Food. Wine. Friends. And, fun. Find it all in Fredericksburg. This quintessential German town of only 10,500 residents sits just an hour and a quarter northwest of both San Antonio and San Marcos. Famous for its food, wine, wildflowers, shopping and annual Oktoberfest celebration, Fredericksburg is ideal for a three-night stay as part of your San Antonio and Texas Hill Country adventure. Be sure to browse up and down Main Street, the town’s historic district, and home to over 150 shops, art galleries, museums, restaurants, bakeries and Biergartens. History buffs are invited to stop by the Lyndon Baines Johnson National Historical Park, The National Museum of the Pacific War, the Pioneer Museum and the Sauer-Beckmann Living History Farm. When hunger strikes, you’ll find traditional German dishes like Sauerbraten, Wiener Schnitzel and Reuben sandwiches with plenty of craft beers to pair. For those who prefer wine, the surrounding countryside boasts nearly 50 wineries complete with tours, tasting rooms and family-friendly fun. For the active visitor, consider hiking, rock climbing, birding, golf, cycling and exploring Wildseed Farms, the largest working wildflower farm in the United States. When the evening rolls in, catch a live country music show in nearby Luckenbach, Texas. Then, settle down for the evening in a cozy hotel or one of the town’s charming bed and breakfasts and guesthouses – the small town offers more than 400 rental options. Explore, dine, wine and stay awhile in Fredericksburg. Experience the wonder of the Texas Hill Country. You’ll find yourself. You’ll have fun. And, you’ll keep coming back for more.