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Austin: Suggested Itineraries

Austin isn't Venice. A trip here is more about absorbing the atmosphere of the city than it is about sight-seeing. Don't get me wrong, there are places to see, such as the State Capitol and the LBJ Library. And there are plenty of local activities to indulge in, such as swimming in Barton Springs and watching the bats take flight from the Congress Avenue Bridge, though both of those can usually only be enjoyed seasonally. The following itineraries should allow visitors to both take in the attractions and experience the laid-back Austin vibe. Day 1 hits all the biggest sights. Day 2 is more an exploration of city life -- a day in the life of bohemian Austin, taken to its utopian extreme. During it, you'll hit some of the important centers of local culture. Day 3 gets you out of Austin to see some nearby towns, where you can enjoy a variety of activities.

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