Corpus Christi Through Visitors' Eyes

Jean Jones
(July 10, 2014)
Corpus Christi

As residents of Corpus Christi, we sometimes take its features, opportunities and energy for granted. Newcomers, on the other hand, may simply not know all there is to love about this great city. So, we thought we’d direct your attention to some of our favorite third-party articles about the city and all it has to offer, whether you’re here for a short time or are putting down roots.

“Best Coastal Bike Trails”

Coastal Living Magazine
This popular magazine highlights Corpus Christi’s trail as one of the best in the country. Read and compare them all to see how ours fares against those in Nantucket, Hawaii, and cities across the country!

“36 Hours in Corpus Christi”

The New York Times
Follow the writer of this article to learn what he found most interesting and noteworthy about our city during a short stay. Whether you’re looking for a great sightseeing opportunity, a great cup of coffee or a hearty meal, he seems to have found the best of what we have to offer.

Texas Monthly Magazine

Texas Monthly provides tempting reviews of a number of Corpus Christi restaurants spanning a range of cuisines and prices. The reviews include restaurants’ hours, addresses and phone numbers, if you decide to make a reservation. A similar, though shorter, article in Afar Magazine provides readers with community reviews on 3 highly rated restaurants.

Links Magazine online

Links, a popular publication among golf enthusiasts, lists their “best of” for golfers living in or visiting Corpus Christi. The article also includes the magazine’s recommendations for good hotels and other activities to take part in during a stay.

“Birdiest Cities”

Texas Parks & Wildlife Magazine
This article names Port Aransas and Corpus Christi as “America’s Birdiest Cities” and directs readers to the best spots for seeing some of the more than 600 species in our state.

This article gives plenty of reasons to visit The Centennial House (also known as the Britton-Evans House), built in 1849. The architecture and history, the article says, are remarkable; it also happens to be the oldest building in Corpus Christi still standing on its original site.

Don’t take our word for how great Corpus Christi is – read these articles for insight and ideas for taking advantage of what’s offered in our lively community.

Want to be part of another great community? Reach out to Springs to learn more about our apartment homes and to take a tour – we’re always happy to show off a little!

Springs residents, let us know what fun, unusual or eye-opening Corpus Christi activities you’ve taken part in – we’ll share some of the best with our readers!

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