San Antonio is a major city in south-central Texas with a rich colonial heritage. The Alamo, an 18th-century Spanish mission preserved as a museum, marks an infamous 1836 battle for Texan independence from Mexico. Following the San Antonio River, the 15 miles-long River Walk is a landmark pedestrian promenade lined with cafes and shops. HemisFair Park’s 750-ft. Tower of the Americas overlooks the city.
San Antonio skyline
San Antonio Mission
San Antonio Mission
San Antonio drill team
San Antonio River Walk
San Antonio caverns
San Antonio rodeo
Be adventurous and visit San Antonio. A city rich in history, bursting with culture, and booming with modern attractions, San Antonio invites visitors to discover what’s old and explore what’s new. From the spectacular parks and green spaces, to festive seasonal events, to local shopping, dining and drinking.
What’s old is new again in San Antonio. A city rich in history and booming with modern attractions, San Antonio invites visitors to be inspired, be curious and be hungry. Walk, bike, hike and play through our spectacular parks, gardens and outdoor spaces. Experience the city’s historical significance through tours, festivals and seasonal events. Shop, drink and dine at local favourites across our diverse neighbourhoods.
Get adventurous outdoors. Walk, bike or hike through our city parks and green spaces. Plan a family picnic and feed the ducks at Brackenridge Park, or explore the latest exhibits at the San Antonio Botanical Garden in the heart of the Broadway Cultural Corridor. Cool off at the splash pad in Hemisfair after a walking tour of Southtown, or kayak or bike along the Mission Reach and enjoy nature and wildlife.
Everything is bigger in Texas. Including the caves. Explore the Natural Bridge Caverns, one of the premier show caves in the world, and discover incredible underground chambers with spectacular formations. Follow a friendly guided tour along paved, lighted walkways, then pan for gems at the Discovery Village Mining Company. Find your way through the AMAZEn’ Ranch Roundup, one of the only dynamic, permanent outdoor mazes in Texas. Or, test your balance, agility and strength through nearly 50 obstacles with the Canopy Challenge ropes course and zip lines. The family fun here is endless.
San Antonio is conveniently perched on the southern edge of the Texas Hill Country, offering visitors the opportunity to visit the best of both city and country life. Settled by Germans and Eastern Europeans, the Texas Hill Country has a culture all its own. Storybook farms and ranches dot the countryside, and you may even still hear folks speaking German in Fredericksburg, Boerne and New Braunfels. Picturesque small towns and a variety of outdoor adventures are just a short distance away – think boutique shopping down Main Street, hiking and biking through rolling, scenic terrain, and vineyard tours galore Seriously, it’s just a 90-minute drive. And the destination is well worth the drive. Experience the Hill Country culture, taste your way through local area restaurants and bars, browse shops and art galleries, and create unexpected memories that will last a lifetime.
• San Antonio River Walk
• The Alamo
• San Antonio Missions National Historical Park
• Seaworld San Antonio
• Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Below are a few of the hotels we feature as part of our San Antonio holidays. If a hotel you are interested is not listed please call us.
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