Experience San Antonio

 

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About San Antonio
San Antonio’s River Walk, Spanish colonial architecture and parks and plazas make it one of America’s most picturesque cities. As one of the fastest growing cities in the nation, San Antonio offers modern convenience in the middle of a historic city with diverse culture, ethnic cuisine, and exciting attractions.

Things to See and Do in San Antonio

  • Known for The Alamo, the number one tourist attraction in Texas and one of the city’s Spanish colonial missions.
  • Home to the River Walk– a network of stone paths along the San Antonio River that connect hotels, shops, restaurants, theaters and more
  • San Antonio has the largest collection of Spanish colonial architecture in North America, designated a UNESCO World Heritage Site, that includes five 18th century missions. The city also has the oldest active cathedral sanctuary in the U.S.
  • Offers nationally acclaimed museums including two Smithsonian affiliates and the national center for Latino arts
  • Entertains with top theme parks: Six Flags Fiesta Texas and Morgan’s Wonderland – the world’s largest ultra-accessible theme park for those with special needs
  • Birthplace of Tex-Mex – experience it in the city’s culture, art, music and cuisine
  • Home to eight universities including University of Texas, San Antonio (UTSA) and the Alamo College System

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