San Antonio

As the seventh largest city in the U.S., San Antonio touts a rich history while offering world-class entertainment and attractions. No trip to the city would be complete without a visit to the Alamo, but that’s just the top of the iceberg. Here’s a look at what the city offers:

The Alamo

Visit the Alamo 

Nestled downtown, the Alamo is a part of Missions National Historical Park. Visitors can walk through the 4.2-acre complex, which is just a short distance from the River Walk, located in the heart of the city.

The River Walk

Riverwalk in San Antonio 

Imagine a 15-mile urban waterway lined with shops, bars, and restaurants serving authentic and delicious food. You can explore it on foot or hop on a barge. And don’t forget to check out the lights at night!

Local Attractions

Six Flags in San Antonio 

Six Flags Fiesta is one of the largest amusement parks in the country, and Seaworld is one of the world’s largest marine parks. The city offers plenty of other attractions too.

Dining and Cuisine

Dining in San Antonio 

As the birthplace of Tex-Mex, San Antonio boasts a rich and thriving culinary culture. The city brims with barbecue, international options and other enticing choices.

Arts & Culture

Art District in San Antonio 

Explore the Broadway Cultural Corridor, museums, performance venues, art galleries, and vibrant public spaces that make San Antonio a thrilling destination.


Nightlife in San Antonio 

Cocktail bars, wineries, pubs, and live music venues are just some of the options in a town that truly comes alive at night!


Shopping in San Antonio 

Get ready to spend at the Shops at La Cantera (featuring a list of high-end stores) and a bevy of other specialty and luxury retailers.

Outdoor Adventures/Wine

Tea Garden in San Antonio 

Texas Hill Country – just a quick drive from the city – offers breathtaking beauty along with a 9-millon square acre wine region. Experience more than 50 unique wineries, cultural events, outdoor activities and more.


Sports Stadium in San Antonio 

The five-time NBA champion San Antonio Spurs headline a sports scene that offers Division I college football along with professional baseball and soccer. The area also offers more than 50 golf courses, with some considered the nation’s best.

Fun Facts About San Antonio

  • The city has the third largest zoo in the U.S.
  • Puffy tacos are the unofficial signature dish of San Antonio.
  • The 750-foot Tower of the Americas is the tallest building in town and its observation deck provides a 365-degree view of the city.
  • SeaWorld S.A. features the largest and fastest wooden rollercoaster in Texas, the “Texas Stingray.”
  • SeaWorld S.A. also offers you a chance to check off a bucket list item and swim with the dolphins.
  • The city is home to the largest Mexican market outside of Mexico, the El Mercado shopping district at the Historic Market Square.
  • The McNay Art Museum features works by Picasso, Matisse, and Georgia O’Keeffe.

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