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What’s old is new again in historic San Antonio. Boasting a unique mix of classic and new attractions, the Alamo City offers visitors adventures in historic missions and landmarks, world-class theme parks, arts and culture venues, local shopping destinations, and culinary excellence.
With a 300-year-old legacy, San Antonio has grown to become the 7th largest city in the nation and a melting pot for various cultures and traditions. You’ll find it all here. And, you’ll have a lot of fun. Take on Folklorico dancing at various Spanish festivals, try two-stepping at local western dance halls, taste traditional German cuisine in the heart of Southtown, savor authentic Tex-Mex cuisine along the River Walk, and enjoy live music events all across town.
San Antonio is also home to famous landmarks like the Alamo, the River Walk, Tower of the Americas and San Fernando Cathedral, the oldest active cathedral in the nation. What’s more is the city’s 300-year-old Spanish colonial missions were honored as the first UNESCO World Heritage Site in Texas. And we don’t stop there. We also offer loads of outdoor fun. Think five theme parks, 50 golf courses and a completely walkable downtown district. With so much to do, eat, see, and explore, San Antonio is the perfect place to begin your Hill Country adventure. Come see what we mean.