Bus stations in Austin
You'll arrive in Austin at the Austin Greyhound Station. It's conveniently located on East Koenig Lane, right near the intersection of Highway 290 and Interstate 35. It's also close to several budget-friendly hotels as well as restaurants and shopping venues. Despite Austin's popularity, the bus station is one of the smallest in Texas, so you don't have to worry about getting lost or wandering aimlessly.
Austin city guide
Ready to see all that Austin, Texas has to offer?
Keep Austin Weird: That's the slogan that attracts thousands of people to Texas' capital city every year. You can view the capitol building from a hill on Congress Avenue and take pictures with the myriad statues you'll find scattered throughout the downtown district.
Things to do at Austin
If you're visiting Austin in the fall, spring, or summer, consider spending at least a few hours on the water.
Lake and beaches
Lake Travis, Barton Springs, and Lady Bird Lake all offer fantastic beaches, boat rentals, and other entertainment options. Plus, you can soak up the Texas sun while you get some exercise or lounge in the sand.
Check out the Blanton Museum of Art. It's one of the biggest in the entire country and belongs to the University of Texas. Browse nearly 200,000 square feet of temporary and permanent exhibits. Afterward, head to the Cathedral of Junk. You'll find sculptures and installation pieces worthy of Austin's nickname.