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Exploring Downtown Austin

The skyline of Downtown Austin is dominated by unique stepped pyramid high rises that offer some great night scenes against the commonly deep purple sunsets, but there is much more to the area than nice views. The University of Austin is located in this part of town, resulting in a vibrant, varied, and thundering nightlife. Sixth Street in particular is jam-packed with live music venues and bars.

Accommodations near Downtown Austin

In this modern city, you'll realize that you get to pick and choose from a variety of accommodation options. Many offer great amenities like fitness facilities and complimentary breakfast. The most popular hotel in Austin is the 2BR Renovated Downtown Condo by RedAwning, which has been booked 3 times from our verified guests. Our guests also highly recommended 3BR/2BA Plush, Modern Downtown Condo by RedAwning in Austin as it has been reserved 1 times.

Sightseeing near Downtown Austin

- Sixth Street

Sixth Street is an entertainment and shopping district that is a must-visit while in Austin. Couture boutiques, folk art stores and souvenir shops fill this area so you can get all your shopping done. If it's nightlife you are after, this five-block strip of downtown’s Sixth Street is Austin nightlife at its most rocking. From packed noisy saloons to low-key piano bars, there is something here for every music fan.

- Bob Bullock Texas State History Museum

The Bullock Texas State History Museum is set in a distinctively domed building just south of the University. The typically Texas-sized star statue – a proud homage to the Lone Star state – crowns the entrance and prepares you for an unforgettably grand museum experience. You'll marvel at the intricate marble mural which tells of Texas’ history in pictures, and ambling around the floors of ever-changing exhibits will give you a whole new take on Texas – expect to see swords used in the Texas Revolution, implements used by slaves, and much else besides.

Transportation near Downtown Austin

Driving in Austin is fine for those used to big-city roads, although the city’s public transport systems make getting around straightforward and inexpensive. The Capital Metro bus network offers downtown routes, connections between the districts and express bus services as well as a weekday, limited-route commuter rail service linking the downtown core with North Austin. Night Owl buses serve the popular entertainment districts until very late.

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