Austin (US: , UK: ) is the capital city of the U.S. state of Texas, as well as the seat and largest city of Travis County, with portions extending into Hays and Williamson counties. Incorporated on December 27, 1839, it is the 11th-most populous city in the United States, the fourth-most-populous city in Texas, and the second-most-populous state capital city (after Phoenix, Arizona). It was also the fastest growing large city in the United States in 2015 and 2016, and was the fifth fastest growing city with a population above 50,000 between 2010 and 2019 overall. It is the southernmost state capital in the contiguous United States and is considered a "Beta −" global city as categorized by the Globalization and World Cities Research Network.
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Kenneth Kelley | Jul 18, 2016
Group on, hello!During a moments buy-on-the-fly purchase, the sunset cruise sounded pretty amazing. For two people, the one price of $58 sounded reasonable to me.Loading takes place right on the cusp of where Pier 39 empties out into a large parking lot before joining hands with the next strip of touristy shops and restaurants. Smooth boat ride with narration, the crew were well informed.The views are amazing, the deck provides great views, and get ready to stand back and take in the classic SF sunsets out on the sea.
Harshith Nanda | Apr 23, 2015
A Google User | Aug 16, 2008
The Capitol Carriage Tour is a must-do for anyone who is new to the city of Austin. It was a great way to see the sights while enjoying time out in the open air. Our horse-drawn carriage was beautiful and the driver provided us with lots of fun facts about the city. While we were riding around, we were afforded the opportunity to really pause and take in what we were seeing and take note of places we wanted to return to later on our own. When we were done with the tour, we decided to also do the Austin in 90 Minutes tour to get some more history on the city. The narration was entertaining and informative, and we learned so many things that we did not know before. We were able to access this tour at a location that was very convenient to get to from our hotel. I also noticed that there were a lot of locals taking this tour as well as the tourists. The tours were so enjoyable that we may come back to Austin again soon to see more!
A Google User | Aug 26, 2008
I ended up passing through Austin for a quick weekend. Rather than stay in the hotel watching cable, I booked a quick 90 minute tour of the city. Not only was it educational it was fun and affordable. I couldn't believe I'd learn so much about a city in less than 2 hours. A must see for anyone short on time.
A Google User | Oct 10, 2008
I didn't have much time on my trip to Austin since I was there on business, so on my day off I took the Austin in 90 Minutes Tour. It was just enough time to scout around in the city and to hear about some of the history of the area. We got to see many more sights than I could ever list here since I think the trip was about 30 miles around. I would recommend this to anyone new to the Austin area who, like me, doesn't have time for a lengthier tour.
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