stones of the Alamo to the meandering paths of the River Walk, San Antonio
takes you on a journey through a land as grand as its reputation. Walk the
lines drawn for independence when you visit the Alamo—one of five Spanish
colonial missions. Stroll the cobblestone sidewalks of the River Walk to
uncover an outdoor theatre with flamenco dancers and mariachis, nationally
acclaimed museums, luxury riverside hotels and sidewalk cafes that offer
everything from authentic Tex-Mex to worldly cuisines.
Be sure to
explore the rolling terrain of San Antonio’s Hill Country, a lush oasis
offering resorts complete with top-notch golf courses, spas and waterparks.
Just down the road you’ll find SeaWorld San Antonio, the world's largest marine
life adventure park and family entertainment showplace; and Six Flags Fiesta
Texas with thrilling rides and shows fun for every age.
diversity is a way of life; from the colors of the culture to a broad range of
attractions. So come, find for yourself that San Antonio is more than a
- Provided by Visit San Antonio