan area. According to the 2010 United States Census, Pasadena is the seventh most populous city in Texas and the second-largest city in Harris County. Aside from that, Pasadena is known to have a friendly and family-friendly community. That is why locals … Read more

Fun Facts about Sugar Land

Sugar Land town Square

Sugar land is a city situated Fort Bend County, Texas. Since the 19th century until today, Sugar Land was home to a massive sugar plantation that is located in the fertile flood plain of the Brazos River. After the consolidation of several local plantations in the Imperial Sugar Company during 1908, Sugar … Read more

Get to Know the City of Houston and Its History

While Austin may be the capital of Texas, Houston is the better-known city. In fact, Houston is one of the top global cities in America. Houston is recognized for its contributions to the world that range from space exploration to air-conditioning, from medical research to the Houston Rockets. It is definitely a … Read more

Laredo – A Taste of Spain and Mexico in Texas

Plaza Theater downtown Laredo

Laredo is a city as well as the county seat of Webb County, Texas. Laredo is known for having the distinction of flying seven flags, which happens to be the Flag of the Republic of the Rio Grande and the Six Flags of Texas. This is because it is located on the … Read more

You Can Visit Europe in Texas

Edinburg Texas

Do you ever want to visit some European destinations such as Italy, London, or Paris? Well, if you happen to live around and near Texas, you have a chance to take a trip across the world and visit all the cities we mentioned in the great state of Texas. You read that … Read more

Amarillo – The Yellow Rose of Texas

Looking southwest from the Santa Fe Building at First Presbyterian Church in Amarillo

Amarillo is a city in Texas, and it is considered to be the 14th -most populous city in the United States of America. As of 2018, the estimated population of the city was 199,924. Amarillo City was initially called Oneida, and back then, the town once self-proclaimed that they are the helium … Read more

Introduction to Cibolo, Texas

Introduction to Cibolo, Texas

Where do Bruce Willis, Mick Jagger, and Tommy Lee go for a perfect getaway? To a luxury resort in the city of Cibolo, Texas. While the place may not be as renowned as other cities in the US, don’t let that stop you from making a trip. Cibolo is an upcoming vacation … Read more

Introduction to Midland-Odessa Metropolitan Area

Introduction to Midland-Odessa Metropolitan Area

Midland-Odessa Metropolitan Area is a collaboration between two cities, which back in the day had experienced political rivalry and competition. Located in West Texas, the area is home to nearly 400,000 people. Today, marketed as “Two cities, no limits,” both cities have made significant investments in the area that has resulted in … Read more

Guide to Big Bend National Park

Guide to Big Bend National Park

The Big Bend National Park has a huge fan base across the world. With several sites to visit along coupled with a wide variety of activities, there is no surprise that this location has amassed thousands of positive reviews over the years. Located on the border of Mexico and Texas with a … Read more