Amarillo Travel Guide
Why? The friendly city of Amarillo offers the 'best of
the west', both old and new: a fun hang-out for modern Texan
cowboys. Clean air, excellent accommodation, the country's second
largest canyon, and a western heritage make a holiday in Amarillo a
When? The 'High Plains' climate makes a holiday in Amarillo a hit and miss affair weather-wise. Severe weather is common, from drought to flooding. Summer weather is unbearably hot, and winters freezing cold. Snow is common between October and April. The Tri-State Fair and Rodeo in mid-September and the Cowboy Round-up USA in early June are great events to aim for.
Who for? Anyone who is a cowboy or cowgirl at heart should travel to Amarillo. An Amarillo holiday is also perfect for carnivores who can consume the biggest steaks in Texas here. Surprisingly the city also caters for ballet and opera buffs, with a renowned cultural community.
More Info: Our Amarillo travel guide will point the way to this fun destination in the Texas Panhandle, containing all the up-to-date detailed information necessary to travel to Amarillo.
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