Romance is Bigger In Texas

Romance is bigger in Texas because although Texas is known for professional sports teams, cowboys and great family vacations, it is perfect for romantic getaways too. Wrangle your partner and rustle up a suitcase or two, then head south to the Lone Star State.


What could be more romantic than the beach? Nothing invites you to relax and unwind in each other’s arms like miles of sand and warm gentle waves. From cozy beachfront villas to luxurious spa resorts, Galveston has lodging perfect for you and your partner. Indulge in a restorative couples massage then head to the beach for a leisurely picnic. Tour the historic downtown area on foot, by bicycle or in a horse-drawn carriage then savor a delectable dinner and a fabulous Gulf view at one of the many gourmet restaurants along the water.


When you are ready to leave the beach behind and enjoy some big city excitement take the galveston to houston shuttle to the fourth largest city in America. Snap a couples shot in front of the massive Water Wall then enjoy a cooking class together in just about any cuisine you can imagine. Depending on the time of year you can attend a sporting event, concert or play at one of half a dozen world-class venues. The restaurant and bar scene will keep you happy for hours, after which you can retire to a sophisticated and elegant downtown hotel.

San Antonio

For a mix of art, nature and history, San Antonio cannot be beat. Start with the famous River Walk then visit one or two of the dozens of art galleries and museums located throughout town. Get back to nature with a picnic in a gorgeous municipal park or marvel at the exotic animals at the zoo or wildlife park. If plants are more your style, visit the botanical gardens. History buffs will appreciate the San Antonio Missions—and of course, you must remember the Alamo.


According to TripSavvy, Austin may be well known as a food destination where you can eat tons of finger-licking BBQ, but believe it or not, the capital of Texas offers plenty for romantics to enjoy, too.

For example, the historic Paramount Theater is one of the few places in Austin where people feel obligated to dress well—the gloriously ornate decor just seems to demand it. The theater hosts everything from ballet to stand-up comedy and whatever the event, it’s an ideal site for a special date. Opt for a balcony seat to make the night extra special.

Or, one of the highest points in Austin, Mount Bonnell offers a stunning view of the entire city. Although you may not be entirely alone, the viewing area is large enough for the two of you to find a cozy little space together. You’ll enjoy a gorgeous view of Lake Austin, the Pennybacker Bridge, and downtown Austin.

To add an extra spark, arrive just before sunset and enjoy the show over a romantic dinner and a bottle of wine (but don’t bring glass). If you’re not a great picnic maker, the Central Market on North Lamar offers picnic baskets to go. Plus, it’s a great place to buy a bottle of wine.

From upscale movie theaters to paddle boats shaped like giant swans, there are the best things to do in Austin for couples, honeymooners, and more.


Kyle and Jo