Popular Cities in Texas

Top cities in Texas, page 1, based on popularity among TravBuddy members.

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Houston #1 most popular location
Houston, we have a problem… overpopulation, namely, which is forcing the city out of its boundaries and across the surrounding countryside at an ever increasing rate. That does make for mul…
1,696travelers 128reviews 73blogs
San Antonio #2 most popular location
The city of San Antonio, Texas, is so heavily Hispanic that you could almost have drifted across the Mexican border already. In fact, had you come here a few hundred years ago, you would have…
596travelers 124reviews 45blogs
Dallas #3 most popular location
As the corner of Texas where modernity and a sometime tragic history bang their heads, Dallas is an odd mish-mash; an exuberant and bordering on brash city self-branded as ‘The Big D’, an…
1,220travelers 104reviews 44blogs
Austin #4 most popular location
A bustling city that manages to give the impression of a tight-knit small town, the ever growing and heat-ridden Texan centre of Austin lives by the motto ‘Keep Austin Weird’, an off-hand…
1,150travelers 124reviews 51blogs
Fort Worth #5 most popular location
If two cities were ever more opposite it would be Fort Worth and Dallas, however together they provide the perfect combination of style and arts to please everyone. Fort Worth, also known as…
222travelers 26reviews 9blogs
Irving #6 most popular location
Irving is a suburb, west of Dallas, and is most famous for being the home of Texas Stadium, where the Dallas Cowboys play. Irving has become a powerhouse for industrial business and lower-…
36travelers 8reviews 1blogs
Amarillo #7 most popular location
Located in the middle of the Texas panhandle, Amarillo is a popular stop on Historic Route 66. There's a wide range of activities to offer visitors and many are very family-friendly. Outdo…
40travelers 17reviews 14blogs
El Paso #8 most popular location
El Paso is a city in Texas with a population of more than half a million. It is one of the most important border cities in the world due to the Ciudad Juarez-El Paso crossing everyday. It for…
175travelers 17reviews 17blogs
Corpus Christi #9 most popular location
Corpus Christi sits on the Gulf of Mexico and is the eighth largest city in Texas (pop. around 280,000). The climate is subtropical and you will rarely doubt this because of the constant hot…
87travelers 10reviews 2blogs
Arlington #10 most popular location
Arlington lies directly between Dallas and Ft. Worth and is the home of the amusement parks. Here you will find Six Flags Over Texas, Hurricane Harbor (formerly Wet n Wild), The Ballpark in …
77travelers 13reviews 11blogs
Galveston #11 most popular location
The city of Galveston on Galveston island, is only about an hour drive south of Houston and is a great place for a quick getaway. Do not expect to find the most gorgeous beaches in the world…
32travelers 10reviews 3blogs
Lubbock #12 most popular location
Lubbock is also called the “Hub City”. This is cowboy country where you can actually ride off into the sunset, and yes this is the best place in the world for sunsets. The dust and flat…
46travelers 15reviews 9blogs
Abilene #13 most popular location
31travelers 4reviews 2blogs
Plano #14 most popular location
Mention Plano to anyone in the US and the first thing they will say is "isn't that where all the kids do heroin??" Well, there is much more to Plano than that! It is located about 20 minut…
64travelers 11reviews
Waco #15 most popular location
Waco rests midway between Austin and Dallas in McClennan county, and is a pretty community if you can dismiss notions regarding the Branch Davidians. Hilly and rich with trees, the community…
57travelers 6reviews 1blogs
Tyler #16 most popular location
Tyler is the called the Rose Capital of America. Everything about Tyler is a rose. It is a city seeing large economic booms. The population has grown to over 105000 people in the last couple …
43travelers 12reviews 1blogs
New Braunfels #17 most popular location
New Braunfels is a German settlement town that has kept many German traditions and festivals close to its heart. There Octoberfest brings people from all over the US. It has been a staple in…
16travelers 2reviews
South Padre Island #18 most popular location
18travelers 3reviews 1blogs
McAllen #19 most popular location
Although travelers had passed through and explored South Texas, it wasn't until the 1740's that established settlement began to dot the landscape, mostly on the south side of the Rio Grande. …
35travelers 2reviews
Beaumont #20 most popular location
Beaumont began in 1835 and has grown to a population of over 120,000. Located 30 miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico it boasts a humid subtropical climate. The city has 10 employers with mo…
49travelers 4reviews
Laredo #21 most popular location
Laredo is the nation's largest inland port and one of the fastest growing cities in the United States. With 700 of the Fortune 1000 companies doing business in Laredo, the city is ranked four…
20travelers 20reviews 1blogs
Longview #22 most popular location
Longview, Texas is a growing city located in E Texas on I-20. The city really lives up to it's tag line, "Real East Texas Living." This means the people are friendly, the pace a little slower…
19travelers 16reviews
College Station #23 most popular location
College Station is most famously the home of Texas A&M and the fightin' Texas Aggies. You won't get very far into the town without being reminded of this everywhere you turn. The incredible…
28travelers 7reviews 3blogs
Killeen #24 most popular location
40travelers 1reviews
Humble #25 most popular location
10travelers 7reviews
Wichita Falls #26 most popular location
Wichita Falls, Texas is a small "city" with a population of a little above 100,000 people. Wichita Falls offers Sheppard Air Force Base, red draws (beer & tomato juice) and the world famous H…
22travelers 4reviews
Fredericksburg #27 most popular location
