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Around 1,300,000 people live in this part of South Texas Plains.
If you venture 120 kilometres northeast of San Antonio, you'll find Austin, the state capital. Travel 25 kilometres east and you'll come across Adkins.
The River Walk and Alamo are superb attractions that are known throughout the world.
The entire family will love visits to Six Flags Fiesta Texas and San Antonio SeaWorld. If you're looking for even more fun and excitement, Splashtown and Kiddie Park are some other options.
Go on an adventure beneath the ocean's waves at Dolphin Cove-Seaworld, where you will meet a variety of aquatic life. Yet another marine world is waiting for you at Dolphin Cove-Seaworld.
Soak up the sights, sounds and smells of the spectacular animal kingdom at the San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium and the Natural Bridge Wildlife Ranch. With a focus on fun as well as education, it's certain to be an enjoyable day out for everyone!
Keen on escaping somewhere quiet and sampling a glass of elegant red? Then don't miss the Sister Creek Vineyards and the Fall Creek Vineyards.
Spend some time in the San Antonio Botanical Gardens or the Japanese Tea Gardens, where you can see a wide variety of local flora.
Landa Park and Hemisfair Park are the perfect places to lap up some sun, go for a picnic or just sit and people-watch. Alternatively, spend the day outside at Skyline Park or James Park.
Whether you're on the hunt for maps, brochures or ideas for things to see and do, you'll discover it at Boerne Visitors Center. Lackland Air Force Base Visitor Center is another superb visitor resource.
Braunig Lake and Calaveras Lake are wonderful places to run off to if you could do with a little peace and tranquillity. Look for a seat by the water and enjoy the stunning scenery.
San Antonio features an assortment of natural reserves, such as San Antonio Missions National Park and Natural Bridge Caverns. For a little bit more breathing space, head to McAllister Park and Brackenridge Park.
If you're seeking to expand your mind or just find shelter from a wet-weather day, the Guinness World Records Museum and the Mexican Cultural Institute ought to be on your itinerary. Enquire about group tours or study the exhibits on your own. Need more? Also go to the Texas Transportation Museum and the Ripley's Haunted Adventure.
It can be both mind-blowing and inspiring when you get a glimpse of how diverse the formations and creations of the natural world are. You can see them all in one convenient location at the Witte Museum.
In a place that is filled with terrific art collections, the Marion Koogler McNay Art Museum and the San Antonio Museum of Art shine brighter than the rest. You should also enquire into what exhibitions and events are on at the Artpace and the Blue Star Contemporary Art Center.
Enjoy an eye-opening journey into days gone by at the Institute of Texan Cultures and the Casa Navarro State Historical Park. Both sites pride themselves on making the city's rich history entertaining and relevant to audiences.
San Antonio spoils you for choice when it comes to unique historic attractions. Why not begin delving into this destination's past at the Pearl Brewery and Guenther House? If that doesn't satisfy your inner history nerd, continue on to the University of Texas Health and Science Center at San Antonio and the St. Mary's University.
Customers keen on military history should visit Alamo Mission in San Antonio and Quadrangle. Visualise the spectacular attacks that happened there and discover the clever defensive features that made them hard to attack.
If you've always found it difficult keeping up with the Joneses, spare a second thought for the neighbours of Spanish Governor's Palace. The fantastic architecture and beautiful furnishings of this palace would be near impossible to beat!
Whether you're spiritual or not, houses of prayer like Cathedral of San Fernando and St. Louis Catholic Church are sure to be among the most serene sights you'll experience on your travels. Eager for an even deeper look into San Antonio's religious customs? Continue on to Bandera Road Community Church and Mission Concepción.
When you're travelling, keep in mind that it's sometimes the lesser-known attractions that'll stick in your memories once you have returned home. Some places which fit that bill in San Antonio are the Fort Sam Houston and the La Villita. You'll also find plenty to keep you happy at Northridge Park and the San Antonio Central Library.
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Thankfully, there's a room waiting for you in San Antonio. For accommodation that won't break the bank, book yourself in at either the Alamo Inn Motel (2203 E Commerce St) or the La Quinta Inn San Antonio Brooks City Base (3180 Goliad Rd). You may also want to look into the Mokara Hotel & Spa San Antonio and the Marriott San Antonio Riverwalk. These high-end hotels are for those who want to be surrounded by luxury while they're here.
While you're in San Antonio, you certainly won't want to miss the River Walk. Want to stay within a short distance so you can absorb this one‐of‐a‐kind attraction at your leisure? The San Antonio Marriott Rivercenter is only 0.6 kilometres away and the Omni La Mansion del Rio is 0.2 kilometres away.
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