- TripBuzz discovered 84 different types of activities for couples in the Buda area, including Arcades (like Pinballz Kingdom), Parks (like Buda City Park), Horseback Riding (like Optimum Training Center) and Sports Facilities/Fields (like HYSA Soccer Fields), and much more.
- We discovered a total of 107 date ideas in or near Buda, Texas, including 102 fun or romantic activities in nearby cities within 25 miles like Austin, San Marcos, Dripping Springs and Wimberley.
Located on 45-acres of Texas farmland, Hunters Chase Farms is an equestrian facility that features 2 open barns, 2 outdoor arenas, and a mini cross-country course. The farm offers overnight camps and private lessons.
Known as one of the trendiest locales in Austin, the So Co District is where visitors can find the hippest restaurants, clubs and shops. Stroll through this neighborhood to find a great place to eat and listen to live music.
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Dripping Springs Ranch Rd, Dripping Springs, TX 78620 MoreLess Info
Twisted X Brewing Company creates handmade Texan-American beers with a focus on quality ingredients. The company offers an array of brews that include a dark lager, a jalapeno pilsner, a prickly pear lager and more.
From its beginnings as a rural country road in the 1850's, South Congress Avenue, has transformed into one of the hippest, most eclectic neighborhood in Austin. Now, it is lined with unique shops, popular restaurants, and live music venues.
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9201 Circuit of the Americas Blvd, Austin, TX 78617 MoreLess Info
At the Circuit of The Americas, guests will have the opportunity to watch a variety of car races during the year. Guests of this location can also tour the facilities tower, track, and winner's podium.
Featuring a mix of classic films and blockbuster hits, Alamo Drafthouse Cinema offers visitors a movie theater dining experience with a wide selection of beer to choose from. The lobby has a photo op for a scene from The Shining.
The Zilker Zephyr Miniature Train offers a 25 minute ride through Zilker Park with the help of a narrow-gauge light rain mini-train. Riders are able to take in the sights of Lady Bird Lake and Barton Creek on the train which departs every hour on the hour.
Fed from underground springs and measuring almost 3-acres in size, Barton Springs Pool, has been attracting swimmers to its natural water for decades. Now listed as a federally protected habitat, the pool is open for year round swimming.
Visitors swim, snorkel, scuba dive, tube, canoe, and kayak on the clear water of the San Marcos River, and along its banks are many popular campgrounds. The river is home to several endangered species including the Fountain Darter, San Marcos Gambusia, San Marcos Salamander, and Texas Wild Rice.