From Colorado to Austin
Colorado has vast natural beauty and we all love it. The snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains, the lakes and the desert of De Baker Canyon show some of the most magnificent natural scenery in the United States.
Denver is the largest city and capital of Colorado. Its population exceeds 700.000. Colorado Springs, one of the state’s tourist attractions, is second, while Aurora ranks third.
Colorado’s economy has been booming in recent years. The state relies on traditional industries such as construction, mining, agriculture, trade, and tourism. Coupled with the hardworking mentality of the people of Colorado, you have the perfect formula for economic growth.
Aspen is probably the most famous attraction in Colorado. This small town became one of the best ski and winter resorts in the United States and the world in the mid-20th century. Aspen lived up to its winter reputation. Four ski mountains form the terrain of the world-famous Assinomas Resort.
Aspen Mountain, known as Ajax by the locals, rises directly from the city center, bringing a whole new meaning to skiing in and out. Buttermilk Mountain is the hometown of Aspen X Games, a paradise for children and beginners. Aspen’s beautiful scenery and open space are also suitable for other types of winter leisure activities, such as cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, fly fishing, and even hot air ballooning.
Breweries not just mountains
The state has some large breweries, such as the New Belgium Beer Company and the Great Divide Beer Company, as well as some small boutique breweries. In addition, since Colorado passed the 64th Amendment in 2013, cannabis has been legally sold. shortcoming – high altitude. The city is approximately 5,280 feet above sea level and is surrounded by mountains.
Austin is the capital of Texas. It is the third-largest city in the state with a population of 961,855. It is located in the center of the Austin-Round Rock-San Marcos (or Greater Austin) metropolitan area. Austin has an important economic, historical and cultural center.
Economy is booming
Austin closely follows the high-tech development path of Texas. The rapid growth of the region led Forbes to rank the Austin metropolitan area as the number one among all major cities in 2012 in its annual survey, and the Wall Street Journal listed it as the number one growth company. In addition to the large employers usually from government administrations, universities, and medical centers, a large part of the labor market is occupied by Apple, Dell, IBM, and Amazon. All of this, coupled with the absence of state income taxes in Texas, makes up for a large and thriving labor market.
Education is top notch
The University of Texas at Austin is the main pillar of Texas education. It has more than 40,000 undergraduate students and 11,000 graduate students and offers more than 100 undergraduate degrees and more than 170 graduate degrees. It is classified as “R1: Doctoral University-Very High Research Activity”.
Culture is the hype!
Austin came from a rich bohemian background and is today called Old Austin. Today, it can still be regarded as an important part of the local subculture as well as many local breweries, Tex-Mex food, and high-quality Texas barbecue. Austin is known as the live music capital of the world and is home to many annual festivals and concerts. South By the Southwest, Block 21, Urban Music Fest, Austin City Limits Music Festival attracts millions of visitors every year.