Fredericksburg is the crown jewel of the many sparkling towns that make up the Texas Hill Country. Founded by German immigrants, Fredericksburg continues to celebrate its heritage with some …
7travelers 10reviews 2blogs
Midland #28 most popular location
21travelers 2reviews
Grapevine #29 most popular location
16travelers 12reviews 5blogs
Addison #30 most popular location
Addison is a city in Dallas County, Texas (USA). The population was 14,166 at the 2000 census. Addison is a northern suburb of Dallas. The city calls itself the Town of Addison but it is inco…
7travelers 8reviews
Brownsville #31 most popular location
Brownsville is a small town in southern Texas. It is most known as the gateway to South Padre Island which is accessible by taking a bridge. Brownsville is very close to the mexican borde…
29travelers 2reviews 1blogs
San Marcos #32 most popular location
15travelers 2reviews 3blogs
Richardson #33 most popular location
23travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Denton #34 most popular location
41travelers 1reviews
Nacogdoches #35 most popular location
The Spanish were the first non-indians to reach what is now Texas. Their first settelment in Texas was in Nacogdoches making it the oldest town in Texas. Nacogdoches has some nice historic ol…
17travelers 10reviews 1blogs
Odessa #36 most popular location
17travelers 1reviews
Baytown #37 most popular location
6travelers 1blogs
Fort Stockton #38 most popular location
3travelers 6reviews 3blogs
San Angelo #39 most popular location
San Angelo, Texas has about 88,400 people (104,000 people in the whole area of Tom Green County) which makes it the largest city in Amercia that does not have an interstate freeway within 100…
17travelers 1reviews
Mesquite #40 most popular location
Mesquite is an eastern suburb of Dallas that is bigger than most people realize. 129,000 people live in the town named after the tree that looks more like a bush. (I can make fun of the nam…
17travelers 2reviews
Webster #41 most popular location
Webster is strategically positioned midway between downtown Houston and Galveston with Interstate 45, Bay Area Boulevard, and NASA Parkway as its central corridors. Stationed next door t…
1travelers 2reviews
La Porte #42 most popular location
La Porte was founded in 1889 by French settlers. The name La Porte means "The Door" or "A Gateway" and refers to the town's location at the mouth of what is today known as the Houston Ship Ch…
4travelers 1reviews
Kerrville #43 most popular location
6travelers 6reviews
The Woodlands #44 most popular location
27travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Stafford #45 most popular location
5travelers 1reviews
Katy #46 most popular location
Katy, with a population of less than 15,000, is located in southeastern Texas. Forbidden Gardens, an outdoor museum replicating some of China's major historic scenes, including the first E…
39travelers 2reviews
Weatherford #47 most popular location
9travelers 1blogs
Harlingen #48 most popular location
13travelers 1reviews
Victoria #49 most popular location
Victoria is located thirty miles inland from the Gulf of Mexico. The city is a regional hub for a seven-county area known as the "Golden Crescent" and serves a retail trade area of over 250,0…
14travelers 1blogs
Del Rio #50 most popular location
For the outdoorsy; if you like kayaking, sailing, swimming, snorkeling, scubadiving, cave exploring, geology, nature watching, or any other thing you can think of to do outdoors, then consid…
14travelers 7reviews
Eagle Pass #51 most popular location
"Where YEE-HAH meets Ole" Eagle Pass offers the fastest route between San Antonio and Mexico and has the resources and distributional reach to meet your business' expansion needs: and enth…
5travelers 6reviews
Grand Prairie #52 most popular location
9travelers 1reviews
McKinney #53 most popular location
25travelers 2reviews
Farmers Branch #54 most popular location
2reviews
Garland #55 most popular location
17travelers 1blogs
Kilgore #56 most popular location
Kilgore, Texas is a small 11300 people town located in East Texas on I-20. Kilgore sits about 120 miles east of Dallas, about 60 miles west of Shreveport, LA, 12 miles south of Longview and a…
5travelers 14reviews 13blogs
Decatur #57 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews
Childress #58 most popular location
1travelers 2reviews
Van Horn #59 most popular location
Van Horn offers magnificent landscapes, abundant wildlife and an incomparable night sky, all to be enjoyed year round in the West’s most hospitable climate. The story of Van Horn, Texas…
1reviews
Big Spring #60 most popular location
5travelers 1reviews
Paris #61 most popular location
8travelers 1reviews
Huntsville #62 most popular location
Huntville, Texas is home to a Texas Icon - "OL Sparky" which is currently decommissioned and housed in the Texas Prison Museum for all to see. Home of Sam Houston State University, Huntsvi…
6travelers 1reviews
Pecos #63 most popular location
Pecos claims to be the home of the world’s first rodeo on July 4, 1883. This small town in western Texas began around a depot of the Texas and Pacific Railway. The population is now near …
3travelers 1reviews
Kemah #64 most popular location
The city was originally founded as Evergreen in 1898 along the Texas and New Orleans Railroad, when John Henry Kipp and James H. Bradford subdivided their lots to establish a township. The ar…
3travelers 3reviews 3blogs
Lufkin #65 most popular location
9travelers 1reviews
Bastrop #66 most popular location
Bastrop is about 30 minutes south of Austin, TX. It is a small city that is known for it's amazing pecans. Bastrop was victim to a large wildfire in 2011 that burned thousands of square…
3travelers 1blogs
Waxahachie #67 most popular location
6travelers 2blogs
Alpine #68 most popular location
Alpine is the county seat of Brewster County, Texas, and has a population of about 6,000 persons. It is the largest town in the Big Bend area of Texas. Served by Amtrack, its a convenient p…
4travelers 1blogs
Ozona #69 most popular location
Ozona is the County seat on Crockett County, Texas. This small town of about 4,000 population is known as the “Biggest Little Town in the World”.
