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Cities most like Austin, according to AI

We asked ChatGPT which travel destinations in the US are most similar to Bat City. See what the artificial intelligence program said.

An AI rendering of the Austin skyline shows multiple skyscrapers, parkland by the river, and a massive flatter building in the middle of downtown.

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We’ve got travel on the brain amid peak summer tourist season, and it can be nice to find a little familiarity wherever you roam.

We asked ChatGPT to help us find US travel destinations that share similarities with Austin. Here’s what the artificial intelligence program said.

Important note: Anything written by AI will be in italics for clarity.

Portland, OR: Often compared to Austin for its vibrant music scene, cultural diversity, and emphasis on outdoor activities. Both cities have a strong focus on sustainability and local food.

Nashville, TN: Known as “Music City,” Nashville shares Austin’s reputation as a live music hub. Both cities have a young population, booming tech scenes, and a creative atmosphere.

Denver, CO: Denver and Austin are similar in terms of outdoor recreational opportunities, craft beer scenes, and a youthful population. Both cities are experiencing rapid growth and have a strong entrepreneurial spirit.

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