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Llano, Texas

About This Location:

About an hour and a half outside of Austin, and located on the Llano River in the heart of the Texas Hill Country, this Lone Star city is known for it’s western roots and historical flavor.

Founded in 1856 Llano in Spanish means “plain”, a name hardly fitting for this vibrant place — from dining to shopping, festivals, museums and more – there’s plenty to explore in this Texas town and all surrounded by natural beauty. Llano is a city of clear blue skies, clean air, and sparkling spring-fed water from the river, where the stars are truly big and bright at night in Llano.

Visitors and residents alike enjoy the serene scenery and a relaxed pace of a welcoming community with rich history and an exciting future, there’s something for everyone in Llano.

Join Trevor Scott in Llano with the full RoadTrippin’ episode!


Llano Attractions:

Llano Chamber of Commerce
Llano County Historical Museum
LTX Mercantile
Granite Hills Chevrolet Buick