What Texas town would you consider the most charming? I've got a couple of favorite places to visit, but none of them are quite as quaint and picturesque as the Texas town recently named "Most Charming" by Reader's Digest.

Any guesses on what town it is?

If you guessed Fredericksburg, you're spot on.

With over 150 shops, art galleries, wine-tasting rooms, museums, and boutiques, Fredericksburg, Texas has something to offer everyone. Not to mention, it's absolutely beautiful in the Texas Hill Country. It's no surprise they were chosen as the most charming city in the state. Zero complaints here.

Fredericksburg also has an excellent selection of restaurants, hotels, and bed and breakfasts. If you've never stopped there for the night when you're passing through on a road trip, it's time to change that. My family always stops for omelets at Texas Sunrise. The German cuisine in Fredericksburg is also stellar. You can't leave without getting yourself a schnitzel.

Be sure to add Fredericksburg to your bucket list!

If you're looking for some other cool small Texas towns to visit, I've got a great list for you! Check out the gallery below for more ideas and plan out your next Texas road trip! I wouldn't steer you wrong, trust me.

10 Small Texas Towns You Should Definitely Visit This Summer

Skip the big city and enjoy one of these small towns.

Gallery Credit: Chrissy

Enjoying these small-town vibes? Have you ever seen an underground high school? There's a pretty cool one in Aspermont, Texas that you might enjoy taking a look at. Take a peek, and then keep scrolling for more Texas-based travel content below...

Check Out The Unique Underground High School In This Small Texas Town

It's actually quite beautiful.

Gallery Credit: Chrissy

A Quick Tour of The Smallest Texas Town

Would you live here?

Gallery Credit: Chrissy

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