Texas Limo Services & Rentals
Texas (TX) - Top Limo Rentals
• Abilene (ABI)
• Addison (ADS)
• Angleton (BZT)
• Brownsville (BRO)
• College Station (CLL)
Corpus Christi (CRP)
• Del Rio (DRT)
El Paso (ELP)
• Flower Mound
Fort Worth (FTW)
• Grand Prairie
• Harlingen (HRL)
• Houston (SGR)
• Killeen (GRK)
• Killeen (ILE)
• Laredo (LRD)
• Marshall (ASL)
• Mcallen (MFE)
• Midland (MAF)
• Missouri City
• North Richland Hills
• Paris (PRX)
• Port Arthur
• Round Rock
• San Angelo (SJT)
San Antonio (SAT)
• Sugar Land
• Temple (TPL)
• Texas City
• The Woodlands
• Tomball (DWH)
• Tyler (TYR)
• Uvalde (UVA)
• Victoria (VCT)
• Waco (ACT)
• Wichita Falls (SPS)
Rent a Limo in Texas: Luxury
Limousine Service for Any Occasion
Luxury limousine service or party bus in Texas (TX) for every occasion, such as: airport ride,
birthday party, wedding, prom, excursion; night-on-the-town, corporate or group outing, concert, sporting event,
anniversary, bachelor party, bachelorette party, to and from cruise port, funeral, graduation, holiday light tour,
school dance and wine/private tour.
The following type of limo is usually available, depending upon location: luxury sedan & SUV,
stretch limo & SUV, van, mini-bus, motorcoach, antique, classic and trolley/carriage.
Texas is the second largest of the United States, so it only stands to reason that you’ll find an
enormous variety of things to do there. Home to three major metropolitan areas – Houston, Dallas and Austin – and
thousands upon thousands of acres of wildlife preserves and trails, Texas offers the best of everything from
shopping to sports to fine dining. The Texas bureau of tourism has put together driving tours and travel
itineraries to help guide visitors to the best that the state has to offer. Whether your pleasure is good eats,
natural treats, history, nature or outdoor sports, Texas has a lot to offer.
Texas has it all, from adventure sports to cultural explorations.
Surf, Sand & Sun
Texas has 600 miles of sparkling coastline down there, fronting the always-warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico. So
pack your swimsuit, your snorkel, your bucket and shovel and come on in. The water's fine.
All along the 600 miles of Texas beaches, the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico meet the balmy
climate of the Texas coast, making Texas beaches among the most calming and beautiful in the nation. There are
countless sandcastles to build, unrelenting surf to tame and infinite shells to find. There are a number of ways to
enjoy what we in Texas like to call the "Third Coast." All you have to do is pack. And pick one.
Galveston Island, at just an hour's drive from Houston history and Texas charm makes any summer
retreat an experience beyond the sun and surf. And with planned activities like volleyball tournaments, concerts
and more, there's always something going on. The island even hosts one of the largest sandcastle-building
competitions in the world, planned and judged by the American Institute of Architects. Stewart Beach Park is the
island's premiere family beach that features a pavilion, complete with a playground, volleyball courts, snack bar,
as well as a souvenir shop and even umbrella and chair rentals. As for the rest of the island, there are more
beautiful beaches and tours of some of the numerous historic sites and homes that add to your visit.
Head south and you'll hit Corpus Christi, at the heart of the Texas Gulf Coast. While visiting
Corpus Christi, you'll be able to climb aboard the USS Lexington, an aircraft carrier-turned museum. But don't end
your naval tour there. Enjoy a scenic narrated cruise of Corpus Christi Bay and Harbor. And when you come ashore,
visit the Texas State Aquarium and marvel at the aquatic life of the Texas gulf coast and the Atlantic Ocean.
Across Corpus Christi Bay, you'll find Port Aransas on Mustang Island. Along with some of the most
popular beaches in the country, you can explore some of the nation's best bird watching sites on the Great Texas
Coastal Birding Trail.
Take a breathtaking drive across the spectacular Harbor Bridge (U.S. 181) for a view of the city
and bay. Outside the city, another bridge (TX 358) leads to Padre Island, one of the last natural seashores in the
United States. At either end of the 110-mile long island are state parks and resort accommodations. In between, an
unblemished stretch of serene Texas coast. The National Seashore features the Grasslands Nature Trail-a two-mile
paved walk among native plants and wildflowers. While enjoying the pristine coastal waters and sand, you can learn
to surf, kayak and even windsurf the waves, or parasail above them. At the southern-most tip of the island lies the
appropriately named town of South Padre Island. Each year, the 2,400-population town grows tenfold for a few weeks
in March, as it has become one of the most popular Spring Break destinations in the nation.
And if a good catch is what you're looking for, there are seasoned fishing expeditions just waiting
for you at almost every stop on the Texas-beach tour. Bringing home a prize sailfish or shark as a souvenir is
pretty tough to top. There are many other places to see on the Texas coast. For more information use our search
Getting your feet wet in Texas doesn't always have to mean a trip to the coast. Hundreds of
beautiful lakes and rivers offer visitors to the Lone Star State a chance to see just how Texans cool off. To find
out about all the other parks and recreational destinations, use our search feature. Or if the only thing more
inviting than the blue of water is the green of a golf course, check out the Golf on the Texas Activities tab to
find out more about Texas golf courses.
Every year, there are plenty of events and festivals around the Texas Gulf Coast. And if you're
looking for any special events happening in our great state during the rest of the year, use the search
And to keep a little part of Texas right on your desktop, download a Texas beaches screensaver.
You'll feel so close to the Lone Star beaches, you may need sunscreen.
Cities & Regions
Texas has nearly as many cities as stars in the sky as well as distinct regions that will take your breath away.
Texas Popular Cities:
• San Antonio
• Fort Worth
• South Padre Island
• Corpus Christi
• El Paso
Rent a limo in Texas (TX)!