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For a relatively small town, it’s easy for you and your family to get lost in Fredericksburg. In the serene beauty of the Texas Hill Country. In the rich German history. The countless unique and sophisticated shops. Numerous award-winning wineries and restaurants. And our festivals, live music and theater productions.
No trip through Texas is complete without experiencing our Texas heart and German soul. So come. Get lost together. And find yourselves again. In the Hill Country magic of Fredericksburg.
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