Amarillo travel guide

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You're Going to Love Amarillo

Once a famous stop on cattle drives north towards America's great cities, Amarillo is a great jumping-off point for trips in the Texas Panhandle, a delight for fans of western history, and an incredible destination for steak lovers.

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When to Visit Amarillo

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Summer is blazing hot but September is more pleasant, with the added bonus of attending the Tri-State Fair and Rodeo.

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Where to Stay in Amarillo

Exceptional accommodation providers in Amarillo include the Courtyard by Marriott in the Downtown area and Staybridge Suites Amarillo-Western Crossing, just west of the town center.

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How to Get Around Amarillo

The Cost of Living in Amarillo

Shopping Streets

For antiques and collectibles, head to the Route 66 District, while for designer labels, the Westgate Mall is a good bet. For authentic cowboy boots, check out Leverett Boots or Beck Cowboy Boots. Both are fairly centrally located.

Groceries and Other

Supermarkets in Amarillo include United and Walmart, where 12 eggs will come to approximately $2.75.

Where to Eat in Amarillo

Beef is king in Amarillo. Some of the best places to grab a steak include the Big Texan Steak Ranch and the Cowboy Gelato Smokehouse. If you fancy something lighter, try El Tejavan - a superb Mexican eatery. A 72 oz steak will cost over $50, but most meals will come to around $15-20.