2travelers 2reviews
Georgetown #70 most popular location
Georgetown, Texas is the county seat of Willaimson county, which is named after three legged Willie. Georgetown has a population of over 30,000 people. It is a northern suburb of Austin. Sout…
8travelers 1reviews
Allen #71 most popular location
9travelers 2reviews 1blogs
Rockport #72 most popular location
6travelers 1reviews
Rockwall #73 most popular location
The city of Rockwall (located in Rockwall county) has the distinction of being located in the smallest county in Texas but one of the fastest growing counties in the United States. In 1980 Ro…
10travelers 2reviews
Bandera #74 most popular location
1travelers 3reviews 2blogs
Boerne #75 most popular location
6travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Palestine #76 most popular location
6travelers 1blogs
Mission #77 most popular location
8travelers 3reviews
Canton #78 most popular location
Canton is another one of those great cities along I-20. It is about an hour east of Dallas and host one of the largest Trade Days in Texas. The town sits in Van Zandt County. The trade days a…
2travelers 1reviews
Dalhart #79 most popular location
Dalhart is small town Northwest of Amarillo that is all about trains, cattle & corn. More recently you can add cheese to the list. Dalhart is appropriately named because half of the town …
4travelers 1reviews
Montgomery #80 most popular location
4travelers 1reviews
Sweetwater #81 most popular location
Howdy (Texas Hello) The City of Sweetwater is located in the Texas Southern Plains. At Sweetwater during World War II, the Women Airforce Service Pilots were trained under the direction o…
1travelers 1reviews
Burnet #82 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews
Tomball #83 most popular location
8travelers 1reviews
Liberty #84 most popular location
1reviews
Livingston #85 most popular location
3travelers 1blogs
Canyon #86 most popular location
Canyon This is a small town is abundant with parks, comunity sports, oriented enertainment, good food, a nice historical downtown. The schools are recognized among the best across the stat…
3travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Lakeway #87 most popular location
1travelers 1reviews 3blogs
Spring #88 most popular location
32travelers 1reviews
Johnson City #89 most popular location
A teensy town with a population barely above 1,000, Johnson City is indeed the home town of Lyndon Baines Johnson (it was founded by one of his relatives). Unfortunately there isn’t much t…
1reviews 1blogs
Groom #90 most popular location
Groom, TX is located in Carson County, Texas about 45 miles east of Amarillo, TX. It is named for Col. B.B. Groom, a cattleman from KY who attempted a large cattle ranch in the Texas Panhandl…
1travelers 4reviews 1blogs
Marathon #91 most popular location
Marathon is a town of 600 persons in West Texas, situated on US 90. It is about 40 miles north of Big Bend National Park. Marathon is part of the high desert country of the Trans-Pecos regi…
2reviews
Dripping Springs #92 most popular location
Dripping Springs is in the Texas Hill Country. It is a small city southwest of Austin.
4travelers 1reviews 1blogs
Graham #93 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews
Coleman #94 most popular location
1travelers 2reviews 2blogs
Balmorhea #95 most popular location
Balmorhea is a nice small State Park in the foothills of the Davis Mountains in West Texas. To get there just take exit 206 off of I-10 West shortly after Fort Stockton. The place is clean an…
3reviews 2blogs
Smithville #96 most popular location
Smithville, best known today from Sandra Bullock's 1998 movie "Hope Floats", is located off State Hwy. 71 in southeast Bastrop County. In 1827, Thomas Gazeley settled and operated a store nea…
2travelers 3reviews
Lockhart #97 most popular location
4travelers 4reviews
The Colony #98 most popular location
The Colony is a city in Denton County, Texas, United States, and a suburb of Dallas. The Colony is home to the 5 Star Athletic Complex, which was completed in 2003. The Colony was named the …
1travelers 1blogs
La Grange #99 most popular location
2travelers 1reviews
Wimberley #100 most popular location
Wimberley, Texas is a quaint Hill Country town located just southwest of Austin, TX, the Music Capital of Texas and Central US. It is a haven for artists of all types and those whose slogan …
5travelers 1reviews