Traveling for a family reunion is an excellent way to make new memories with loved ones you don’t get to see very often. The challenge in planning a great reunion starts with one important question: Where should you all meet up? In Texas, there are no shortages of interesting and beautiful places to host a family reunion; here are three very different options to start your selection process.
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For a family that enjoys beach life (and vacations), Galveston may be a perfect choice. You can easily rent a charter bus Galveston Island TX to take you from one of the close by airports to your island paradise, followed by a lot of togetherness on the beach, eating fresh seafood, and exploring the many museums, exhibitions, and attractions.
If your family likes history and exploring the past, San Antonio is a fun place to visit. No trip to San Antonio would be complete without taking a tour of the Alamo and boating down the River Walk, a tourist attraction famous for its restaurants and shops lining rows of canals along the San Antonio River. You can also enjoy the great outdoors and hike, kayak, or ride horses nearby.
Roughly two hours from San Antonio (and three from Dallas-Fort Worth) lies the German heritage town of Fredericksburg. The town is famous for its wineries and vineyards, making it a fantastic choice for family reunions with primarily college-aged and older attendees. Besides wine tours and tastings, Fredericksburg has a lovely Main Street home to many delicious restaurants, boutique shops, and old historic houses and buildings to tour. There is also a very fun nightlife, ranging from a local honky-tonk to a jazz music venue.
Planning an out-of-town family reunion may have some stressful moments, but once everyone arrives in a new and exciting city, the work will be well worth it.