Texas Lone Star Trail Fly Drive

Dallas • Austin • Corpus Christi • San Antonio • Houston • Albuquerque • Amarillo • Fort Worth

Texas Lone Star Trail Fly Drive
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Texas –it’s like a whole other Country! Beginning in the “Big D”, the most cosmopolitan city in Texas. Offering great shopping options and wonderful Museums, dining to suit all budgets, you will not be short of things to do in Dallas.

Austin, the State Capital prides itself on being the “Live Music Capital of the World”. There are some great choices of “Dive Bars” on 6th street to get your feet stomping! Austin is also home to the USA Grand Prix if you fancy touring the track! Ladybird Lake is an ideal spot to take a sunset cruise.

Heading to the Gulf Coast to Corpus Christi known as the Playground of Texas. While it’s the fifth largest port city in the Country it has many pockets of small town charm. Be sure to check out Snoopy’s Pier, a casual waterfront eatery that’s good for seafood. San Antonio is home to the “Alamo” and is its most recognized landmark, a must see for any visitor. Known as the Venice of Texas with its charming waterways, a great way to see the city is to enjoy one of its dinner barge cruises.

Fort Worth is known as a city of Cowboys and Culture with its western heritage and colourful history. Enjoy the year round Rodeo, a great family night out or visit the entertainment district where you can enjoy its western heritage, world class art, shopping and nightlife.

What's included?


Return flights to Dallas.

Flying with American Airlines / British Airways
Flying from Dublin Airport


1 checked bag per person roundtrip

Car Hire

14 days fully inclusive car hire

Where you'll stay

1 NIGHT Dallas
2 NIGHTS Austin
1 NIGHT Houston
1 NIGHT Corpus Christi
2 NIGHTS San Antonio
1 NIGHT Stockton
1 NIGHT El Paso
2 NIGHTS Albuquerque
1 NIGHT Amarillo
1 NIGHT Fort Worth

Offer Details

Based on 2 adults

Departure dates available from April to October. This is an indicative price, please call us to quote you for your chosen date.

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Quote Reference number: 53171507

Your Adventure...

Dallas Arrival
Dallas to Austin (333km)
Austin to Houston (323km)
Houston to Corpus Christi (342km)
Corpus Christi to San Antonio (239km)
San Antonio
San Antonio - Pecos County - Fort Stockton (530km)
Fort Stockton - El Paso (386km)
El Paso - Albuquerque (433km)
Albuquerque - Santa Fe - Amarillo (549km)
Amarillo - Fort Worth
Fort Worth Departure
  • Arrive at the Dallas/Ft. Worth Airport. Pick up your car and transfer independently to your hotel.

  • Today head out for the State Capital. Austin is a lively city that bills itself as the “Live Music Capital of the World”, filled with more than 250 music venues and a vibrant arts scene.

  • Today you will have a full day to explore Austin, stroll down Sixth Street or through the Red River District for some of the city’s hottest bars and honky-tonks. Visit the boutiques on South Congress for unique shopping or head over to The Domain for more familiar brands

  • Discover Houston’s past in Heritage Park amid the skyscrapers of downtown. Visit the Johnson Space Centre for a fascinating history of America’s love affair with outer space.

  • Take a short drive to the island of Galveston, filled with Victorian architecture. Then head for Corpus Christi, known as Texas’s playground.

  • See the open range and farmland of early settlers on the way to San Antonio. San Antonio’s unique blend of cultures makes it one of the most charming cities in the U.S. Your hotel for the next two nights is in the heart of San Antonio within easy reach of the major sites.

  • Stroll along the River Walk or visit El Mercado. Remember the Alamo and visit the site of the courageous battle between a handful of Texans and Santa Ana’s vast army, which was instrumental in creating the Republic of Texas.

  • The rolling hill country was the site of early settlements in mid-Texas. The code of the West rules here as you travel through Pecos County where giants and legends, such as Pecos Bill, are made. Overnight in Fort Stockton.

  • The city of El Paso is located close to the U.S./Mexico order giving a flavour of the best the two worlds have to offer. El Paso’s climate, typical of the desert southwest, and its mix of cultures and traditions makes the Sun City a unique and interesting place to visit.

  • Leave El Paso and cross into New Mexico. Between the mountains and themes as runs a river, and astride it stands a city that embodies the diversity of cultures that are uniquely American. It is Albuquerque.

  • Albuquerque a city full of exciting attractions and events, from Historic Old Town, to the Albuquerque International Balloon Fiesta, the most popular ballooning event in the world.

  • Continue eastward to the panhandle of Texas towards Amarillo which was once a railhead town for cattle shipments to the north. The cattle industry remains an important element of the city’s economy. Amarillo is well known for its Cadillac graveyard.

  • Drive eastward today to Palo Duro Canyon and see artefacts of Pre-Pueblo inhabitants. Then continue south towards Fort Worth. The City of Cowboys and Culture is the 16th-largest city in the United States and offers visitors rich Western history, world-class art and entertainment.

  • Return your rental car at DFW airport before your departure flight or you have the option to extend your stay and explore distinct dining, shopping and world-class museums in the “Cultural Capital of
    the Southwest”.