We may be known for the River Walk and the Alamo, but San Antonio provides plenty of authentic experiences for the remote worker. From exploring our outdoors, to star culinary fare, beautiful outdoors and incredible museums, your next «business» trip is sure to be full of fun. Plan your next adventure today, and consider our suggestions on things to do, see and explore below. Be sure to check attractions and restaurants websites for the latest on hours of operation and reservation requirements. Learn about San Antonio’s commitment to health and safety here.
– Download the B Cycle App, walk over to the nearest San Antonio Bike Share B-Station, pick up a bike and head over to the Pearl. Stop in at Local Coffee and grab a fearless brewed cup of java or tea and a breakfast pastry. Or try the French inspired Bakery Lorraine for handmade Parisian macarons. Connect to the free wi-fi and make this your office for the morning.
– Enjoy lunch at healthy, local eatery, Pharm Table. Featuring an Ayurvedic approach to healing through food, Pharm Table uses locally sourced, farm to table products. Take an afternoon break and become more acquainted with San Antonio’s Broadway Cultural Corridor with a visit to the McNay Art Museum, the first modern art museum in Texas. A visit to the San Antonio Museum of Art (SAMA) takes you around the world and through five thousand years of art in a complex of buildings that once housed the Lone Star Brewery. The Witte Museum was established in 1926 and is in Brackenridge Park. It is dedicated to telling the stories of Texas, from prehistory to the present.
– San Antonio is one of two U.S. cities designated as a UNESCO Creative City of Gastronomy and our culinary scenes are the perfect blends of tradition and innovation. So, when you close your laptop for the day, dine at La Gloria for Mexican culture and cuisine or Dough Pizzeria at Hemisfair for an authentic Italian experience.