From stunning canyons to exquisite beaches and an incredible amount of vibrant towns and cities, Texas is a state that is absolutely brimming with natural beauty.
And it appears that Texas' smaller towns and cities are finally getting some national attention too.
The editors over at Reader's Digest have scoured the country for the most charming towns and cities in each state and they've highlighted one Texas town in particular.
So where can you find the most charming small town in Texas? According to RD, you'll have to head to Fredericksburg, a beautiful town located in the heart of Texas Hill Country. Keep reading to learn more.
This region of the state is filled with award-winning wineries, quaint bed and breakfasts, and plenty of shopping. The small city of Fredericksburg is no exception and makes for an amazing weekend getaway.
Fredericksburg is most known for its wineries like Grape Creek Vineyards, a 25-acre Tuscan-style winery that features patios and tasting rooms with a sweeping 360-degree view of the natural beauty that surrounds this paradise in the hills.
But that's only just the beginning. Fredericksburg is also home to a whopping 150 unique shops, boutiques, restaurants, art galleries, and three fascinating museums including a replica of a 19th-century German church that once stood in the city.
There is so much to see and do in the small city of Fredericksburg which is often overshadowed by larger cities like Austin and San Antonio.
The next time you're looking for a weekend getaway that's not too far away, be sure to add Fredericksburg to your list. You can visit the city's official site here.
What do you think? Does the city of Fredericksburg deserve the title of Texas' most charming town? Let us know your thoughts in the comments.
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