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The total driving distance from Dallas, TX to San Antonio, TX is 275 miles or 443 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Dallas, Texas. It ends in San Antonio, Texas.
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On I-35 you may encounter bumper-to-bumper traffic. The I-281 route is a better alternative if you are looking for a scenic drive with interesting sites when on a road trip from Dallas to Texas. We suggest visiting Fort Worth before heading to San Antonio.
Fort Worth is the City of Cowboys and Culture. Stockyards Station is where you will see the blend of old and new Texas. Take a historic walk along the Texas Trail of Fame, The Texas Cowboy Hall of Fame and Billy Bob’s Texas, the world’s largest honky-tonk.
Along I-281 lies Stephenville, a town known as The Cowboy Capital of the World. It is not uncommon to see horses, cows and people wearing spurs in Stephenville. Take a self-guided tour in downtown Stephenville’s Historical Walk and visit the period buildings in Stephenville Museum.
Hamilton, located at the intersection of I-281, State highways 22 and 36 and Farm roads 218 and 932 is the gateway to Texas Hill Country. It is called the dove-hunting capital of Texas. Dove-hunting enthusiasts may want to join the late-summer Annual Dove Festival. While you are there check out the limestone courthouse.
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