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   The Alamo...The famous San Antonio River Walk…A chance to shop and eat at the Historic Market Square...check out some of the oldest churches and cathedrals in the US...historical parks and trails...the many eerie, haunted parts of the city...the beauty of Mother Nature at her finest...zoos and theme museums and numerous cultural attractions...all of these features make San Antonio such a unique place and a magnetic tourist attraction for the more than the twenty million tourists who visit the city annually.

San Antonio bills itself as “the city of authenticity. Where Real Fun and True Adventure are just outside your door. There’s something exciting for everyone. A city that has always been and always will be real and true. Where history lives and breathes and the future shines bright.”

The name San Antonio is Spanish for St. Anthony, and the city is also referred to as “Alamo City, Libbertatis cunabula (Latin for “Cradle of Freedom” and “The 210.” San Antonio is the seventh most populated city in the US, the second largest city in the Southern US, the second most populated city in the “Lone Star State,” and the 12th most populous city in North America, with 1,434,625 residents in 2020. It is the state's oldest city and celebrated its 300th anniversary on May 1, 2018.

San Antonio was the fastest-growing of the top ten largest cities in the United States from 2000-2010 and the second from 1990-2000. Much of this growth is due to four Fortune 500 companies: USAA, Valero Energy, HEB, Nu-Star Energy, and several other prominent corporations that call the city home.

Often referred to as the Greater San Antonio, the metropolitan area had a population of 2,601,788 based on the 2020 US Census estimates, making it the 24th largest metropolitan area in the United States and the third-largest in Texas.

Let’s take a look at the many “must-see” places of interest in San Antonio:

  • The San Antonio River Walk is the perfect place to take a stroll, choose to dine at one of the many restaurants, hop on a slow-moving boat tour with a dinner cruise & Hop-on, Hop-off bus tour, or just sit and gaze at the relaxing waters of the San Antonio River. The chirping of the birds, the towering trees, and the elegant, stylish bridges create an atmosphere that has a timeless feel. The River Walk is home to several tourist attractions close to the city's five historic Spanish colonial missions, including the Alamo. When all of these are added together, the River Walk is the perfect place to begin a tour of San Antonio.
  • The Alamo. “One Hundred Eighty-Five brave men holding back Five Thousand” was a line from a song commemorating the 1836 epic Battle of the Alamo that many American schoolchildren memorized when growing up. "Remember the Alamo!" became the battle cry that led to Texas independence. A tour of this National Monument and UNESCO World Heritage Site is a must-see when visiting San Antonio. The guided tour will explain details of the 13-day siege that ends inside “The Alamo: A Story Bigger than Texas” exhibit then spans the more than 300-year history of the mission. Check out the 18-pounder cannon and learn what daily life was like in the 1830s.
  • See the haunted side of San Antonio on The Haunted Bus Tour. This 2.5-hour excursion promises to drive you into your nightmares, taking in some of San Antonio’s most haunting sights along the way. Head into the dark underbelly of San Antonio’s most historic cemetery, walk through the haunted Menger Hotel, where many have sworn they have seen ghosts and spirits appear, and enter the foreboding bars of the Old Bexar County Jail. The tour is an excellent way to explore the haunted side of San Antonio for both skeptics and mystics alike.
  • Dine and hunt for souvenirs at Historic Market Square. Mexican culture is distinct and fascinating. These few city blocks are jammed-packed with memorabilia and collectibles of paintings, candles, leather goods, jewelry, clothing, and dozens of other representations of historic Mexico. And don’t forget to bring your appetite! San Antonio is known for its bona fide Tex-Mex and Mexican culinary delights. The Mi Tierra Cafe & Bakery, The Food Court, The La Margarita Restaurant & Oyster Bar, and Viva Villa Taqueri will give you good reason to ignore the calories and treat yourself to a superb, guilt-free indulgence!
  • Pearl District and Farmers Market. The Pearl District has a compelling, engrossing history. What was once an industrial region has been transformed into a dynamic, modern neighborhood. The district's main attraction is the Farmers Market, which is open every Saturday morning, rain or shine. Fresh produce, raw honey, farm-fresh dairy, bakery delights, and other delicacies are abundant. There is a broad range of dining options in the district and several eclectic boutiques loaded with home decor, jewelry, books, clothing, and other one-of-a-kind surprises.
  • San Fernando Cathedral. Built between 1738 and 1750, the San Fernando Cathedral is one of the oldest cathedrals in America; and is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and is the mother church of the Archdiocese of San Antonio and the seat of its archbishop. The cathedral has a connection to the Battle of the Alamo. In 1836 the infamous Mexican General Antonio Lopez de Santa Anna raised the flag of “No Quarter” from the church’s tower, signaling that he would show no mercy to the defenders of the Alamo. Don’t forget to watch the Saga, a light and music show during evenings in the central plaza of the Cathedral that covers the city’s history.
  • San Antonio Missions National Historical Park. Still another San Antonio site listed in the National Register of Historic Places, the 475-acre park is home to four of the city’s Spanish Colonial Missions, 86 structures related to the missions, and 21 historical and archaeological sites spanning over 260 years of the area’s history. The mission trails have a hike-and-bike system that provides routes for walking, driving, and bicycling that connect the missions.
  • San Antonio Botanical Garden. The garden bills itself as “a 38-acre, living museum of plants, tranquil escape, living classroom, research, and conservation facility, and entertainment venue where art and cultural experiences come to life.” Described by one observer as “an oasis of green in the city,” the 90,000 sq-foot compound is home to incredibly unusual and unique trees, flowers, and plants. The garden is the place where botany comes alive!
  • San Antonio Museum of Art and the McNay Art Museum. There’s a simple answer to the question of which one of these art museums should I visit: BOTH! The San Antonio Museum of Art features artworks and cultures going back in time...way back...over 5,000 years! The collections here are mind-boggling and include Asian, American, Egyptian, European, Latin American, Greek, and Roman relics and artifacts that go back centuries. The McNay Art Museum has more contemporary offerings and is the first modern art museum in Texas. The artists on display include works from Pablo Picasso, Vincent van Gogh, Joan Mitchell, Alice Neel, Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Georgia O’Keeffe, Paul Gauguin, Jackson Pollock, and Edward Hopper. These masterpieces take time to enjoy, so don’t be in a hurry!
  • There’s more to see and do in San Antonio, much more. If you are in the region during springtime, the Fiesta San Antonio is an annual 10-day gala of activities...The Witte Museum, where you can discover the finer points of nature, science, and local culture...Spend a day at Six Flags Fiesta Texas, and enjoy roller coasters, water parks, and live entertainment...Enjoy a round of golf at one of the many spectacular, immaculate golf courses in the area...The Japanese Tea Garden is where you can relax and enjoy a calming cup of authentic Japanese tea in a zen-like environment of a Japanese Tea Garden, Pagodas, stone paths, an arched drum bridge, and home-bred Japanese plants...The San Antonio Zoo and Aquarium that is home to 3,500 animals from 750 species...and more!

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