Review on Some of the Best Places in Texas to Live in
You find that from 2017 to 2018, the population of Texas grew more than any other state admitting 379, 128 new residents in all. Some of the things that have contributed to this are arts scene, five-star entertainment venues, and historic attractions. If you are looking forward to living in Texas, read more here on some of the best places.
Let us start with Austin. Here you will enjoy live music, great food, plenty of personalities and the right number of oddities. Besides, there is the Bullock Texas State History Museum or the LBJ Presidential Library if you like history of political science for the historical and political science buffs. For nature lovers, you can bask in the sun along the shores of Barton Springs pool, hike and bike along the Lady Bird Lake and grab a pass to the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center.
The next place is Dallas-Fort Worth. Some of the good things about this place is low cost of living, bustling job market, high salaries, and emerging tech sector. The other thing when you become a resident is year-round access to the infamous Fort Worth Stockyards National Historic District. This place hosts a championship Rodeo on weekends, features museums, artifacts, and restaurants full of cuisine fit for cowboys.
You can also live in San Antonio. You will have quick access to community events celebrating the region’s Old West and Spanish heritage. You will also enjoy the theme parks, Six Flags San Antonio and Sea World San Antonio. Besides, locals and visitors flock to local food trucks for authentic Tex-Mex fare and flavorful barbecue, while sports fans book tickets to watch the San Antonio Spurs in action.
Apart from that, we have Houston. This is the home to myriad inner waterways which curve around the town and help define the most desirable suburbs. We have great neighborhoods such as The Heights, River, Oaks and West University where you can grow your family. You can as well check out lofts for rent that are stylish as they are comfortable. The other good thing with this place is the healthy job sector and low cost of living.
Last but not least, we have El Paso. This place is full of pastures, prairies, and cows and it is also full of character and charm. Wen also have community supported events year-round from Hueco Rock Rodeo to the KLAQ International Ballonfest. If you visit their restaurants, you will see the city’s Mexican heritage on full display, made stronger by El Paso’s proximity to nearby Juarez, Mexico.