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The total driving distance from San Antonio, TX to Austin, TX is 80 miles or 129 kilometers.
Your trip begins in San Antonio, Texas. It ends in Austin, Texas.
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New Braunfels and San Marcos are two towns worth visiting when you are driving from San Antonio to Austin along I-37. New Braunfels is a family-friendly, small town with old world heritage. German settlers founded it in 1845.
Visitors have a variety of activities to look forward to in New Braunfels. The Schlitterbahn offers 65 acres of fun for those who like water parks. Other activities in New Braunfels include wakeboarding, boating, parasailing and fly fishing.
San Marcos is 25 miles south of Austin. Visitors can experience tandem skydive, watch the hundreds of underwater marine life from a glass bottom boat at The Meadows Center and visit the Wimberley Glassworks. Wimberley Glassworks offers daily hand blown glass demonstration by skilled artisans, gallery and souvenirs.
Go on a shopping spree at Tanger Outlets and Premium Outlets for your favorite brands and highly discounted prices. Wine lovers can visit Three Dudes Winery for the finest Texas wine.
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