Llano is a city located in the Texas Hill Country, in Llano County, Texas. The city has a population of about 3,232 in the 2010 census. Llano is known for its natural beauty, with the Llano River running through the city, and many parks and recreational areas, such as the Badu Park, which offers fishing and boating opportunities, and the Llano County Park, which has a playground, a swimming pool, and a campground.

The city is also home to the Llano Earth Art Fest, an annual event that features large-scale sculptures and other earthworks created by artists from around the world, set in the beautiful natural surroundings of the hill country. Llano is also home to the Llano County Museum, which offers exhibits and artifacts that tell the story of the county’s history and culture, and the LanTex Theater, which hosts live performances and movies. Llano is also a popular spot for hunting and fishing, as well as a destination for outdoor activities such as hiking and bird watching.